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Call for Papers: Special Session at 2016 IEEE Symposium on Computational Intelligence in healthcare and e-health (IEEE CICARE 2016)

Computationally Intelligent Methods for CNS Research & Its Disorders

Organizers: Mufti Mahmud §, Gábor Szirtes ¨, Amir Hussain ª

§ Theoretical Neurobiology and Neuroengineering Lab, University of Antwerp, 2640 – Wilrijk, Belgium &

Institute of Information Technology, Jahangirnagar University, 1342 – Dhaka, Bangladesh

Email: mufti@tnb.ua.ac.be; muftimahmud@juniv.edu

¨ Realeyes OÜ, Tölgyfa utca 24, 1027 - Budapest, Hungary

Email: gabor.szirtes@realeyesit.com

ª Cognitive Big Data Informatics, University of Stirling, Stirling FK9 4LA, UK

Email: ahu@cs.stir.ac.uk

 

The brain as a part of the central nervous system (CNS) is specialized to process information simultaneously coming from many different sources. The neurons work as basic information processing units in the brain and interconnect to each other to form hierarchical and/or parallel pathways. These pathways are mainly involved in transforming information originated from one or more sources into either action (as in motor movements) or specialized information understood by the brain itself (as in cognitive functions). To have a detailed and complete understanding of these biological phenomena two approaches have been practiced by the research community – experimental and theoretical studies. Also, some theoretical studies are inspired by the nature itself which reframes earlier computational techniques to suggest research on biophysical basis of brain research and its information processing capabilities.

 

The focus of this invited session is to address the recent advances in computationally intelligent techniques in researching the central nervous system and its associated disorders with a special emphasis to provide health care to improve quality of life. There has been a significance increase in research activities in these areas in diverse specialties including neuroengineering, computer, electrical and biomedical engineering with a goal to provide a better life to patients with CNS disease. The objective of this special session is to provide updated information and a forum for the scientists and researchers who are looking for more relevant information in health care based on CNS related diseases using expert and computationally intelligent systems.

 

 

This session is expected to attract recent research reports on the following topics:

 

·        Computationally intelligent methods for neuroscience applications to provide health care

·        Neural systems engineering and technology for to provide better quality of life

·        Brain computer interface and neural pathway research for health care

·        Neural signal processing and modelling for providing health care

·        Biologically inspired methods for neuronal network analysis for CNS disorders

·        Machine learning methods in application to brain research for health care

·        Measurement methods with application to cognition research for health care

·        Decision Support Systems for CNS disorders

·        Therapeutic systems and technologies for CNS research

·        Design and development methodologies for Healthcare IT for CNS research

·        Software systems in neuroscience and CNS research for improved quality of life

 

 

Schedule

 

 

Special Session Proposals : April 18, 2016

Paper submission : July 18, 2016

Notification to authors : September 12, 2016

Final submission : October 10, 2016

Early registration : October 10, 2016

 

Paper Submission:

Please submit your paper via the IEEE SSCI 2016 on-line submission link accessed from: http://ssci2016.cs.surrey.ac.uk/Paper%20Submission.htm