• Important Date

    Abstract Submission Due: 1st July

     

    Notification of Acceptance: 1st August

     

    Paper Final Form Submission: 1st September

     

    Early registration: 1st October

     

    Note:
    • All papers will be included in IFMBE Proceeding.

    • The Scientific Challenge papers will be included in Health & Technology Journal.

  • Call for Papers

    Topics of ICBHI 2024

    • Medical Devices, Medical Imaging, and Bio-signal Processing
    • Biomedical Informatics
    • Cybersecurity and Healthcare Information
    • Biodata Management and Analytics
    • Advanced mHealth Inspired Applications
    • User Interaction Systems and Data/Information Exchange
    • Applied Connected Health and Integrated Care Systems
    • Personalized Health Systems
    • Preventive and Multimorbid Disease Management Tools
    • Patient Safety and Efficient Public Health Systems
    • Translational Research
    • Biomedical Informatics and Technology Education

    Competitions of ICBHI 2024

    • Scientific Challenge Competition
    • Young Investigator Competition
    • Student Competition

    Special Sessions of ICBHI 2024

    • Digital Health Day Special Speeches
    • CODATA: Healthcare Data Sharing
    • Healthcare Cybersecurity
    • Healthcare Open Data
    • IUPESM MEP Workshop
    • Clinical Engineering Forum
    • Women in MBE Forum
    • Education in Biomedical Engineering
    • IFMBE Asia-Pacific WG mini-symposium
    • IFMBE Industry mini-symposium
    • Molecular Imaging mini-symposium

    Instructions for authors

    • Abstract title length must not exceed 200 characters (including spaces).*
    • The Body of abstract: the length must not exceed 3000 characters (including spaces) or 400 words, whichever is reached first.* Please do not include figures, tables, equations or references and refrain from using formatted text (bold, italic,…) in the abstract.
    • Keywords: while submitting, provide also 3 to 5 keywords (to be entered separately, not as a part of the abstract).
    • * Note that these are hard limits that the submission system will apply. This means that any text copy-pasted from another document will be automatically truncated to the maximum allowed length.