Call for Sessions, Workshops, Minisymposia
We encourage you to participate in our conference with a Session, Symposium, or Workshop. There are several benefits for the organizers:
1. For every 5 fully registered papers, the organizer is entitled to submit a sixth paper without paying any registration fees.
2. Successful Session organizers will Chair their session
3. Successful Session organizers will be included in the Committee of AMACS 2018
4. Successful Session organizers will receive an additional ticket for the banquet
5. Successful Session organizers will receive a Certificate for the organization of their session
6. Successful Session organizers will be invited to spend one seminar in the University of the organizers as Invited Professors or Invited Scholars.
*Successful Session is any session with 5 or more than registered papers with fully registration
Send us your Special Session by email: firstname.lastname@example.org, Title / Organizer / Aim / Topics as the approved symposia / sessions here
1. International Symposium on Knowledge Computing in Bio-medical Informatics and Healthcare
Chairman: Prof. Abdel-Badeeh M. Salem, Professor of Computer Science, Head of Medical Informatics and Knowledge Engineering Research Labs, Faculty of Computer and Information sciences, Ain Shams University, Abbasia, Cairo, Egypt, http://net.shams.edu.eg/27.htm Email: email@example.com, firstname.lastname@example.org
Aim: The field of knowledge computing (KC) has become the most challenging area in the last several years. KC deals with the development of intelligent computing and knowledge-based systems in which knowledge and reasoning play pivotal role. KC consists of three main areas, namely: Document Engineering, Knowledge Engineering, and Reasoning Techniques. This symposium /workshop will bring researchers, developers, practitioners, and users to present their latest research, results, and ideas in all areas related to the applications of KC in health informatics. Moreover the symposium will provide a forum for the exchange of ideas between physicians and computer scientists to address the important issues in those areas. Papers related to techniques, methodologies and applications in medical informatics, telemedicine, and eHealth are especially solicited.