Call for Papers

                                                                                                   KEY DATES
Paper Submission Ends
May 20, 2015 
Acceptance Notification
June 15, 2015
Final Paper Deadline
July 15, 2015


RAMI 2015 invites original and unpublished work from individuals active in the broad theme of the Workshop. Authors should submit their papers online using EDAS. Unregistered authors should first create an account on EDAS to log on. Further guidelines for submission are posted at:

All papers that conform to submission guidelines will be peer reviewed and evaluated based on originality, technical and/or research content/depth, correctness, relevance to conference, contributions, and readability. The manuscripts should be submitted in PDF format. Acceptance of papers will be communicated to authors by email. At least one full paying author of each accepted paper must register for the Conference before the indicated deadline. Accepted and presented papers will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases. Independently of the presentation type, all papers are included in the proceedings.​

Topics of interest include but not limited to:

  • Classification tools for image-based diagnosis
  • Computer aided diagnosis systems
  • Data acquisition and signal processing
  • Data mining
  • Design and development methodologies for healthcare IT
  • E-Health information delivery systems
  • Electronic health records and standards
  • Health informatics theory and methods
  • Health science education
  • Healthcare management systems
  • Human-machine interfaces for disabled persons
  • Information and knowledge fusion
  • Information retrieval
  • Knowledge management and knowledge transfer
  • Laboratory information processing
  • Medical and biological imaging
  • Medical informatics in the management of chronic diseases
  • Mobile technologies for healthcare applications
  • Pattern recognition and machine learning
  • Pervasive health systems and services
  • Pharmacy, nursing, dental, cognitive and veterinary informatics
  • Physiological modeling
  • Policy and ethical issues
  • Security, privacy and trust
  • Telemedicine
  • Therapeutic systems and technologies
  • Visualization
  • Wearable health informatics
  • Workflow and human factors (clinical, operational, organizational)
  • Working with industry in delivering information and care