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The Society is devoted to the advancement of electrocardiography through the application of computer methods. Its annual scientific conference brings together scientists, clinicians, engineers and policy makers working in the field. Since the conference is designed to stimulate the informal exchange of ideas and information, attendance is limited to approximately 125 participants. Topics to be presented at the 2019 Conference:
  • Novel ECG recording and sensor technologies
  • ECG in mobile applications
  • ECG technologies and regulatory guidance
  • ECG and drug development
  • ECG criteria enhancement
  • Repolarization variability and dynamics
  • Cardiac rhythm: diagnosis and dynamics
  • ECG Imaging technologies
  • ECG in cardiac risk stratification
  • ECG and implantable devices
  • ECG and blood pressure
  • Genome-wide association study and ECG
  • Genetic disease and ECG phenotypes
  • Continuous and intermittent ECG monitoring
  • Long- and short-term ECG monitoring

The abstract submission deadline has been extended to December 9, 2018 for the 2019 ConferenceTo submit an abstract, please complete the following form.  

You MUST include the following when submitting an abstract: 

Title of the abstract

Authors’ names, institution, city, (state), country  (see form below for submission style requirements)

Abstract Body (see form below for submission requirements)

  • Background - context or background for the research and should state its purpose.
  • Methods - basic procedures (selection of study subjects or laboratory animals, observations and analytical methods)
  • Results - main findings (giving specific effect sizes and their statistical significance, if possible), and 
  • Conclusions - principal conclusions.  This section should emphasize new and important aspects of the study or observations.

Additional guidelines:

No illustrations or references should be included. Abstract submissions must be 400 words or less (including background, methods, results, and conclusions).

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Authors MUST be submitted in this style:

Ala N. Other, PhDa, Joseph Doe, BScb, Andy Chap, MDa
aDept of Bioinformatics, University Hospital, Nowhere, NY, USA
bDept of Errors, Institute of Faults, Cheaptown, Costa Fortuna

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