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The future of cardiology care, research and education will be defined by computational, digital and mobile advances. The ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology provides a multidisciplinary platform for basic, translational and clinical scientists who are at the forefront of cardiovascular health care innovation using a wide spectrum of computational, information and communication technologies. Due to the interdisciplinary nature of this field, our Working Group acts transversally and aims to foster the collaboration with other ESC constituent bodies (Associations, Councils, Committees, and Working Groups) on digital health-related matters and activities by providing scientific background and expertise through our multidisciplinary membership.
The Working Group provides the perfect infrastructure for scientists and clinicians active in the different cardiology disciplines to interact and transfer knowledge on digital health technologies and applications. Through its activities, our working group aims to create adoption of advanced digital technologies in the field of cardiology and thereby reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
Our Working Group’s main activity lies in the stimulation of scientific research and of education of the ESC membership in topics such as computational methods in cardiovascular signal and image processing, artificial intelligence, big data, computational modelling and simulation, database management, intra- and inter-hospital communication technology, eHealth, patient-and-physician empowerment, wearables and mobile applications (mHealth).
Every year, our Working Group provides the programme committees of the ESC conferences (e.g. ESC Congress, ESC Digital Summit, EHRA, EACVI, ESC Preventive Cardiology) with high-quality symposia, poster sessions, workshops and other educational activities for implementation in the scientific programmes.
Our Working Group liaises closely with the ESC Digital Health Committee by co-organizing the scientific sessions and technology & innovation pitch presentations hosted in the Digital Health Area of the ESC Congress as well as the ESC Digital Summit. Both events host unique award opportunities for abstracts submitted under the main topic E-Cardiology / Digital Health and for submissions to the Call for Technology & Innovation.
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The Working Group on e-Cardiology is closely linked with the Computing in Cardiology (CinC) community, which manages the annual Computing in Cardiology meeting. The nucleus of the ESC Working Group on e-Cardiology and the Computing in Cardiology Board both host reciprocating representatives as ex-officio member. Every year, our WG co-sponsors the Clinical Needs Translational Award.
The Working Group has a successful and productive collaboration with the European Heart Rhythm Association (EHRA), including contributions to the EHRA meeting by proposing sessions and symposia. The EHRA conference hosts the Digital Arrhythmia Day, which is co-organized by our Working Group, and the e-Cardiology Award session (only for abstracts submitted under the main topic E-Cardiology / Digital Health).
The Working Group has established a successful and productive collaboration with the European Association of Cardiovascular Imaging (EACVI), including contributions to the annual EACVI congress by proposing sessions and symposia, and discounted fees for non-cardiologists members of our WG.
The Working Group is open to give its endorsement to non-ESC meetings that can be considered of interest for its community. Expression of interest to receive this endorsement is welcome under the ESC Endorsement Policy.
Ass. Prof. Joost Lumens
Cardiovascular Research Institute Maastricht Maastricht University Universiteitssingel 50 PO Box 616 Dept. of Biomedical Engineering NL-6200MD Maastricht – Netherlands
Dr. Polychronis Dilaveris, FESC
22 Miltiadou Str.GR-155 61 AthensAthens - Greece
Ass. Prof. Enrico Gianluca Caiani
Web-editor & public relations, Dipartimento di Elettronica, Informazione e Bioingegneria, Politecnico di MilanoPiazza L. Da Vinci 3220133 Milano - Italyemail
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Prof. Rubén Casado Arroyo
Prof. Mamas Mamas
Dr. Marco Di Rienzo
Dr. Theodore Papaioannou
Ass. Prof. Iana Simova
Dr. Magnus Thorsten Jensen
Ass. Prof. Nicolas Duchateau
Dr. Ines Frederix
Prof. Blanca Rodriguez
Dr. Natasja de Groot
Prof. Gianfranco Parati
Prof. Pyotr Platonov
Our mission: To reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease.
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