The Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) paves the foundations for intelligent and reliable personalized precision medicine. Grounded in the mathematical and physical modeling of human anatomy and physiology, it offers accurate multiscale medical monitoring through smart sensing, enabling continuous diagnosis via on-fly communication with medical experts. It provides hyperspectral and hyperdimensional processing and restores health through patient-specific actuation. The IoMT special day provides a forum for academic and industry representatives from areas such as medical and bioengineering and embedded systems to discuss innovative ideas and solutions for precise personalized medicine. Submissions to the IoMT day are via the three conferences.
Insup Lee, University of Pennsylvania, US
Paul Bogdan, University of Southern California, US