Organisation

 

Conference chair

  • Angus Roberts, King’s College London

 

Programme co-chairs

  • Goran Nenadic, University of Manchester
  • Nick Cummins, King’s College London

 

PhD forum

  • Beatrice Alex, University of Edinburgh
  • Anoop Shah, University College London and UCLH

 

Industrial forum and demos

  • Arron Lacey, Swansea University

 

Sponsorships

  • Honghan Wu, UCL and University of Edinburgh

 

Tutorials

  • Luke Slater, University of Birmingham
  • Georgios Gkoutos, University of Birmingham

 

Local organising committee

  • David Chandran, King’s College London (online platforms)
  • Andre Bittar, King’s College London (publicity)

 

Program Committee (tbc)

  • Beatrice Alex, University of Edinburgh
  • André Bittar, King’s College London
  • Nigel Collier, University of Cambridge
  • Elizabeth Ford, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
  • Georgios Gkoutos, University of Birmingham
  • Lamiece Hassan, University of Manchester
  • Owen Johnson, University of Leeds
  • George Karystianis, University of New South Wales
  • Andreas Karwath, University of Birmingham
  • Vivek Kumar, University of Cagliari
  • Arron Lacey, Swansea University
  • Ulf Leser, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Hongfang Liu, Mayo Clinic
  • Danielle Mowery, Perelman School of Medicine, University of Pennsylvania
  • Jong C.Park, KAIST, Korea
  • Josiah Poon, University of Sydney
  • Fabio Rinaldi, Dalle Molle Institute for Artificial Intelligence Research (IDSIA), Lugano
  • Dmitri Roussinov, University of Strathclyde
  • Anoop Shah, UCL Institute of Health Informatics
  • Luke Slater, University of Birmingham
  • Xingyi Song, University of Sheffield
  • Irena Spasic, Cardiff University
  • Rob Stewart, King’s College London
  • Aline Villavicencio, University of Sheffield
  • Karin Verspoor, RMIT University
  • Honghan Wu, UCL and University of Edinburgh

 

Venue

All activities (including presentations, forums and panels) will be organised and available online. If the epidemiological circumstances allow, HealTAC 2021 will be also held in parallel in a face-to-face fashion at the the Strand Campus, King’s College London. More information will be available closer to the conference date.

 

Registration

A registration site will open in April 2021. As in previous years, the registration fees will be minimal and will be specified in April 2021.