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Wednesday, November 20-th, 2013
1900 – Welcome cocktail – Traian Restaurant, The Union Square (Piata Unirii)
Thursday, November 21-st, 2013
800 – 900 Participants registration
900 – 1045 Conference opening and invited plenary lectures (I), ‘Emil Palade’ Auditorium (Room A): prof. N. Pallikarakis, Mr. Steli Loznen
1045 – 1100 Coffee break
1100 – 1330 Dedicated Session: Biosignal processing (Room A) Download
1130 – 1315 Dedicated Session: Hospital information systems, Medical records, Healthcare networks, ‘Petrovanu’ Hall - Anatomy Building (Room B) Download
1330 – 1530 Lunch break; Traian restaurant
1530 – 1800 Dedicated Sessions:
1900 – Social program
Friday, November 22-nd, 2013
830 – 1000 Dedicated Poster Session
1000 – 1100 Invited plenary lectures (II) (Room A): prof. A. Morega, prof. R. Rangayyan
1100 – 1115 Coffee break
1115 – 1330 Dedicated Session: Medical devices, Measurements, Instrumentation, Medical Physics (II) (Room A) Download
1130 – 1315 Dedicated Session: Decision support systems, Artificial Intelligence in Medicine, Bioinformatics (Room B) Download
1530 – 1800 Dedicated Sessions:
(1) Biomaterials and Biotechnologies (Room A) Download
(2) Medical imaging and image processing (I) (Room B – ‘Anatomy’ Hall) Download
(3) Bioengineering in dental and oral health, Faculty of Medical Bioengineering, M. Kogalniceanu str.9-13, Room P7 (ground floor) Download
1900 – Gala dinner – Traian restaurant
Saturday, November 23-rd, 2013
800 – 1030 Dedicated session: Modeling, Simulation (‘Anatomy’ small Hall - Room C) Download
1115 – 1300 Dedicated session: Teaching, e-Learning, Management in Health Care (Room A) Download
1115 – 1300 Dedicated session: Medicine and Informatics (‘Anatomy’ small Hall - Room C) Download
1300 – Conference closing. Award ceremony (Room A)
1330 – Annual meeting of the IEEE-EMB Romanian Chapter
This program includes both orally and poster presented papers.
Due to the large number of papers submitted to EHB 2013 as oral presentations, the International Scientific Committee has decided to include a part of them in the poster section.
The participants with oral presentations are kindly asked to prepare a 10-12 minutes presentation of their papers, by means of MS PowerPoint. Other 3-5 minutes are assigned to discussions for each orally presented paper.
The participants with poster presentations are kindly asked to prepare an A1 or A0 format poster, with a header provided by organizers Download MS Word Template (A1 - 594 x 841 mm or A0 - 841 x 1189 mm)
The purpose of this workshop is to individualize the opportunity to use top technologies such as 3D-DentSim simulation system and 3D Robodent navigation system in oral implantology, both devices having a considerable impact on dental medical practice.
In the didactic process, the simulation plays an essential role, being employed as the first step in learning practical maneuvers and allowing the cultivation of practical abilities for each clinical entity of dental medicine. The complexity of the simulation includes developing stages beginning with the preparation of the arcade on the mannequin-systems and proceeding with the computer assisted simulation itself, the high quality of the equipment producing the exact maneuver and preparing the required ideal forms.
The use of 3D-DentSim simulation systems makes possible the creation of high precision restorations and the development of backups preserving maximum exigency approaches.
Oral implantology, a challenging domain of dental medicine, brings together methods and techniques characterized by a high level of complexity, which have a profound impact on the clinical outcome. The formative aspects in this field can be materialized through the latest surgical techniques of distance transmission in nowadays oral implantology.
These techniques are used to address the social cases that offer in a spectacular way the chance of full reestablishment of the lost functions caused by edentation.
The special impact of the introduction of these techniques is reflected in the practitioners’ capacity to successfully approach at any moment unexpected situations that appear in everyday practice by acquiring practical abilities that allow quick and efficient technical interventions, which form the basis of the therapeutic success in any clinical situation. The contribution of the robot–based high-technologies to the clinical result is spectacular, offering both precision and a reduction of the failure rates in dental medicine.
The conference begins at 9:00am on Thursday, November 21, 2013 and concludes at 5pm on Saturday, October 23, 2013. On-site conference check-in and registration commences around 8 am on Thursday.
Paper sessions will consist of five to seven presentations in each session. The session will be divided equally between the presenters.
Each presenter will be expected to have the presentation slides in Microsoft Power Point saved in CD or USB.
The following resources will be available for presentations: flipcharts, laptops, projectors and screens.
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