Ageing presents all kinds of challenges and opportunities. Being aware of existing and emerging technologies that can assist in providing a dynamic lifestyle is critical if we are to confront those challenges and maximise opportunities. This online workshop brings together clinicians and technologists to discuss this important area. It will also be an opportunity to explore how proposed developments at UOW’s Innovation Campus can assist.
- Gordon Wallace (University of Wollongong), Welcome and Introduction
- Paul Wong (Applied Robotics), Industry 2.0 technology for mobility aids
- Gursel Alici (University of Wollongong), Physically assistive robots or devices: our research and development capabilities
- Sanam Mustafa (University of Adelaide), Utilising the colour of biology to measure and diagnose pain
- Pascal Perez (University of Wollongong), Non-intrusive monitoring for independent living
- Geoff Spinks (University of Wollongong), Mobility needs for the over-55s: What do consumers want?
- Mark Cook (University of Melbourne), Neurology - Brain Stimulators
- Peter Choong (University of Melbourne), Neurally Driven Prosthetics
- Susan Dodds (La Trobe University), Ageing, vulnerability and technology - supporting an older population
- Alison Jones (University of Wollongong), The Vision for UOW Innovation Campus Health and Wellbeing Precinct