40th International JVE Conference on Dynamics of Biological Systems is an integral part of Vibroengineering Series Conferences and will be held in Kaunas, Lithuania. Internationally renowned invited speakers and contributing authors from all over the world will present the latest advances in the field of Biomedical Engineering of Dynamical Systems. This conference will feature a broad range of high-level technical presentations including invited distinguished experts.
The conference will provide an opportunity to communicate your recent research advances, exchange ideas in innovative Biomedical Engineering technologies, meet old friends and make new business partners in Biomedical Engineering. With your participation, this Conference will be an exciting scientific event, a fruitful opportunity to promote scientific research and technological development of Biomedical Engineering and its applications.
The conference is organized by JVE International with the partnership of Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas University of Technology, Vytautas Magnus University, Vienna University of Technology (Austria), Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Hohai University (China), Barcelona University (Spain) and HeartMath Institute (USA).
Principal topic of the conference is Biomedical Engineering of Dynamical Systems and other topics are also included in the conference agenda.
All papers presented at International JVE Conference will be published as short Conference papers in Vibroengineering Procedia. Conference papers published in Vibroengineering Procedia is indexed in Scopus, EI Compendex, Inspec, Gale Cengage, Google Scholar and EBSCO.
Authors of papers presented at International JVE Conferences are invited to extend their manuscripts to full journal papers which will considered for publication in one of our Open Access journals:
Prof. Eugenijus Kaniusas
TU Wien, Faculty of Electrical Engineering and Information Technology, Vienna, Austria
Chair of the Conference
Prof. Alfonsas Vainoras
Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania
Chair of the Conference
|Prof. Minvydas Ragulskis|
|Dr. Vaiva Šiaučiūnaitė|
|Prof. Alfonsas Vainoras|
|Prof. Saulius Šatkauskas|
|Prof. A. Ragauskas|
|Prof. Vaidotas Marozas|
|Dr. Aurelijus Domeika|
|Prof. Jonas Poderys|
|Prof. Renaldas Raišutis|
|Acc. Prof. Mindaugas Štelemėkas|
|Prof. habil. dr. Vaiva Lesauskaitė|
|Prof. Eugenijus Kaniušas||Austria, Vienna|
|Prof. Natalia Balague||Spain, Barcelona|
|A/Prof. Joachim Sturmberg||Australia, Newcastle|
|Dr. Kamyar M. Hedayat||USA, Chicago|
|Prof. Robert Hristovskij||Macedonia, Skopje|
|N. Balague||Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain|
|K. Hedayat||Endobiogeny Medical Center, USA|
|R. Hristovski||Cyril and Myphodius University, Scopje, Macedonia|
|G. Jaruševičius||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania|
|R. McCraty||HeartMath Institute, USA|
|Ali Merdji||Faculty of Science and Technology, Route de Mamounia, Mascara University, Algeria|
|Z. Navickas||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|J. Poderys||Lithuanian Sports University, Lithuania|
|M. Ragulskis||Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania|
|W. Scholnhorn||Johanes Gutenberg University, Germany|
|A. Slapšinskaitė||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania|
|M. Štelemėkas||Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Lithuania|
|Joachim Peter Sturmberg||University of Newcastle, Australia|
|C. Torrens||Leida University, Spain|
|P. Vazquez Justes||Barcelona University, INEFC, Spain|
|V. Zaveckas||Lithuania University of Health Sciences, Lithuania|
Dr. Rollin McCraty
Physiological Coherence: Bridging Personal, Social and Global Synchronization
Dr. Jozsef Constantin Széles
Innovative clinical medicine using auricular vagus nerve stimulation
Fast track surgery and the surgical approach to heal chronic wounds - even with the indication for amputation - are examples in which the auricular vagus nerve stimulation plays a crucial role. Basic knowledge about the effects of the auricular vagus stimulation and the associated clinical studies will be presented.
Dr. Kamyar Hedayat
New approaches in medicine: Endobiogeny-integrative physiology and systems analysis in the clinic
Endobiogeny is a theory of complex global systems analysis and integrative physiology. It was developed by physicians to assist medical decision making. Serum biomarkers are considered to be the downstream output of global upstream neuroendocrine regulators of metabolism. They are related through a combinatorial process, then algorithmically analyzed. This approach allows for a dynamic, integrated, interrelated and holographic approach to the human being at multiple scales of function. At microscopic biological scale, cellular processes can be evaluated. At the mesoscopic physiologic scale, tissue, organ and global organismic function can be evaluated. At the macroscopic phenomenological scale, psychological, social, and symbiotic tendencies, and, response to chronobiologic, geomagnetic and cosmobiologic demands can be evaluated. The system offers clinicians the ability to observe the evolution on the patient in response to interventions across space and time. This offers a new approach to precision and personalized medicine based on the organism’s expressed phenotypic capabilities for auto-regulation, rather than latent genetic possibilities.
Prof. Srečko Gajovič
Multimodal in vivo imaging in preclinical evaluation of medical interventions in stroke (and its context in the digital society)
The critical step in the preclinical evaluation of envisaged medical interventions (new drugs, stem cell applications, electroceuticals) is testing them on
the laboratory animals. In case of the ischemic stroke, a clinically relevant animal model is middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO). Due to the complex
cascade of events after brain ischemia, longitudinal follow up of stroke consequences is a crucial element, and it is enabled through assessing the
morphological and molecular parameters by the in vivo imaging.
In our research, we use magnetic resonance imaging (7T Bruker MRI) and bioluminescence imaging (optical imager Perkin Elmer IVIS Spectrum) to follow up the animals up to 28 days after ischemic brain lesion. The dedicated collection of transgenic animals carrying luciferase reporters enables to get insight in neuroinflammation (Tlr2-luc/GFP transgenic mouse), axonal repair (Gap43-luc/GFP transgenic mouse), and apoptosis (caged-luciferin bioluminescence imaging). Each modality is informative individually, but we could show that using multimodal approach and standardizing the bioluminescence according to the MRI measurements enhances the detection of the significant changes among tested animal groups. In case of mice with Tlr2-deficiency, which exhibits modified neuroinflammation after ischemic lesion, the in vivo imaging revealed the enhanced elements of brain repair but as well prolonged and increased apoptosis.
The stroke, being a major health problem, is in need to be addressed through innovative approaches in order to help the patients and protect the healthy ones. The digital society being global and immediate generates both benefits and risks for the individuals expecting to be treated and cured by current advances of medical technologies. I would argue that translating the logic of the offline environment can create the confusion and impasses in the online context. The complexity of the digital geometries distort online space and time, having as a consequence disruption of the medical regulations and the risky individual trajectories in a search for health. The navigation through digital knowledge landscapes appears to be a key element of the person-centered health care.
Prof. Wolfgang Schoellnhorn
Effects of complex movements on the brain as a result of increased decision-making
Prof. Arminas Ragauskas
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Frontier studies of brain pathologies in the World
Prof. Vaidotas Marozas
Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania
Personal Health Devices for Unobtrusive Monitoring of Chronic Diseases
Dr. Marc Tittgemeyer
Max Planck Institute, Germany
The Brain as a Dynamic System: A bottom-up perspective on cognitive processes underlying food intake regulation
Maintenance of energy homeostasis, i.e. the balance between caloric intake and energy expenditure, has to be maintained in a tight range
to ensure health and survival. Throughout evolution, a sophisticated neuronal network has developed that integrate various streams of
information from the body about energy availability. This network enables us to adapt a wide range of behavioral and autonomic responses
to precisely control food intake, energy expenditure, and substrate flux across different peripheral organs. Dysregulation of the underlying
homeostatic circuits causes prevalent diseases, such as obesity and type-2 diabetes mellitus, which are on an epidemic rise in industrialized societies.
At the example of regulation of food intake behavior, I discuss how the brain processes external sensory and internal homeostatic signals to initiate –dynamically– behavioral and physiological responses. Here, a focus will be on circuit-level models of metabolic mechanisms. In this regard, emphasis will be on those biological pathways that mediate individual differences in behavior and risk for (psycho-)pathology implicated in the control of body weight and energy homeostasis. Accordingly, I explore the role of reward processing and motivated behavior in obesity and related disorders.
Final conference program will be announced in the coming months.
Submission deadline until August 15, 2019 (pending acceptance).
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Registration fees include: Publication in Vibroengineering Procedia, Conference materials (Procedia, conference program, certificate, bag and pen), lunch and coffee breaks.
Conference in Kaunas, Lithuania is organized by JVE International in partnership with Lithuanian University of Health Sciences, Kaunas University of Technology, Vytautas Magnus University, Vienna University of Technology (Austria), Silesian University of Technology (Poland), Hohai University (China), Barcelona University (Spain) and HeartMath Institute (USA).
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