Participation call: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine 2017 (AIME) (Vienna, June 21-24)

AIME 2017 16th Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Medicine
Vienna, Austria June 21-24, 2017 

The European Society for Artificial Intelligence in MEdicine (AIME), established in 1986, has been organizing a series of international conferences. 
AIME17 <> will be a unique opportunity to present and improve the international state of the art of AI in medicine from perspectives of theory, methodology, and application. For this purpose, AIME 2017 will include invited lectures, full and short papers, tutorials, workshops, and a doctoral consortium. 

For the complete program see program <>, and the Eventbase app (AIME2017) ( <>).

Early conference registration is until 27, April.  Register via the registration form <>.  

The program at a glance:

June 21st, 2017 
Doctoral Consortium
Tutorials (1/2 day):

 1. Natural Language Processing for Clinical Information Extraction <>,
Stéphane Meystre <>, Meliha Yetisgen, Scott DuVall, Hua Xu

 2. Latest speech & signal processing for affective and behavioral computing in mHealth <>, 
Bjorn Schuller, Bodgan Vlasenko <>, Hesam Sagha

 3. Evaluation of Prediction models in Medicine <>,
Ameen Abu-Hanna <>
 4. Medical Decision Analysis with Probabilistic Graphical Models, <>
Francisco Javier Diez <>, Manuel Luque

 5. Clinical fuzzy control systems and fuzzy automata with HL7's clinical decision support standard: The Fuzzy Arden Syntax <>, Jeroen de Bruin <>, Klaus-Peter Adlassnig <>
June 22nd-23rd, 2017 Main Conference <> 

Invited speakers <>: 

- Stefan Schulz (University Graz) "Annotating clinical narratives with SNOMED CT:  The thorny way towards interoperability of clinical routine data". 

- Ken Barker (T. J. Watson Research Center IBM). "Collaborative, Exploratory Question Answering against Medical Literature”.

June 24th, 2017 
Workshops (1/1 day):

1. Joint International Workshop KR4HC 2017 - ProHealth 2017 <> ,
David Riano <>, Richard Lenz, Manfred Reichert

2. Second Workshop on Extracting and Processing of Rich Semantics from Medical Texts <>,
Kerstin Denecke <>, Yihan Deng, Thierry Declerck, Frank van Harmelen
3. Artificial Intelligence for Diabetes <>,
Beatriz López <mailto:beatriz.lopez@udg.educemartin>, Clare Martin <mailto:>, Pau Herrero Vinas <<a>
4. Advanced predictive models in healthcare <>,
Niels Peek <>, Gregor Štiglic <>, Nophar Geifman, Petra Povalej Brzan, Matthew Sperrin


Kind regards, 

The AIME’17 organising team

Received on Wednesday, 19 April 2017 07:31:50 UTC