Nearly three-hours workshop included 4 research presentations and discussion. SMU introduced their projects, in particular the presentations focused on Database and on the use of ICT for supporting senior people. From Hitotsubashi University, two members of the center presented their recent research; Dr. Yumika Shirase presented a case study of community-based integrated care systems in a city in Hokkaido and Dr. Hiroki Hayashi presented a research on utilization of ICT for watching over elderly people after introduced the new healthcare policy of Japan.
This Webinar was held as an activity of SIGMA*.
*SIGMA (Societal Impact and Global Management Alliance)： A world-wide alliance of 9 universities which have strength in Social Science.
iCity Lab (SMU-Tara Consultancy Services’ (TCS’) Intelligent Cities Project)
CREA（Centre for Research on the Economics of Ageing)
Singapore Management University (SMU)