Submit your article, paper to the XXVII Brazilian Congress of Biomedical Engineering (CBEB 2020).
Due to the great relevance of the Biomedical Engineering area in the current context of the
dissemination of COVID-19, the CBEB2020 Organizing Committee decided to hold the event on the
scheduled dates (October 26 to 30, 2020).
We emphasize that, if necessary, we will adapt the event to the health requirements arising from the public health scenario existing at the time (with face-to-face, semi-face-to-face or virtual participation), in order to allow participants to present their work remotely, if cannot travel.
The XXVII edition of the Brazilian Congress of Biomedical Engineering (CBEB 2020) will take place from October 26 to 30, 2020, at the Vitória Convention Center. The congress is promoted by the Brazilian Society of Biomedical Engineering - SBEB, every two years. It is organized by researchers linked to a national teaching / research institution and has the collaboration of the entire scientific community working in the field of Biomedical Engineering in the country. The event has a tradition of bringing together academic communities, researchers, scientists from various fields, undergraduate and postgraduate students, as well as representatives from industry, commerce and governments, so that everyone can discuss and present their ideas about the main Biomedical Engineering problems in the country. Thus, we invite the entire academic and industrial community, researchers, scientists from various fields, undergraduate and graduate students to participate in the various activities that will take place during the event and to submit scientific articles of relevance to the development and technological innovation in health. During CBEB 2020 there will also be a number of other activities, such as an Exhibition Fair for clinical equipment companies to showcase their services and products and develop their linkages with stakeholders, Biomedical Engineering Short Courses, and Hackathons. create specific solutions to one or more Biomedical Engineering challenges).