Intelligent Cloud and IoT paradigms in eHealth (HealthIoT)
Ilias Maglogiannis University of Piraeus
Dimosthenis Kyriazis University of Piraeus
Vassilios Plagianakos University of Thessaly
Aim and Scope
Evolving from a network of interconnected computers and networking devices, the Internet is increasingly being approached as the Internet of Everything capturing the interconnections of devices with diverse characteristics, services offerings and data flows (e.g. smart-phones and tablets, wearable devices, sensor networks, cameras, vehicles, etc.). In this context, Internet of Things (IoT) is evolving into a platform of platforms, consisting of a plethora of networked devices, infrastructures and supporting systems of systems, addressing various application domains, with electronic healthcare being one of them.
This workshop offers the opportunity to present recent results concerning the design, development, implementation and deployment of Big Data Analytics and Cloud Infrastructures and IoT in different areas relating to electronic healthcare.
Topics of Interest
The special session aims to support research and innovation on IoT based ehealth systems and especially in:
- Wearable Systems
- Medical and Sensor Data Processing
- Machine Learning in eHealth
- Emerging eHealth IoT Applications
- Network Communications for Healthcare Applications
- Quantified Self Technologies and Applications
- Intelligent Data Processing and Predictive Algorithms in eHealth
- Smart Homes and Assistive Environments
- Data Mining of Health Data on the Cloud
- Security, Safety and Privacy in eHealth and IoT
- Interoperability and Standardization Issues in IoT and eHealth
Papers reporting original and unpublished research results on the above and related topics are solicited. Authors should submit a paper with up to 10 pages (in English) in single-column Springer format following the Springer IFIP AICT format guidelines. Submissions must be in electronic form as PDF files and should be uploaded with EasyChair. Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by at least 2 independent members of the program committee.
At least one author of each accepted paper must be registered and present the paper at the workshop. All accepted papers will be included in the conference proceedings and published in the SPRINGER IFIP AICT (Advances in Information and Communication Technology series. Extended versions of selected workshop papers may be considered for publication in international journals.