August 29–31, 2012
The Symposium will provide a forum for the presentation of new developments in the important interdisciplinary field of biomedical systems involving the application of concepts, methods and techniques of modelling, informatics and control of complex biomedical systems. The it will address problems in biomedicine, physiology and biology in engineering.
Paper submission deadline: February 3, 2010
More information: http://bms.iit.bme.hu
The results of the EMBC 2011 student awards were announced at the Student Award Ceremony at EMBC'11 in Boston
Philips Young Investigator Award Finalists
Supported by funds provided by Philips
AZADEH YADOLLAHI AND ZAHRA MOUSSAVI
Detailed Analysis of the Relationship between Tracheal Breath Sounds and Airflow in Relation to OSA During Wake and Sleep
SHAOPENG LIU, ROBERT X. GAO, DINESH JOHN, JOHN STAUDENMAYER, PATTY FREEDSON
SVM-Based Multi-Sensor Fusion for Free-Living Physical Activity Assessment
JOHN MOORE, HELENE HARDY, PAUL SKOLNIK, FRANK MOSS
A Collaborative Awareness System for Chronic Disease Medication Adherence Applied to HIV Infection
ATSUSHI TAKANO, TOMOHISA OGAWA, MASATO TANAKA, NOBUYUKI FUTAI
On-Chip Incubation System for Long-Term Microfluidic Cell Culture
DAVID MARTIN RUSSELL, DANIEL MCCORMICK, ANDREW TABERNER, SIMON MALPAS, DAVID BUDGETT
A High Bandwidth Fully Implantable Mouse Telemetry System for Chronic ECG Measurement
IBM Student Award Finalists
Supported by funds provided by IBM
University of South Florida, USA
Multi-Scale Modeling of Glycosylation Modulation Dynamics in Cardiac Electrical Signaling
Deakin University, Australia
Design of Multiple Sequence Alignment Algorithms on Parallel, Distributed Memory Supercomputers
Johns Hopkins University, USA
An analytical study of relay neuron’s reliability: Dependence on input and model parameters
Student Paper Competition
FAITH A. BAZLEY, Johns Hopkins University, USA
Plasticity Associated Changes in Cortical Somatosensory Evoked Potentials following Thoracic Spinal Cord Injury
VIRGÍLIO BENTO, University of Aveiro, Portugal
Towards a Movement Quantification System Capable of Automatic Evaluation of Upper Limb Motor Function after Neurological Injury
ANTHONY CHRISTODOULOU, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Four-Dimensional MR Cardiovascular Imaging: Method and Application
BRIAN D’ALESSANDRO, New Jersey Institute of Technology, USA
Voxel-Based, Parallel Simulation of Light in Skin Tissue for the Reconstruction of Subsurface Skin Lesion Volumes
CHENGZONG HAN, University of Minnesota, USA
Noninvasive Reconstruction of the Three-dimensional Ventricular Activation Sequence during Pacing and Ventricular Tachycardia in the Rabbit Heart
NHAN TRAN, The University of Melbourne, Australia
A Prototype 64-Electrode Stimulator in 65 nm CMOS Process towards a High Density Epi-Retinal Prosthesis
NING XUE, University of Texas at Dallas, USA
A SU-8-Based Compact Implantable Wireless Pressure Sensor for Intraocular Pressure Sensing Application
Congratulations to the winners of the 2011 IEEE EMBS Student Club/Chapter Awards.
2011 IEEE EMBS Outstanding Performance Award for Student Branch Chapter/Club
Carleton University EMBS Student Club
Take a look at the Carleton University EMBS Student Club website.
2011 IEEE EMBS Best New Student Chapter/Club Award
Xiamen University Student Club
Take a look at the Xiamen University Student Club website.
2011 IEEE EMBS Outstanding Chapter Award
Take a look at the Ottawa Chapter website
Early this year we launched the IEEE EMBS Young Members Blog, another e-resource where you can connect with you colleagues and bring up interesting topics for discussion.
When you log in for the first time, use the same username and password as you use to log in to the IEEE EMBS Member Center - IEEE EMBS member Number (the Number showing on your IEEE Membership Card) and your Member Center Password. During log in you will be prompted to create a new username and password. Follow the instructions and you'll be connected in no time.
Click here to visit the IEEE EMBS Young Members Blog.
Check out the new addition on the EMBS Student Website - the EMBS Student Resource Center . Here you can download material from previous workshops and career development sessions organized at EMBC, as well as other useful materials.