Conference on Active and Healthy Ageing 2019

14th – 16th May 2019, Technical University of Denmark, Lyngby DK

 

 

Download final programme here

 

Tuesday 14 May

 

12:00-12:30

Conference busses from Copenhagen Airport direct to venue (approx. 40 minutes. See ‘Airport Bus’ at website)

12:30-13:15

Registration/name badges. Light lunch: sandwiches, refreshments

 

 Opening Address

13:10-13:50

Dr. Malcolm Fisk, De Montfort University: Ethical Imperatives around Product and Service Standards for Assistive Technologies 

 

AHA A3 and C2 presentations, session 1 and 2

13:50-14:30

Dr.Maddalena Ilario, The European Blueprint for the digital transformation of health and care in an ageing society

14:30-15:00

Prof.M. Vollenbroek-Hutten, E-Supporter: Personalized technology supported coaching of people with type 2 diabetes mellitus

15:00-15:30

Coffee break/ refreshments

15:30-16:00

Dr.Veronica Zavagli, Care for carers: an investigation on family caregivers’ needs, tasks, and experiences.

16:00-16:30

Giuseppe Liotta, Social interventions to limit the mortality increase during the summer 2017 heat waves in Rome – Italy (not presented, replaced by prof. Anja Maier: From crowd-sourced)

16:30-17:00

Prof. C. Holland, Integrated Housing, Care and Support: Outcomes on frailty, psychological health and mobility

17:15-18:15

Separate meetings for members (AHA; Gerontechnology)

 18:30-20:30  Dinner at venue (sign up required – see sign-up)
 20:30

Conference bus from venue to drop-off points in downtown Copenhagen

 

Wednesday 15 May

 

08:30

Conference bus from pick-up points in downtown Copenhagen

09:00-09:45

Reception: coffee, tea & croissants

   AHA A3 and C2 presentations, session 3 and 4

 09:45-10:15

Dr. Lucia Pannese, Savings and Better Quality of Life: Gamifying Rehabilitation

10:15-10:45

Prof. Giuseppe Liotta, Multidimensional determinants of higher use of hospital care services rate (not presented, replaced by Prof. C. Holland: A frailty profile)

10:45-11:15

Coffee break/ refreshments

11:15-11:45

Prof. D. van Dartel, Feasibility of ambulatory monitoring devices to monitor recovery of patients after a hip fracture treatment

 11:45-12:15 Nikolay Koblyakov How a Municipality can foster the implementing of ICT solutions by PME Senior Care Operators. Based on successful experience of Riga City Hall and Senior Group.
 

 Exhibitions and posters

 12:15-13:00

Lunch-to-go, poster visit, overview of exhibition

 13:00-13:20

Prof. Henning Langberg, Copenhagen Univ.: Introduction to exhibition themes – Warm hands and technologies

14:00-18:00

Guided tours through exhibition + interactive exploration of exhibits Companies, developers, projects exhibitors

14:00 – 15:00: Visit to elderly care technology demo site (care home) in Lyngby / Sign-up invitations sent to conference delegates

18:15 Conference bus from venue to drop-off points in downtown Copenhagen
19:00 Conference Dinner at Restaurant Sult downtown Copenhagen

Thursday 16 May

 

8:30

Conference bus from Copenhagen pick-up points

09:00-09:30

Reception: coffee, tea & croissants

09:30-10:00

Prof. Thomas Bock (REACH PI), TUM; Prof. Henning Boje Andersen, DTU; Dr. Thomas Linner (REACH Scientific Director), TUM: Welcome and Overview

10:00-10:30

Prof. Andrew Sixsmith, Simon Fraser Univ.: Responding to the Challenge of Aging - The Canadian AGE-WELL Network of Centres of Excellence

10:30-11:00

Prof. Yeong-Ran Park, Dept. of Silver Industry, Kangnam University: Healthy and Active Aging in Korea from a Gerontechnology Perspective

11:00-11:15

Coffee break

11:15-11:45

Dr. Atsushi Hiyama, Univ. Tokyo: Geron-Informatics: Geron-Informatics: Techno-logical engagement for the elderly in physical, cognitive, and social activities

11:45-12:15

Dr. Friedemann Müller, Schön Klinik; Dr. Jörg Güttler, TUM; Lisa Schrader, Fraunhofer IAIS: Advanced sensing and Human Activity Recognition in early intervention and rehabilitation for older persons

 12:15-13:30  Lunch

13:30-13:45

Rasmus Tolstrup Larsen, Copenhagen Univ.; Humira Ehrari, DTU: Wearable sensing and motivational strategies to enhance physical activity among older persons

13:45-14:00

Ole Stangegaard: A patient’s perspective on using telehealth services

14:00-14:20

Christian Graversen, CEO Welfare Tech: Challenges and solutions in creating effective assistive technologies

14:20-14:45

Coffee

14:45-15:10

Dr. Thomas Visser, Philips Design: “Design to Engage – how design can help to create engaging health solutions”

15:10-15:40

Carlijn Valk, TU/e; Prof. Pearl Pu, EPFL: Personalizing behaviour change strategies toward stimulating active ageing.

15:40-16:10

Dr. Lydia Vogt, DIN, Prof. Henning Boje Andersen, DTU, Dr. Thomas Linner: The role of standardisation for empowerment and ICT-based engagement of older persons

16:10-16:45

Plenary session: Q&A

16:45-17:00

Conference summary (Prof. Sixsmith)

17:00

End of conference

17:20

Conference bus to Copenhagen airport (approx. arrival 18:00)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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