The editorial board of CSMU 2014 has released a call for papers for the 1st International Workshop on Emerging Technologies for Computational Sustainability and Meaningful Use, scheduled for August 7-8, 2014 in Ottawa, Canada. Their announcement states:
“CSMU 2014 is a great place for sustainability leaders and healthcare/education/management/computer science/engineering innovators to find new ways to inspire their organizations, learn practical ways to make changes and contribute to international understanding of sustainable institutions. CSMU 2014 enables to network with management and technical professionals across the health/education/science spectrum. It also enables you to take away ideas (e.g. whether the meaningful use movement in USA is good for other places?), tools and methods as well as to explore sustainable models and how to measure their affectivity. Finally it will enables you to include your solutions at the prestigious Springer proceeding. However, you can still present an extended abstract or a poster to share your research or case study.”
Ed Hammond, PhD, Director of the Duke Center for Health Informatics, is a member of the Program Committee. Additional details can be found on their website.