Thanks to everyone who contributed to the success of the 11th edition of #eHPWAS.
We received a significant number of papers and maintained a low acceptance rate, resulting in a fruitful event.
The full-day session at #WiMob (rank B) showcased high-quality presentations and fostered excellent interaction among attendees.
We invite you to join us for #eHPWAS 2024, which will take place in Europe. Start preparing now for this exciting event!
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The Eleventh international workshop on e-Health
Pervasive Wireless Applications and Services e-HPWAS'23
(in conjunction with the 19th WiMob conference) targets providing optimal, secured and context aware e-health
services with the best quality of services (QoS) and users
experience (QoE). Applications and services are considered
in wireless environments and architecture with the use of IoT (Internet of things), big data analysis and a strong
heterogeneity of the used access technologies, sensors,
terminals, users needs and services (data, content,
live streams or complex network services).
services and applications can involve the use of heavy
content such as multimedia content and streams (e.g. 3D-TV,
media conferencing, remote live diagnostics) using conventional
e-health devices but also using terminals like smart TV sets, home-boxes, smartphones and tablets.
The considered issues of e-HPWAS are related to e-Health
care and safety services provided for patients, elderly
and dependent persons. These services are generally built
using different communication technologies, for different
profiles of people and in different contexts and places
(e.g. in health institutions, at home, in the city). Provided services should, ideally, be accessible anytime, anywhere and using any kind of device or platform.
the submission of original works describing research results,
practical or industrial e-health solutions. Papers describing
advanced prototypes, platforms, techniques and general survey
for discussing future perspectives and directions are also
encouraged. CALL FOR PAPERS >>
All accepted papers of the workshop will be published in the 19h WiMob proceedings.
All the Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases.
The workshops will be held in Montreal, Canada - June 21, 2023.
A selection of accepted papers of high quality will be considered and authors
will be invited to produce an extended version to be published
in a special issue of the Sensors Journal (ISSN: 1424-8220, Impact Factor: 3.847 (2021) / JCR - Q2 / CiteScore - Q1) indexed within Scopus, PubMed, and other important databases.
For any enquiries, please contact:
Left to submit (LAST EXTENSION: April 24, 2023 - firm deadline due to many requests) EST/EDT: