SALT 2019 (Symposium for Assistive Living Technologies) is a one-day event dedicated to supporting interested parties to come together to discuss and reflect upon the latest developments in the field of technologies to support independent and semi-independent living. SALT 2019 is being organised by the Vizier AAL project (https://aalvizier.eu/) which proposes a modular and extendable open architecture hardware and software solution to allow the elderly to access existing popular but difficult to use (online) technologies and IoT technologies.
SALT 2019 is seeking submission of abstracts for presentation in oral and poster format at the symposium. Authors are encouraged to submit new research abstracts in the broad field of assistive living either from a technical or an experiential viewpoint. Submission should be made via the EasyChair submission system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=salt2019). All accepted abstracts will be invited to submit extended versions of their contributions as a book chapter for a book being edited by the conference organisers in early 2020.
SALT 2019 will include one keynote speaker, a number of guest speakers as well as a research session consisting of presentations by authors authors of accepted abstracts. SALT will limit participation to the first 100 registered attendees. There will be a minimal registration fee for SALT 2019.
SALT 2019 is an ideal meeting place for professionals involved in the technology sector with an interest in ageing, care providers, individuals and organisations involved in AAL projects and roll-outs, decision makers in the fields of health, social science, technology and innovation, and investors looking for new solutions and innovations.
Declan MurphyServisource Recruitment
Rodd BondDundalk Institute of Technology
by Maher Ben Moussa09:00 AM
by Declan Murphy (MyHomeCare)9:15 AM
see speaker list10:30 AM
see speaker list02:00 PM
posters by speakers04:00 PM
by Cathal Gurrin05:00 PM
by Andrey Sitnik10:00 AM
by Aurelia Moser12:00 PM
by Lea Verou11:00 AM
by Michael Mifsud02:00 PM
SALT 2019 will include a number of influential and insightful invited speakers who will share their experiences with attendees.
Attendees will have the opportunities to interact with speakers and presenters during the many refreshment breaks.
Thought leaders and practitioners in the AAL space coming together will offer a uniquely forward-thinking viewpoint.
Full lunch and coffee breaks will be included for all registrants attending SALT 2019.
SALT 2019 is seeking submissions of abstracts for presentation at the symposium. Authors are encouraged to submit new research abstracts in the broad field of assistive living either from a technical or an experiential viewpoint. Submission should be made via the EasyChair submission system (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=salt2019). All accepted abstracts will be invited to submit extended versions of their contributions as a book chapter for a book being edited by the conference organisers in late 2019.
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Registration fee is set at e15 for all attendees. Registraiton inclides access to SALT 2019 and meals/refreshments.
SALT2019 will take place at the All Hallows campus of Dublin City University in Dublin 9, Ireland. All Hallows and it's grounds are simply stunning. The College was founded in 1842 by Reverend John Hand. By 1973, the college had trained 4,000 priests. In 2015 DCU took over the campus and it became part of Dublin City University.
SALT 2019 wishes to thank its sponsors for their generous support.
Maher Ben MoussaUniversity of Geneva
Cathal GurrinDublin City University
Kaushik VenkatamaranDublin City University
Erin FineganServisource Healthcare