International Biosignal Processing Conference 2009

14th – 16th July 2010
Berlin, Germany

200 years of HU Berlin 300 years of Charite Berlin
On occasion of the 2010 Charité Tricentennial and the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin Bicentennial

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Biosignal 2010: International Biosignal Processing Conference

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Dear colleagues and friends,

biosignal analysis is a basic and exciting discipline in biomedical engineering. It contains the analysis of signals directly or indirectly generated by an organism in order to extract relevant information about the conformation, state and changes in states.

The theme of the conference "Biosignal 2010" from July 14th-16th 2010 in Berlin, Germany will be "Advanced technologies in intensive care and sleep medicine".

It will explore how biomedical engineering can contribute to solutions of monitoring problems in intensive care and in sleep medicine.

The main objectives of Biosignal 2010 congress are to provide the forum for discussion of research results and new scientific knowledge, promote personal contact and synergism, advance interaction between academia and industry and facilitate exchange of information on new processes and equipment.

On behalf of the scientific committee, we invite you to be part of the exciting process of realizing a successful congress. Mark your calendars and plan early to submit your contributions.

We will be looking forward to welcoming the experts in biomedical engineering, in intensive care, in sleep medicine and in all other related fields of the world in Berlin in 2010.

The "Biosignal 2010" conference chairs

Jürgen Kurths (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Hagen Malberg (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology)
Thomas Penzel (Charité Berlin)
Niels Wessel (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)