Taiwan to establish Asian Smart Living Summer School

Program office of Talent Cultivation Program for Smart Living Industry, sponsored by the Taiwanese Ministry of Education is organizing an International Forum on Smart Living Summer School Initiatives in Asia on the 14th of January 2011 in Taipei (Taiwan).

The aim of the forum to bring together a number of leading international researchers and scholars working on the themes of smart living education, smart living technology, living lab methodology, interdisciplinary and international collaboration in the realm of smart living, open innovation in smart living, etc. In the forum, participants will share the trend and experiences on smart living education in different leading countries.

Besides, local scholars will display the education energy and course scheme of smart living and then analyze the capability and potential for Taiwan to establish Asian Smart Living Summer School.

Three main topics for the forum:

  • International Experiences
  • The Role Taiwan Can Play to Host the Asian Smart Living Summer School
  • The Action Plans of Asian Smart Living Summer School

ENoLL Council Member and Thematic Domain Living Lab Work Group Coordinator Tuija Hirvikoski (Laurea University of Applied Sciences) is one of the invited keynote speakers at the forum.

 

Professor Shih-Chung Kang from the National Taiwan University and his crew
Suan-Lien Elderly Centre with professor Shih-Chung Kang from the National Taiwan University and his crew. They run LivingLabs operations related to topics like good sleep and memory, or ICT based games for elderly.