After the success of the previous 1stedition (1stInternational Workshop on Human-Centric Smart Environments for Health and Well-being IHSH’2018) held at Medea, Algeria on 24th-25th November 2018, and the 2nd edition held at Boumerdes, Algeria on 9th-10th February 2021, The new 2022 edition is promoted to the rank of conference entitled “The 2022 International Conference on Human-centric Smart environments for Health and well-being (IHSH’2022)” will be organized by the University of Québec at Rimouski (UQAR, Qc, Canada) in collaboration with the University of Sciences and Technology Houari Boumediene (Algeria). It will be held in Hybrid at Lévis, Canada (QC) on October 26th, 27th, and 28th 2022.

Smart environment for health and well-being may be defined as “a world that is richly and invisibly interwoven with smart devices (sensors, actuators, displays, etc.) that are continuously working to make humans’ lives more comfortable and to improve their health and well-being”.

The aim of the IEEE sponsored conference IHSH’2022 is to contribute to the scientific knowledge of building smart environments for health and well-being. This Conference will provide an interesting multi-disciplinary collaborative forum for the active community of academics, researchers, and industrials from computer science, information technology, electrical engineering, biomedical engineering, and telecommunication.

The conference invites authors for presenting original works describing research results, theoretical, practical, or industrial solutions (prototype, formal modeling, augmented reality, machine learning, big data, web & internet of things, system theory, optimization, robotics, etc.) and discussing innovative ideas that have potentials to build human-centric smart environments for health and the well-being. The conference will include a plenary talk and oral/poster sessions.

IHSH'2022 is Technically Co-Sponsored by IEEE and is planned as a hybrid event: some sessions in-person to be held in Lévis, Canada (QC) and some over the Internet.

All accepted papers will be submitted for publication in IEEE Xplore and indexed in DBLP, Web of Science, and Scopus.

Authors of the best papers will be invited to submit extended versions of their articles for publication in indexed Journals. Extensions of the first best papers will be considered for publication free of charge in an MDPI Journal Special Issue “Smart Environments for Health and Well-Being“.