Final Programme

Last programme update: 21 April, 2021

Day 1 (Thursday, April 22, 2021)

13:00 – 13:20
Opening Session

Dr. Alexandre Kalache – Brazil
International Longevity Centre

Kamil Czyż – Poland
City of Rzeszów

13:20 – 14:50
Panel #1 – Active and shared mobility solutions for age-friendly cities

Dr. Tanu Priya Uteng – Norway
Planning for elderly mobilities: Can sharing aid the transition towards sustainable travel behaviour? Case of Oslo, Norway

Parsa Arbab, Ass. Prof. – Iran
Active Mobility in Urban Environments: A Conceptual Framework

Emmanuel Dzisi – Ghana
Mobility as a Service as a factor in creating resilience for public transport in developing countries post Covid-19

Weronika Wesołowska – Poland
Age-friendly micromobility and autonomous transportation

Mariano Rubio – Spain
Case Study: eMaaS Sumosu Station

Q&A and Live Discussion

14:50 – 15:00 Break / Exhibition Walk (EN)
15:00 – 16:20
Panel #2 – Technology-based Mobility Issues and Healthy Ageing in Urban Environment

Dr. Martin Sagayam Kulandairaj, Ass. Prof. – India
Computer Vision Algorithms based Gesture Technology for Virtual Reality Applications

Aparna Kumari – India
Secure data analytics for smart grid systems in a sustainable smart city

Anuraj Gambhir – Australia
The Future is Wear-to-Able – from Self-help health to Heart Coherence

Michał Adamczyk – Poland
Smart healthcare: what is the alternative for traditional medical facilities

Q&A and Live Discussion

16:20 – 16:30 Break/Exhibition Walk (PL)
16:30 – 18:15
Senior Citizen Symposium – Active Urban Living

Prof. Dr. Norma Raynes – UK
Intergen: Moving forward together older and younger citizens in the new post pandemic world

Dr. Agnieszka Cieśla – Poland
At home despite the age

Natália Machado – Portugal
Improving older adults´ wellbeing: DAPAS project experience

Frank Leyhausen – Germany
Mature mobility – Best practices from Germany

Willeke van Staalduinen – Netherlands
Active citizenship to realise smart healthy age-friendly environments

Q&A and Live Discussion

18:15 End of 1st day

Day 2 (Friday, April 23, 2021)

13:00 – 15:00
Panel #3 – Future micromobility, improved accessibility and autonomous transportation

Dr. Sylwia Bęczkowska – Poland, Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Choromański – Poland
Contemporary trends in urban transport – basic concepts, hopes and dilemmas

Prof. Dr. Iwona Grabarek – Poland, Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Choromański – Poland
Autonomous vehicles in public and urban transport – the Polish road to transport autonomy compared to global solutions

Prof. Dr. Iwona Grabarek – Poland, Zuzanna Zysk (MSc) – Poland
Universal design in the design of means of transport and their infrastructure – accessibility of public transport

Alexandra König (MSc) – Germany
Designing future mobility solutions for and with people with impairments – First results from the TRIPS project

Mateusz Piróg (MSc) – Poland
Urban Air Mobility as a part of the future form of transportation system

Q&A and Live Discussion

15:00 – 15:15 Break / Exhibition Walk (EN)
15:15 – 16:30
Panel #4 – Innovation in safe and age-friendly urban communities

Dr. Agnieszka Cieśla – Poland
The need for ageing in place and the challenge of long term deinstitutionalisation. The case of Poland.

Aparna Kumari – India
Towards Age-friendly Ambient Assisted Living in Sustainable Smart Cities

Karolina Zubel – Poland
Urban Farming and Well-Being of the Elderly: Social, Environmental and Health-related benefits

Waldemar Olbryk – Poland
Destinations powered by multigeneration communities

Q&A and Live Discussion

16:30 – 16:45 Break / Exhibition Walk (PL)
16:45 – 18:25
City Forum – Forum miejskie – Part 1 (in Polish language)
Innovations and improvements in accessibility – Innowacje i usprawnienia w dostępności

Magdalena Pietrusik-Adamska, Dorota Potejko – Poland (Poznan)
Innovative services to support seniors in Poznań

Tomasz Pactwa – Poland (Warsaw)
Warsaw: Access City 2020 Award

Małgorzata Ratkowska – Poland (Gdańsk)
Green SAM – Green Silver Age Mobility

Kamil Czyż – Poland (Rzeszów)
Rzeszów: Age-friendly smart city

Marcin Domański – Poland (Górnośląsko-Zagłębiowska Metropolia)
Jak przeskoczyć bariery w Metropolii pełnej samochodów?

Piotr Sęczkowski – Poland (Poddębice)
Poddębice – infrastruktura przyjazna osobom starszym

Q&A and Live Discussion (Polish language)

18:25 – 18:45 Break / Exhibition Walk (PL)
18:45 – 20:00
City Forum – Forum miejskie – Part 2
Smart ageing in modern communities – Inteligentne starzenie się w nowoczesnych społecznościach

Dr Anna Okońska-Walkowicz – Poland (Kraków)
Why cities must be smart aging on the example of Kraków

Michał Miguła – Poland (Gdańsk)
Welfare services for good life

Sebastian Górski – Poland (Ostrów Wielkopolski)
Ostrów Wielkopolski miasto z sercem dla seniorów

Dr Iwona Iwanicka – Poland (Łódź)
Healthy and active aging in Łódź

Magdalena Gościniewicz – Poland (Kielce)
Zintegrowany system wsparcia na rzecz osób starszych w Kielcach

Q&A and Live Discussion (Polish language)

20:00 End of 2nd day

Day 3 (Saturday, April 24, 2021)

13:00 – 13:30
Startup Symposium “Global Innovations”

Frank Leyhausen – Germany
“Silver Startups” – Young was yesterday, the future is old

Nir Shimony – Israel
Smart Aging and the Startup Nation

13:30 – 15:30
International Symposium – Age-friendly Cities

Dr. Andrzej Klimczuk – Poland
Introduction “Silver Economy”: Selected National and Regional Models of the Silver Economy in the European Welfare States

Vitor Pereira – Portugal
Introduction “The age of Smart Ageing”

Tom van Benthem, Esther Reith – Netherlands
Amsterdam: An age friendly urban planning: magic happening now of myth of the future?
Spatial strategies on developing an age friendly city

Juris Osis – Latvia
Riga: Video Visit – technology that improve the psycho-emotional state

Tomasz Kopiec, Dr Monika Burzyńska – Poland
Lodz-smart city 2020-2040

Dr Natalia Rosetti – Spain
Social innovation and elderly policies: ‘Barcelona superblock’ and ‘social superblocks’

Q&A and Live Discussion

15:30 – 16:00 Break / Exhibition Walk (EN)
16:00 – 18:00
Panel #5 – Urban “new normal” and senior citizens beyond Covid-19

Ahmad Sahraei Juybari – Germany
Socio-economic Changes During Covid-19, Case Study: City Center of Dortmund City

Emmanuel Dzisi – Ghana
Measuring social distancing and use of face masks in Ghana during Covid-19

Dr. Ziheng Sun – USA
COSRE: COVID-19 Social Exposure Risk Estimation without Contact Tracing

Prof. Dr. Iwona Grabarek – Poland, Prof. Dr. Włodzimierz Choromański – Poland
Revaluation of the role of public transport and its forms after the COVID’19 pandemic

Małgorzata Maryl-Wójcik – Poland
The need for a new beginning – the city and the loneliness of the elderly – Polish example

Q&A – Live Discussion and Final Debate


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