09:00 Welcome Desk & Registration (09:00 - 09:30)
09:30 - 11:00 - Room Berlin B Parallel Session 8 - BIOSIGNALS
  • 43: Spatio-Temporal Comparison Between ERD/ERS and MRCP-Based Movement Prediction Anett Seeland, Laura Manca, Frank Kirchner and Elsa Andrea Kirchner
  • 76: ECG Biometrics Using a Dissimilarity Space Representation Francisco Armando David da Silva Marques, André Lourenço, Carlos Carreiras, Ana Fred and Rui Ferreira
  • 52: Conceptual Design and Evaluation of a Multichannel ECG Data Acquisition Device Mohammadreza Robaei, Yesim Serinagaoglu Dogrusoz and Fikret Küçükdeveci
09:30 - 11:00 - Room Geneva Parallel Session 8 - HEALTHINF
  • 26: A Mathematical Model for The Carolina Software for Estimating Age Levels in the Medical Protocol Salvatore Cuomo, Antonella Olivo, Pasquale De Michele, Francesco Piccialli, Vincenzo Schiano Di Cola and Ennio Del Giudice
  • 84: Matching Task and Technology Characteristics to Predict mHealth Tool Use and User Performance: A Study of Community Health Workers in the Kenyan Context Maradona Gatara and Jason Cohen
  • 126: Modelling domain knowledge of Speech and Language Therapy with an OWL ontology and OpenEHR archetypes Vladimir Robles-Bykbaev, Martín López-Nores, Jorge García-Duque, José J. Pazos-Arias and Juan Ochoa-Zambrano
  • 135: Fundus Imaging Based Affordable Eye Care Kolin Paul and Vijay Kumar
09:30 - 11:00 - Room Berlin A Parallel Session 8a - HEALTHINF
  • 112: Smarter Healthcare: Built on Informatics and Cybernetics Fred Maymir-Ducharme, Lee Angelelli, Prithvi Rao and Susan Carlson
  • 115: On the need for federated authorization in cross-organizational e-health platforms Maarten Decat, Dimitri Van Landuyt, Bert Lagaisse and Wouter Joosen
  • 123: Development of web-based system for a cohort study: the Brazilian e-NutriHS Luciana D. Folchetti, Isis Tande da Silva , Bianca de Almeida Pititto and Sandra R. G. Ferreira
  • 102: Method of screening the health of persons with high risk for potential lifestyle-related diseases using LDA Keisuke Ogawa, Kazunori Matsumoto, Masayuki Hashimoto and Ryoichi Nagatomi
09:30 - 11:00 - Room Mediterranean 5 Parallel Session 8 - BIOINFORMATICS
  • 39: Computer annotation of nucleic acid sequences in bacterial genomes using phylogenetic profiles Eugene Korotkov and Michael Golishev
  • 40: Patterns of Codon Usage in Plastidial Genomes of Ancient Plants provide insights into Evolution Gitanjali Yadav
  • 46: Fast Alignment-free Comparison for Regulatory Sequences Using Multiple Resolution Entropic Profiles Matteo Comin and Morris Antonelli
11:00 Coffee-Break (11:00 - 11:45)
11:00 - 12:00 - Mediterranean 1 Posters Session 3
  • 44: Comparison of Recognition Accuracy of ADL with Sensor Wearing Positions using 3-axis Accelerometer Dong Ik Shin, Sekyeong Joo and Soo Jin Huh
  • 47: A Low-Power Color Mosaic Image Compressor Based on Optimal Combination of 1-D Discrete Wavelet Packet Transform and DPCM for Wireless Capsule Endoscopy Kinde A. Fante, Basabi Bhaumik and Shouri Chatterjee
  • 49: System for Posture Evaluation and Correction - Development of a Second Prototype for an Intelligent Chair Hugo Pereira, Leonardo Martins, Rui Almeida, Bruno Ribeiro, Claudia Quaresma, Adelaide Ferreira and Pedro Vieira
  • 27: Quantitative Scoring of Muscle Involvement in MRI of Neuromuscular Diseases Maria Evelina Fantacci, Guja Astrea, Roberta Battini, Alessandra Retico, Chiara Sottocornola and Michela Tosetti
  • 48: Can evolutionary rate matrices be estimated from allele frequencies? Conrad Burden
  • 52: Application of Ant Colony Optimization for Mapping the Combinatorial Phylogenetic Search Space Alexander Safatli and Christian Blouin
  • 67: Towards a Unified Named Entity Recognition System: Disease Mention Identification Tsendsuren Munkhdalai, Meijing Li, Khuyagbaatar Batsuren and Keun Ho Ryu
  • 15: Intuitionistic Fuzzy Sets with Shannon Relative Entropy Lingling Zhao, Yingjun Zhang, Peijun Ma, Xiaohong Su and Chunmei Shi
  • 16: Identification of Observations of Correct or Incorrect Actions Using Second Order Statistical Features of Event Related Potentials Pantelis A. Asvestas, Alexandra Korda, Spiros A. Kostopoulos, Irene S. Karanasiou, George K. Matsopoulos and Errikos M. Ventouras
  • 37: Binary Reweighted l1 -norm Minimization for One-Bit Compressed Sensing Hui Wang, Xiaolin Huang, Yipeng Liu, Sabine Van Huffel and Qun Wan
  • 48: Multi-biosignals analysis: The effect of peripheral nerve stimulation on skin conductance and heart rate variability Tiago Araújo, Pedro Dias, Neuza Nunes and Hugo Gamboa
  • 53: Packet-size-Controlled ECG Compression Algorithm based on Discrete Wavelet Transform and Running Length Encoding Asiya Al-Busaidi and Lazhar Khriji
  • 55: SMUAP Decomposition Method Considering Estimated Distance from Surface Electrodes to Motor Unit during Voluntary Isovelocity Elbow Flexion Jun Akazawa and Ryuhei Okuno
  • 85: Medical Device Software Process Improvement - A Perspective from a Medical Device company Marie Travers and Ita Richardson
  • 93: The analysis of relationship between diabetes and cancer from 2006-2013 hospital inpatients Shumei Miao, Xiaoping Zhou, Xin Zhang, Hongwei Shan, Xinyi Huang, Zhongmin Wang, Jianqiu Kou, Yun Liu, Yixin Zhu and Kai Leng
  • 94: Identifying Risk Prone Hip Prostheses Based on Predicate Ancestry W Melo, P Mork, D Simonson and J Stanford
  • 98: Pervasive Health and Regulatory Frameworks Alexandra Queirós, Anabela Silva, Hilma Caravau, Alina Ferreira, Margarida Cerqueira, Joaquim Alvarelhao, Milton Santos and Nelson Fernando Pacheco da Rocha
  • 111: Design of a Mobile Application for Eye Signs Screening Ana Silva, Pedro Gomes, Daniel Pereira, Ana Castro and Sandra Guimarães
  • 119: Design of a Remote Treatment Monitoring and Seizure Warning System Framework for Epilepsy Patients C. L. Martínez-González, J. Mendizabal Navarro and N. I. Plascencia Álvarez
  • 130: Archetypes Development in Electrophysiology Domain - Electroencephalography as a Personal EHR System Module Václav Papež and Roman Mouček
  • 139: Clinical Processes And Its Data, What Can We Do With Them? Eric Rojas, Marcos Sepúlveda and Michael Arias
  • 5: A Web Application for Automatic Analysis on Life-style Factors Affecting Personal Health from Self-tracking Data - Towards User-side Statistics Free Personal Data Analysis Zilu Liang
12:00 Lunch (12:00 - 13:30)
13:30 - 15:00 - Room Mediterranean 2 Parallel Session 9 - BIODEVICES
  • 36: A Nano-opto-mechanical pressure mapping sensor via Bragg structure waveguide for biomedical sensing Xin Zhao
  • 38: Vertebral Metrics - Automation of a Non-invasive Instrument to Analyse the Spine Ana Gabriel, Claudia Quaresma and Pedro Vieira
  • 39: Direct and inverse models of human arm dynamics Duarte Valério, André Ventura, Inés Tejado and Jorge Martins
  • 41: Fault Modeling of Implantable MEMS Sensors Jose A. Miguel, Y. Lechuga, M. Martinez and J. R. Berrazueta
13:30 - 15:00 - Room Berlin B Parallel Session 9 - BIOSIGNALS
  • 42: Application of a MEMS blood flowmeter for power spectrum analysis of heart rate variability Terukazu Akiyama, Tatsuya Miyazaki, Hiroki Ito, Hirofumi Nogami and Renshi Sawada
  • 44: Electromyographic signal dynamic behavior in neuropathies: spectral parameters evaluation and classification Maria Marta Santos, Ana Luisa Gomes, Mamede Carvalho, Susana Pinto, Hugo Gamboa and Carla Quintão
13:30 - 15:00 - Room Geneva Parallel Session 9 - HEALTHINF
  • 64: Self-Serve ICT-based Health Monitoring to Support Active Ageing Mobyen Uddin Ahmed, Jesica Rivero-Espinosa, Alenka Reissner , Àlex Domingo , Hadi Banaee, Amy Loutfi and Xavier Rafael-Palou
  • 71: Heart disease diagnosis using C4.5 algorithms: a case study Ali Idri, Ilham Kadi and Halima Benjelloun
  • 73: Supporting Multi-Level User-Driven Detection of Guideline Interactions Luca Piovesan, Gianpaolo Molino and Paolo Terenziani
  • 144: Tool Facilitating Construction of Ontologies on the KIM Platform Roman Mouček, Jan Smitka and Petr Ježek
13:30 - 15:00 - Room Berlin A Parallel Session 9a - HEALTHINF
  • 50: Framing Self-Quantification for Individual-Level Preventive Health Care Zilu Liang and Mario Alberto Chapa Martell
  • 107: An Architecture to Support Ultrasound Report Generation and Standardisation Nur Zareen Zulkarnain, Gillian Crofts and Farid Meziane
  • 143: On the validation of computerised lung auscultation Guilherme Campos and João Quintas
15:00 - 16:00 - Room New York Keynote Lecture How to Cross the Border from R to D? - The Example of Conception of New Medical Devices Lionel Pazart, CHU, France
16:00 - 16:15 - Room New York Closing Session
16:15 Farewell Drink (16:15 - 16:45)