The IHAW 2020 event was cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
ICT for Health, Accessibility and Wellbeing (IC-IHAW 2021) is the first of the series of International Conferences on « ICT for Societal Challenges ». It is a showcase for high quality oral and poster presentations and demonstrations sessions.
This conference aims to be a platform for multi and interdisciplinary research at the interplay between Information and Communication Technologies, Biomedical, Neuro-cognitive, and Experimental research.
This research includes the design, experimental evaluation and standardization of new ICT in-silico scalable systems for new and future inclusive and sustainable technologies that benefit all: healthy people, people with disabilities or other impairments, people having chronic diseases, etc. User-centered design and innovation, new intuitive ways of human-computer interaction, and user acceptance are the topics of particular interest.
05 Jul, ’21: Call for Late Submissions with firm deadline July 30, 2021
16 Mar, ’21: The authors of the best papers accepted will be invited to submit extended versions for a
special issue in Springer’s SN Computer Science.
04 Dec, ’20: Important Dates added, Call for Papers and Guidelines updated
26 Aug, ’20: The venue has been added
25 Aug, ’20: The program committee has been announced
10 Aug, ’20: Website is online
A selection of the best accepted papers of IHAW 2021, chosen by a dedicated committee, will be invited to submit an extended version of the IHAW paper to the SN Computer Science journal published by Springer. The selection of the papers to invite will be based on the review scores and arguments and the potential for extension.
8-10 November, 2021
Main Submission Deadline:
June 7, 2021 (AoE)
July 7, 2021 (AoE)
Late Submissions Deadline:
July 30, 2021 (AoE)
September 6, 2021
Notifications will be sent by:
August 23, 2021
Author Registration by:
September 6, 2021
Early Registration until:
Late Registration from:
Organizers and Sponsors
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