The 2022 SCH BK21 Four International Workshop on Bigdata for Well-Life Workshop(BWW 2022)

Dec. 19-21, 2022, Vientiane, Laos

Important Notice!!

Call for papers

With the application of computer science, architecture and building engineering have been developed rapidly. In the whole life cycle of the built environment, from the design phase through to construction, operation, performance, maintenance and its deterioration, many technologies have been applied, such as Internet of Things, cloud computing, computer aided design and simulation, artificial intelligence, and so on. All these technologies can support optimal design, data-driven construction, structural analysis and health monitoring, facilities management, indoor environmental quality, and living safety. The goal of this workshop/section is to explore advanced computer science applications in the building subject and investigate the methodology of discipline integration.

Important Dates

Submission Due: Oct. 31, 2022
Author Notification: Oct. 31, 2022
Registration Due: Oct. 31, 2022
Camera Ready Due: Oct. 31, 2022
Conference Date: Dec. 19-21, 2022


The 2022 Bigdata for well-life workshop stands for the advanced technologies and models for enhancing quality of life including
- Wearable sensors and devices for healthcare
- Wireless communications and networks in wellness system
- Activity and context recognition for wellness applications
- Service and device discovery
- Data fusion and context elaboration
- Privacy and security issues in wellness system
- Middleware for ubiquitous wellness system
- Artificial intelligence and expert systems for well-life
- Human computer interaction, usability and acceptability of wellness service
- Home monitoring and ambient assisted applications for healthcare
- System architecture and networking protocols for wellness systems
- Medical data analysis, measurements, and management

Submission Guidelines

Proceedings and Journal Publications



If you have any questions about the papers submission, please email to the Program Chair, Prof. Se Dong Min (