Important Dates

Workshop Proposal

July 15, 2022

Paper Submission

September 01, 2022

Author Notification

October 15, 2022
October 24, 2022

Camera-Ready Submission

October 31, 2022
November 09, 2022

Conference Date

December 15-18, 2022


Keynotes Speaker

Mihaela van der Schaar

The future of healthcare in the metaverse


ABSTRACT: In this keynote, I will describe my vision of how the Metaverse will transform healthcare.

By applying machine learning and AI on data from a variety of devices and sensors, we can better monitor and treat patients at home, in hospitals and in the clinic, and enable patients and clinicians to interact in completely new ways in the Metaverse on the basis of the derived analytics.The Metaverse will also allow AI-enabled avatars to join multidisciplinary clinical teams, creating more efficient and more advanced health delivery systems.

Finally, I will outline a vision of how national and international healthcare systems can interact and be transformed and how clinical trials can be conducted and augmented in the Metaverse.

BIO: Mihaela van der Schaar is the John Humphrey Plummer Professor of Machine Learning, Artificial Intelligence and Medicine at the University of Cambridge and a Fellow at The Alan Turing Institute in London. In addition to leading the van der Schaar Lab, Mihaela is founder and director of the Cambridge Centre for AI in Medicine (CCAIM).

Mihaela was elected IEEE Fellow in 2009. She has received numerous awards, including the Oon Prize on Preventative Medicine from the University of Cambridge (2018), a National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2004), 3 IBM Faculty Awards, the IBM Exploratory Stream Analytics Innovation Award, the Philips Make a Difference Award and several best paper awards, including the IEEE Darlington Award.

Mihaela is personally credited as inventor on 35 USA patents (the majority of which are listed here), many of which are still frequently cited and adopted in standards. She has made over 45 contributions to international standards for which she received 3 ISO Awards. In 2019, a Nesta report determined that Mihaela was the most-cited female AI researcher in the U.K.

Mihaela has given plenary and keynote talks at more than thirty international conferences (including, most recently, ICLR 2020 and ICME 2020), tutorials at more than thirty venues (including, most recently, ICML 2021), and summer schools (including at MLSS 2020). She has also delivered invited lectures all over the world (including the Oon International Award Lecture at the University of Cambridge in 2018, the Very Reverend Derek Hole Lecture in 2019 at the University of Leicester and the Alan Tyler Lecture in 2019 at the University of Oxford, as well as Distinguished Seminars at MIT in 2019 and 2020).

Mischa Dohler

Coming soon


ABSTRACT: Coming soon.

BIO: Mischa Dohler was the Professor in Wireless Communications at King’s College London, driving cross-disciplinary research and innovation in technology, sciences and arts. He is a Fellow of the IEEE, the Royal Academy of Engineering, the Royal Society of Arts (RSA), the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET); and a Distinguished Member of Harvard Square Leaders Excellence. He is a serial entrepreneur with five companies, a composer and pianist with five albums on Spotify/iTunes; and fluent in several languages. He sits on the Spectrum Advisory Board of Ofcom, and acts as policy advisor on issues related to digital, skills and education. He has had ample coverage by national and international press and media. He is featured on Amazon Prime.

Mischa Dohler is a frequent keynote, panel and tutorial speaker, and has received numerous awards. He has pioneered several research fields, contributed to numerous wireless broadband, IoT/M2M and cyber security standards, holds a dozen patents, organized and chaired numerous conferences, was the Editor-in-Chief of two journals, has more than 300 highly-cited publications, and authored several books. He is a Top-1% Cited Scientist across all science fields globally.

Mischa Dohler was Professor at King’s from 2013-2021, and the Director of the Centre for Telecommunications Research from 2014-2018. He is the Cofounder of the Smart Cities pioneering company Worldsensing, where he was the CTO from 2008-2014. He also worked as a Senior Researcher at Orange/France Telecom from 2005-2008.

Mischa Dohler is now Chief Architect in Ericsson Inc. in Silicon Valley, US.

Yi Pan

Automatic and Semi-Automatic Translation for Cloud Programming Models


ABSTRACT: Cloud computing has gradually evolved into an infrastructural tool for many scientific and business applications with intensive data or computing requirements. One of the challenges in cloud computing now is how to run software efficiently on cloud platforms since lots of classic sequential codes are not ready to be executed in parallel in cloud environments, resulting in long execution time and low efficiency. It is also costly and labor intensive to redesign and convert current sequential codes into cloud codes running on cloud programming models such as MapReduce or Spark. Thus, automatic translation from sequential codes to cloud codes is one of the directions that could resolve the problem of slow code migration from traditional computing platforms to cloud infrastructures. In this talk, I will present several automatic translators (M2M, J2M and J2S) for cloud programming models MapReduce and Spark. I will provide details of the design of our translators and their performance results based on many experiments. Performance comparisons between hand-coded cloud programs and automatically translated codes will also be carried out. Semi-automatic translation with human tuning will also be introduced. Our experimental results indicate that the translators we have designed not only can precisely translate the sequential codes such as MATLAB codes or Java codes into cloud codes, but also can achieve almost a linear speedup in performance if the data sizes in the applications are huge enough. Since cloud computing is used for big data anyway, this demonstrates that automatic translation to reduce labor costs is a possible effective way to go for cloud programming. In addition, the limitations and shortcomings of our automatic translation and semi-automatic translation will be identified and future directions in this area will be provided.

BIO: Dr. Yi Pan is currently a Chair Professor and the Dean of Faculty of Computer Science and Control Engineering at Shenzhen Institute of Advanced Technology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China and a Regents’ Professor Emeritus at Georgia State University, USA. He served as Chair of Computer Science Department at Georgia State University from 2005 to 2020. He has also served as an Interim Associate Dean and Chair of Biology Department during 2013-2017. Dr. Pan joined Georgia State University in 2000, was promoted to full professor in 2004, named a Distinguished University Professor in 2013 and designated a Regents' Professor (the highest recognition given to a faculty member by the University System of Georgia) in 2015.

Dr. Pan received his B.Eng. and M.Eng. degrees in computer engineering from Tsinghua University, China, in 1982 and 1984, respectively, and his Ph.D. degree in computer science from the University of Pittsburgh, USA, in 1991. His profile has been featured as a distinguished alumnus in both Tsinghua Alumni Newsletter and University of Pittsburgh CS Alumni Newsletter. Dr. Pan's current research interests mainly include bioinformatics and health informatics using big data analytics, cloud computing, and machine learning technologies. Dr. Pan has published more than 450 papers including over 250 journal papers with more than 100 papers published in IEEE/ACM Transactions/Journals. In addition, he has edited/authored 43 books. His work has been cited more than 18500 times based on Google Scholar and his current h-index is 88. Dr. Pan has served as an editor-in-chief or editorial board member for 20 journals including 7 IEEE Transactions. Currently, he is serving as an Editor-in-Chief of Big Data Mining and Analytics, an Associate Editor-in-Chief of Journal of Computer Science and Technology, Chinese Journal of Electronics, and IEEE/ACM Transactions on Computational Biology and Bioinformatics. He is the recipient of many awards including one IEEE Transactions Best Paper Award, five IEEE and other international conference or journal Best Paper Awards, 4 IBM Faculty Awards, 2 JSPS Senior Invitation Fellowships, IEEE BIBE Outstanding Achievement Award, IEEE Outstanding Leadership Award, NSF Research Opportunity Award, and AFOSR Summer Faculty Research Fellowship. He has organized numerous international conferences and delivered keynote speeches at over 70 international conferences around the world.

Dr. Pan is a Member of the Academy of the United Nations Sciences and Technology Organization, Foreign Member of Ukrainian Academy of Engineering Sciences, Fellow of American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, Fellow of Institute of Engineering Technology and Fellow of Royal Society for Public Health.


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