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Paper Submission Instructions

  1. Please use the links below to download the relevant MS Word and Latex templates. MS Word Files: .dot and .doc sample files. Latex Files: .zip sample file
  2. Log in at to test your pdf file or convert your doc file to pdf file with the IEEE PDF eXpress™ program. The ConferenceID is bibe2013x.  Details for using IEEE PDF eXpress™ can be found here.
  3. Upload your paper here

The submissions should contain original, high quality, not submitted or published elsewhere work. Papers should strictly follow IEEE format and have a page limit of 4 pages. Extended papers of 5 or 6 pages will be considered, and the authors will be charged with an additional fee of 50 or 100 Euro, respectively.  Conference content will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore as well as other Abstracting and Indexing (A&I) databases. Extended versions of selected papers of the conference will be invited for publication in journal special issues (SCI Indexed). 

More information about special issue can be found here.


Registration and Copyrights

Authors of accepted papers must register and sign the IEEE Copyright Form no later than 16 September 2013.
In order to register for a paper, please enter here

At least one author of each paper must be registered in order the paper to be included in the conference proceedings. Once a manuscript has been uploaded, the registration fees cannot be refunded. Please be sure that the attending author completes payment and uploads the final paper. A registered author can have one paper. For each additional accepted paper a separate registration is needed. If the attending author presents more than two papers the registration of one of the papers is free. 

IEEE BIBE 2013 Student Paper Competition

Students are encouraged to submit their papers to the IEEE BIBE 2013student paper competition, following the regular paper submission procedure. Submissions will be evaluated based on their originality, scientific merits, structure, and clarity of composition. All submissions will be peer-reviewed and finalists selected based on the merits of submissions must attend the Conference and present their papers as an oral or a poster presentation. The five finalists of the compentition will receive commemorative and monetary awards. The sponsor of the awards is BAIF.  The winners will be also invited to submit extended versions of their papers in journal special issues on topics related to the conference. 

Student Paper Competition Winners


Ioannis Andreadis

"Variations on breast density and subtlety of the findings require different computational intelligence pipelines for the diagnosis of clustered microcalcifications"

Abhik Datta

"A Fast Point Pattern Matching Algorithm for Robust Spatially Addressable Bead Encoding"

Stamos Katsigiannis

"Enhancing the Performance of a Microarray Gridding Algorithm via GPU Computing Techniques"

Ghafoor Shah

"Blind Recovery of Cardiac and Respiratory Sounds Using Non-negative Matrix Factorization and Time-Frequency Masking"

Amirehsan Sarabadani Tafreshi

"Model free predictive control of human heart rate and blood pressure"


Oral Presentation Guidelines

For oral presentations, a laptop PC, video projector, microphone, and laser pointer will be provided. The laptop PC will have Windows XP / 7, Adobe Acrobat, Media Player, and MS PowerPoint. The presenters can bring their presentations on CD/memory stick. It is strongly recommended that presenters bring their presentations on CD/memory stick (flash drive) to store on the laptop PC at least 30 min prior to your session. Your presentation should be 10 minutes long, followed by a 5 minute question‐answer period.