ICBioMed 2024

Workshop Organizer:


Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and Bioengineering Institute, The University of Auckland


Dr. Alan Wang

Associate Professor in University of Auckland

Alan Wang is a principal investigator and Associate Professor at University of Auckland. He has more than ten years of research experience in bioengineering informatics and integrated medicine, especially in advancing the role of medical informatics in health care. His research interests include bioengineering, data informatics, neurocomputing, and biomedical statistics and simulation. He has developed medical data analytics methods for mobile health and personalized diagnosis and prognosis based on intelligent computing theories. He has experience analyzing huge cohorts of patient data with applications of early diagnosis, disease understanding, and effective treatment of patients with different disorders. He serves as an Editorial Board Member and an Active Reviewer for several international journals.

Call for Papers:


The workshop mainly focuses on Medical Data Quantification, Precision Medicine, Deep Learning, and Artificial Intelligence. Besides, we also invite submission of papers focusing on all aspects of Biological Engineering, Biomedical Engineering and Bioinformatics, and Public Health, ranging from theoretical analysis to practical research. The topics of interest include but are not limited to:

  • Multimodal imaging analysis
  • Graph theory and complex network analysis
  • Longitudinal medical data analysis
  • Model interpretability and scalability in medical image analysis
  • Multi-source and multi-site medical data integration and quantification
  • Harmonization and transfer learning in medical imaging
  • Unsupervised methods for classifying medical disorders
  • Deep learning in medical image analysis
  • Cross-modality pseudo medical imaging data generation
  • Model uncertainty in predicting various medical disorders
  • Medical imaging biomarker discovery
  • Treatment/intervention outcome prediction
  • Post-stroke recovery prediction
  • Neurodegenerative diseases
  • Neurogenetics and medical imaging genetics
  • Image-guided intervention
  • Surgical planning and navigation
  • Databases to stimulate developments in intelligent medical image analysis for precision medicine


Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit full papers that include title, abstract, introduction, tables, figures, conclusion and references. It is unnecessary to submit an abstract in advance. Please submit your papers in English.

Each paper should be no less than 4 pages. One regular registration can cover a paper of 6 pages, and additional pages will be charged. Please format your paper well according to the conference template before submission. Paper Template Download

Please prepare your paper in both .doc/.docx and .pdf format and submit your full paper by email with both formats attached directly to ws_auckland@icbiomed.org

Important Dates:

Process Date & Time
Paper Submission September 6, 2024
Review Process 2 weeks
Revise & Acceptance 2 weeks
Registration & Payment 2 weeks


Workshop Proceedings

Accepted papers will be published in Theoretical and Natural Science (TNS) (Print ISSN 2753-8818), and will be submitted to Conference Proceedings Citation Index (CPCI), Crossref, CNKI, Portico, Engineering Village (Inspec), Google Scholar, and other databases for indexing. The situation may be affected by factors among databases like processing time, workflow, policy, etc.

Title: Theoretical and Natural Science (TNS)
Press: EWA Publishing, United Kingdom
ISSN: 2753-8818, 2753-8826 (electronic)

* The papers will be exported to production and publication on a regular basis. Early-registered papers are expected to be published online earlier.

Workshop Info:

Title: Workshop on Intelligent Medical Data Analysis for Precision Medicine

Date: September 13th, 2024 (GMT+13)

Venue: Grafton Campus, The University of Auckland, Auckland 1023, New Zealand

How to Participate:


The workshop provides an opportunity for poster exhibition. Authors who are interested in presenting a poster, please submit your materials (prefer in .pdf) to ws_auckland@icbiomed.org before September 13, 2024.

Detailed information on your presentation date and time will be confirmed closer to the workshop. If you have any questions about your presentation or the workshop, please email ws_auckland@icbiomed.org.

Poster Presentation Guidelines

  1. Poster presentations must be prepared using the template provided:
    *Poster layout template for poster presentation (download)
    *Poster layout background (download)
  2. Posters should generally be in A1 size (width: 594mm x height: 841mm) and include the followings:

    Title, author and co-author names, and the affiliation(s) information.

    Body parts, including "Abstract", "Introduction", "Methods", "Results", "Discussion" and "Conclusions".

  3. Presenters are suggested to set the font size properly and avoid placing anything at the margin part of the poster as it will be difficult to view.
  4. Posters should be well illustrated. All the pictures used should be high quality and with high resolution.

(You can refer to the instructions for more detailed information. Additional presentation guidelines may be announced by workshop committees.)

Attend in person

If you want to attend the workshop on-site, please email ws_auckland@icbiomed.org. The workshop seats are limited. Both contributors and non-contributors who wish to participate in the workshop in person need to apply to the workshop organizers.


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