On 6 December 2019, our partner Ilenia Gheno from AGE Platform Europe - the network of older persons in Europe, contributed to a meeting of the Demographic Change Regions Network (DCRN) with a presentation on “Embracing the users’ experience for locally implementing digital solutions”.
Next Tuesday 18 February 2020 from 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM (CET), NESTORE along with two other European projects in virtual coaching are organising a webinar on how to handle data sharing in research projects on healthy ageing.
On 4 December 2019, Itziar de Lecuona in charge of ethics within the NESTORE consortium talked at the EHTEL Symposium 2019 in a panel about Data Donation.
"In a tangible world, objects have cultural meaning" said Prof. Paul Chamberlain in introduction to the September workshop on the NESTORE co-design methods. Organised in the frame of the Open Living Lab Days 2019, the NESTORE Co-Design workshop invited participants to interact with objects to explore the wealth of discussions that it can bring.
Aware of the challenges brought by the demographic change, public authorities and private entities in the Netherlands are joining forces to set up policies and practices for healthy living and ageing. NESTORE engaged with those committed stakeholders on the occasion of a dedicated public event on October 3rd 2019.
Next Thursday 3rd of October 2019, NESTORE organises a public event mainly aiming to engage discussion with regional and local policy makers to discuss the complementarities of decision-support systems like NESTORE with wider local policies for ageing well. The meeting will take place at the Het Nieuwe Instituut, from 15:00 to 18:00.
Switch2Product (S2P) is a challenge supported by POLIMI in partnership with Deloitte and (PoliHub start-up Incubator). NESTORE made it to the second phase where the coordinator, Prof. Giuseppe Andreoni pitched the project in front of investors such as institutional funds, business angels and venture capitals.
Next summer, NESTORE will actively contribute to a parallel session of the HCI International 2020 dedicated to research on the e-coach. The conference will be held from 19th to 24th July in Copenhagen, Denmark. Our partner, Prof. Maurizio Caon is coordinating the paper submission for this session.