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Herman J. Woltring
02-10-1991, 11:23 PM
Commission of the European Communities
1st EUROPEAN CONFERENCE ON BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING
Acropolis Conference Centre
17 - 20 February 1991, NICE, French Riviera
Sponsored by the French Ministry of Research

Total number of papers: 210
Total number of posters: 180

Details and Registration:
SEPFI-ECBE, 3 Rue de la Michodi`ere, F-75002 PARIS, France
Tel. +33(1).47.429256, Fax +33(1).42.661428


Full participation costs: 1750 FF, registered students: 840 FF
One-day tickets: 900 FF, Lucheon tichets: 150 FF / meal

Payment by cheque, bank transfer, or VISA credit card.


SESSION TITLES [various parallel sessions]


Sunday, 17 Feb:

OPENING CEREMONY at 17:30


Monday, 18 Feb:

Systems Approach to Health Care Delivery and Assessment of Health Technology
(a) Technology Assessment in Health Care
(b) Man Machine Interactions
(c) Systems Approach I

Medical Imaging and Image Processing
(a) Ultrasound Imaging
(b) Tomographic Imaging I

Medical Imaging and Image Processing
Plenary session
(a) MR/MRS Imaging
(b) Digital Radiography and Ultrasound
(c) Tomographic Imaging II

Systems Approach to Health Care Delivery and Assessment of Health Technology
(a) Systems Approach II

Biomedical Sensors and Signal Processing
(a) Signal Processing I


Tuesday 19 Feb:


Rehabilitation Engineering and Tools for Living
Plenary Session
(a) Motoric Impaired
(b) Sensorial Impairment
(c) Technical Aides

Medical Imaging and Image Processing
(a) Cellular Imaging

Biomedical Sensors and Signal Processing
(a) Signal Processing II

Biomedical Sensors and Signal Processing
Plenary Session
(a) Signal Processing III
(b) Mechanical Sensors in Medicine
(c) Chemical Sensors

Rehabilitation Engineering and Tools form Living
(a) Rehabilitation Technology

Hospital Information Systems and Medical Decision Making
(a) Knowledge Based Systems


Wednesday 20 Feb:


Hospital Information Systems and Medical Decision Making
Plenary Session
(a) Use of Signal Analysis for Medical Decision Making
(b) Hospital Information Systems
(c) Impact of Decision Making

Signal Techniques and Implants
(a) Laser Application

Biomedical Sensors and Signal Processing
(a) Signal Processing IV

Biomedical Sensors and Signal Processing
(a) Signal Processing V
(b) Signal Processing VI

Surgical Techniques and Implants
Plenary Session
(a) Skeletal Implants
(b) Non-skeletal implants
(c) Minimal Invasive Surgery

CLOSING CERMONY: approximately 18:30


POSTER PRESENTATIONS (Mon - Wedn)

Monday 18 Feb: Systems Approach to Health Care
Delivery and Assessment of Health Technology
Medical Imaging and Image Processing

Tuesday 19 Feb: Rehabilitation Engineering and Tools for Living
Biomedical Sensors

Wednesday 20 Feb: Hospital Information Systems and Medical Decision Making
Surgical Techniques and Implants


SATELLITE SYMPOSIUM on Cellular Engineering

Organised by the International Federation for Medical and Biological
Engineering (IFMBE), on Thursday, 21 February 1991. Further details
can be obtained from the organiser, Prof. R. Rolfe, Department of
Biomedical Engineering and Medical Physics, University of Keele Hospital
Centre, STOKE ON TRENT, U.K., Tel. +44.782.717079, FAX +44.782.747319.