[Computational-biology] 10th International Conference on Complexity
in Acute Illness (ICCAI)
- "Individualized Medicine - From Data Deluge to Outcome Optimization",
September 8th-11th in Bonn, Germany - UPDATE
First of all, sorry for crossposting, but this is a truly
ICCAI is a highly interdisciplinary forum focusing on bringing
together critical care physicians, anesthesiologists, mathematicians,
bioengineers, physicists, and computer scientists interested in
improving acute care outcomes through the application of advanced
quantitative methodology to clinical and experimental data.
For details, as well as online abstract submission and registration,
see the conference website (http://www.iccai.org, click session
headers within the Scientific Program for the main meeting for full
As you will notice, we have thankfully been able to recruit a number
of internationally respected thought leaders to present their recent
work, making for a really exciting Scientific Program.
Stuart Russell, Berkeley, will present the keynote lecture. For the
first time, a session is dedicated to the application of machine
learning methodology to critical care data. Also for the first time,
this year's ICCAI features an optional tutorial day (September 8th)
organized by John Doyle from Caltech preceding the main meeting that
will provide an expert introduction to quantitative methodologies for
physicians and biologists.
The deadlines are:
-abstract submissions: July 10th, 2011
-notification of acceptance: July 17th
-end of "early bird" registration: July 20th
Contributions within the general scope of the meeting will be
considered, including purely methodological work with potential
application to critical care data. Accepted abstracts will be
published in the journal of critical care.
Do not hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Sven Zenker, Dpt. of Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine,
University of Bonn Medical Center
Organizer, ICCAI 2011