The conference will be held at the University of Manchester, in the new Engineering building (building number 24 on the campus map). The venue is close to Manchester city centre, just off the Oxford Road corridor, next to the Manchester Aquatics Centre. The conference room is GA 056 on the ground floor of the building, near the entrance (the photo below shows the entrance to the building; see here for a zoomed-out picture).




Train: The closest train stations are the Piccadilly and The Oxford Road (15 min walking distance each).

Plane: If you are arriving by plane, the closest airport is Manchester International Airport. The most efficient way is to take a tram or train to the city centre (The Piccadilly), and then walk to your hotel or the venue. You can also take a taxi, of course.

Car: There are several car parks nearby – the information is available here. Please note that the closest car park – Booth Street East – is currently closed.



Marketing Manchester is the official accommodation provider for the conference. Please use this link to book your accommodation with special rates from partner hotels within the walking distance from the conference venue, which include a selection of 3-star and 4-star hotels. Please note: while Manchester has a number of hotels in the city centre, June is a busy time of the year, so booking early is highly recommended. Marketing Manchester will keep a number of rooms exclusively for the conference through the link above. You can try the following near-by hotels:



The registration site is open here.

From June 1st, the registration fee is £125 for students, and £250 for non-students, and includes the full two days of the conference on June 15th and 16th (with lunches and the conference dinner on 15th), and pre-conference events on June 14th. The early bird registration is now closed (the early-bird fee was £100 for students and £200 for non-students before 31st May 2023).




Conference chair

  • Goran Nenadic, University of Manchester


Programme co-chairs

  • Honghan Wu, University College London
  • Richard Dobson, King’s College London


PhD and ECR forum

  • Denis Newman-Griffis, University of Sheffield
  • Riza Batista-Navarro, University of Manchester


Post-conference publication chair

  • Anoop Shah, University College London and UCLH


Industrial forum and demos

  • Dan Schofield, NHS England



  • Beatrice Alex, University of Edinburgh



  • Lifeng Han, University of Manchester


Local organising committee

  • Warren Del-Pinto, University of Manchester
  • Lifeng Han, University of Manchester
  • Judith Andrew, University of Manchester
  • Erika Buzink-Wallis, University of Manchester


Program Committee

  • Beatrice Alex, University of Edinburgh
  • Judith Jeyafreeda Andrew, University of Manchester
  • Riza Batista-Navarro, University of Manchester
  • Arlene Casey, University of Edinburgh
  • Warren Del-Pinto, University of Manchester
  • Matus Falis, University of Edinburgh
  • Elizabeth Ford, Brighton and Sussex Medical School
  • Lifeng Han, University of Manchester
  • Caren Han, University of Sydney
  • George Karystianis, University of New South Wales
  • Arron Lacey, Swansea University
  • Ulf Leser, Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin
  • Ruizhe Li, University of Aberdeen
  • Nikola Milosevic, Bayer
  • Danielle Mowery, University of Pennsylvania
  • Josiah Poon, University of Sydney
  • Paul Rayson, Lancaster University
  • Viktor Schlegel, ASUS Intelligent Cloud Services (AICS)
  • Stefan Schulz, Medical University of Graz
  • Anoop Shah, UCL Institute of Health Informatics
  • Irena Spasic, Cardiff University
  • Mark Stevenson, University of Sheffield
  • Rob Stewart, King’s College London
  • Hanna Suominen, Australian National University
  • Aline Villavicencio, University of Sheffield
  • Honghan Wu, UCL and University of Edinburgh