Special Issue on “Machine Learning, Stochastic Modelling and Applied Statistics for EMF Exposure Assessment” [Intl J Env Res Public Health (IF 2.145)]
It is open for contributions the Special Issue “Machine Learning, Stochastic Modelling and Applied Statistics for EMF Exposure Assessment” on the Intl J Env Res Public Health (JCR IF: 2.145).
(Guest Editors: Gabriella Tognola, Emma Chiaramello, Masao Taki, Joe Wiart).
Topics: The Special Issue is open to scientific studies addressing the use of applied statistics, machine learning, and stochastic dosimetry for EMF exposure assessment. It is dedicated to works in any frequency area, from static fields up to exposures in the THz region, dealing with exposure assessment, dosimetry, hazard identification, and characterization, risk assessment.
Keywords: EMF exposure assessment; Machine learning; Stochastic dosimetry; Applied statistics; Environmental health
Deadline for manuscript submission: 29 Feb 2020.
Details here: https://www.mdpi.com/journal/ijerph/special_issues/MLSMAASFEEA
The Bioelectromagnetics Society (BEMS) and the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA) glad to announce that BioEM 2019, the premier international conference on bioelectromagnetics and the annual joint meeting will be held in Montpellier, France on June 23-29.
The meeting aims to presenting and advancing high quality research in bioelectromagnetics to address the mechanisms, effects, regulations and medical applications.
We invite abstracts for platform presentations and poster sessions. Original papers are solicited for presentation (in English) on the interaction of biological systems with electromagnetic energy from static fields through Terahertz radiation.
Preferential topics include, but are not limited to, the following categories:
- Mechanisms of interaction
- Theoretical and practical modelling
- In-vitro and in-vivo cancer relevant effects (including genotoxicity)
- In-vitro and in-vivo effects on the nervous system (including behavioural and cognitive) and sensory organs
- Other in-vitro and in-vivo biological and health effects
- Human experimental studies
- Exposure assessment and occupational exposure
- Risk assessment, exposure standards and public policy
- Clinical devices and medical applications
- New and emerging applications
- Instrumentation and methodology
Authors wishing to present papers should submit a short summary and an abstract electronically. Instructions for Authors and the abstract submissions portal can be found at: https://www.bioem.org/home. The submission system is now open.
As always, we particularly invite platform and poster submissions from students. There will be a competition (with prizes) for the best student papers (both oral and poster). BioEM2019 will offer travel support to a number of students. For details and to apply, see http://www.bioem2019.org.
All abstracts will be reviewed and scored by the Technical Program Committee. While we will try to respect authors’ preferences for a platform or poster presentation, this is not always possible when we assemble submitted abstracts into a balanced set of sessions for the final program.
14 Jan 2019: Registration and abstract submission opens online
1 March 2019: Abstract submission deadline
1 March 2019: Student travel support application deadline
15 April 2019: Author notification
15 May 2019: Early registration deadline
Azadeh Peyman and Micaela Liberti
Technical Program Chairs, BioEM2019
COST Action MyWAVE is co-organising the 9th International School of Bioelectromagnetism “Alessandro Chiabrera” with the European BioElectromagnetics Association (EBEA). COST Action MyWAVE is offering a minimum of 8 grants for interested trainees to participate in the training school. The deadline for application is February 1st, 2019. Notifications to Grantees will be sent starting mid-February 2019.
Please find more details here