Thematic session submissions final deadline: 01/09/2016.
The Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) comes to Sheffield in 2017 and you could be a part of it as a delegate, partner or exhibitor.
The Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe (AAATE) is the inter-disciplinary pan-European membership association devoted to all aspects of assistive technology including research, development, manufacture, supply provision and policy. The Association also collaborates with the World Health Organisation on the Global Assistive Technology Initiative – GATE; and sister AT organisations from the USA, Japan, Korea and Australia.
For more information about the Association for the Advancement of Assistive Technology in Europe, please visit: aaate.net
We have gratefully received submissions from across Europe (e.g. Netherlands, Sweden, Spain, Ireland) and globally (e.g. Japan, Egypt, Canada and USA). At the moment we already have enough proposals to fill more than 40 sessions. Not all may finally be accepted and we have room for some more. Example areas so far include:
- Care Robotics
- Change Management for Digital Solutions
- Ethical, Cultural, and Social Considerations for AT in Aging
- Disordered Speech and Application
- AT for Intellectual Disabilities and Autism
- Digitalisation and Impact for People with Cognitive Impairment
- Universal Design
- AT for Developing Countries
- AT Development in Living Labs
- Enabling Sport Participation
- AT Evaluation Methodologies
We particularly encourage businesses, organisations and patient groups to propose themes. It is very important to the congress organisers that the program offers a full range of players in Assistive Technologies. If you would like to explore what the possibilities are, just contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Please email us to get access to the online application form: email@example.com. The final selection process will be completed in September 2016. If you submit your proposals after the final deadline, fees will apply. The approved list of Special Thematic Sessions and the call for papers will follow in October 2016 with a deadline around February 2017.
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We are offering a number of exhibitor/sponsorship deals for the Congress with packages suitable for larger and smaller exhibitors, lower cost standard exhibiting options are also available.
From now until 2nd January 2017, any organisation wishing to show their interest in our conference (where we see a legitimate and appropriate interest) can have their logo displayed on our website as it is developed, free of charge*.
Please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
*NB adding a URL to your website on the logo will be chargeable and subject to VAT.
The Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare (CATCH) is a multi-disciplinary research centre at the University of Sheffield, which brings together over 70 academics from 17 departments and five faculties to research, develop, evaluate and implement new technologies to enable people to live well and age well.
For more information about the Centre for Assistive Technology and Connected Healthcare, please visit: catch.org.uk