Abstract and Paper Submission
All abstracts will be peer-reviewed and if accepted published online in a supplement issue of the journal ‘Biomedical Engineering / Biomedizinische Technik’ by De Gruyter. The published abstracts will be available online on the De Gruyter website (free access).
In addition, authors are invited to submit an optional conference paper (2 – 4 pages). The conference paper will be peer-reviewed and if accepted published online in the open access journal “Current Directions of Biomedical Engineering” by De Gruyter. Accepted conference papers will be available online on the De Gruyter website (open access).
ATTENTION: The use of the appropriate templates is mandatory.
- Both abstracts or conference papers will be accepted only, if the template format was used accurately.
- No editorial or layout changes can be done by the publishing after publication. By submitting your abstract and paper in English you accept the terms of the respective copyright agreement.
- Abstracts have to be uploaded as pdf file.
- Papers prepared in Word have to be uploaded as word AND pdf file in EDAS.
- Papers Prepared in LaTex have to be uploaded as zip file in EDAS.
Papers and posters are requested from all fields of Biomedical Engineering, such as:
- Artificial Intelligence and Deep Learning
- Augmented and Virtual Reality
- Biohybrid Medical Systems
- Biomaterials and Biocompatibility
- Biomedical Micro and Nano Systems
- Biosensors and Bioanalytics
- Biosignal Processing
- Cellular-, Tissue- and Bioengineering
- Clinical and Ambulatory Monitoring
- Clinical Engineering
- Computer Assisted Surgery
- Cyber Medical Systems
- Digital Operating Room
- Medical Technology and Society
- Image Processing
- In vivo-Imaging
- Intelligent Assistance Systems
- Laboratory Diagnostics and POCT
- Medical Automation Technology
- Medical Decision Support
- Medical Implants
- Medical Information Systems and Management
- Medical Lasers
- Medical Wearables
- Minimal Invasive Surgery
- Modelling and Simulation
- Nanomedicines and Theranostics
- Optics and Medicine
- Patient Specific Model Guided Therapy
- Precision and Personalized Medicine
- Rehabilitation Technology and Prosthetics
- Regulatory Affairs, Quality Management, Ethics
- Surgical Navigation and Robotics
- Telemedicine, eHealth, mHealth, Home Care
- Training and Education
- Usability, Risk Management, Patient Safety
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DGBMT Students Competition
The DGBMT asks students for presenting their results from research projects or diploma theses. The best contributions are awarded certificates and prizes (posters and oral presentations in a separate process).
1. Prize: 1000 EUR
2. Prize: 300 EUR
3. Prize: 200 EUR
Places 1 - 10 each receive a copy from the textbook series Biomedical Engineering.
The submissions are subject to the same peer review process and will undergo an additional evaluation based on quality, degree of innovation and presentation of the scientific-technical work.
The best 10 papers are assessed by the jurors during the running sessions of the BMT conference and the winners determined. The other finalists receive a participation certificate.
Conditions of participation:
Only first authors are admitted who while writing their scientific study presented in the paper
- are or were at the time enrolled as a student at a university,
- are younger than 30 years on the last day of the conference and
- a member of the DGBMT (or of one of the two affiliate societies in Austria or Switzerland; in the first year DGBMT membership is free for students.)
When submitted dissertations of participants shall not yet have been finished. This means that scientific assistants, doctoral students and PhD students are allowed to take part if they fulfil these requirements. Please note that final papers must have been finished when submitted.
A submission application (application form) and an informal letter of recommendation (application endorsement for participation in the student competition) written for instance by a university lecturer or professor supervising the thesis or dissertation shall be submitted in electronic form (PDF document) together with the paper (conference paper). The paper shall present only current research work which may have been terminated not more than one year before the deadline for submission. In the absence of supporting documents the participant will be eliminated.
Preparation of the paper:
Papers for the DGBMT student competition may be submitted as a presentation or a poster the assignment of which is in the hands of the conference scientific advisory board. In the case of team work the submitted paper shall refer only to the personal contribution of the author.
The submitted paper (conference paper) for the DGBMT student competition should not exceed a maximum of 4 pages (PDF document, no password protection) and may be written in German or English.
Please use the binding structuring and formatting templates (available below) for conference papers. The submission of papers (PDF document without password protection) is by means of a web based manuscript handling system.