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AIME 2011 - 13th Conference on: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine



VenueBled, Slovenia Slovenia



Topics/Call fo Papers

13th Conference on: Artificial Intelligence in Medicine

AIME 2011, 2-6 July 2011

Bled, Slovenia

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Program Committee Chair: Mor Peleg, University of Haifa, Haifa, Israel
Local Organization Chair: Nada Lavrac, JoÅ?ef Stefan Institute, Ljubljana, Slovenia
Doctoral Consortium Chair: Carlo Combi, University of Verona, Verona, Italy

Special Session on Applications Chairs: Ameen Abu-Hanna, University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands and Steen Andreassen, Aalborg University, Denmark

Call for Papers

The European Society for Artificial Intelligence in MEdicine (AIME), was established in 1986 with two main goals:

1.ÂÂÂÂ to foster fundamental and applied research in the application of Artificial Intelligence (AI) techniques to medical care and medical research, and

2.ÂÂÂÂ to provide a forum for reporting significant results achieved at biennial conferences.

A major activity of this society has been a series of international conferences, from Marseille (FR) in 1987 to Verona (IT) in 2009, held biennially over the last 22 years.

The AIME2011 conference will be a unique opportunity to present and improve the international state of the art of AI in Medicine from perspectives of theory, methodology, and application.

For this purpose, AIME2011 will include invited lectures, full and short papers, tutorials, workshops, and a doctoral consortium. The main conference will include a session dedicated to application of AI methods in the day-to-day practice of health care.

The conference will be held in Bled, Slovenia.

Program in a glance

Day 1 (Saturday, July 2): Doctoral symposium and tutorial(s)

Day 2-4 (July 3,4,5): main AIME conference

Day 5 (Wednesday, July 6): workshops

Invited Speakers

Manfred Reichert, Institute of Databases and Information Systems, University of Ulm, Germany

Andrey Rzhetsky, Department of Human Genetics, University of Chicago, Illinois, USA


Original contributions are sought regarding the development of theory, techniques, and applications of AI in BioMedicine, including the exploitation of AI approaches to medical informatics, healthcare organizational aspects, and to molecular medicine.
Contributions to theory may include presentation or analysis of the properties of novel AI methodologies potentially useful to solve medical problems.
Papers on techniques and methodologies should describe the development or the extension of AI methods and their implementation, and discuss the assumptions and limitations of the proposed methods and their novelty with respect to the state of the art.
Papers addressing systems should describe the requirements, design and implementation of new AI-inspired tools and systems, and discuss their applicability in the medical field.

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