June 21-23, 2023 | Orlando, FL, USA

Call For Papers

IEEE/ACM CHASE is a leading international conference in the field of smart and connected health. It aims to bring together researchers in the smart and connected health area around the world to exchange innovative ideas and promote collaborations. Connected health can be defined as the use of the internet, sensing, communications, and intelligent analytics in support of health-related applications, health systems, and engineering technologies. Connected health is at the convergence of multiple domains and technologies and helps to shape foundational improvements to healthcare delivery. In the future, improvements in connected health will be realized by providing rich medical information to each individual and by replacing infrequent, clinic-based measurements with unobtrusive, continuous sensing, monitoring, and assessment. Connected health technologies will enable preventive health and personalized medicine and may significantly reduce healthcare costs. Building upon the success of its past seven years, CHASE 2023 will be part of the ACM Federated Computing Research Conference (FCRC) in Orlando, Florida, and be co-held with other 9 top conferences including ISCA, SIGMETRICS, PLDI, STOC, and HPDC.

Prospective authors are cordially invited to submit their original contributions covering completed or ongoing work related to the digital, smart, and connected health area. We also welcome submissions related to COVID-19 and its mitigation. IEEE/ACM CHASE positions itself as a venue for science and engineering researchers to publish their research and discovery, including those that have the potential to enable innovations but are not yet ready for clinical studies.

Note: IEEE/ACM CHASE 2023 will accept regular, short, workshop, demo, and poster papers. Regular and short papers will have an option to be published in either ACM Proceedings or Elsevier Smart Health Journal. The Best Paper Award will be selected among the accepted full papers. Topics of interest and submission details are provided on the IEEE/ACM CHASE 2023 website. Student Travel Awards will be provided to selected students from US-based institutions.

The submission site is

Only electronic submissions in PDF will be accepted. Submitted papers must be written in English. Submitted regular paper should be no longer than 12 double-column pages, and short paper should be no longer than 5 double-column pages including the Reference and Appendix sessions. Submitted papers must be neither previously published nor under review by another workshop, conference or journal.

Topics of interest include but are not limited to:

• Public health
• Virtual healthcare and wellbeing
• Healthcare data processing, data analytics, and data mining
• Medical imaging and image processing
• Personalized medicine and preventive treatment
• Evolutionary and longitudinal patient and disease models
• Security, privacy, and trust for connected Health services/applications

• Biomedical sensing and monitoring systems
• Health monitoring systems in natural environments
• Integration of medical devices with wireless health
• Wearable systems and body sensor networks
• Implantable sensor networks
• Communication system or decision support system design for connected health

Engineering Technologies
• Wearable devices and wearable computing
• Smart garments/textiles
• Communication/network infrastructures and protocols
• Robotics for connected health
• Telemedicine
• Software, systems, and performance engineering for connected health

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