The IEEE 8th International Conference on Orange Technology (ICOT 2020) will be held in Daegu, South Korea during 18-21 December 2020, organized by CCMP Laboratory, Kyungpook National University with IEEE as the technical co-sponsor.
The conference will stimulate the establishment of Orange Technologies and bring together scientists, engineers, and other interdisciplinary professionals to share innovative ideas. It features keynote speeches, invited speeches, special sessions, in addition to regular technical sessions.
Authors are encouraged to submit original papers in any area related to orange technologies, including but not limited to the following topics:
- Health Technology
Artificial Intelligence on Healthcare
Information Technology in Biomedicine
Medical Imaging Processing
Affordable and Adaptive Healthcare IOT
Intelligent Health Instrumentation and Robotics
Networking and Security for Health/Medical Care
Intelligent Health Multimedia Information Processing
- Happiness Technology and Index
Affective Computing for Happiness Detection
Internet of Things for Smart Living
Smart Manufacturing for GNH
Healthcare Service Oriented Computing
Industry IOT for GNH
Natural Language Processing for Happiness
Happiness Detection from Psychological/Physiological Bio-Signals
System Design for Happiness Promotion
- Warming Care Technology
Human-Machine Interface for Senior and Children Care
Cloud Health and Mental Care Services
Assistive Technology and Senior Companion Robot
Multimedia Information Processing for Healthcare
Big Data application on Health/Medical Care
Care Service Oriented Computing
Friendly and Affordable Human-Computer Interaction
Paper submission: 30 November 2020
Acceptance: 06 December 2020
Camera Ready Paper Submission: 10 December 2020
Paper Submission Link: https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icot20200
We welcome all submissions and look forward to seeing you!
– Anand Paul,
ICOT 2020 General Chair.
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