pHealth 2015


12th International Conference on Wearable Micro and Nano Technologies for Personalized Health


The conference organizers call for innovative paper submissions describing knowledge beyond the state of the art. To support meaningful innovations and full integration of results to foster the new care paradigm, the interrelation of the addressed aspects to other aforementioned challenges of the care model should be tackled. Topics of interest in relation to the session structure include, but are not limited to:

Wearable and implantable devices and systems

  • Sensors, actuators and patient diagnostic systems
  • Signal processing and analysis
  • Bioelectrical and bio-impedance sensing techniques
  • Wireless body area network communication and computing
  • Multi-sensor data fusion
  • Sensor pattern recognition
  • Therapeutic systems
  • Smart textiles


Solutions for personalized care

  • Personalized diagnostics
  • Personalized therapy and rehabilitation
  • Biomedicine and pHealth
  • Biomechanics, Biotronics and pHealth
  • Personalized decision support systems
  • Success stories and failure reports


Data and Knowledge Management and Methodologies

  • Big Data and the Quantified Self
  • Business Analytics and Visualization
  • Virtual Physiological Human and Gamification


Interoperable ICT and Telemedicine

  • Building large-scale interoperable electronic health systems
  • Remote care and care integration with pHealth
  • Personal Health Record systems
  • Intelligent data processing and predictive algorithms in eHealth & pHealth
  • Integration of mobile and home telecare with IHE


mHealth Applications

  • Briging mHealth and pHealth applications
  • Behavioral Health services
  • Towards inclusive user interfaces
  • mHealth beyond care: lifestyle management
  • Medical Device Directive Compliance - Advantage or drawback


Security, Privacy, Safety and Ethics in pHealth

  • Trust and trustworthiness as enablers for pHealth
  • Security, privacy and ethics in pHealth
  • Experience with existing labelling systems
  • Future needs for regulation, certification and labelling




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