- Paper Submission - August 1, 2022
- Notification - October 1, 2022
- Paper Revisions - November 1, 2022
- Early Registration - November 15, 2022
- Final Program - December 1, 2022
Congratulations to M. Abdelhady, J. Han, S.J.A. Majerus, L. Brody and M.S. Damaser for winning the IEEE SPMB 2022 Best Paper Award. Their paper titled "Detrusor Pressure Estimation from Single Channel Bladder Pressure Recordings" demonstrated that estimating detrusor pressure and vesical pressure from a single channel bladder pressure recording was feasible.
IEEE SPMB 2022 included 12 oral presentations, 18 poster presentations and two plenary lectures. Conference materials are now available in IEEE Xplore.
The symposium is sponsored by Temple University's The Neural Engineering Data Consortium and the Philadelphia Section of the IEEE.
The Philadelphia Section of the IEEE invites you to participate in a single-day symposium designed to advance the intersection between healthcare, engineering and computer science.
Papers of general interest to the disciplines of signal processing and bioengineering are welcome, particularly those in emerging areas such deep learning and big data. Papers have been indexed in IEEE Xplore. Selected full papers will be invited to be published as a book chapter in an ebook produced by Springer.
- Joseph Picone (Temple)
- Ammar Ahmed (Aptiv)
Technical Program Chair
- William Mongan (Ursinus)
- Vaishali Amin (Temple)
- Benjamin Cichy (SPAWAR)
- Omar Farooq (AMU)
- Chandra Jayaraman (Christ)
- Hansen Mansy (UCF)
- Mark Ng (Ulster)
- Nabila Shawki (Temple)
- Sundarajan Srinivasan (Amazon)
- David Western (UWE)
- Georgios Lazarou (TAMUK)
- Phuykong Meng (Temple)