XXX International Congress on  Electrocardiology      Midnight  Sun  Symposium

Call for Papers | Submission of  Paper | Presentations | List of  Sessions | Main Topics | Kenichi Harumi  Award

Instructions for Submission of Papers          
Quick info
  Prepare your manuscript  using either Word or RTF formatted template file
Maximum length 2 pages  
Fill in Submission of Paper Form
E-Mail  your file to
Deadline  March 21, 2003

General Information
XXX ICE requires electronic submission of papers. Please read the guidelines and formatting instructions given in the Paper Template File carefully before preparing your paper. Note that the paper length should not exceed 2 pages. Incomplete submissions will be returned to the author and must be re-submitted correctly to be considered for presentation.

Main Topics
List of Organized Sessions

You may suggest your paper for an organized session. In which case include a note about the session and the name of the session's organizer when sending your paper.

Template Files
Download and save document Paper Template File, either Microsoft Word or Rich Text (RTF) format file. Use the selected template to type-in your own text. If you are prompted to Open it or Save the selected file to disk, choose Save it to disk.

Submission by e-mail
Submission of all papers must be done via e-mail to as a file attachment. Prior to sending your paper, please fill in Submission of Paper form.  All papers submitted will be acknowledged within three working days of submission.

Important Dates regarding Paper Submission
Deadline for submission of formatted papers via e-mail is March 21, 2003. Abstracts arriving after this date will not be considered. Submitted papers will be peer reviewed through the Scientific Committee. Authors will be notified of acceptance or recommended modifications via e-mail no later than 31 March 2003.

Publishing Information
All papers accepted for either oral or poster presentation will be published in a Special Issue of the International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism ( Copyright of all contributions published in the International Journal of Bioelectromagnetism is assigned to the International Society for Bioelectromagnetism. The Publisher will not refuse any reasonable request by the author for permission to reproduce any of his or her contributions to the IJBEM. At least one of the authors must register and pay for the Congress by 18 April 2003, otherwise the paper will be removed from the Program and the Journal.

Further Information
For further information on abstract submission, please contact

Presentations    Return to Top

Oral Presentations  will be 10 min, with an additional 5 min for discussion. A computer with data projector and slide projector will be available in each lecture hall.

Poster Sessions  are scheduled during the coffee breaks (coffee will be served in the Poster hall). Posters will be displayed for one full day.

The scientific committee will make the final decision as to which of the proposed papers will be presented as orals or as posters.

PowerPoint Posters in the Midnight Sun Symposium
The registrant participants may submit a paper for poster presentation. Please follow the Instructions for Submission of Papers presented above.

Posters are presented with a computer, which is provided by the organizer when needed. When using organizer's computer the poster must be in PowerPoint format. Posters will be viewed during coffee breaks. When sending a paper, it should be marked as a poster for Midnight Sun Symposium.

List of Organized Sessions     Return to Top

Main Topics     Return to Top
Basic Electrophysiology Holter Monitoring
Cardiac Arrhythmias and Pacing Impedance Cardiography
Clinical ECG and VCG Instrumentation
Computer Assisted ECG Inverse Problem
ECG During Anesthesia Magnetocardiography
ECG Recording by Implanted Devices Modeling of Cardiac Electrical Activity
Evidence Based ECG Potential Mapping
Exercise ECG Signal Processing and Analysis
Heart Rate Variability Signal Averaged ECG
Historical Notes of 30 Year Old ICE Tele-ECG

Kenichi Harumi Young Investigator's Award     Return to Top

The annual Kenichi Harumi Young Investigator's Award is donated by Siemens Medical Systems (USA). The first prize is $500. A second prize of $300 and a third prize of $200 are also awarded.

Registrants less than 40 years of age are entitled to participate in the Young Investigators' Competition. Investigators must be the lead author in their paper, and present their paper in person. All the YIC papers will be presented orally.


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