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CBMS 2011 - the 24th International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems
 
June 27th - 30th, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK

Conference Programme

The programme for HealthGrid 2011 (27th-28th June) and CBMS 2011 (27th-30th June) is shown below.


Key:  

CBMS

HealthGrid

Sponsored Event

Reception/Dinner

Refreshment/Lunch break

 

 

Monday 27th

Tuesday 28th

09:00

HealthGrid 2011 opens

Keynote: Professor Richard Sinnott, Melbourne

CBMS 1


MEDICAL ROBOTICS

CBMS 2

KNOWLEDGE DISCOVERY
AND DECISION SYSTEMS IN BIOMEDICINE

09:30
10:00

Posters - Setting Up

10:30

CBMS Tutorial

Ontologies

Dr Sonja Zillner, Siemens
Dr Daniel Sonntag, DFKI
Dr Kamran Munir, UWE

HealthGrid 1

DATA SHARING AND SECURITY

and

FRONTENDS AND APPLICATIONS

11:00

Posters

11:30

EGI Sponsored Keynote: Steve Brewer

12:00

Student Lunch – Research Leaders

HealthGrid AGM

12:30

HealthGrid Board of Directors Working Lunch

13:00

CBMS 3

TECHNOLOGY ENHANCED LEARNING IN MEDICAL EDUCATION

Track Keynote:
Iraklis Paraskakis, SEERC

CBMS 4

ONTOLOGIES, TERMINOLOGIES AND LANGUAGE PROCESSING

and

COMPUTATIONAL PROTEOMICS AND GENOMICS

13:30

CBMS Tutorial

Visualization

Dr Femida Gwadry‑Sridhar

HealthGrid 2


CORE TECHNOLOGIES

14:00
14:30
15:00

Posters

Posters

15:30

HealthGrid – Jean-Claude Healy Lecture

Dr Vincent Breton, IdG, CNRS

CBMS 2011 opens

Keynote: Mary Kratz, PEPFAR

16:00
16:30

 

CBMS 5

SUPPORTING COLLABORATION IN HEALTHCARE

and

COMMUNICATION AND INTERFACES IN HEALTHCARE

HealthGrid

Life Sciences Grid Community

Showcases

17:00

CBMS & HealthGrid Tutorial

Cloud Computing

Dr David Wallom, OERC, Oxford
Dr Peter Bloodsworth, UWE

17:30
18:00

 

18:30

British Computer Society, Bristol Branch

Cloud Computing in Healthcare & Biomedicine

Ian Herbert, Vice-Chair, BCS Health
Dr Nick Papanikolaou, HP Labs
Professor Luciano Floridi, Herts/Oxford
Dr Hanene Boussi Rahmouni, UWE

Chaired By:
Dr Peter Murphy, Bristol Children's Hospital
and UK Faculty of Health Informatics

 

19:00

Conference Dinner

after dinner speaker
Professor Peter Barham, University of Bristol
“The science of taste and flavour”

19:30
20:00
20:30

Reception

21:00
21:30
22:00

 

 

Wednesday 29th

Thursday 30th

09:00

CBMS

Keynote: Professor Harold Thimbleby, Swansea

PhD Student Workshop

 Surviving your PhD
 Research Ethics

HL7 Workshop

Ann Wrightson, HL7 UK

09:30

10:00

Posters

10:30

CBMS 6

ASSISTIVE TECHNOLOGIES

Track Keynote:
Dr Ian Anderson, Bristol

CBMS 7

STREAMS, SIGNALS AND VISUALIZATION

and

BIOMEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING AND INFORMATICS

 

11:00

PhD Student Workshop

Panel
&
Presentations

HL7 Workshop

continued

11:30

12:00

12:30

Student Lunch – Graduates of the Last Decade

CBMS Committee Lunch

13:00

 Bidding for funds

13:30

CBMS

Keynote: Professor Iain Buchan, Manchester

Lunch to take away

CBMS Committee Lunch

14:00

14:30

 

 

Students with an imaging specialization have the option to attend the Young Vision Researchers' Colloquium in the afternoon. Registration for this event is required by Wednesday 22nd June.

CBMS 8

INTELLIGENT PATIENT MANAGEMENT

and

GUIDELINES AND HEALTHCARE

and

ORGANIZATION OF HEALTHCARE

CBMS 9

 

BIOMEDICAL IMAGE PROCESSING AND INFORMATICS

continued

15:00

15:30

16:00

16:30

17:00

 

17:30

CBMS

Keynote: Professor Frances Griffiths, Warwick

18:00

18:30

CBMS

Prizes and Closing Remarks

19:00

 

See map of restaurants.

19:30

20:00

  A short comfort break will be provided within the session

 


 

Avon Gorge Hotel

Avon Gorge Hotel's White Lion Bar and Terrace

If the weather is nice we intend to gather informally at the Avon Gorge Hotel's Terrace Bar (located here) from about 4:00 pm on the afternoon and evening of Sunday June 26th. Everyone attending the conference is welcome to come along. The terrace offers an excellent panoramic view of Brunel's famous Clifton Suspension Bridge as well as the local countryside. The bar serves a wide variety of beers, wine and spirits and pub food.

Please note that the terrace often gets busy later in the evening and parking can also be problematic, so you are advised to arrive early.

If the weather is poor, we will be at the Watershed Café/Bar (located here) in the city centre instead.


Event Sponsors

IEEE   The British Computer Society (BCS), Bristol Branch   Association for Computing Machinery   University of the West of England, Bristol