Special Session 1

Modern Technologies in Biomedical Engineering (MTBE)
with Introductory Presentation/Workshop: Master of Melotherapy 

Biomedical engineering is a branch of engineering that applies new and modern principles and design concepts of engineering to healthcare. MTBE Special Session deals with latest recent research and applications in Biomedical Engineering, Electronic Health, and TeleMedicine – generally speaking, connected to Research and Education and their contributions to the fast development of this dynamic field. The convergence of Biomedical Engineering and Information Engineering (also known as Biomedical Informatics or Health Informatics) is a dynamic and promising interdisciplinary field that aims to leverage information technology and data analysis to improve healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and medical research.
This Special Session will be opened with 2-3 connected presentations that introduce and exemplify the field of Music Therapy using one clear successful example of the MASTER of MELOTHERAPY from “TRANISLVANIA” University of Brasov - Romania.
The use of Digital Technologies has an impact on any future job requirements and naturally on the education & training processes for engineers. Digital Technologies can now assist children, students and workers in their training and education needs (local and remote) thus making the worker of today more viable in the labour market.
At the same time, within the last 20 years, Biomedical Engineering and Music Therapy have embraced various technologies in its attempt to improve the practice and expand the realm of possibilities offered to patients. Biomedical engineering can contribute to the development of technologies that enable personalized music therapy interventions. By leveraging data analysis, patient information, and physiological responses, music therapists can tailor treatments to individual needs, maximizing the therapeutic benefits. In music therapy, Brain-Computer Interfaces (BCIs) could be used to enable patients with limited motor function to create music by controlling musical instruments or software through their brain signals.

We believe that all these topics can be put together and make a better synthesis of the current and future in these fields and to conduct research and education towards the best results.


Submission Link: https://www.zmeeting.org/submission/icsie2023

Please Select Track: Special Session 1: Modern Technologies in Biomedical Engineering (MTBE) to Submit

Call for Papers Topics:
• Music therapy
• Remote sensing and monitoring
• Virtual and Remote instrumentation
• Simulation techniques
• Innovative medical devices
• Algorithms that improve human health
• Biomedical Engineering
• Healthcare Application
• LabVIEW in biomedical engineering and music therapy
• Biosensors
• Method and systems to record Brain Waves
• Bioinstrumentation
• Systems Physiology
• Neural Engineering
• Etc.

Program Committee Chairs:
Prof. Doru URSUTIU - “Transilvania” University of Brasov – Romanian Academy of Scientists AOSR; udoru@unitbv.ro
Prof. Cornel SAMOILA - “Transilvania” University of Brasov – Technical Sciences Academy of Romania ASTR; csam@unitbv.ro

1. ABOU EL- SEOUD Samir – The British University in Egypt (BUE), Cairo – Egypt; samir.elseoud@bue.edu.eg
2. Karam Omar – The British University in Egypt (BUE), Cairo – Egypt; Omar.Karam@Bue.edu.eg
3. RUCSANDA Madalina – Transilvania University, Brasov – Romania; m_rucsanda@unitbv.ro
4. RESTIVO Teresa - University of Porto, A3ES Lisbon, Portugal; trestivo@fe.up.pt
5. MIREA Ruxandra – Ovidius University, Constanta – Romania; ruxandra.m63@gmail.com
6. POMAZAN Valentina - Ovidius University, Constanta – Romania; vpomazan@gmail.com
7. POZZO María Isabel, National Technological University, Argentina; maria.isabel.pozzo@gmail.com
8. ABREU Paulo, University of Porto, Portugal; pabreu@fe.up.pt
9. ALJIHMANI NIKOLAEVA Lilia, University of Chemical Technology and Metallurgy, Sofia, Bulgaria; l_aljihmani@uctm.edu
10. CARDOSO Alberto, University of Coimbra, Portugal; alberto@dei.uc.pt
11. MODRAN Horia, Transilvania University, Brasov – Romania; modranhoria@gmail.com