Calls

Call for Full Length Paper


Topics: The specific topics of the conference include, but are not limited to

  • Data Mining and Clinical Studies

  • Patient Electronic Health Records

  • Healthcare Portals to inform and connect Patients with Physicians

  • Telemedicine

  • Automatic Identification and Data Collector Systems

  • Internet and Medicine

  • IT and Patient Care

  • RFID and localization techniques

  • Usability and Ubiquity in e-Health

  • e-Health Virtual Communities

  • Artificial Intelligence for Healthcare Decision Making

  • Remote Patient Monitoring

  • Systematic Literature Reviews Related to Healthcare Treatments and Policies

  • Improving availability, quality, and equity of health services, including:

  • cost effectiveness analyses

  • Strategies to mitigate the impact of COVID-19 on routine or preventive health services

  • Approaches to strengthen accountability for the delivery of quality health services

  • Deep learning in medicine, human biology, and healthcare

  • Deep learning-based clinical decision making

  • Deep learning in biomedical applications

  • Big data with smart computing in bioinformatics and biomechanics

  • Big data analytics for human biology and healthcare services

  • Big data with intelligent IoT for smart healthcare

  • Big data analytics in biomedical services

  • Intelligent devices and instruments for medical and healthcare services

  • Intelligent and process-aware information systems in human biology, healthcare, and medicine

Tracks: The submissions are divided into three tracks, namely the Research Track, the Trends and Perspectives Track, and the Applications and Deployment Track. The contributors are advised to choose the track that best suits their work.

  1. The Research Track:

The Research Track incorporates papers that present novel work contributing significantly to the advancement of Semantic Intelligence. The submissions should list the research gaps and research contributions filling the said gaps. A section comparing the results of the research with existing benchmarks is highly desirable.

  1. The Trends and Perspectives Track:

The Trends and Perspectives Track explores the state of the art in the mentioned disciplines.

  1. The Applications and Deployment Track:

The Applications and Deployment Track accepts papers showcasing the latest advancements and applications of semantic intelligence. Once any technology or methodology originates from the research community, its challenges and benefits are explored by its concrete usage in a practical setting. The application of any research in real-world use cases sets the stage for its visibility. The Applications and Deployment Track is exactly for this purpose. This track seeks submission for applied semantic intelligence. The submissions should list the benefits; the presented application reaps from SITs. In addition to the real-world, the Applications and Deployment Track also welcomes Resources such as the vocabularies, datasets, evaluation benchmarks, and the software.


Submission Guidelines: Submissions in all tracks must be in English with the following page length (pages of around 400 words each):

    • Full papers (12-16 pages including references)

    • Short papers (6-8 pages including references)

    • Submitted papers must follow the guidelines and templates provided by Springer. Here are the LNEE Guidelines and templates: https://www.springer.com/us/authors-editors/conference-proceedings/conference-proceedings-guidelines

    • All papers must be original and not simultaneously submitted to another journal or conference.

    • The references should include all published literature relevant to the paper.

    • The review process will be Single-Blind review.

Call for Workshops / Special Session Proposals


The International Health Informatics Conference 2022 (IHIC 2022) invites proposals for special sessions on the emerging topics related to the general theme of the conference. The acceptance of the proposal will be subject to the link, its specific theme is able to have with the conference major theme, i.e., Health Informatics.


The proposals should be in a pdf file of maximum two pages long and to be submitted via email to the Track PC chairs deepshikha.kalra@meri.edu.in and rituaggrawal@meri.edu.in, with cc to jasarika@nitkkr.ac.in. The proposals must include the following:

  • Special session title.

  • Chairs with their affiliations and contact information.

  • A description of the session’s topic and its goals specifically mentioning the connection of the proposal to the conference theme.

  • The scope of the topic chosen as an answer to why do you think it can attract researchers in the field.

  • A very brief statement on diversity commitment for the submissions.

  • Plans for publicity.

  • Potential (or accepted) program committee members.

  • Information about the most recent previous editions of the workshop/special session (if any), like the affiliated event, date, venue, and the number of submitted and accepted papers.

  • Plans for disseminating the results of the special session.


Should you have any queries regarding your Workshop/Special Session proposal, please contact at deepshikha.kalra@meri.edu.in or rituaggrawal@meri.edu.in. We look forward to seeing you at the Conference!

Call for Tutorials


The International Health Informatics Conference 2022 (IHIC 2022) invites proposals for tutorials on the emerging topics related to the general theme of the conference. The acceptance of the proposal will be subject to the link, its specific theme is able to have with the conference major theme, i.e., Health Informatics. New as well as established tutorials are welcome.

The proposals should be in a pdf file of maximum two pages long and to be submitted via email to the Track PC chairs deepshikha.kalra@meri.edu.in and rituaggrawal@meri.edu.in, with cc to jasarika@nitkkr.ac.in. The proposals must include the following:

  • Tutorial title;

  • Abstract; objectives and motivation; a description of the topics that the tutorial will address, emphasizing their timeliness;

  • Intended audience;

  • Name, affiliation, contact information, and a short biography of each tutorial presenter;

  • Tentative schedule and the presenters for different parts;

  • Plans for publicity.


Note: Kindly also mention the possibility of and suitability for a virtual presentation of the tutorial.

Call for Technical Program Committee

Researchers and practitioners from all over the world, from academia, industry, and the government are invited to participate in the conference and share their perspectives, experiences, and vision by joining the Technical Program Committee. Kindly email your interest to the general chairs, in case you are interested.