TURIN, ITALY; 19–21 OCTOBER
TOPICS: Assistive, rehabilitation, and quality-of-life technologies; brain-machine interfaces; biosensors; implantable electronics; lab-on-chips; medical information systems; biomedical image processing; and biofeedback systems.
SPONSORS: IEEE Circuits and Systems, IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology, and IEEE Solid-State Circuits societies
JEJU ISLAND, SOUTH KOREA; 11–15 JULY
TOPICS: Neuromuscular and rehabilitation systems, wearable biomedical sensors, biomedical signal and image processing, cellular and tissue engineering, drug-delivery systems, neural engineering, and surgical robotics.
SPONSOR: IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society
DUBAI; 6–7 SEPTEMBER
TOPICS: Assistive technology, intelligent transportation, e-health, biomedical sensors, haptics, cloud computing, information security, robotics, embedded systems, big data, virtual reality, and natural-language processing.
SPONSORS: IEEE United Arab Emirates Section, Springer
VANCOUVER, B.C., CANADA; 24–28 SEPTEMBER
TOPICS: Assistive and medical robots, robotics for physical rehabilitation, robot companions, automation applications for health care, autonomous vehicles, brain-machine interfaces, computer vision, deep learning, manipulation for robotic prosthetics, and haptic interfaces.
SPONSORS: IEEE Industrial Electronics and IEEE Robotics and Automation societies, Robotics Society of Japan
BANFF, ALTA., CANADA; 5–8 OCTOBER
TOPICS: Assistive technology, user interface design, neural networks, machine learning, human-computer interaction, virtual and augmented reality systems, decision support systems, smart metering, intelligent transportation systems, smart sensor networks, and wearable computing.
SPONSOR: IEEE Systems, Man, and Cybernetics Society
This article is part of our June 2017 special issue on assistive tech.