Special Issue "e-Health Pervasive Wireless Applications and Services (e-HPWAS'18)"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: 30 June 2019
Dr. Yevgeniya Kovalchuk
School of Computing and Digital Technology, Birmingham City University, Birmingham, UK
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Interests: artificial intelligence; machine learning; software engineering; embedded systems; software–hardware integration; sensors and wearables; cyber security; mutli-agent systems; healthcare informatics; movement science and movement/art therapy
e-HPWAS'18 aims at providing optimal, secure, and context-aware e-health systems with the best quality of services (QoS) and user’s experience (QoE). Applications and services are implemented in wireless environments and architecture with the use of IoT (Internet of Things), big data analysis, and a strong heterogeneity of access technologies, sensors, terminals, users’ needs analyzers, and services (data, content, live streams, or complex network services).
Emerging e-health services and applications can involve the use of “heavy” content such as multimedia content and streams (e.g., 3D-TV, media conferencing, remote live diagnostics) using conventional e-health devices or terminals like smart TV sets, home boxes, smartphones, tablets, and new Things. The main topics of e-HPWAS are related to e-health care and safety services provided for patients, elderly, and dependent persons. These services are generally built using different communication technologies, for different profiles of people in different contexts and places (e.g., in health institutions, at home, in cities). The provided services should, ideally, be accessible anytime, anywhere, and using any kind of device or platform.
Authors of the IEEE eHPWAS 2018 are encouraged to submit an extended version of their work to this Special Issue of the journal Information with a minimum of 50% of new content and input. Papers describing advanced prototypes, platforms, techniques, and general surveys for discussing future perspectives and directions are encouraged. Each manuscript will be blind-reviewed by academic editors.
Dr. Tayeb Lemlouma
Dr. Abderrezak Rachedi
Dr. Sébastien Laborie
Dr. Yevgeniya Kovalchuk
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- Internet of Things (IoT)
- Big Data analysis, summarization, prediction
- Sensor networks (e.g., BAN, WPAN, etc.) Network interoperability
- Security and privacy
- User acceptance
- Norms for e-Health (e.g., HL7 norms, electronic health information exchange-HIE, Health Record-HER)
- Web norms for e-health (e.g., WebRTC)
- Context Models