Mini-symposia

3rd Health-IT and Mobile Health (HMH) Mini-Symposium at WTS 2015

We invite the submission of research papers to the Health-IT and Mobile Health (HMH) Mini-Symposium.

Topic areas of interest in the E-health and Telecommunications in Healthcare Mini-Symposium include, but are not limited to, the following:

E-health/M-health and Applications
Health-IT/M-health Evaluation
Management of Healthcare Technologies
Smart Infrastructures for Healthcare
Mobile Devices and Healthcare
Regulatory Issues in E-health/M-health
Decision Making in E-health/M-health
E-health/M-health in Behavioral Medicine

Infrastructure for E-health/M-health
E-health/M-health Architectures
Adoption of E-health/M-health
Managing Chronic Diseases
E-health/M-health in Developing Countries
Future of E-health/M-health
Medication Adherence and Health Monitoring
E-health/M-health for Graceful Aging

As in the previous years, expanded versions of papers will be invited for special issues of IEEE Computer, Decision Support Systems and Int. Journal of Interdisciplinary Telecommunications and Networks (IJITN).

A developmental workshop is planned where authors will receive feedback from editors and senior researchers for possible extensions and outlets for their ongoing work.

Important Dates
  • January 11, 2015: Paper submission deadline
  • February 8, 2015: Notification of acceptance
  • March 8, 2015: Camera-ready submissions

Submit your papers as part of the regular conference. The author guidelines are available at http://www.csupomona.edu/~wtsi/authors.htm

WTS 2014 ETH Mini-Symposium Chair
WTS Committee Chairs

The Wireless Telecommunications Symposium brings together industry professionals and academics from companies, governmental agencies, and universities around the world to exchange information on advances in mobile communications and wireless networking technology, business, policy, applications and security. Past WTS participants have included Dr. Vinton Cerf, Dr. Robert Kahn, and Dr. Leonard Kleinrock, Internet pioneers; Martin Cooper, “Father of the Cell Phone”; Dr. Irwin Jacobs, Co-Founder and Chairman of QUALCOMM; and Mike Lazaridis, Founder and former Vice-Chairman, Blackberry.

The theme for WTS 2015 will be "Wireless Communications: A Multidisciplinary Perspective". Planned highlights of WTS 2015 include executive presentations and keynote addresses; presentations of accepted academic and practitioner research papers; panel discussions; tutorials and workshops; a poster paper session; and a doctoral students’ session. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.The proceedings also will be distributed at the Symposium via a CD. Awards will be given for the most outstanding paper presented and best graduate and undergraduate student papers presented.

This document is available for download as a PDF file here.