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The Complexity of the Ageing Society: Research and Technological Challenges
Professor

 

Federico Cabitza (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Viola Cavallo (French Institute of Science and Technology for Transportation, Development, and Networks - Versailles, France)

Ludovico Ciferri (International University of Japan – Niigata, Japan)

Florian Coulmas (German Institute of Japanese Studies - Tokyo, Japan)

Vicenzo Galasso (CEPRA, University of Italian Switzerland – Lugano, Switzerland)

Megumi Kano (WHO-World Health Organization – Kobe, Japan)

Masahito Kawamori (NTT Labs - Tokyo, Japan / ITU-International Communication Union – Geneva, Switzerland)

Marco Mamei (University of Modena-Reggio Emilia - Italy)

Claudia Mueller  (University of Siegen - Germany)

Katsuhiro Nishinari  (The University of Tokyo - Japan)

Kenichiro Shimura (University of Milano-Bicocca and The University of Tokyo - Japan)

Carla Simone (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Giuseppe Vizzari (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Volker Wulf (University of Siegen - Germany)

Period and location

September 16th - 21st, 2013 

 

Lake Como School of Advanced Studies - Villa Del Grumello - Como (ITALY)

 

http://www.alias.disco.unimib.it/summer-school.html

 

Registration: http://www.alias.disco.unimib.it/ss-registration.html

Topic - Aim organization

 

The ageing of the population is one of the main challenges for the future twenty or thirty years for the industrialized and developing countries. In this complex framework, technologies and related scientific knowledge already have and will have a growing meaningful role in the identification of problems and opportunities for the development of future scenarios in an Ageing Society.

Intergenerational issues and common living spaces (houses, cities and the related infrastructural interfaces) reveal new meanings in interactions due to the impact of information and communication technologies (ICT), and offer the opportunity to develop a multidisciplinary approach to the challenge of the Ageing Society.

The Summer School is promoted by the PhD School of Computer Science of the University of Milano-Bicocca and by Higher Educational Project “ALIAS – Alta Formazione e Internazionalizzazione nell’Ageing Society)”. The aim of the School is to gather Ph.D. and Master students as well as Post‐Doctoral researchers (from Italian and foreign Universities and Research Centres) for a residential intensive one-week program allowing to acquire knowledge and methods to face problems and exploit opportunities related to the demographics affecting our society and the impact of Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in shaping our technological and social future.

In the wide range of problems and scientific/technological opportunities coming from different disciplines, the School will focus on two main topics:

-       the design of technologies for the aging society that has to take the elderly people as the focus of attention to define methods of investigation, requirements, functionalities  and deployment of technologies that have to be put to work with different purposes and in various contexts such as the home, the healthcare, the socialization, the digital divide (the IN-context, in the school organisation)

-       the possibilities represented by the employment of models and technologies that can support the design and organization of urban spaces, buildings, facilities and services stimulating participation and active ageing by providing adequate levels of  comfort and accessibility for aged citizens (the OUT-context).

In order to address in a multidisciplinary way the needs and the opportunities related to the IN and OUT contexts, a series of lectures on demographics, economics, epidemiology, psychological issues and social science studies (CORE-context) will be offered to the participants to complement their understanding of the process of ageing population. 

 

Program

 

 

       Monday, September 16

 

-       09:00 - 09:30 Welcome and Opening - Stefania Bandini (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy), Ludovico Ciferri (International University of Japan - Niigata, Japan)

 

-       9:30 - 10:45 Lecture (Track CORE)
Issues of Ageing Society - Florian Coulmas (German Institute for Japanse Studies - Tokyo, Japan), Ludovico Ciferri (International University of Japan - Niigata, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       11:15 - 13:00 Lecture (Track IN)
Gerontology and ICT for the ageing society - Volker Wulf, Claudia Mueller (University of Siegen, Germany)

 

-       Lunch break

 

-       14:00 -15:45 (Track OUT)
Toward smooth mobility in aging society - Modeling pedestrians and jamology (1) - Katsuhiro Nishinari (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       16:15 - 18:30 Lecture/Discussion
Age-friendly Cities, an Inclusive Urban Environment for the New Millennium - Megumi Kano (WHO-World Health Organization – Kobe, Japan)

 

-       Dinner

 

-       20:30-22:30 “Easy Ryder in the Tanbo” (Nishimura's movie) - Discussion moderated by Ludovico Ciferri and Florian Coulmas

 

     Tuesday, September 17

 

-       09:00 - 10:45 (Track CORE)
Demography - Social Consequences of Ageing and Population Decline: The Example of Japan - Florian Coulmas  (German Institute for Japanse Studies - Tokyo, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       11:15 - 13:00 Lecture (Track IN)
Autonomy as concept in ICT design for the aging society - Volker Wulf, Claudia Mueller (University of Siegen, Germany)

 

-       Lunch break

 

-       14:00 - 15:45 Lecture (Track OUT)
Toward smooth mobility in aging society - Modeling pedestrians and jamology (2) - Katsuhiro Nishinari (The University of Tokyo, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       16:15 - 18:30 Lecture/Discussion
IPTV for the Ageing Society - Masahito Kawamori (NTT Labs - Tokyo, Japan / ITU-International Communication Union – Geneva, Switzerland)

 

-       Dinner

 

-       20:30 - 21:30 “The Death of Death” (Laurent Alexandre’s and Aubrey de Grey’s TED video-lectures) - Discussion moderated by Ludovico Ciferri and Florian Coulmas

 

       Wednesday, September 18

 

-       09:00 - 10:45 Lecture (Track CORE)
Epidemiology  and Ageing Society - Ludovico Ciferri (International University of Japan, Niigata, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       11:15 - 13:00 Lecture (Track IN)
Using Living Lab Methodology in AAL projects - Volker Wulf, Claudia Mueller (University of Siegen, Germany)

 

-       Lunch break

 

-       14:00 - 15:45 Lecture (Track OUT)
Discrete models and elder pedestrians simulation - Giuseppe Vizzari (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       16:15 - 18:30 Working Groups

 

-       Dinner

 

      Thursday, September 19

 

-       09:00 - 10:45 Lecture (Track CORE)
Economic and Political Effects of Ageing - Vicenzo Galasso (CEPRA, Università della Svizzera italiana – Lugano, Switzerland)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       11:15 - 13:00 Lecture (Track IN)
The role of narratives, images and annotations in empowering networks of care around the elderly. Part 1: Introductory concepts narrative and visual turn in social informatics - Carla Simone (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

 

-       Lunch break

 

-       14:00 - 15:45 Lecture (Track OUT)
Towards integrated models of vehicle-pedestrian interaction - Giuseppe Vizzari, Kenichiro Shimura (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       16:15 - 18:30 Working Groups

 

-       Dinner

 

-       20:30 - 21:30 “The coming neurological epidemic” (Gregory Petsko’s Max Little’s TED andvideo-lectures) - Discussion moderated by Ludovico Ciferri and Florian Coulmas

 

         Friday, September 20

 

-       09:00 - 10:45 (Track CORE)
Happiness in Japan – how it can be measured and why this seems to be of interest - Florian Coulmas  (German Institute for Japanse Studies - Tokyo, Japan)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       11:15 - 13:00 Lecture (Track IN)
The role of narratives, images and annotations in empowering networks of care around the elderly. Part 2 - Two case studies on social annotations: Lifebook and MedIcona - Federico Cabitza (University of Milano-Bicocca, Italy)

 

-       Lunch break

 

-       14:00 - 15:45 Lecture (Track OUT)
Psychological factors in safety and mobility of older road users - Viola Cavallo – French Institute of Science and Technology for Transportation, Development, and Networks - (Versailles, France)

 

-       Coffee break

 

-       16:15 - 18:30
Gathering, analyzing and exploiting mobility in the pervasive computing scenario: recent developments, perspectives and potential for the ageing society - Marco Mamei (University of Modena-Reggio Emilia, Italy)

 

       Saturday, September 21

-       9:00 - 12:00
Presentation of the works
Final evaluation and closure

Final Examination

Students are required to perform a group work further elaborating one of the topics discussed in the lessons; this work will be discussed in the final day of the school.

Operating methods

The course is characterised by a set of lessons, seminars, group work and discussions on the three main tracks of the programme (IN, OUT and CORE).

Educational Material

Teaching material includes slides and papers that will be distributed to students at the beginning of the school.

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