Skip to content
Open menu Close menu

International Workshop on Imaging and Sensor Technologies

Published: Tue 07 July 2015

The University of Bradford is organising an International Workshop on Imaging and Sensor Technologies for Improved Healthcare in conjunction with the 15th IEEE International Conference on Computer and Information Technology.

Medical healthcare imaging is a field which is currently very active. The use of state-of-the-art imaging and sensor technologies to support medical and social care applications is becoming more important given the variety of societal, economical and educational challenges facing the world today.

As our population lives longer and enjoys new states of health, it creates new challenges that require novel ways of thinking, research and development for tackling them. This workshop covers the development of imaging and sensors for supporting healthcare, social care and medical applications.

The School of Electrical Engineering and Computer Science works in close collaboration with the NHS and various consultants in different hospitals, generating high quality outputs in terms of cutting edge research, quality scientific papers and new diagnostic systems being developed. The school also has established track record in working closely with different industrial partners and SMEs.

Professor of Visual Computing, Rami Qahwaji said: “This workshop is the perfect platform to demonstrate the progress being made here at the University of Bradford. It will also allow us to learn from other researchers and research groups, exposing our staff and students to more of the research and findings which are happening across Medical Healthcare Imaging as a whole.”

“As a leading technology university our aim is to continue to drive change and develop knowledge which will further advance imaging and sensory equipment to help people facing real life problems.”

Organised by the University of Bradford’s Professor Rami Qahwaji and Professor Raed A Abd-Alhameed, with Dr Waleed Al-Nuaimy from the University of Liverpool, the work shop welcomes original and unpublished works in relevant research topics, which could include areas such as: Medical Image Processing, Sensors Design Technology for Health Applications, Development of Medical Devices, Computer Aided Diagnosis, Medical Machine learning and Data Mining, Visualisation of Medical Data, Wireless Communications for Healthcare, and more.

Please note these important dates:
• Paper Submission Due: 15th July, 2015
• Acceptance Notifications: 21st Aug, 2015
• Camera-ready: 15th Sep, 2015

The conference and workshop will be held in Liverpool, 26 - 28 Oct 2015.


Share this

Upcoming events

View all events »