The Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBC) dedicates itself to helping the biomedical engineering community achieve its goals.
Since its first technical conference in 1960 in London, England, EMBC is known for convening academics, clinicians, industry, students and researchers in the biomedical engineering and medtech community.
An essential destination for global biomedical engineers, the event features sessions, workshops, showcases, an exhibition hall, and a variety of networking opportunities.
EMBC proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together.
Conference themes include:
Join us in Orlando, Florida for EMBC for this year’s theme, “Technology and Its Promise For Equity and Access for Well-Health” and be a part of one of the most diverse, collaborative, and inventive biomedical communities in the world.
EMBC 2024 will take place from the 15th-19th of July 2024 .
The IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.) is the world’s largest technical professional society. Through its more than 400,000 members in 150 countries, the organization is a leading authority on a wide variety of areas ranging from aerospace systems, computers and telecommunications to biomedical engineering, electric power, and consumer electronics. Dedicated to the advancement of technology, the IEEE publishes 30 percent of the world’s literature in the electrical and electronics engineering and computer science fields, and has developed nearly 900 active industry standards. The organization annually sponsors more than 850 conferences worldwide.
IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society (EMBS) is the world’s largest international society of biomedical engineers. The organization’s more than 10,000 members reside in some 97 countries around the world. EMBS provides its members with access to the people, practices, information, ideas, and opinions that are shaping one of the fastest-growing fields in science. Our members design the electrical circuits that make a pacemaker run, create the software that reads an MRI, and help develop the wireless technologies that allow patients and doctors to communicate over long distances. They’re interested in bioinformatics, biotechnology, clinical engineering, information technology, instrumentation and measurement, micro and nanotechnology, radiology, and robots. They are researchers and educators, technicians, and clinicians—biomedical engineers are the link between science and life science, creating innovations in healthcare technology for the benefit of all humanity.