13th Australasian Conference on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management HIKM 2020

Australasia’s Digital Health Scientific Conference 
Melbourne, Australia
4-6 February 2020

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Submissions Now Due 6 October

6 October 2019 (extended from 15 Sep)

Anonymous Papers Due

Submit Full and Short Papers using the ACM press template without authors or affiliations ,
DC Abstracts
Tutorial using the Tutorial Proposal Template 

Author Notification
7 November 2020

Author Notification
7 Nov

 

21 November

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TBA

Early Bird Registration

3 February 2020

HIKM Tutorials

Tutorials

4-6 February 2020

Conference

Swinburne University



CALL FOR PAPERS, TALKS AND TUTORIALS

HIKM 2020 calls for four types of submissions. All submissions must be in English and PDF format. Other formats will not be accepted. Anonymous papers will be double-blind peer reviewed by at least two expert reviewers for originality, significance, and relevance to the conference.

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  1. POSTER & 5 MINUTE LIGHTNING TALK Authors of posters will be invited to present a 5 minute talk at HIKM/ACSW and prepare a poster. Submit via the ACSW Poster submission portal http://www.acsw.org.au/
  2. DOCTORAL CONSORTIUM EXTENDED ABSTRACT  700 word (excluding references) abstracts. Authors of accepted DC abstracts will be invited to present a 10 minute talk at HIKM for specific feedback on their doctoral proposals
  3. SHORT PAPERS- Submissions should be 4 pages long and will be published in ACSW Proceedings by ACM Press   (Link to submission information)
  4. FULL PAPERS- Submissions should be 10 pages long will be published in ACSW Proceedings by ACM Press (Link to submission information)
  5. TUTORIAL PROPOSALS - Submissions are called for half day tutorials on a topic of interest to HIKM delegates. Submit a synopsis of the tutorial (max 300 word), intended audience and brief biographical description of presenter(s) to HIKM Tutorial chair, Tony Sahama at tony1sahama@gmail.com Tutorial submissions will be assessed on the expertise of presenters and the relevance to a HIKM audience. DOWNLOAD CALL FOR TUTORIALS
  6. Accepted short or full papers to be submitted via the ACSW EasyChair portal:


Papers will be included in the Proceedings of ACSW 2019, to be published by ACM, the proceedings will be indexed by SCOPUS, SCI (ISI) and SemanticScholar.

Papers must conform to formatting instructions for all ACSW submissions as detailed at www.acsw.org.au

Submissions will be regarded as an undertaking that it will not be under consideration simultaneously elsewhere, and that should the paper be accepted, at least one author will register and attend the conference to present the work.

Authors are encouraged to submit more than one paper, however registration will entitle authors to present only one paper. In the event of multiple papers accepted from the same author, a co-author will be required to register and present.

No-show papers are papers submitted by authors who subsequently do not present the paper in-person at HIKM. No-shows will normally not be available on ACM Digital Library or other public access ACM forums.


TOPICS

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Data science and analytics for healthcare

big data analytics, health analytics, knowledge discovery, data mining and visualization
health information management  health workflow management
interoperability protocols, terminologies, and standards for healthcare computing and health data
collections and registries, data linkage and integration 

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Use and integration of computing in healthcare

biomedical devices and systems, biotechnology and bioinformatics,clinical and healthcare decision support systems, conceptual models and architectures health information systems, consumer information systems,design and implementation for new models of care,

Use and integration of computing in healthcare

electronic health records and systems, health informatics education,mobile platforms and BYOD in healthcare, mobile applications for health monitoring, online and web interventions in healthcare, sensors and internet of things for healthcare, social media in health care, telemedicine and remote healthcare services

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CORE

The Computing Research and Education Association of Australasia, CORE, is an association of university departments of computer science in Australia and New Zealand. Prior to 2004 it was known as the Computer Science Association, CSA.



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ACSW

Since 1978, CORE has run the annual week of Australasian Computer Science Conferences, known as "ACSW" includes:
APCCM Asia-Pacific Conferences on Conceptual Modelling
AusPDC Australasian Symposium on Parallel and Distributed Computing
AWC Australasian Web Conference 


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ACSW Conferences

ACE Australasian Computing Education Conference
AISC Australasian Information Security Conference
IE Interactive Entertainment
HIKM Australasian Workshop on Health Informatics and Knowledge Management
ADC Australasian Database Conference

HIKM

Professor Jim Warren and Professor John Roddick formed HIKM as a conference within Australasian Computer Science Week in 2007. HIKM was envisaged as a forum for health related research with a computational intelligence and information management focus. Since then, HIKM has become a pivotal conference for digital health in Australasia that has enabled thousands of researchers to present their work and interact. It is Australasia’s Premier Digital Health Scientific Conference 

Jim Warren

Professor of Health Informatics, University of Auckland

John Roddick

Professor of Information Technology
Flinders University

FORMED HIKM

2007

Committees

Chairs

Andrew STRANIERI, Federation University, Australia
Pari DELIR HAGHIGHI, Monash University, Melbourne, Australia 

Steering Committee

Andrew STRANIERI, Federation University Australia
Colin FIDGE, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Jim WARREN, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kerryn BUTLER-HENDERSON, University of Tasmania, Australia
Klaus VEIL, Western Sydney University, Australia
Pari DELIR HAGHIGHI, Monash University, Australia
Tony SAHAMA, Federation University (Brisbane), Australia
Ying WANG, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Zhaohao SUN, PNG University of Technology, Papua New Guinea  

Programme Committee

Alan TAYLOR, Flinders University & eDevelopment Solutions, Australia
Anupama GINIGE, Western Sydney University, Australia
Andrew STRANIERI, Federation University Australia
Anthony MAEDER, Flinders University, Australia
Burkhard WUENSCHE, University of Auckland, New Zealand  
Chris LYNCH, Macquarie University, Australia
Chun OUYANG,Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Chukwuma UKOHA, Federation University, Australia
Colin FIDGE, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
Farah MAGRABI, Macquarie University, Australia
Giles OATLEY, Federation University, Australia
Guan LUO, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China
Inga HUNTER, Massey University, New Zealand
Iqbal GONDAL, Federation University, Australia
Jan STANEK, University of South Australia, Australia
Jeffrey SOAR, University of Southern Queensland, Australia
Jim WARREN, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kathleen GRAY, University of Melbourne, Australia
Karen DAY, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Kerryn BUTLER-HENDERSON, University of Tasmania, Australia
Klaus VEIL, Western Sydney University, Australia
Mark MEROLLI, Swinburne University, Australia
Mary LAM, University of Sydney, Australia
Quang Vinh NGUYEN Western Sydney University, Australia
Pari DELIR HAGHIGHI, Monash University, Australia
Shahadat UDDIN, University of Sydney, Australia 
Tony SAHAMA, Federation University (Brisbane), Australia
Trish WILLIAMS, Flinders University, Australia
Venki BALASUBRAMANIAN, Federation University, Australia
Vicki BENNET, Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW), Australia
Ying WANG, Macquarie University, Sydney, Australia
Zhaohao SUN, PNG University of Technology, PNG 

Other

Tony SAHAMA, Tutorial & Sponsorship Chair

HIKM 2020 Tutorials

Monday 3rd February, 2020
Complementary. Please reserve a place

Jue (Grace) Xie
Monash University 
9.30-12.00

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Andrew Stranieri and Tony Sahama 
Federation University
9.30-12.00

Introduction to Digital Health Research Click for more information and to book on Eventrbrite

Andreas Schmid,Steffen Scholz
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology, University of Applied Sciences
Germany
1.30-4.30

Knowledge Discovery and Data Science from the Command Line (Unix shell) Click for more information and to book on Eventbrite