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LAKE COMO SCHOOL OF ADVANCED STUDIES

International Summer School 


The Complexity of the Ageing Society: 

Research and Technological Challenges 


September 14 - 19, 2015

Villa Del Grumello - Como (ITALY)


Chairs

Stefania Bandini 

Complex Systems & Artificial Intelligence Research Center - University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY

Grazia Speranza

Department of Economics and Management - University of Brescia - ITALY


The ageing of the population is one of the main challenges for the future 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 perform 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, the University of Brescia, and the Higher Education 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 experts, post‐doctoral researchers (from Italian and foreign Universities and Research Centers) and innovators 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 is structured in five sessions:

- INCLUSIVE MOBILITY IN THE CITY: HUMAN FACTORS

- INCLUSION AND ENGAGEMENT: TOOLS, ARTIFACTS AND INTERFACES

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE FOR AN AGEING SOCIETY: CHALLENGES AND OPPORTUNITIES

- SMART REHABILITATION: APPROACHES AND TECHNOLOGIES

- CROWD, TRAFFIC AND TRANSPORTATION: THE ROLE OF SIMULATION TECHNOLOGIES

The purpose of these sessions is to give a multidisciplinary overview of some of the most crucial issues of the impact of innovative technologies coming from research and falling in applications. 

This International Summer School is under the patronage of the initiative University of Milano-Bicocca for EXPO2015 - Summer Schools @ EXPO2015 <http://www.summerschoolexpo2015.com/>, Lake Como Summer Schools <http://www.summerschoolexpo2015.com/lake-como-summer-school.php>, and of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence (Working Group on Artificial Intelligence for the Ageing Society).


ALIAS Scientific Committee

Stefania Bandini (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy) 

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

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

Ryuta Kawashima (Tohoku University - Sendai, Japan)

Nabeel A. Koshak (University of Umm Al-Qura - Makkah, Saudi Arabia)

Katsuhiro Nishinari (The University of Tokyo - Japan)

Sergio Pecorelli (University of Brescia - Italy) 

 

ALIAS Education Committee

Claudia Archetti (University of Brescia - Italy)

Stefania Bandini (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

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

Giorgio Consigli  (University of Bergamo - Italy)

Flavio De Paoli (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Enza Messina (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Saleh Basalamah (University of Umm Al-Qura - Makkah, Saudi Arabia)

Carla Simone (University of Milano-Bicocca - Italy)

Grazia Speranza (University of Brescia - Italy)

 

ALIAS International Summer School Lecturers

Claudia Archetti (University of Brescia - ITALY)

Federico Cabitza (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Viola Cavallo (French Institute of Science and Technology for Transportation, Development and NetworksVersailles - FRANCE)

Florian Coulmas (IN-EAST Institute of East Asian Studies - University of Duisburg-Essen - GERMANY)

Mizar Luca Federici (University of Milano-Bicocca and CROWDYXITY - ITALY)

Andrea Gorrini (University of Milano-Bicocca and CROWDYXITY - ITALY)

Hiroko Kudo (Chuo University, Tokyo - JAPAN)

Laura Künzer (Team Human-Factor, Remseck - GERMANY)

Gregor Lammel (Institute for Advanced Simulations, Julich - GERMANY)

Fabrizia Mantovani (Department of Educational Human Sciences - University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY) 

Katsuhiro Nishinari (RCAST, The University of Tokyo - JAPAN)

Giovanni Righini (University of Milan, ITALY)

Olivia Realdon (Department of Educational Human Sciences - University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY) 

Anita Schöbel (University of Göttingen, GERMANY)

Carla Simone (University of Milano-Bicocca - ITALY)

Flavio Soares da Correa Silva (University of San Paulo - BRAZIL)

James Thomson (University of Strathclyde, Glasgow - SCOTLAND)

Eloisa Vargiu (EURECAT - Centre Tecnològic de Catalunya, Barcelona - SPAIN)


ALIAS International Summer School Tutors

Otto Adang (Police Academy of The Netherlands, Apeldoorn - NL)

Jean-Michel Auberlet (IFSTTAR, Marne La Valle - FRANCE)

Mubarak Shah (University of Central Florida, Orlando - USA)

Armin Seyfried (Institute for Advanced Simulations, Julich - GERMANY)

Ullrich Wagoum (Institute for Advanced Simulations, Julich - GERMANY)



With the support of




                                     


With the patronage and support of the Italian Association for Artificial Intelligence

Working Group on “AI for an Ageing Society"



With the patronage of the Project “ABILITY - Telerehabilitation”, Research-Industry  and Experimental Development in the Sector of Smart Cities and Communities Project, Lombardy Region (ITALY) 


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