Wireless Health 2010

The call for demos is now closed

A limited number of Industry demos are available.  
Please contact Andrea Jackson for further information.


Wireless Health 2010 is the first in an annual single-track conference series convening the vanguard international research communities in Wireless Health technology and medical research with the rapidly expanding Wireless Health product and service industry, government leadership and policy makers. This conference is established to provide the highest profile academic and industrial research forum for the new field of Wireless Health. The mission of the Wireless Health 2010 organization is to include and promote an international community that will accelerate the development and adoption of this new vision for healthcare. At the same time, it is intended to create the academic research forum that enables students and faculty with the highest profile and greatest impact opportunities for publications and promotion of progress.

Technical demonstrations organized as part of Wireless Health 2010 will highlight the many innovative solutions in Wireless Health that represent both advances in fundamental components and complete systems serving individuals and communities.

Technical demonstrations will include two tiers:

1) Wireless Health Research Advance Demonstrations:

These demonstrations will primarily include academic, government, and industrial research advances representing new technologies and prototype systems intended to create novel and important solutions.

2)  Wireless Health Products and System Demonstrations:

These demonstrations will primarily include new commercial products and systems developed by the Wireless Health government and industry community.  Submissions are particularly encouraged in the areas of:

  • Wireless Health Systems and Technology: These include demonstrations integrating compressive sensing, machine learning, novel communication architectures, optimization and reliability strategies (for energy, number of sensors systems), wearable Wireless Health systems, community guidance, medical informatics for Wireless Health, and others.
  • Wireless Health Applications: Wireless Health biomedical monitoring complete systems, human motion monitoring and classification, Wireless Health biomedical sensor devices, Wireless Health assistive and guidance technologies, and others
  • Other related topics will also be considered.

Facilities 
Support 
for
 Wireless
 Health 
Demonstrations
At the conference, demonstrations will be provided with a supporting table and WiFi Internet access. Demonstration contributors must provide their own computing equipment and any additional network, display and other hardware needed for the demonstration. A poster easel will also be provided for displaying posters related to the demonstration.

Submission 
Process
 for 
Wireless 
Health 
Demonstrations
Wireless Health 2010 Demonstrations will be evaluated based on a two-page Extended Abstract including figures that may be registered and submitted electronically through EDAS at http://edas.info/N8825
In addition to the abstract, a video file showing the demonstration may also be included, but is not required for selection. If desired, the Extended Abstract and video files must be zipped into one package, to be uploaded through EDAS above. Video contributions can also be made available at a public URL for download with the URL address cited in the Abstract.

Submission 
Dates 
for
 Wireless 
Health 
Demonstrations
Submission Deadline: August 23rd, 2010
Notification of Acceptance: September 1st, 2010

Review
 of 
Wireless 
Health
 Technical 
Demonstrations
Wireless Health 2010 Demonstrations selection will be made by the Technical Program Committee.

Conference 
Proceedings 
Publication 
of 
Technical
 Demonstrations
Wireless Health 2010 Demonstrations will be included with their two-page Extended Abstract in the Conference Proceedings.

Best 
Demonstration 
Awards
Awards will be given for the best Wireless Health Technical Demonstrations in both the Research Advance and Product and System Tiers, as judged by an evaluation panel of the Technical Program Committee