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CFP e-HPWAS 2013: International Workshop on e-Health Pervasive Wireless Applications and Services

From: Tayeb LEMLOUMA <Tayeb.Lemlouma@irisa.fr>
Date: Fri, 26 Apr 2013 18:32:54 +0200
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To: Tayeb LEMLOUMA <Tayeb.Lemlouma@irisa.fr>
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CALL FOR PAPERS -- e-HPWAS'13
www.ehpwas.org
7th October 2013
Lyon, France
in conjunction with 9th IEEE WiMob 2013
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The international workshop on e-Health Pervasive Wireless Applications
and Services e-HPWAS'13 (in conjunction with the 9th IEEE WiMob conference)
targets providing optimal, secured and context aware e-health services with
the best quality of services (QoS) and user’s experience (QoE). 
Applications
and services are considered in wireless environments and architecture with
a strong heterogeneity of the used access technologies, sensors, terminals,
users’ needs and services (data, content, live streams or complex network
services). Emerging e-Health services and applications can involve the use
of “heavy” content such as multimedia content and streams (e.g. 3D-TV, 
media
conferencing, remote live diagnostics) using conventional e-health 
equipments
and devices but also using modern devices like smart TV sets, home-boxes,
smartphones and tablets. The considered issues of e-HPWAS are related to
e-Health care and safety services provided for patients, elderly and 
dependent
persons. These services are generally built using different communication
technologies, for different profiles of people and in different contexts
and places (e.g. in health institutions, at home, in the city). Ideally,
provided services should be accessible anytime, anywhere and using any
kind of device or platform.

eHPWAS encourages the submission of original works describing research 
results,
practical or industrial e-health solutions. Papers describing advanced 
prototypes,
platforms, techniques and general survey for discussing future 
perspectives and
directions are also encouraged.

All accepted papers will be published in the WiMob 2013 conference 
proceedings
published by IEEE. The workshops will be held in Lyon, France on October 
7, 2013.

The e-HPWAS organizers plan to have selected papers appear in a special 
journal
issue. A selection of accepted papers will be considered and authors 
will be
invited to produce an extended version to be published in a special 
issue of the
International Journal of E-Health and Medical Communications (IJEHMC):
www.igi-global.com/journal/international-journal-health-medical-communications/

All papers will be considered for the Best Paper Award. The workshop 
organizers will
select a number of candidates for the award among accepted papers. The 
winner will be
selected at the workshop, considering both the paper and the 
presentation. An Award
will be given to the best paper presented at the workshop. The winners 
of the Award
will be announced at the closing session of the workshop.

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Workshop Chairs
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Tayeb Lemlouma, IRISA Lab and University of Rennes 1, France
Abderrezak Rachedi, LIGM Lab and University of Paris-Est Marne la 
Vallée, France
Sébastien Laborie, LIUPPA Lab - University of Pau, France
António Santos, Fraunhofer Porto (FhP-AICOS), Portugal
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Publicity and Publication Chair
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Mohamed Aymen Chalouf, IRISA Lab and University of Rennes 1, France
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Topics
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Topics include but are not limited to:
- E-Health services in smart environments
(smart homes, smart medical institutions, smart cities)
- User acceptance of advanced and complex e-health services
- Sensor networks for e-Health services
- Quality of Experience (QoE) with e-health applications, services and
network technologies
- E-Health services composition and adaptation
- Wireless sensors, mobiles and cognitive radio networks
- Network interoperability in the e-health ecosystems
- Delay tolerant networking (DTN) with e-health services development
- Existing and ongoing Web norms and technologies for e-Health
- Context Models for people monitoring and Activities of Daily Living (ADL)
- Heterogeneity of e-Health environments and platforms
(used sensors and actuators, heterogeneous access technologies, medical 
places)
- Techniques and models for performance evaluation, simulation, and 
optimization
- Wireless networking security and privacy
(e.g. access networks, exchanged and shared medical data)
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Important dates
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- Paper submission: June 15, 2013
- Acceptance notification: July 15, 2013
- Camera ready paper: July 24, 2013
- Advanced registration: August 26, 2013
- e-HPWAS 2013 : October 7, 2013
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