The 1st Workshop on Modern Technologies and Artificial Intelligence in Orthopedy and Rehabilitation presents unique opportunity for specialist, clinicians, researchers, investors, entrepreneurs, product innovators and manufactures to learn about recent technological advances, share their ideas, and exchange their experience, to collaborate through the process of transformation of healthcare and medicine delivery in orthopedy and rehabilitation.
The workshop will take place on
Poznan University of Technology
The main goals of the workshop
Be up to date with innovation
Introduction of the new solutions that can empower you to improve the efficiency and patient care today and in the future in orthopedy and rehabilitation
Discussion about the prospects in Modern Technologies and Artificial Intelligence – the latest solutions to main problems in orthopedy and rehabilitation
Opportunity to get familiar with the presented technology, to ask questions, get professional feedback and exchange ideas about today and next generation AI medical solutions
Call for papers
We invite submissions of long and short papers describing methodological and practical developments related to technological advancements in orthopedics and rehabilitation. Papers should clearly establish their research contribution and the relation to the goals of the workshop.
Long papers should describe mature and original research work
Short papers should report preliminary ideas or work in progress
Papers should be submitted to MTAIOR19 (The First Workshop on Modern Technologies and AI in Orthopedy and Rehabilitation). The workshop features papers up to 10 pages. Papers should be formatted according to Springer’s LNCS format.
The selected papers will be published in mediacal journals. We are aiming at providing CEUR WS proceedings containing all the papers presented at the workshop.
15 - 20 min. presentation, 5 min. discussion
A1 format (594 mm x 841 mm) will be displayed, poster walk will be organised
There will be opportunities for presenting solutions to individuals and small groups of participants
The scope of the workshop includes, but is not limited to the following areas:
AI-based methods and systems for personalization of orthopedic treatment and rehabilitation
Systems for supporting adherence to therapy (food, exercise, healthy habits)
Methods and systems for processing data collected with by sensors, recommendations, monitoring and alarms
Data mining approaches for risk prediction, diagnostic suggestions and therapy/rehabilitation and orthopedic procedures planning
Tools and platforms for patient empowerment and for community-based support
Telemedical solutions for orthopedy and rehabilitation
Intelligent devices and robots for orthopedy and rehabilitation
VR and AR in orthopedy and rehabilitation
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