Dem@Care project provides 10 scholarships of 450 EUR each covering the full Summer School registration fee including lectures, materials, accommodation, lunches and social events.

You can apply for a scholarship by using the form at https://mklab.iti.gr/demaal2013/registration

In research work summary box please mention status, scientific achievements and other factors that could influence our decision. Please be short, specific and also upload a detailed CV.

The closing date for applications is July 25.

The DemAAL organizing committee will review the applications. Preference will be given to PhD students with subjects relevant to the Summer School topics and from organizations and countries where access to funds is limited.

Applicants will receive a notification of acceptance/rejection of her/his application by email by no later than 2 August 2013.

News: For applicants who received the notification of acceptance, registration is now open. Paying by bank transfer and credit card is now possible.

The DemAAL summer school is primarily intended for postgraduate (PhD or MSc) students, postdocs and researchers investigating clinical and technical aspects related to Ambient Assisted Living (AAL) technologies for remote health management, ageing well and independent living. Leading researchers from academia and industry will cover theoretical and practical aspects pertinent to pervasive/ubiquitous computing technologies for Ambient Intelligence (AmI) applications, while special focus will be given on the role and opportunities of such technologies for dementia management.

Lecture material will be augmented with hands-on practical sessions. Participants will be provided with electronic versions of all programme lectures and all necessary tools and environments for the hands-on sessions. PC access with all tools pre-installed will be available on site as well. In addition, participants will have the opportunity to present their work and obtain feedback during a dedicated poster session intended to further facilitate interactions and the exchange of  ideas.


  • Video & voice-based analytics for monitoring and assessment
  • Semantic Complex Event Processing
  • Wearable and pervasive computing
  • Sensor networks
  • Sensor correlation and fusion
  • Context modelling
  • Activity monitoring and recognition
  • Contextual reasoning in AmI
  • Assistive technologies for cognitive support and wellbeing

About Dem@Care

Dem@Care is an ICT Healthcare Research Project funded by EU that aspires to contribute to the timely diagnosis, assessment, maintenance and promotion of self-independence of people with dementia, by deepening the understanding of how the disease affects their everyday life and behaviour.