• Important Dates


    Paper Summary Due:
    31 July, 2013

    Accept/Reject Notice:
    10 September, 2013

    Final Manuscript Due:
    8 November, 2013

    Radio Wireless Week 2013:
    19 - 22 January, 2014


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The 2014 IEEE Topical Conference on Bio-medical Wireless Technologies, Networks, and Sensing Systems (BioWireleSS2014) will be a part of 2014 IEEE Radio and Wireless Week (RWW2014) which will be held the week of January 19, 2014 in Newport Beach, CA. RWW2014 will also feature the 2014 IEEE Radio and Wireless Symposium (RWS2014), 14th Topical Meeting on Silicon Monolithic Integrated Circuits in RF Systems (SiRF2014), 2014 IEEE Topical Conference on RF/Microwave Power Amplifiers for Radio and Wireless Applications (PAWR2014), 2014 IEEE Topical Conference on Wireless Sensors and Sensor Networks (WiSNet2014). Each of these events will be organized separately.The wireless revolution has begun to infiltrate the medical community with patient health monitoring, tele-surgery, mobile wireless biosensor systems, and wireless tracking of patients and assets becoming a reality. The rapid evolution of wireless technologies coupled with advances in related fields such as biosensor design, low power battery operated systems, and diagnosing and reporting for intelligent information management has opened up a plethora of new applications for wireless systems in medicine. For the third year, BioWireleSS will be held as part of the Radio Wireless Week to focus on the latest developments in this area. Papers feature innovative work in (but not limited to) the following areas of Biomedical Wireless Technologies, Networks, & Sensing Systems:

  • Miniaturization and integration of wireless technologies and micro sensors for medical applications
  • Personal area networks and body area sensor networks in hospital environments
  • High data rate wireless protocols & processing for biosignals
  • Microwave systems for imaging, diagnostics & therapeutics
  • Wireless positioning technologies in medicine
  • Biomedical devices for remote monitoring
  • New advances in understanding microwave interaction with biological tissues
  • Microwave systems for biological applications
  • Coexistence and modeling of wireless technologies in clinical environments
  • Health monitoring, enery scavenging and biosensor E-textiles