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Cambridge, UK, February 23-25, 2010

The Conference is going to be held in the University of Cambridge, Cambridge, UK, February 23-25, 2010


How to get to the conference place: See the file: 
See also: New Hall College, Cambridge 

Click here and see photographs and a full report from the previous conference of WSEAS in Cambridge (one year ago...)

Click here and see photographs and a full report from the previous WSEAS in Cambridge two year ago...

Sponsored by WSEAS, IASME, IARAS, WSEAS Transactions on Biology and Biomedicine,
In Collaboration with the WSEAS IWG (International Working Group) on Oncology,
the WSEAS IWG on Biology and Chemistry, the WSEAS IWG on Physiology, the WSEAS IWG on Histology and Embryology, the WSEAS IWG on Psychiatric, the WSEAS IWG on Pharmacology.

The organizing committee calls you to submit your papers, special sessions and tutorials.

Plenary Lecture 1:

The SQUID as Diagnostic Tool to Evaluate the Effect of Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation in Patients with CNS Disorders
by Prof. Photios Anninos, Democritus University of Thrace, GREECE.

Plenary Lecture 2:

The Central Histaminergic System An Essential Part of Circulatory Homeostatic Mechanisms in Haemorrhagic Shock?
by Assoc. Prof. Jerzy Jochem, Medical University of Silesia, POLAND.

Plenary Lecture 3:

The Importance of Mathematical Physiology for the Future of Medical Physiology: Some Examples From the Study of Cardiac Mechanics
by Prof. Rachad M. Shoucri, Royal Military College of Canada, CANADA.

Plenary Lecture 4:

Basic and Clinical Neurophysiology of Chronic Pain: From Localised Symptoms to Generalised and Widespread Pain
by Prof. Cesar Fernandez de las Penas, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, SPAIN.

Plenary Lecture 5:

Impact of Increased Intra-Abdominal Pressure on Venous Return in Positive Pressure Ventilated Pigs. An Echographic Study
by Dr. Karim Bendjelid, Geneva University Hospitals, SWITZERLAND.

Plenary Lecture 6:

Computational Cardiology: Can we Predict the Hemodynamics in the Human Heart?
by Dr. Torsten Schenkel, University of Karlsruhe, GERMANY.

Plenary Lecture 7:

Diagnostic Value of Multifocal-Electroretinogram in Retinal Diseases
by Dr. Marilita M. Moschos, University of Athens, Greece.

Plenary Lecture 8:

Assessment of Collateral Function in 91 Patients with Chronic Total Coronary Occlusions by New Invasive Coronary Impedance and Conductance Parameters
by Dr. Matthias Goernig, University Hospital of Jena, GERMANY.

Plenary Lecture 9:

Non-Invasive Expressions of ipt in Whole Plants or Roots - Indicate Cytokinins are Synthesized in Plant Aerial Parts, and Coordinate with Light Affect on the Phenotypes and the Formation of Anthocyanins, Lignins
by Prof. Jian-Chun Guo, Chinese Academy of Tropical Agricultural Sciences, CHINA.

Plenary Lecture 10:

Hand Reaching Adaptive and Online Motor Control Processes
by Dr. Claude Prablanc, Unit 864 Espace et Action (INSERM-Bron), FRANCE.

Plenary Lecture 11:

Single Nucleotide Polymorphism: From Disease Susceptibility to Creativity
by Dr. Victor Dosenko, National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine, UKRAINE.

Plenary Lecture 12:

Effects of Exercise on Reaction Time to Peripheral Visual Stimuli
by Dr. Soichi Ando, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, JAPAN.

Plenary Lecture 13:

The Role of the Cerebellum in Associative Memory is Control of the Oculomotor Expression of the Memory but not its Storage
by Prof. I. Steele-Russell, Texas A&M University System HSC, USA.

Plenary Lecture 14:

Quiet Chaos in Psychophysiomatics
by Prof. Tuan D. Pham, The University of New South Wales, AUSTRALIA.

Plenary Lecture 15:

Novel Respiratory Viruses: Epidemiology, Pathophysiology, and Optimized Strategies for Molecular Diagnosis
by Dr. Oliver Schildgen, University of Bonn Medical Centre, GERMANY.

Plenary Lecture 16:

Is Thermal Scanner Losing its Bite for Indoor Mass Blind Fever Screening of Pandemic Influenza at Ports of Entry and in the Community?
by Assoc. Prof. Eddie YK Ng, Nanyang Technological University, SINGAPORE.

Plenary Lecture 17:

Nanomechanics and Nanomanipulation of Soft Biological Materials for Tissue Engineering/Growth
by Prof. Isaac Kuo-Kang Liu, University of Warwick, UK.

Plenary Lecture 18:

Suitable Methods of Dynamic System Identification in the Arterial Baroreceptor Reflex
by Dr. Koji Kashihara, Nagoya University, JAPAN.

Plenary Lecture 19:

The Influence of Musculoskeletal Properties and Neural Control on the Stability of Human Motion
by Prof. Heiko Wagner, University of Muenster, GERMANY.

Plenary Lecture 20:

Diagnostic Value of Skin Vasomotion Investigation in Vascular Diseases
by Prof. Marco Rossi, University of Pisa, ITALY.

Plenary Lecture 21:

Invasion of the Host Epithelium by the Microorganisms: Good or Bad News for the Host?
by Dr. Nadia Nadejda Berkova, INRA, FRANCE.

Plenary Lecture 22:

Contribution of Nitric Oxide and Mitochondrial Permeability Transition to the Cardiovascular Control in Hypertension and Experimental Hyperglycemia
by Prof. Lyudmila N. Shapoval, National Academy of Sciences, UKRAINE.

The Proceedings related to the Conference are covered by:

2. INSPEC (IET, former IEE)
3. CSA (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)
4. ELSEVIER and Elsevier Bibliographic Database
7. MATHSCINET of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
8. MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
9. Directory of Published Proceedings
10. Computer Science Bibliography Administrator
11. American Chemical Society and its Index: Chemical Abstracts Service
12. European Library in Paris (France)
13. DEST Database (Australia)
14. Engineering Information
18. Compendex (CPX)
23. OceanBase
24. BEILSTEIN Abstracts
25. World Textiles
27. British Library
28. National Library of Greece
29. German National Library of Science and Technology
30. IARAS Index

BEST PAPERS: The authors of the Best Papers will be invited to send extended versions of their papers after the conference to the Editor-in-Chiefs of WSEAS Journals. These extended versions might be published in the WSEAS Journals after the conference with additional review. This very limited number of high-quality papers will be announced in the Post-Conference report of the Conference.

No-show authors will be excluded from any further publication in WSEAS Journals, regardless of the quality of their papers. Additionally, they will be required to pay extra shipping and handling fees in order for the organizing committee to mail out their registration receipt, CD-ROM proceedings, and one volume of the hard-copy proceedings.

These journals are covered by:

1. ISI through the INSPEC (IEE)
2. INSPEC (IET, former IEE)
3. CSA (Cambridge Scientific Abstracts)
4. ELSEVIER and Elsevier Bibliographic Database
6. MATHSCINET of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
8. MATHEMATICAL REVIEWS of AMS (American Mathematical Society)
9. Computer Science Bibliography Administrator
10. British Library
11. American Chemical Society and its Index: Chemical Abstracts Service
12. European Library in Paris (France)
13. DEST Database (Australia)
14. Swets Information Services
15. Engineering Information
19. Compendex (CPX)
20. Geobase
24. OceanBase
25. BEILSTEIN Abstracts
26. World Textiles
28. Mayersche
29. Index of Information Systems Journals
30. National Library of Greece: See the link: NLG-Journals
31. IARAS Index


WSEAS will give out prizes for the winners of the students competition. The evaluation will be based on the recommendation of the Chairmen of each Session. The results will be announced at:


Benefits of Attending:

  • Keep up-to-date on the latest advances in the field.
  • Present your research within a unique forum.
  • Collaborate with experts from around the world.
  • Your conference paper will be reviewed by members of the International Scientific Committee and other colleagues
  • Selected papers will be rapidly processed for publication in WSEAS Transactions.
  • Papers will also be permanently archived in the WSEAS E-Library, where they will be available to the international scientific community.

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