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PhyCS 2014 - Lisbon talks "Physiological Computing"

Physiological computing is defined as the design and development of systems that use software and hardware to sense, process, and respond to the numerous signals produced by our body; Lisbon will be home to the International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems.

 

Between January 7 and 9, 2014, Lisbon will be home to the International Conference on Physiological Computing Systems (PhyCS), which will comprise both an industrial and a scientific program:

 

This conference has the cooperation of Philips Research, the ACM SIGCHI, the Health Cluster Portugal, and several other partners, and will be held together with other events that are expected to gather over 500 people to discuss the state-of-the-art and future trends in the field.

Authors are invited to submit their work until July 30th, 2013; Springer has agreed to edit a LNCS volume with selected papers from the conference, and special issues for thematic areas will be held in the ACM Transactions on Computer-Human Interaction, and in the Springer Journal of Multimedia Tools and Applications.
 
This event is organized by the INSTICC, and several Keynote Speakers are already confirmed such as António Câmara (YDreams), Gernot Müller-Putz (TUG), Sandro Carrara (EPFL), and Thomas Falck (Philips Research).

 

(10 July 2013)