Special Session on
Fuzzy Sets and Systems: Bridging the Gap in Healthcare Uncertainties

Aim and Scope

The domain of healthcare decision-making is filled with uncertainties due to the variability in patient data, diagnosis, treatment responses, and the inherent imprecision of medical knowledge. Fuzzy sets and systems, capable of handling imprecision and partial truth, offer robust methodologies for modelling and managing these uncertainties. This special session seeks to explore the potential of fuzzy sets and systems in enhancing the quality and efficacy of healthcare services.

This session is proposed in response to the pressing need for sophisticated computational tools to deal with vagueness and ambiguity in healthcare. Fuzzy sets/ logic approach to reasoning under uncertainty makes it particularly suitable for applications ranging from patient diagnosis to treatment planning and healthcare policy.

This special session aims to cover a broad spectrum of applications and theoretical advancements in fuzzy systems within the healthcare domain, offering a comprehensive view of how fuzzy logic can address various uncertainties in this field. We welcome submissions of original research, case studies, and innovative applications of fuzzy sets and systems in healthcare.

The topics include, but are not limited to:

  • Fuzzy systems in uncertain medical diagnostics
  • Application of fuzzy sets in decision-making.
  • Fuzzy models in patient data interpretation.
  • Fuzzy systems in predictive healthcare.
  • Decision-making in healthcare using fuzzy set theory.
  • Fuzzy systems in medical imaging.
  • Applications of fuzzy logic in telemedicine and e-health.
  • Fuzzy cognitive maps for patient treatment pathways and outcomes.
  • Fuzzy data mining and analytics in healthcare databases.
  • Fuzzy models for health risk assessment and prediction.
  • Integration of fuzzy logic with machine learning for personalized medicine.
  • Fuzzy approaches in health informatics and patient data management.
  • Ethical implications of fuzzy sets and systems in healthcare

Paper Submission

Potential authors may submit their manuscripts for presentation consideration through ICETCI 2024 submission system electronically at , following the conference guidelines. All submissions will go through peer review process. To submit your paper to this special session, you have to choose our special session title on the submission page.

Important Dates

Paper submission deadline: Mar 23, 2024
Apr 15, 2024
Paper acceptance notification date: Jun 20, 2024
Final paper submission and early registration deadline: Jun 30, 2024


Aryan Chaudhary
Chief Scientific Advisor, BioTech Sphere Research, India

Aryan Chaudhary, the Chief Scientific Advisor at BioTech Sphere Research, India, is an eminent figure in the healthcare and technology landscape, renowned for his groundbreaking contributions and innovative leadership. Formerly the Research Head at Nijji HealthCare Pvt Ltd, he has showcased unparalleled expertise in harnessing revolutionary technologies, including artificial intelligence, deep learning, IoT, cognitive technology, and blockchain, to reshape the healthcare industry. With a relentless commitment to excellence, he has left an indelible mark as a thought leader. His extensive body of work includes influential academic papers on public health and digital health, published in prestigious international journals. A focal point of his research lies in the integration of IoT and sensor technology for efficient data collection through one-time and ambulatory monitoring. A distinguished keynote speaker at numerous international and national conferences, he serves as a series editor of a CRC Press book series and as the editor of several books on biomedical science. His dedication to advancing scientific knowledge is further evident as a guest editor for special issues in renowned journals. Notably, he is currently serving as a guest editor for a special issue in the esteemed journal EAI Endorsed Transactions on AI and Robotics and has joined the editorial board of Biomedical Science and Clinical Research (BSCR). Recognized for his exceptional contributions, he has received prestigious accolades such as the “Most Inspiring Young Leader in Healthtech Space 2022” by Business Connect. His influence extends to senior memberships in various international science associations, showcasing his impact in the field. Recently, he has been appointed as the Chair for an ACM professional chapter and nominated as a member of the ACM U.S. Technology Policy Committee (USTPC) in the AI & Algorithms division.

Adding to his illustrious portfolio, he has been appointed as he has been appointed as a Technical Committee Member for the tenure 2024–2025 with the IEEE Robotics and Automation Society. Additionally, he has been elected as a regular fellow member of the International Organization for Academic and Scientific Development (IOASD) and admitted as a member of the International Association for Carbon Capture (MIACC). His influence further extends as a technical committee member of IEEE CTSoc- Consumer Systems for Healthcare and Wellbeing (CSH).

Dr Rashmi Singh
Associate Professor
Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University Uttar Pradesh, Noida, India

Dr Rashmi Singh (M.Sc., PhD) is working as an Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics, Amity Institute of Applied Sciences, Amity University, Noida. Her areas of research and interest are Nearness-like structures and Near set theory, soft set theory, rough set theory, fuzzy subset theory, general topology and AI-ML. Her Doctorate degree is in Merotopic Structures in Fuzzy Subset Theory from the University of Allahabad, Uttar Pradesh, India. She has taught postgraduate and undergraduate students for the last 19 years and has been involved in research since 2001. She also worked as a research assistant at Allahabad Mathematical Society for three years, from 2002 to 2005. She is a member of various Professional bodies such as the American Mathematical Society, ISCA, Allahabad Mathematical Society and many other societies of Mathematical Sciences. She has published 25-plus research articles in various National and International Journals. She has supervised more than 30 Masters and undergraduate students. She is recognized as an Editor and Reviewer for various referred and peer-reviewed National and International Journals. She is a recognized research supervisor and has supervised one PhD scholar; two are pursuing under her guidance.