Submission Due 1:
Before 30 June, 2021
Before 31 August, 2021
28-30 January, 2022
We are pleased to announce that 2022 HIESRS International Conference on Biomedicine and Medical Physics (BMP 2022) will be held on 28-30 January, 2022, Moscow, Russia.
BMP 2022 aims to bring together innovative academicians and industrial experts in the field of biomedicine and medical physics to join us in this academic communication platform. The goal of the conference is to promote not only scientific and technology development in biomedicine and medical physics related fields but also the scientific information communication between researchers, developers, engineers, students, and practitioners working all around the world. This conference provides opportunities for the delegates to exchange new ideas face-to-face, to establish business or research relations as well as to find global partners for future collaborations.
BMP 2022 is co-sponsored by Wuhan SPLD Cultural Co., Ltd., China, Hong Kong ShenYi International Cultural Communication Co., Limited and Hongkong International Education and Science Research Society, HIESRS. BMP 2022 only accept unpublished abstracts. The reviewing process of BMP 2021 aims to provide authors with constructive feedback on their papers, even when a submission is rejected. All submissions will be subjected to double-blind peer reviews by at least TWO reviewers, who are expert or have been experiencing in the related field for years.
This year we have faced the threat of the new coronavirus spread, this threat has led to the isolation of a large number of people. Taking into account the current situation, we adopt the combination of reality and virtual conference. In this connection, we are not bounded by geographic location and time zone, We hope that this format of the conferences will be quite effective and perhaps in the future will provide an opportunity to participate in events.
Themes (But not limited to):
I. Biological Sciences
Ecology & Environmental Biology
II. Medical Physics
Information Technology in Healthcare
Modelling and Simulation
BME and MP Education, Training and Professional Development
Accreditation and Certification
Health Technology Assessment
Biomechanics, Rehabilitation and Prosthetics
Minimum Invasive Surgery, Robotics, Image Guided Therapies, Endoscopy
Diagnostic and Therapeutic Instrumentation
Micro-and Nanosystems, Active Implants, Biosensors
Neuroengineering, Neural Systems
Biomaterials, Cellular and Tissue Engineering, Artificial Organs Assistive Technologies
Biological Effects of Electromagnetic Fields
Radiation Oncology Physics and Systems
Dosimetry and Radiation Protection
Advanced Technologies in Cancer Research and Treatment
Biological Effects of Ionizing Radiation
Nuclear Medicine and Molecular Imaging
III. Medical Engineering and Information Technology
Applications in Electronic Health Records
IV. Chemistry and Chemical Engineering Fundamentals
Chemical Engineering Fundamentals
Physical, Theoretical and Computational Chemistry
Chemical Engineering Educational Challenges and Development
Chemical Reaction Engineering
Chemical Engineering Equipment Design and Process Design
Catalysis & Reaction Engineering
Interfacial & Colloidal Phenomena
Transport Phenomena in Porous/Granular Media
Membranes and Membrane Science
Distillation, Absorption and Extraction
Lonic Liquids/Electrolyte Solutions
Submit Your Abstracts
Prospective authors are kindly invited to submit Abstracts.
Authors must avoid the submission of redundant articles. Redundant (or duplicate) publication, as defined by the Conference Committee of Editors is publication of a articles that overlaps substantially with one already published in print or electronic media. Salami publishing will not be tolerated by Conference Committee. This is defined as the authors covering the same population, methods, and question in previous studies they have published with only minor or incremental changes in what they report. Conference Committee considers this may be an attempt to bias the literature. If there is any hint of redundancy, the author should send the potentially overlapping paper and explain, in the covering letter, why it is necessary to include the material and why it should not be regarded as redundant.