Special Issue "Sensor-based E-Healthcare System: Greenness and Security"
Deadline for manuscript submissions: closed (30 June 2018)
Prof. Dr. Joel Rodrigues
National Institute of Telecommunications (Inatel), Av. João de Camargo, 510 - Centro, 37540-000 Santa Rita do Sapucaí-MG, Brazil;
Instituto de Telecomunicações, Av. Rovisco Pais 1, 1049-001 Lisboa, Portugal
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Interests: vehicular delay tolerant networks; sensor networks; body sensor networks; e-health; high-speed networks; information and knowledge management; mobile and ubiquitous computing
Nowadays, sensor-based E-Healthcare systems are attracting increasing attention from both academic and industrial communities, with a number of benefits (e.g., easy access to diagnostic information, reduction of duplicated calls to doctors, fewer delays in treatment) in terms of traditional healthcare systems. As various information and communication technologies are incorporated in sensor-based E-Healthcare systems, the greenness and security, along with the utilization of these technologies, should be considered. For example, data sensing and transmission technologies should enable energy-efficient collection and delivery of patient information, while data storage and access technologies should enable secure storage and access of patient information.
Thus, for operating sensor-based E-Healthcare systems energy-efficiently and securely, this Special Issue calls for original technical papers, which focus on the greenness and security of sensor-based E-Healthcare systems. Tutorials or survey papers will also be considered. In addition, selected high quality papers from HealthCom 2017 (http://healthcom2017.ieee-healthcom.org/) will be invited for further consideration in this Special Issue for publication. Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
Green architecture for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure architecture for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green sensing for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure sensing for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green communication for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure communication for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green computing for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure computing for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green data for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure data for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green network for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure network for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Green middleware for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Secure middleware for sensor-based E-Healthcare system
Prof. Dr. Lei Shu
Prof. Dr. Joel J.P.C. Rodrigues
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