Call for Papers - Industry Track

CBMS 2015 will have a special Industry track aimed at strengthening the relationship between industry and academia, motivating the community on pursuing a productive partnership between both communities. We are encouraging anyone with ties to industry (or those who wish to develop new relationships) to submit a paper or a demo/poster to this track.

Papers for the Industry Track

The technical program will have a special Industry Track paper session. We invite papers, not exceeding 6 pages in length) describing innovative new computer based medical devices or software applications, including practical experiences with such practical medical systems. The papers should be scholarly articles presenting scientific methods, measurements, and experiments. Marketing and sales materials will not be accepted. The papers will be evaluated based on practicality, innovation, scientific rigor, value of the device or application to users, and novelty. Papers will be published in the proceedings of the conference along with the other papers under the industry track.

Examples of such papers could include but are not limited to:

  • New computer-based medical devices that have technical/scientific novelty
  • Computer-based medical applications intended for or recently introduced in the field
  • Novel uses of traditional equipment in practice
  • Experience papers based on use and data from the field
  • Insightful measurement-based analysis of computer-based medical systems from the field
  • Novel analysis providing new insights from data collected from the field
  • New and practical data analytics useful in practice

Demo/Posters for the Industry Track

In addition to traditional academic papers, we will also hold a separate demo/posters session. The topics for the demo/posters session are the same as the papers for this track. A demo or poster is more appropriate if the scope of the effort is narrow or if the value can be better expressed with demonstration or poster rather than in a full length paper. Please submit one page proposal of your demonstration or poster. We encourage those who are submitting full papers to include their projects in the demo session.

For further informations or any questions, please contact us. Email: .

Industry Track Chairs

Murthy Devarakonda, IBM Research (
Daniel Katz, Mount Sinai Hospital (


Authors are required to submit their camera ready paper directly to IEEE. Please refer to the following link for further instructions: Author’s kit.