Here we can post the links to relevant conferences which are easily accessible and some reference papers relevant to our project background

IEEE Conferences in India during 2013Feb-Dec

Some relevant ones are


@CHENNAI -Saveetha University-15 May 13


@NI KANYAKUMARY -30/01/201
Full Paper Submission : 15th Feb 2013

Notification of Acceptance : 20th Feb 2013 to 28th Feb 2013

Camera ready Paper Submission : 28th Feb 2013 to 6th March 2013

with registration

Conference Date : 11th & 12th April 201



An interesting paper shared by Dr.Beth during the open hardware conference
Open Data Kit Sensors: A Sensor Integration Framework for Android at the Application-Level


1.Mengling Feng; Zhuo Zhang; Feng Zhang; Yu Ge; Liang Yu Loy; Vellaisamy, K.; Wenyuan Guo; Pei Loon Chin; King, N.K.K.; Beng Ti Ang; Cuntai Guan. iSyNCC: An intelligent system for patient monitoring and clinical decision support in Neuro-Critical-Care. IEMBS 2011; 6426 - 6429

2. Thongpithoonrat, Pongnarin; McKneely, Paul K.; Gumudavelli, Suman; Gurkan, D.; Chapman, Frank M. Networking and plug-and-play of bedside medical instruments. EMBS 2008; 1514 - 1517

3. Fortier, P.; Jagannathan, S.; Michel, H.; Dluhy, N.; Oneill, E. Development of a hand-held real-time decision support aid for critical care nursing. HICSS 2003

4. Bosman RJ, Rood E, Oudemans-van Straaten HM, Van der Spoel JI, Wester JP, Zandstra DF. Intensive care information system reduces documentation time of the nurses after cardiothoracic surgery. Intensive Care Med.2003; 29:83-90.

5. Bhutkar, G.; Rajhans, N.; Katre, D.; Dhore, P.D.M.; Barbadekar, B. Analysis and design of ICU Knowledge Management System (IKMS) for Indian environment with usability perspective. ICCAE 2010 : 329 - 333

6. Nahm R, Poston I. Measurement of the effects of an integrated, point-of-care computer system on quality of nursing documentation and patient satisfaction. Comput Nurs 2000; 18:220–229.

7. Saeed, M.; Lieu, C.; Raber, G.; Mark, R.G . MIMIC II: a massive temporal ICU patient database to support research in intelligent patient monitoring. Computers in Cardiology, 2002 : 641 - 644

8. Fraenkel DJ, Cowie M, Daley P. Quality benefits of an intensive care clinical information system. CritCare Med. 2003; 31:120-5.

9. Yi Mao; Yixin Chen; Hackmann, G.; Minmin Chen; Chenyang Lu; Kollef, M.; Bailey, T.C. Medical Data Mining for Early Deterioration Warning in General Hospital Wards. ICDMW,2011; 1042 - 1049

10. Apkon M, Singhaviranon P. Impact of an electronic information system on physician workflow and data collection in the intensive care unit. Intensive Care Med 2000; 27: 122–130. 11. Joon Lee; Scott, D.J.; Villarroel, M.; Clifford, G.D.; Saeed, M.; Mark, R.G. Open-access MIMIC-II database for intensive care research. EMBC 2011 : 8315 – 8318

11. Joon Lee; Scott, D.J.; Villarroel, M.; Clifford, G.D.; Saeed, M.; Mark, R.G. Open-access MIMIC-II database for intensive care research. EMBC 2011 : 8315 – 8318

12. Shashi Gunawardane, Ravindra Koggalage, Ranga Rodrigo, Senaka Rajapakse. A Computer-Based ICU Patient Alert And Decision Support System. SLJCC , 2009, vol 1, 35-41.

13. Insup Lee, Oleg Sokolsky, Sanjian Chen. Challenges and Research Directions in Medical Cyber-Physical Systems.

Invited Paper in Special Issue on Cyber-Physical Systems, Proceedings of the IEEE, vol.100, no.1, pp.75-90, Jan. 2012.

14. Nathalie Bricon-Soufa, Conrad R. Newmanb. Context awareness in health care: A review.
International Journal of Medical Informatics 76 (2007)2–12