BMT 2016

"Dreiländertagung"
Swiss, Austrian 
and German Societies of Biomedical Engineering
4 – 6 October 2016 • Basel

BMT 2016

"Dreiländertagung"
Swiss, Austrian 
and German Societies of Biomedical Engineering
4 – 6 October 2016 • Basel

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Abstracts

Publishment by de Gruyter

Abstracts
Accepted abstracts will be published online as a supplement (with DOI) to the journal ‘Biomedical Engineering’ by de Gruyter in the regular volume. Published abstracts will be available online on the de Gruyter’s homepage (free access).

Please note the possibility that abstracts submitted for oral presentation cannot be included in the conference programme. In this case, they will be considered as poster presentations.

Conference paper
Accepted conference paper will be published online in the open access journal ‘Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering’ by de Gruyter. Accepted conference papers will be prepared for listing by PubMed Central and will be available online (with DOI each) on the de Gruyter’s homepage (free access).

Submitted conference papers will be considered as oral or poster presentations. Rejected conference papers can be re-submitted as abstracts. Affected authors will be informed early enough.

Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering (CDBME)
„Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering (CDBME) is an open access journal and closely related to the journal Biomedical Engineering – Biomedizinische Technik (BME-BMT) that is well established and of high quality for more than 50 years. Current Directions in Biomedical Engineering is as BME-BMT a forum for the exchange of knowledge in the fields of biomedical engineering, medical information technology and biotechnology/bioengineering for medicine and addresses engineers, natural scientists, and clinicians working in research, industry, or clinical practice. Subject areas are: Diagnostic imaging, image processing, biosignal processing, modeling and simulation, biomechanics, information and communication in medicine, telemedicine and e-health, surgery and minimum invasive interventions, endoscopy and image guided therapy, diagnostic and therapeutic instrumentation, clinical engineering, micro- and nano-systems in medicine, active implants, biosensors, neuro-engineering, neural systems, rehabilitation and prosthetics, biomaterials, cellular and tissue engineering, artificial organs, biomedical engineering for audiology, ophthalmology, emergency and dental medicine, general subjects (e.g., education and training, health technology assessment) and special topics (e.g., linking proteomics and genomics with biomedical engineering).”