[hpc-announce] CFP: International Symposium on Net-HI-BI-BI 2013

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Sat Aug 31 12:44:27 CDT 2013

CFP: International Symposium on Network Analysis and Mining for Health
Informatics, Biomedicine and Bioinformatics
Net-HI-BI-BI 2013

In conjunction with BIBM 2013
December 18-21, 2013, Shanghai, China

Website: http://health-informatics.cpsc.ucalgary.ca
Submission link: https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=nethibibi2013

The advancement in technology and computational science influenced a
wide range of fields, including research in clinical leading to health
informatics as emerging vital research area which is attracting more
attention in academia and industry. Health informatics combines
computational science and the clinical world for better treatment of
patients; it deals with resources, devices, and methodologies required
for optimizing the acquisition, storage, maintenance, retrieval, and
use of healthcare information and resources for effective diagnosis
and treatment of patients.

The target of this research track is to bring together professionals,
researchers and practitioners in the area of health informatics to
present, discuss, share the latest finding in the field, and exchange
ideas that address real-world problems with real-world solutions.

Topics covered by Net-HI-BI-BI 2013 include but are not limited to
work in progress as well as cutting-edge and novel findings on the
latest trends and developments in health informatics, encompassing
areas such as:

    Analytics for Visualizing and summarizing large patient data in EMR.
    Benchmarking of big data infrastructure in healthcare.
    Big data and analytics from home monitoring devices.
    Big data in semantics and bio-text mining.
    Big data influence on systems biology, protein structure
prediction, Drug discovery.
    Case Studies for Hadoop based healthcare analytics.
    Clinical and hospital human resource management and performance analysis.
    Computational biomedicine, genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics,
metabolimics, sociogenomics.
    Computer aided diagnosis.
    Controlled and optimized utilization of resourc.
    Data analysis and disease biomarker prediction.
    Data mining and machine learning techniques in health informatics.
    Drug design, disease diagnosis and control.
    E-health and web-based information services.
    Evaluation and use of information technology in healthcare.
    Future developments in technologies and applications.
    Genome structural change detection.
    Healthcare applications of mobile and pervasive technologies.
    Human-computer interaction.
    Information and image retrieval.
    Integration and sharing of heterogeneous health data sources.
    Integration and sharing of heterogeneous health information systems.
    Intelligent Health Information Systems & Decision Support Systems.
    Language parsing methods in biomedicine.
    Large scale biological network construction and learning.
    Large-scale and dynamic bio-image and medical-image analysis.
    Mobile solutions for sharing information in healthcare services.
    Modelling, simulation and evaluation of healthcare services.
    Next generation sequencing data storage and analysis.
    Patient tracking and monitoring: spatio-temporal models.
    Privacy protection and data security in health informatics systems.
    Process management and collaborative work.
    Reuse in Health Information System development and maintenance.
    Security and Privacy for clinical data in big data infrastructures.
    Signal processing and streaming databases.
    Smart visualizations for big data streams.
    Social network modelling and analysis in health informatics.
    Spread and control of epidemics.
    User interfaces and visualization for health informatics systems.

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline
September 15, 2013
Acceptance Notification
November 1, 2013
Camera-ready paper due
November 12, 2013
Conference events
December 18-21, 2013

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