Article collection relevant for ECGI

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Cluitmans, Matthijs (CARDIO)

Oct 29, 2021, 11:19:10 AM10/29/21

Dear members of the Consortium for ECG Imaging,


I would like to invite you to contribute to a Frontiers Research Topic, which is entitled “Computational Methods in Cardiac Electrophysiology.” The purpose of this article collection in the Frontiers in Physiology journal is to address recent advancements in computational methodology that are relevant for cardiac electrophysiology. Electrocardiographic imaging is one of the topics for which we are seeking contributions, and you are kindly invited to submit your abstracts or full papers to this Research Topic. You may be familiar with other successful Research Topics that included ECGI previously.


You can find more information below or on the research topic website:


With kind regards,

Matthijs Cluitmans

Also on behalf of the other Topic Editors, Richard Walton and Gernot Plank



I’m very pleased to be launching a new article collection, Computational Methods in Cardiac Electrophysiology, together with an expert editorial team:


•             Matthijs Cluitmans - Maastricht University, Maastricht, Netherlands

•             Richard David Walton - Université de Bordeaux, Bordeaux, France

•             Gernot Plank - Medical University of Graz, Graz, Austria


We’re now in the process of putting together a group of top researchers whose work we’d like to feature in this collection, and we would like you to participate. Hosted by Frontiers in Physiology, This is a unique opportunity for us to collaborate and to showcase your research.


Submission deadline: 11 February 2022

All submitted articles are peer reviewed. All published articles are subject to article processing charges (APCs). We work with leading institutions to ensure researchers are supported when publishing open access. See if your institution has a payment plan with us.


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