Wednesday, February 1, 2012

ACM Workshop on Medical Communication Systems

The ACM Workshop on Medical Communication Systems (MedCOMM) seeks short research papers. Research communities such as communications, networking, sensor networks, cyberphysical systems, human-computer interaction, security, and wireless are highly relevant. This workshop is co-located with ACM SIGCOMM in Helsinki, Finland.

From the CFP:
We solicit submissions on topics including, but not limited to, the following:
  • Safe and effective network architectures and protocols for highly interoperable wireless medical devices
  • Applications of cognitive radio to maximize spectrum utilization and spectrum sharing on unlicensed bands
  • Data integrity and reliability issues in allocated or unlicensed spectrum
  • Mobile phones as medical sensor gateways
  • Ultra-low power communications
  • Deployment of open medical communication systems
  • Communications and computer networks designed for validation, formal verification, or hazard analysis
  • Usability issues, security/privacy issues, regulatory/policy issues
  • Industrial experiences, provider experiences, regulator experiences
As a workshop, the focus is on position papers and early-stage works. The submission deadline is March 23rd. Please consider submitting.

The full CFP with all of the relevant deadline information is available here.

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