Computing in Cardiology
Computing in Cardiology meetings are organized by local hosts with the support of Computing in Cardiology, Inc., an international society of scientists and professionals from the fields of medicine, physics, engineering and computer science. Computing in Cardiology, Inc. is incorporated as a non-profit corporation in the state of Missouri. In accordance with its bylaws, CinC is governed by a Board of Directors, which is elected by its membership. Membership in Computing in Cardiology is attained by attendance at two annual scientific meetings within the past four years.
Until 2010, our conference was known as Computers in Cardiology. In 2010, we changed our name to Computing in Cardiology. When CinC began in 1974, it was possible to do research in cardiology without computers. Today, this is scarcely imaginable, any more than doing research without pencils, or chairs. Our name change reflects how the focus of the meeting -- which has always been, and remains, applications of computers in cardiology and cardiovascular physiology -- is aimed squarely at methods and results of computation, rather than on the now-ubiquitous computing machinery that pervades nearly all modern scientific endeavor.
(The original Computers in Cardiology home page is still available.)