We have a great pleasure and honour to invite you to participate in MobileMED 2014 conference. We are very happy to offer you the chance to meet colleagues - young researchers, PhD and Master students - and share your ideas and establish new contacts and relationships. We are looking forward to seeing you at the MobileMed conference.
We are pleased to announce the second conference on mobile and information technologies MobileMed 2014. We believe the conference will once again become a place for melting ideas and finding new connections in IT systems for healthcare support.
We are looking forward to seeing you at MobileMed 2014!
Proceedings, photos, links to slides and presentations from last year's mobilemed 2013 are available at the 2013 page
This year's MobileMed will host the "Mobile Health & AAL (Ambient Assitive Technology) Challenge" - a technical competition geared towards engaging students (can include faculty researchers AS team members) and mHealth startups, small SME and entrepreneurs to:
Design and develop a mHealth app that aims to improve the delivery of healthcare at either the the patient, physician and community levels.
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Deadlines for mobilemed 2014
October 5th 2014 (extended)
Notification of paper acceptance:
October 12th 2014 (extended)
Challenge registration deadline:
September 30th 2014
October 26th 2014
Full papers (camera ready) deadline:
October 26th 2014
November 20th-21st 2014
We are very pleased to share that Rachelle Kaye, a member of the Board of Directors of EHTEL (the European Health Telematics Association) and Coordinator of the Maccabi International Center for Research and Development, Israel, will join this year's mobileMed. With over 25 years of experience in health IT including significant large-scale eHealth systems, she is one of the key proffessionals in the field.
In her talk she will describe modern methods for personal health record and electronic medical record management and for patient-doctor communication.
We are very pleased to announce that Misha Pavel - program director for Smart and Connected Health at the U.S. National Science Foundation (NSF) and Professor at Northeastern University in Boston - will give invited speach at MobileMed 2014. We are looking forward to hear his points, which are always stays on top of things!
In his talk, he will introduce U.S. NSF-NIH program in Smart and Connected Health and discuss the challenges at the intersection of computer science, engineering and healthcare.
Prof. Holly Jimison - Professor at Northeastern University, Boston, MA, currently working at U.S. National Insitute of Health (NIH) - is an expert on new approaches in medical informatics.
We are very much looking forward to her talk on Big Data Challenges in Monitoring Health Behaviors in the Home & Environment.
Mr. Radek Fiala is founder of CleverTech Prague and one of the key movers of the Seniorinspect project.
He will speak on his primary topic: assistive technologies in ageing population.
Mr. Håvar Brendryen is senior research fellow at Norwegian Centre for Addiction Research, University of Oslo with interests in addictology and especially relapse prevention.
He speech will be on Efficacy of a lapse management system (Happy Ending) in an online smoking cessation intervention.
Mr. Adam is a Healthcare Industry leader at IBM for EMEA markets and has a very extensive experience in developing modern health IT solutions and formulating strategies in more than 30 countries.
His talk will be on how can modern health IT solutions facilitate the needs of ageing population and expansion of chronic diseases by leveraging new and existing data sources and analytic innovations.
Dr. Pavel Kubu is a doctor of Medicine specialized in experienced in eHealth and mHealth tools, currently working as expert on Medical Informatics at Intel corp.
His talk will be on Special needs and threats of elderly people in the virtual world.
The founders of BigLauncher project - an android interface for elderly and visually impaired - will hold a joint talk at this year's mobilemed.
They will talk about user design and B2B experience.
A Mexican living in Spain and accessibility consultant for Apple. She will hold a talk and demonstration on what the VoiceOver technology can do for the visually impaired. Being blind herself, she understands importance of the topic very well.
co-founder of the Medicton group and assistant professor at the CTU, Prague, interested in assistive and other medical technologies.
Vratislav will speak about development and user experience of i4control - unique asisstive device for controlling computer using eye movements.
A well-known advocate for quality life of seniors, co-founder and director of the NGO Zivot 90 aimed at supporting seniors and their relatives.
In his speech, he will speak about The possibilities and opportunities of medical-social boundary
Levebee is an online app that aims to improve unsufficitient reading skills and reading disorder conditions, such as dyslexia, by providing a new-generation learning tool to students, parents, teachers and related professionals.
Daniel Novak (chair), Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague
David Kula (co-chair), Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Tarik Al-Ani, ESIEE-PARIS, France
Eoin Banahan, RoundRose Associates Ltd, UK
David Cuesta Frau, Department of Computer Engineering, Politecnical University of Valencia, Spain
Roman Gabrhelik, Clinic of addictology, 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University, Charles University and General Teaching Hospital
Zdenek Gütter, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Miroslav Hamouz, AleinrtMe, UK
Jan Havlík, FEE CTU in Prague
Stefan Holiga, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany
Shannon Hughes, School of Social Wrk, Colorado State University, USA
Francisco Ibáñez, Brainstorm Multimedia, Spain
Pavel Kordik, Czech Technical University in Prague
Claudio Lamberti, University of Bologna, Italy
Lenka Lhotská, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague
Jan Macek, IBM, Czech Republic
Gregory Maniatopoulos, Institute of Health & Society,Faculty of Medical Sciences,Newcastle University
Milos Mraz, 3rd Medical Department, 1st Faculty of Medicine Charles University, Charles University and General Teaching Hospital
Karsten Muller, Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences, Germany
Petr Nalevka, SleepAsAndroid, Czech Republic
Jakub Ouhrabka, Comgate, Czech Republic
Misha Pavel, U.S. National Science Foundation + Northeastern University in Boston
Thomas Penzel, Charite, Germany
Christine Petioky Fonds Soziales Wien, Austria
Tomas Prusa, Masaryk University, Czech Republic.
Eugen Rasev, Schweinfurt Rehabilitation Clinic, Germany
Rossany Roche, Informedica, Spain
Lukas Roubik, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Henk Schwietert, Evalan, Netherlands
Jan Šedivý, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague
Olga Štěpánková, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague
Miloš Táborský, Czech National eHealth Centre, Palacky University Olomouc and University Hospital Olomouc, Czech Republic
Ausra Vidugiriene, Vytautas Magnus University, Lithuania
Martin Vyhnálek, Department of Neurology, 2nd faculty of Medicine, Charles University and Motol Hospital
Kevin Warwick,University of Reading, UK
Alexandrer Wohrer, Vienna Science and Technology Fund, Austria
Adam Zbiejczuk, Babel Guide
Eduard Bakštein, (chair), Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Jakub Schneider, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Petr Svobodník, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic
Jan Lukeš, Dept. of Cybernetics, FEE CTU in Prague, Czech Republic