Friday, 18 May 2012

Session 4

08:30-09:30 Registration
09:30-11:00 Session 1

Opening session (Auditorium)

Chair: Fernando Brandão Alves
Sebastião Feyo de Azevedo (Director of FEUP)
Paulo Pinho: (Director of CITTA)

Plenary session (Auditorium)

Chair: Fernando Brandão Alves
Keynote speakers:
Mike Biddulph (Cardiff University)
Tanner Oc (University College of London)

11:00-11:30 Coffee-break
11:30-13:00 Session 2 - Parallel sessions

Session A.1 - Urban Policies and Ageing (Room B007)

Chair: Sofia Morgado
Rapporteur: José Pedro Tavares

Age friendly urban environments or city and sustainability do not match.
Ana Monteiro, M. Amorim

Local planning for an ageing population in the UK.
Christine Meyer

The implementation of the 'Urban Renewal Area - ARU' in territories under aging. The ARU of Oporto Historical Centre.
M. João Carvalho, F. Brandão Alves, M. Rocha Ribeiro

Political and Juridical analysis of specificity of the elderly in the Urban Rehabilitation in historical Centre of Oporto.
Manuela Novais, Marco Lopes, Diogo Ribeiro

Smartageing in smartcities.
Giulia Melis, Matteo Tabasso

Session B.1 - Inclusive Communities - Tools and Approaches (Room B016)

Chair: Fátima Matos
Rapporteur: Isabel Breda-Vázquez

Communities of Assisted Living: the case of Home-Villages in Portugal.
Ana Bordalo

Spatial Paradigms for Inclusionary Housing: The ethic construction of the city.
Chrystalla Demetriou, Nadis Charalambous, Andreas Savvides

Ageing Spatial Patterns: trends from Oporto's metropolitan region.
Catarina Pina, Paulo Conceição, Isabel Breda-Vázquez

Towards Meaningful and Practical Food-Related Support Systems for the Elderly: initial research findings from the FOOD project - Framework for Optimizing the process of FeeDing.
Laura Boffi, Jamie Allen, Kirsti Andersen

Supportive care facilities and their neighbourhood environment: an exploratory study.
Gonçalo Santinha, Sara Marques

Session C.1- Designing Age-friendly Environments (Room B035)

Chair: José Patrício
Rapporteur: Anabela Ribeiro

An evaluation of age-related outdoor thermal comfort - a contribution for bioclimatic urban design.
João Cortesão, F. Brandão Alves, Helena Corvacho

Study of the outdoor thermal comfort in the urban areas of Madrid.
Irina Tumini, Manuel Macías, Miguel Ángel Nuevo Corisco

Quality of Public Spaces and its Impact on Health: an evaluation of Olivais Norte and Parque das Nações.
Catarina Serrano, ElisabeteFreire

Promoting ageing in place in Portugal: constrains and challenges.
Patrícia Matias

Session D.1 - New Paradigms for Ageing Cities (Room B018)

Chair: Tiago Castela
Rapporteur: Álvaro Costa

Designing a new planning approach.
Paulo Pinho, Vítor Oliveira, Cecília Silva, Sílvia Ávila, Ana Amante, Mafalda Silva

Elderly population and urban ageing: A global problem of the last decades’ urban trends.
Miguel Angel Ajuriaguerra, Erlantz Loizaga

Public spaces to connect generations and fragmented suburb(s).
Jorge Neves

Hollow Village and Urban-Rural Restructuring in China.
Cui Liu

Old, poor and lonely: from the Solitary City to the Supportive City.
Jorge Gonçalves, António Costa, M. Eugénia F. Lima


Lunch break

14:30-16:00 Session 3 - Parallel sessions

Session A.2 - Urban Policies and Ageing (Room B006)

Chair: Sofia Morgado
Rapporteur: José Pedro Tavares

The demographic decline in Lisbon city core.
José Manuel Maciel de Vargas

Social Participation in the context of the urban public space renewal – The case of the Lagarteiro Neighbourhood in Oporto.
Paulo Tormenta Pinto

City and care.
Viviana Andriola

The biogeophysical and socio-economic contexts portuenses and the worsening health of individuals with stroke, Dyspnoea and Chest Pain & Asthma, expressed the urgency of daily entries in HGSA (2005-2008).
Maria Moreira, Ana Monteiro, Humberto Machado

Good practices of the urban policies as an answer to the constraints of ageing.
Ana Monteiro, Vânia Carvalho, Filipe Esteves

Session B.2 - Inclusive Communities - Tools and Approaches (Room B016)

Chair: Fátima Matos
Rapporteur: Isabel Breda-Vázquez

Environmental and Socioeconomical Determinants of ageing in the Great Metropolitan Area of Porto.
Ana Monteiro, Vânia Carvalho, Filipe Esteves

Mobility and aging: contribution of recent technology.
NunziaBorrelli, Luca MizarFederici

What TOD can do for ageing communities?
Ana Galego, Anabela Narciso Ribeiro

Beyond an “age-friendly” city: participation of elders in the social production of space through urban agriculture practice.
Alessandro Colombo, Ugo Lorenzi

Age-Friendly Cities Performance Index: a management tool.
Francisco Alves Pinheiro, Miguel Tato Diogo, Joaquim E. S. Góis, Constança Paúl

Session C.2- Designing Age-friendly Environments (Room B009)

Chair: José Patrício
Rapporteur: Anabela Ribeiro

Ageing cities: redesigning the urban space.
António Carvalho / Teresa Valsassina Heitor / António Reis Cabrita

Designing public spaces for increased socialization amongst people of all ages.
Georgia Mazeri, Andreas Savvides

Urban Design and Ageing - public space for elderly people in residential areas.
Lara T.M. Mendes, F. Brandão Alves

Characteristics of age-friendly neighbourhood built environments according to age-friendly community models
Carla Cachadinha

Session D.2 - New Paradigms for Ageing Cities (Room B019)

Chair: Tiago Castela
Rapporteur: Álvaro Costa

Accessibility plans in response to the needs of the elderly.
Miguel Nogueira Lopes, Fernando Brandão Alves

Urban Accessibility and Planning in na Ageing Society.
Cecília Silva, Sílvia Sousa, Ana Amante

The aging problem of Russia European part’s major cities (Volgograd).
Elina Krasilnikova, Yulia Ivanitskaya, Nataliya Yarovaya, Anna Vasilevskaya

Promoting sustainable mobility behaviours, local physical environment factors: the case of FEUP’ students.
Catarina Cadima

Bycicles and Ageing communities.
Inês Frade, Anabela Narciso Ribeiro


Coffee break

16:30-18:00 Session 4

Plenary session (Auditorium)
Chair: Sara Santos Cruz

Cities for People
Henriette Vamberg (Gehl architects)

Social Innovation
Raquel Castello-Branco (Fundação Porto Social/Câmara Municipal do Porto)

Cristina Vilarinho (Faculdade de Engenharia, UP)

Closing session (Auditorium)
Chair: António Pais Antunes

Panel discussion with rapporteurs from Sessions A, B, C, D
José Pedro Tavares
Isabel Breda-Vázquez
Anabela Ribeiro
Álvaro Costa
Paulo Pinho