Special Issue "Selected Papers from 7th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 20 February 2018
Dr. Amir Rahmani
TU Wien (Austria) and University of California Irvine (USA), Bren Hall 3062, Donald Bren School of Information and Computer Sciences, University of California, Irvine, CA 92697, USA
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Interests: energy-efficient computing for the dark silicon era; self-aware computing; 3D stack architecture; networks-on-chip and system-on-chip; reliability, thermal, and power management; runtime resource allocation and scheduling; test and fault tolerance; healthcare Internet of things (IoT); medical cyber-physical systems; fog computing
Dr. Paolo Perego
This Special Issue seeks selected manuscripts with major extensions for a Special Issue on the 7th EAI International Conference on Wireless Mobile Communication and Healthcare (MobiHealth), held from 14–17 November 2017, in Vienna, Austria. The 7th edition of MobiHealth proposed to continue and extend the focus areas of the first six editions with a focus on specific research and scientific challenges in the Healthcare Technology domain, faced in Europe and globally, and, hence, with a more interactive input from industry. The essence of the conference lies in its interdisciplinary nature, with original contributions cutting across boundaries, but all within the area of the application of mobile communications (technologies, standards, solutions, methodologies, etc.) to the improvement of human health. The Special Issue seeks quality manuscripts from MobiHealth’17, with major extensions, scheduled to appear in the July issue of 2018. All aspects of novel mobile and wireless technologies for smart healthcare-wearable sensors, body area sensors, advanced pervasive healthcare systems, and Big Data analytics that are aimed at providing tele-health interventions to individuals for healthier lifestyles, are of interest.
MobiHealth 2017: http://mobihealth.name/
Manuscript submission deadline: 20 February 2018
Notification of acceptance: 20 May 2018
Submission of final revised paper: 20 June 2018
Publication of special issue (tentative): 31 July 2018
Dr. Paolo Perego
Dr. Amir M. Rahmani
Dr. Nima TaheriNejad
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- Mobile and e-Health Sensing
- Wearable, outdoor and home-based sensors
- Healthcare Internet of Things (IoT)
- Fog Computing in Healthcare
- Printable Electronics
- Body Area Sensor Networks
- Harvesting Management and Optimization
- Self-systems for Healthcare
- Data collection and management at hubs, mobile devices and gateways
- Healthcare telemetry and telemedicine
- Intra-body communication issues (propagation and transmission)
- Sensor Devices for Biomedical Monitoring
- Data Collection and Data Mining in e-Health Applications
- Implantable Sensors
- Energy in Biomedical Devices