EAI HealthWear 2021 - 3rd EAI International Conference on Wearables in Healthcare 

(Virtual Conference)

November 26-27, 2021

Webpage: https://healthwear-conference.eai-conferences.org/2021/

It is estimated that today globally there exist more than 9 million wearable and 22 billion smart mobile devices, which are expected to grow exponentially in the coming years. These wearable and smart mobile devices are widely being utilized to capture many health and fitness parameters for monitoring normal people, patients, and higher quality of life (QoL) for ageing citizens. The business ecosystem based on consumer oriented wearable self-tracking devices, smartphone apps and related services is being developed. Various methods have been devised to collect data as well as analyses using data mining, machine learning, deep learning, statistics, information science, sociology, and psychology. Such techniques provide new opportunities to enrich the understanding of individual and population health. Data from wearable devices provide better measures of everyday behaviour and lifestyle, can complement more traditional clinical data collection, and pandemic analyses for a finer and comprehensive picture of individual and public health.

HealthWear will bring together researchers, developers, designer and industry professionals from both Healthcare community and University to discuss key issues, opportunities and obstacles for personal and public health data research. These include challenges of capturing, summarizing, presenting and retrieving relevant information from heterogeneous sources to support a new vision of pervasive personal healthcare.


Wearable devices and systems

Printable and Flexible electronics

mHealth and/or eHealth

Personal Health Informatics

Pervasive Health

Wearable for Ambient Assist Living

Smart Glass, wearable imaging, projection devices

Earable devices

Activity Monitoring and Devices


Healthcare Knowledge Representation & Reasoning

Health Data acquisition, analysis and mining

Validity, reliability, usability and effectiveness of Self-Tracking devices

Social and Psychological investigation into Self-Tracking devices

Health Monitoring in clinical and lifestyle environments

Sensors and actuators for Wellness, Fitness and Rehabilitation

Innovative Algorithms for assessment

Life Coaching

Medical Self-diagnostics

Healthcare and edge computing

Deep-learning for wearable signals analysis

Wearable technology in medicine and health care

Wearable technology for medical applications

Wearable systems for clinical and biomedical uses

Wearable sensor technology for health monitoring

Wearable sensor technology for rehabilitation

Wearable technology and preventative healthcare

Health wearables and health tracking

Wearable medical devices for tele-home healthcare

Clinical effectiveness of health wearables

Privacy, security and consumer protection

Ubiquitous Input Devices

Wearable fashion

           Experiment Design