• HI-BI-BI 2018

    ASONAM 2018

  • Committee

    • Steering Chair
    • Reda AlhajjUniversity of Calgary, Canada
    • General Chair
    • Uffe Kock Wiil, University of Southern Denmark, Denmark
    • Fadi Aloul, American University of Sharjah, UAE
    • Program Chairs
    • Shang Gao, Jilin University, China
    • Buket Kaya, Firat University, Turkey
    • Program Coordinator
    • Catherine Sleiman
Scientific Topics

Topics covered by HI-BI-BI 2018 include but are not limited to work in progress as well as cutting-edge and novel findings on the latest trends and developments in health informatics, encompassing areas such as:

  • Clinical and hospital human resource management and performance analysis.
  • Computer aided diagnosis.
  • Computational biomedicine, genomics, proteomics, transcriptomics, metabolimics, sociogenomics.
  • Controlled and optimized utilization of resourc.
  • Data analysis and disease biomarker prediction.
  • Data mining and machine learning techniques in health informatics.
  • Drug design, disease diagnosis and control.
  • E-health and web-based information services.
  • Evaluation and use of information technology in healthcare
  • Healthcare applications of mobile and pervasive technologies.
  • Human-computer interaction.
  • Future developments in technologies and applications.
  • Intelligent Health Information Systems & Decision Support Systems.
  • Integration and sharing of heterogeneous health information systems.
  • Integration and sharing of heterogeneous health data sources.
  • Information and image retrieval.
  • Language parsing methods in biomedicine.
  • Modelling, simulation and evaluation of healthcare services
  • Mobile solutions for sharing information in healthcare services
  • Patient tracking and monitoring: spatio-temporal models
  • Privacy protection and data security in health informatics systems.
  • Process management and collaborative work.
  • Reuse in Health Information System development and maintenance.
  • Signal processing and streaming databases.
  • Spread and control of epidemics.
  • Social network modelling and analysis in health informatics.
  • User interfaces and visualization for health informatics systems.