IEEE/ACM CHASE 2023
June 21-23, 2023 | Orlando, FL, USA

Call for Poster and Demo Submission

IEEE/ACM CHASE is a leading international conference in the field of connected health. It aims at bringing together researchers worldwide working in the smart and connected health area to exchange innovative ideas and develop collaborations. Connected health can be defined as the use of Internet, sensing, communications and intelligent techniques in support of health related Applications, Systems and Engineering. Connected health brings together multidisciplinary technologies to provide preventive or remote treatments by utilizing digital heath information structure such as body sensor networks and intelligent techniques such as from Data to Knowledge to Decisions, while at the same time connecting patient and caregivers seamlessly in the loop of the healthcare ecosystem. Future Connected health will be realized by providing rich medical information to each individual through 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. 

Prospective demo and poster authors are cordially invited to submit their original contributions covering completed or ongoing work related to the connected health area. The topics include but are not limited to:

Applications
• Public health and home monitoring
• 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

Systems
• Biomedical sensing and monitoring systems
• Integration of medical devices with wireless health
• Body area networks
• Implantable sensor networks
• Remote medical diagnosis systems
• 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

Submission Instructions

Prospective authors are invited to submit poster and demo papers. The poster and demo submissions will be up to two pages following ACM conference style. The ACM conference paper templates can be downloaded at the ACM Conference Paper Template Information Center. .Please indicate whether the submission is a poster or a demo in the title. Submitted manuscripts should be single-spaced double-column using 10-point size font on 8.5x11 inch pages, including figures, tables, and references. The authors of accepted demo and poster papers will deliver system demonstrations and poster presentations, respectively. The demo/poster papers will be published in the conference proceedings. If the paper is accepted, at least one of the authors must register at the full rate and present it in person at the conference.Demo and poster paper submission through this link

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Posters and Demos Chairs

Amanda Watson, University of Pennsylvania, USA
Meiyi Ma, Vanderbilt University, USA

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