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6th International Symposium on Biomedical Simulation ISBMS'14

ISBMS – October 16–17, 2014

  • Apr 02 / 2014
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ISBMS – October 16–17, 2014


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The International Symposium on Biomedical Simulation (ISBMS) is a well-established scientific meeting that provides an international forum for researchers interested in using biomedical simulation technology for the improvement of patient care and patient safety. The symposium will be co-organized by the SHACRA team from Inria, the SiMMS group from Imperial College London, and IHU-Strasbourg. It will be hosted at IRCAD, a center of excellence in surgical training. ISBMS aims to bring together simulation users with those involved in its scientific and technological developments.

Proceeding are now available online.

LNCS 8789 is now available online. You can find information about it including a link to access the online content at Springer website

In continuation of the spirit of previous symposia at INRIA (2003)CIMIT (2004)ETH (2006)Imperial College (2008) and Phoenix (2010), ISBMS’14 will be held as a single track meeting to stimulate participants in sharing their latest work and discuss future trends and applications. In addition to original scientific contributions (8-page papers), this meeting will propose a session to present promising preliminary results (4-page papers). Both long and short papers will be selected based on double-blinded peer review. The meeting will also offer opportunities to exhibit demonstration systems and panel discussions will be dedicated to crucial topics in biomedical simulation and fostering closer interaction between scientists and engineers with simulation stakeholders. The proceedings of the symposium including long and short papers will be published in the Springer Lecture Notes in Computer Science (LNCS) series.

Organised by:
The SHACRA team at Inria
SiMMS group at Imperial College
IHU Strasbourg
Hosted at IRCAD

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Topics of interest

  • Anatomical modeling from medical images
  • Modeling and simulation of tissue deformation
  • Multi-level and multi-scale modeling
  • Biophysical properties of living tissues
  • Physiological modeling of organs and systems
  • Validation of biomedical models
  • Evaluation and clinical integration of training / assistance systems
  • Simulators for training and rehearsal
  • Virtual and augmented reality tools for medicine
  • Haptic feedback in biomedical simulation
  • Real-time aspects of biomedical simulation