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Ageing Society: challenges and opportunities for innovative technologies
Docente

Prof.ssa Bandini, Prof. Ciferri, Prof. De Paoli, Dott.ssa Manzoni, Proof. Mamei, Dott. Palmonari, Prof. Ravasio, Prof.ssa Simone,  Dott. Vizzari.

 

Seminars correlated with the course

Experts will be invited to give lectures as part of the course. Perspective guests will be from both social and technological domains. 

Period and location

 

Date of starting March 5th- Date of completion April5th

 

Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication – University of Milano-Bicocca

Seminar Room, 1st Floor

Viale Sarca,336 U14     20126 Milano

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OR

 

BUILDING U6, ROOM 41

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Target audience

PhD Students with different background in social science, computer science and service science.

Topic - Aim organization

 

Topic

Population ageing isa global trendcomprising major forces shaping the 21st century. In 2008, for the first time, the majority of the world’s population lived in cities, and this transition from rural to urban living is expected to continue. At the same time, populations around the world are rapidly ageing. By 2050, it is expected that the proportion of older people will be doubling since the global population of people aged 60 years and over is expected to grow up to two billion. In this scenario, ICT is expected to improve the quality of life and help aged individuals to stay independent for longer in urban environments: innovative solutions are emerging to help counteract problems related to brain decadency, memory, vision, hearing, and mobility, which are more prevalent with age. ICT also enables older persons to remain active in their community and in urban environment.

 

Aims and organization

The world is currently experiencing the demographic transitions: the ageing of populations. The main international organization and European Union have already recognized that ICT could help the older individuals to improve quality of life at home and in the urban environment in a relevant way. Moreover, new services and technologies devoted to an older population will allow the development of new products and services.

The course provides students with tools (concepts, theories, methods, techniques) to investigate issues concerning ageing, and design ideas and solutions for some of the crucial issues we are facing today and in the near future.

 

Program

 

March 5th 10:30am-12:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

Opening and introduction.

Demographic tendencies in Ageing Societies.From Ageism to Active Ageing.

Stefania Bandini – ALIAS Project Coordinator – University of Milano-Bicocca

 

March 8th14:30am-17:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

The role of Information Communication Technologies (ICT) in supporting more Age-friendly cities

Flavio De Paoli – Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication - University of Milano-Bicocca

 

March 12th10:30am-13:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

Future technological scenarios for the Age-friendly Cities

Piercarlo Ravasio– Akhelas.r.l.

 

Towards the EU ProJect PARCOUR (Personalised services for Active ageing using netwoRkedexerCiseinstallatiOns in Urban enviRonments)

Sara Manzoni – Complex Systems & Artificial Intelligence Research Center – University of Milano-Bicocca

 

March 15th  10:30am-1:30pm

Semantic technologies for Big Data and Open Data analysis and integration: issues for inclusion

Matteo Palmonari - Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication - University of Milano-Bicocca

 

March 19th2:30pm-5:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

Modeling and simulation for architectural design and planning: considering elderly pedestrians

Giuseppe Vizzari – Complex Systems & Artificial Intelligence Research Center - University of Milano-Bicocca

 

March 22th2:30pm-5:30pm: BUILDING U6, ROOM 41, University of Milano-Bicocca

Gathering, analyzing and exploitingmobility data in the pervasive computing scenario: recentdevelopments, perspectives and potential for the ageingsociety

Marco Mamei – Department of EngineeringSciences and Methods – University of Modena and ReggioEmilia

 

March 26th  10:30am-1:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

From assisted living to inclusion: initiatives and technologies   

Carla Simone- Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication - University of Milano-Bicocca

 

The Grey-Panthers Portal: a case study

In collaboration with VitalbaPaesano (www.greypanthers.it)

 

April3rd  10:30am-1:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

Predicting Alzheimer’s Disease: Utopia or Reality?

Ludovico Ciferri - International University of Japan – Niigata

 

April 5th10:30am-13:30pm: Seminar Room, 1st Floor, Department of Computer Science, Systems and Communication

Conclusions and distribution of projects

Stefania Bandini – ALIAS Project Coordinator – University of Milano-Bicocca

Ludovico Ciferri - International University of Japan – Niigata

 

Final Examination

Students will be asked to develop a research report concerning the state of the art of a meaningful aspect of an issue discussed in the course within their research interest.

 

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