Sponsored by the IEEE Systems Council and hosted as part of IEEE RASSE 2022 Conference.
The 2nd Workshop in the series held on December 3-4, 2020 was an online event due to international travel restrictions. The 3rd IEEE International Workshop on System Biology and Biomedical Systems will again be sponsored by the IEEE Systems Council. The workshop will be organized as part of the IEEE International Conference on Recent Advances in Systems Science in Engineering at National Cheng Kung University in Tainan, Taiwan. The primary focus is the system biology aspects of consumer healthcare devices, reliability, and system optimization for providing smart innovative care services and solutions. The Conference will feature outstanding speakers from Industry and the research community across the world. We invite you to attend and participate if you have an interest in healthcare technology or want to learn about critical applications, advanced technologies for biomedical systems and consumer healthcare, and practical aspects of assistive care.
Abstract submission: 30 June 2022
Author notification: 31 August 2022
Tutorial proposals: 31 August 2022
Industry demo: 31 August 2022
Call for Papers
Recent advances in smart healthcare ranging from general consumer health monitors for daily activity tracking to sophisticated medical devices provide a platform for gathering vital information about a user in the event of an emergency. As healthcare service providers become increasingly reliant on intelligent and interconnected devices in every aspect of health support, critical reliability, data integrity and interoperability are important considerations that need to be thoroughly addressed. In addition to technical challenges, relevant social and economic issues also need to be solved for integrating these devices into the smart home as well as broader smart city for providing comprehensive anytime-anywhere healthcare services.
This workshop focuses on the design and implementation of system biology and biomedical systems solutions and services. It will facilitate the exchange of research results and development in the areas of consumer healthcare systems, biological businesses, applications, monitoring, measurements, prototyping and testbed development; social impact, public sector and clinical trials.
Some of the topics of interest include:
- Interoperability, backward and forward compatibility for legacy system integration as well as future trends
- Flexible deployment, self-cognizant devices and systems
- Resource management and system optimization
- Smart emergency support systems
- Biosensing systems in consumer health applications
General Chair: Bernard Fong, National Taipei University, Taiwan
Technical Program Committee Chair: K. F. Tsang, City University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Local Liaison Chair: T. C. Lu, Providence University, Taiwan
Publicity Chair: A. C. M. Fong, Western Michigan University, USA