Welcome to the AIME 2019 website.
The AIME 2019 conference will be held in Poznan, Poland on June 26-29, 2019. As previous AIME conferences (from Pavia in 1985 to Vienna in 2017) it will be a unique opportunity to present significant theoretical, methodological and applied results related to the application of artificial intelligence (AI) in medicine.
AIME 2019 will include two invited lectures, full and short papers, tutorials, workshops, and a doctoral consortium.
Conference4me Mobile App
The detailed program has been also published using the Conference4me mobile app. Please download the app for your platform (iOS, Android), run it, tap on the "hamburger" menu > Get more conferences > Download conferences and choose AIME 2019 from the list. Then, you will have access to the detailed agenda and additional information. You may also check the simplified web-based version of the agenda.
Main conference and workshop proceedings are available for download. Please use the links provided below:
- Main conference proceedings (please note this link will be active until July 21, 2019),
- KR4HC / ProHealth 2019 workshop proceedings,
- TEAAM workshop proceedings - to be provided.
Nominations for Best Paper Awards
Based on obtained reviews the following papers have been nominate by the Program Committee for the Mario Stefanelli and Marco Ramoni Awards:
- Mario Stefanelli award for the best student paper
- Gilles Vandewiele, Isabelle Dehaene, Olivier Janssens, Femke Ongenae, Femke De Backere, Filip De Turck, Kristien Roelens, Sofie Van Hoecke, Thomas Demeester : A Critical Look at Studies Applying Over-sampling on the TPEHGDB Dataset
- Negar Safinianaini, Henrik Boström, Viktor Kaldo: Gated Hidden Markov Models for Early Prediction of Outcome of Internet-based Cognitive Behavioral Therapy
- Vincent Menger, Marco Spruit, Wouter van der Klift, Floor Scheepers: Using Cluster Ensembles to Identify Psychiatric Patient Subgroups
- Marco Ramoni award for the best paper in bioinformatics
- Harry Freitas da Cruz, Boris Pfahringer, Frederic Schneider, Alexander Meyer, Matthieu-P. Schapranow: External Validation of a "Black-Box" Clinical Predictive Model in Nephrology: Can Interpretability Approaches Help Illuminate Performance Differences?
- Jeong Min Lee, Milos Hauskrecht: Recent Context-aware LSTM for Clinical Event Time-series Prediction
- Rami Ben-Ari, Yoel Shoshan, Tal Tlusty: Mammogram Classification with Ordered Loss
The final decisions will be made during the AIME 2019 conference based on the quality of a paper and its oral presentations. We congratulate the authors of the nominated papers and wish them good luck.
Pediatric Cardiology, CHOC Children's, Orange, USA
Common Misconceptions and Future Directions for AI in Medicine:
Head of Privacy and Data Protection at Gemserv, London, UK
AI in Healthcare: Ethical and Privacy Challenges
See more details about the invited speakers and their talks
Tutorials and Workshops
- Tutorial 1: Evaluation of Prediction Models in Medicine
- Tutorial 2: The Clinician-Data Scientist Dyad: Understanding Both for an Exceptional Convolution
- Tutorial 3: Medical Information Retrieval
- Tutorial 4: Argumentation Technology in Medicine
- Workshop 1: Knowledge Representation for Health Care / Process-oriented Information Systems in Health Care (KR4HC/ProHealth) 2019
- Workshop 2: Modern Techniques and Artificial Intelligence in Orthopedics and Rehabilitation (canceled)
- Workshop 3: Transparent, Explainable and Affective AI in Medical Systems (
See more details about the tutorials and workshops
Registration fees are the same as for the last AIME conference:
(until May 31, 2019)
(after May 31, 2019)
|main conference - regular||€ 450||€ 550||€ 650|
|main conference - student||€ 300||€ 400||€ 500|
|doctoral consortium||€ 80||€ 90||€ 100|
|tutorial||€ 80||€ 90||€ 100|
|workshop||€ 80||€ 90||€ 100|
|conference dinner||€ 50|
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