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Participation in a consultation hosted by the President of Slovenia
24. December 2018 | News
Coordinator of the hotline Spletno oko (Univerza v Ljubljani, Fakulteta za družbene vede, Center za družboslovno informatiko) Andrej Motl participated at the event on freedom of speech and hate speech, hosted by Slovenian president Borut Pahor at the Presidential palace in Ljubljana on December 13th 2018. With the intention of exchanging expert opinions regarding current regulation of this field and understanding appropriate distinction between freedom of speech and hate speech, the president invited 16 experts from various fields to the event.
Dr. Petrovčič attended the CREATE workshop in Frankfurt
21. December 2018 | News
Andraž Petrovčič, Ph.D, from the Centre for Social Informatics attended the CREATE workshop »Designing for Older Adults« which took place at the Goethe Universität Frankfurt, 6-7 December 2018. The workshop instructors Prof. Sara Czaja (Director of CREATE), Prof. Walter Boot, Prof. Neil Charness, PhD, and Prof. Wendy Rogers are members of the Center for Research and Education on Aging and Technology Enhancement (CREATE).
Launch of CYBERSAFE project
16. December 2018 | News
In December 2018, the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) launched the Cybersafe project, co-finaced by EC DG JUST/REC (REC-RDAP-GBV-AG-2017). The project brings together 9 partners from 8 different European countries to work on an emerging and not fully investigated aspect of gender violence, namely cyber violence against woman and girls.
Participation in a round table of PPI2Innovate project
11. December 2018 | News
Member of Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) assoc. prof. Vesna Dolničar, PhD, participated in a round table on the topic of planning public procurement of innovative solutions in the fields of healthcare, energy and ICT. The roundtable which was held on Thursday, November 22, in Ljubljana, was a part of Interreg Central Europe PPI2Innovate project.
Second project meeting of COOP4HEALTHCARE project
04. December 2018 | News
Representatives of the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) at the Faculty of Social Sciences, University of Ljubljana, Mojca Šetinc and Tomaž Burnik, participated at the second project partner meeting of the Interreg V-A Slovenia-Austria project COOP4HEALTHCARE (Cross-sectoral Alliances for Smart Healthcare Solutions), which took place in Pinkafeld (Austria) on November 23.
Seventh EEPE event of the Interreg Europe project ITHACA
03. December 2018 | News
Between November 27th and 29th, the seventh of nine Exchange of Experience and Peer Evaluation (EEPE) events took place in French cities of Limoges and Bordeaux (region Nouvelle-Aquitaine). EEPE was attended by assoc. prof. Vesna Dolničar, PhD, from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI), and two representatives of the stakeholders – Anita Jacović from Long-term Care Directorate at Ministry of Health and Dominika Oroszy from University Medical Centre Ljubljana.
Participation at MI'2018 Congress
27. November 2018 | News
Member of Centre for Social Informatics (CSI) assoc. prof. Vesna Dolničar, PhD, participated at the congress of Slovenian Medical Informatics Association MI’2018 which was held in Zreče between November 14 and 16. At the round table entitled “Chronic care, telehealth and telecare, implantable devices” which took place on Wednesday, November 14, she presented the paper Assessing Smart Health and Care in nine EU regions: ITHACA's Self-Assessment online survey.
CoE AgeCare Kick-Off Conference in Jyväskylä, Finland
06. November 2018 | News
From 29th to 31st of October Centre of Excellence in Research on Ageing and Care (CoE AgeCare) International Kick-Off Conference took place in Jyväskylä, Finland. CoE AgeCare conference was attended by Dr Simona Hvalič Touzery from the Centre for Social Informatics (CSI).
i-evAALution project meeting in Vienna
26. October 2018 | News
On 24th and 25th of October i-evAALution AAL project meeting took place in Vienna. The aim of the project is to give access to innovative Active and Assisted Living solutions in a large scale pilot test. The goal is to find evidence on the effect of such solutions on the quality of life of older adults and the socio-economic viability in a greater context.