3rd International Conference on Bio-inspired Systems and Signal Processing (BIOSIGNALS)
|Event Date/Time: Jan 20, 2010||End Date/Time: Jan 23, 2010|
|Paper Submission Date: Jul 21, 2009|
The purpose of the 3rd International Conference on Bio-inspired Systems and Signal Processing is to bring together researchers and practitioners from multiple areas of knowledge, including biology, medicine, engineering and other physical sciences, interested in studying and using models and techniques inspired from or applied to biological systems. A diversity of signal types can be found in this area, including image, audio and other biological sources of information. The analysis and use of these signals is a multidisciplinary area including signal processing, pattern recognition and computational intelligence techniques, amongst others.
BIOSIGNALS encourages authors to submit papers to one of the main topics indicated below, describing original work, including methods, techniques, advanced prototypes, applications, systems, tools or survey papers, reporting research results and/or indicating future directions. Accepted papers will be presented at the conference by one of the authors and published in the proceedings. Acceptance will be based on quality, relevance and originality. There will be both oral and poster sessions. The proceedings will be indexed by several major international indexers.
Special sessions are also welcome. Please contact the secretariat for further information on how to propose a special session. Additional information can be found at http://www.biosignals.org.
- Medical Signal Acquisition, Analysis and Processing
- Wearable Sensors and Systems
- Real-time Systems
- Pattern Recognition
- Computational Intelligence
- Evolutionary Systems
- Neural Networks
- Speech Recognition
- Acoustic Signal Processing
- Time and Frequency Response
- Wavelet Transform
- Medical Image Detection, Acquisition, Analysis and Processing
- Physiological Processes and Bio-signal Modeling, Non-linear dynamics
- Cybernetics and User Interface Technologies
- Electromagnetic fields in biology and medicine