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BSN 2009 : Special Issue on Invasive and Non-invasive Body Sensor Networks

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Link: http://nms.dongguk.ac.kr/jdcta/si.html
 
When Mar 15, 2009 - Aug 20, 2009
Where South Korea
Submission Deadline Mar 15, 2009
Notification Due May 20, 2009
Final Version Due Jun 20, 2009
Categories    wireless communication   wireless body area networks   wireless sensor networks   health care applications
 

Call For Papers

Body Sensor Networks allow the integration of autonomous, intelligent, low power, miniaturized, invasive and non-invasive wireless sensor nodes to monitor body status and the surrounding environment. BSNs play an important role in smart healthcare services, remote diagnostic and telemedicine, interactive and real time applications. The inclusion of wireless sensor nodes within the body requires many more constraints to be met for safe and reliable operations. There are number of enormous issues and challenges that need to be resolved in order to develop proactive, flexible, secure, power-efficient, and ambulatory BSNs.



This special issue invites high quality unpublished research papers and review articles that disseminate the state-of-the-art research and development on BSNs for medical and non-medical applications, articulate new perspectives, and highlight open issues and challenges. Topics of interest include, but not limited to:



1- Invasive and Non-invasive architectures

2- Interactive and real time BSNs

3- Pervasive health monitoring

4- Medical and Non-medical applications

5- Low Power MAC protocol Design

6- Antenna Design

7- In-body and on-body channel models

8- Telemedicine

9- Security and privacy

10- QoS provisioning

11- Wireless Implantable devices



Manuscript Submission:

Authors are requested to send the electronic version (Doc or PDF) file to sanajcs@gmail.com. In addition, authors should submit a separate cover letter, which contains the paper title, 250-words abstract, the corresponding author’s name and affiliation. All submitted papers will be rigorously reviewed and evaluated on originality and suitability to the special issue. For further inquires, please contact corresponding editor by sanajcs@gmail.com



Schedule:

Full manuscript due: March 15, 2009

Acceptance notification: May 20, 2009

Final manuscript due: June 20, 2009

Publication date: August 2009



Guest Editors:



Sana Ullah

Graduate School of IT and Telecommunication Engineering

Inha University, South Korea

Email: sanajcs@hotmail.com



Henry Higgins

Design Engineer

Zarlink Seminconductor Company ,

United Kingdom

Email: henry.higgins@zarlink.com





HyungSoo Lee

Advance PAN research Team, ETRI

1104-302 YeolMae Apt., Noeun-Dong, Yusung-Gu, Daejeon, Korea +82-42-860-5625

Email: hsulee@etri.re.kr



Kyung Sup Kwak

Professor

Graduate School of IT and Telecommunication Engineering

Inha University, South Korea

Email: kskwak@inha.ac.kr

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