Workshop: Well-Being and Aging: Today and Tomorrow
When: November 13, 2019, 9:15 – 17:45
Where: Bern (venue TBA)
Organizers: Mike Martin (UZH), Matthias Kliegel (UNIGE), Alexandra M. Freund (UZH), Paolo Ghisletta (UNIGE), Björn Rasch (UNIFR)
Participation: Participation in this workshop is reserved for members and invited guests of the Network.
The aim of the workshop is to officially launch the Network, define its goals and approaches, as well as establish a roadmap for future activities of the Network.
Workshop: Semantic Activity Analytics
When: July 12-13, 2018
Where: University of Zurich, Andreasstrasse 15, 8050 Zurich
Organizers: Mike Martin (UZH), Matthias Kliegel (UNIGE), Alexandra M. Freund (UZH), Paolo Ghisletta (UNIGE), Marianne Schmid Mast (UNIL), Björn Rasch (UNIFR)
The first national workshop on “Semantic Activity Analytics” was hosted by the URPP “Dynamics of Healthy Aging” at the University of Zurich. Over thirty experts from across Switzerland and representing the disciplines of psychology, neuroscience, medicine, information science, engineering, privacy law, and ethics, convened in Zurich to discuss the implications of this emerging area of research for healthy aging. As scientists and practitioners rely ever more on (mobile) digital devices to collect large amounts of daily activity and health-related data, a major challenge has become how to best combine and interpret all of this information. Taken from this perspective, the goal of semantic activity analytics is to develop, test, validate, apply, and optimize algorithms for rapidly interpreting what patterns of data mean for the long-term maintenance of health and subjective well-being in the aging population.