AIME 97 Second CFP 
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 AIME 97 Second CFP



6th Conference on

Artificial Intelligence
in Medicine Europe
23rd - 26th  March 1997
Grenoble, France

Second Call for papers


The European Society for Artificial Intelligence in Medicine Europe (AIME)
was established in 1986 after a highly successful workshop held in Pavia
the year before. The aims of AIME are the following:

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

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

AIME also assists industry to identify high quality medical products which
exploit these techniques.


We seek to publish original contributions to the development of theory,
techniques, and applications of AI in Medicine. Contributions to theory may
include a presentation or an analysis of the properties of novel AI
methodologies potentially useful to solve relevant medical problems. Papers
on techniques should describe the development or the extension of AI
methods and their implementation. They should also discuss the assumptions
and limitations which characterize the proposed methods. Application papers
should describe the  implementation of AI systems to solve significant
medical problems, and should present sufficient information to allow
evaluation of the practical benefits of using the system.

AIME'97 will provide:

      invited papers
      contributed papers
      contributed posters
      system demonstrations
      round table discussions and panel sessions
      tutorials to introduce newcomers and discuss advanced topics

The scope includes the following methodological areas:

      knowledge representation, acquisition & validation ; machine
      uncertain, temporal, case-based reasoning
      natural language understanding
      KBS for image and signal interpretation
      monitoring and control
      AI and telemedicine
      integration of KBS and patient medical record
      resource allocation, planning and scheduling
      other areas relevant to AI in Medicine


Full papers should be submitted on or before 15th September 1996 (send
three copies to the Programme Chair). Papers should  not exceed 5000
(posters 500) words. Authors are requested to classify their submitted
paper using the categories given in the Scope. Papers must be original and
must not have been published before. All papers will be carefully reviewed
by at least two independent and highly respected referees.

All accepted papers will be published in the Conference Proceedings (the
Proceedings will be published by Springer Verlag, under their Lecture Notes
in AI Series).

We also invite submission of tutorial proposals or panel discussions on the
topics relevant to this Conference. A one-page abstract of the tutorial, as
well as further relevant data concerning the topic and the presenter (one
page curriculum vitae of the lecturer, previous presentations of the
tutorial, target audience, etc) should be sent to the Tutorials Chair.


      Receipt of full papers and tutorial proposals for consideration:  
    15th September 1996
      Notification of acceptance:                                        
                       15th November 1996
      Receipt of camera-ready manuscript:                                
               15th December 1996


The Conference will be held at Grenoble World Trade Center, in France, on
23rd-26th March 1997. The Conference programme and registration form will
be available from the Secretariat of the Conference and will be sent to
those who return the attached reply form. Tutorials will be held on 23rd
March 1997. The working language is English and will be used for all
printed material, presentations and discussions.

The Conference will be held immediately after the first joint conference of
CVRMED & MRCAS (Computer Vision, Virtual Reality and Robotics in Medicine,
Application to Computer Assisted Surgery) which will be held at Grenoble
World Trade Center, on 20th-22nd March, 1997. This conference will provide
a unique opportunity to gain an insight into advanced research in
computer-based technologies applied to surgery and therapy
( http://www.***.com/ ).


Registration fees include participation in the technical programme, a copy
of the proceedings, all lunches and refreshments during the Conference, and
the Welcome Party on the evening of Monday 24th March.
Fees are in French Francs (FFr).

      Early registration      (before February 15th, 1997):              
       2 300 FFr
      Late registration       (after February 15th, 1997):              
          2 850 FFr
      Early student registration      (before February 15th, 1997):      
   1 300 FFr
      Late student registration       (after February 15th, 1997):      
      1 650 FFr

Students should attach a letter of support from their supervisor or
institution confirming student status.


A Technical Exhibition will be held in association with the Conference.
Those requiring further details of layout and charges should indicate this
on the attached reply form.


Elpida Keravnou (Chair) (Nicosia, Cyprus)

S{*filter*} Andreassen (Aalborg, Denmark)
Pedro Barahona (Lisboa, Portugal)
Robert Baud (Geneva, Switzerland)
Jan van Bemmel (Rotterdam, The Netherlands)
Enrico Coiera (Bristol, United Kingdom)
Carlo Combi (Milano, Italy)
Luca Console (Torino, Italy)
Michel Dojat (Crteil, France)
Rolf Engelbrecht (Munich, Germany)
John Fox (London, United Kingdom)
Catherine Garbay (Grenoble, France)
Werner Horn (Vienna, Austria)
Jim Hunter (Aberdeen, United Kingdom)
Nada Lavrac (Ljubljana, Slovenia)
Stelios Orphanoudakis (Heraklion, Greece)
Alan Rector (Manchester, United Kingdom)
Costas Spyropoulos (Athens, Greece)
Mario Stefanelli (Pavia, Italy)
Mario Veloso (Lisboa, Portugal)
John Washbrook (London, United Kingdom)
Jeremy Wyatt (London, United Kingdom)


Catherine Garbay (Chair, TIMC, Grenoble)
Robert Baud (co-Chair, Univ. Geneva)

Jean-Dominique Monet (TIMC, Grenoble)
Georges Weil (TIMC, Grenoble)
Nicole Brochier (TIMC, Grenoble)
Paulette Souillard (TIMC, Grenoble)

Catherine Plottier (Destination-Congrs,
Jacques Chevallier (Grenoble Isre Promotion)
Pierre Kermen (UJF, Grenoble)


        Programme Committee Chair

Elpida Keravnou
Department of Computer Science
University of Cyprus
75 Kallipoleos Street, P.O. Box 537
CY-1678 Nicosia - Cyprus
Tel: + 357 2 338705
Fax: + 357 2 339062

        Organizing Committee Chair

Catherine Garbay
Institut Bonniot - Domaine de la Merci
38706 La Tronche - France
Tl : + 33 76 54 94 85
Fax : + 33 76 54 95 49

WWW: http://www.***.com/

        Organizing Committee Co-Chair

Robert Baud
Centre d'Informatique Hospitalire
Hopital Cantonal Universitaire de
CH-1214 Genve - Suisse
Fax : + 41 22 372 62 55

        Tutorials Chair

Jeremy Wyatt
Biomedical Informatics Unit
Imperial Cancer Research Fund
Lincoln's Inn Fields, PO Box 123
London WC2A 3PX - United Kingdom
Tel: + 44 - 71 - 269 3637
Fax: + 44 - 71 - 269 3186


73 bis Grande Rue,
Tel: + 33 76 01 00 54
Fax: + 33 76 63 16 36


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