[Bioclusters] BMEI 2008 – Sanya, China: Deadline 10 November

Jing cheng jing.cheng.2006 at gmail.com
Sat Sep 22 07:51:26 EDT 2007

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     2008 International Conference on BioMedical Engineering
                  and Informatics (BMEI 2008)

             28 - 30 May 2008, Sanya, Hainan, China

             Submission Deadline: 10 November 2007


        Call for Papers, Invited Sessions & Sponsorship

BioMedical engineering and informatics are two important and comple-
mentary disciplines that hold great promise for the advancement of
biological, medical, pharmaceutical, and environmental research and
development. Bridging these two disciplines enables us to improve
our understanding of living organisms and develop innovative tech-
niques towards personalized and predictive healthcare, such as real-
time monitoring of health and detection, prevention and optimal
treatment of complex diseases.

The purpose of the 2008 International Conference on BioMedical
Engineering and Informatics (BMEI 2008) is to bring together world-
wide researchers and scientists from these two disciplines to present
and discuss state-of-the-art of engineering and informatics for
biomedicine, and to foster international collaborations. The
Conference calls for research papers that report original approaches,
new results, and system developments in real biomedical applications.

The BMEI 2008 conference proceedings will be published by the IEEE
and will be indexed in both EI and ISTP. Selected good papers will be
recommended for publication in SCI/SCI-E indexed international

The BMEI 2008 will be co-located with the 2008 Congress on Image and
Signal Processing (CISP 2008: http://www.hainu.edu.cn/CISP2008), in
order to promote cross-fertilization between the broad areas of
biomedical engineering and signal processing.


Sanya is one of China premier tourist destinations, with white-sand
beaches, charming scenery, hot-springs, and popular activities such as
scuba-diving and rafting.  More than 20 ethnic groups, including Han,
Li, Miao, and Hui, inhabit Sanya and make Sanya a wonderful place to
appreciate the various cultures of China.

For more information, visit the conference web page or email the
secretariat at bmei2008 at hainu.edu.cn

Join us at this major event in scenic Hainan !!!

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