Prof. em. P.F. Niederer
Institute of Biomedical Engineering
University and ETH Zürich
Tel.: +41 1 632 45 68
Fax:+41 1 632 11 93
Past Editor in Chief
Prof. A.E. Engin
| B. Asiyanbola, USA|| A. Liebert, Poland|
| T. Bajd, Slovenia|| D. Liepsch, Germany|
| G. Catapano, Italy|| P.P. Lunkenheimer, Germany|
| M. Citak, USA|| P.J. McCullagh, Ireland|
| D. Elad, Israel|| J.-P. Morucci, France|
| R.J. Green, United Kingdom|| L. Nolte, Switzerland|
| J. Guttmann, Germany|| R. Reilly, Ireland|
| J. Hammer, Germany|| A.K. Saxena, Austria|
| M.L. Knothe Tate, USA|| C.N. Schizas, Cyprus|
| D. Koutsouris, Greece|| J.G. Snedeker, Switzerland|
| C. Lee, Ireland|| G.J. Verkerke, The Netherlands|
See instructions to authors.
Technology and Health Care is intended to serve as a forum for the presentation of original articles, observing rigorous scientific standards, furthermore reviews, tutorials or discussion papers from the following areas:
Submission of Manuscripts
Exemplary general topics within the journal’s scope are:
- Technology development in medicine: New concepts, procedures and devices associated with the use of technology in medical research and clinical practice are presented to a readership with a widespread background in engineering and/or medicine.
- Significance of medical technology and informatics for health care: The appropriateness, efficacy and usefulness deriving from the application of engineering methods, devices and informatics in medicine with respect to public health are discussed.
- Reviews and tutorials: Tutorial and educational articles for persons with a primarily medical background on principles of engineering with particular significance for biomedical applications and vice versa are presented.
While it is recognized that the foregoing includes a broad range of topics, it is expected that the published material is of significance for the overlapping areas of medicine and engineering.
- Medical and Biological Engineering
- Medical Information Technology:
The journal includes full length scientific papers, survey articles, tutorials (upon invitation), technical notes (of relevance for medicine). Typically, the contributions have a length of 4000 words, thereby taking duly into account figures and tables. They should be submitted to the Editor-in-Chief according to the submission procedure outlined on the back cover and are subjected to a peer review.
ACM Digital Library,
The mission the European Society for Engineering and Medicine is to establish a platform of cooperation between medicine and engineering.