The AIxAS workshop is scheduled for November 9th from 9:00 to 13:00

Supported by



Prof. Marco Albertini, University of Bologna

Short bio

Marco Albertini is Full Professor in Economic Sociology at the University of Bologna. His research interests focus on intergenerational relations; the comparative study of income inequality and social stratification; the consequences of childlessness; the consequences of caregiving; long-term care policies and ageing. Professor Albertini received his Ph.D. from the European University Institute. He has been Visiting Professor at Pompeu Fabra University (Barcelona) and Junior Researcher at the Center for Advanced Studies in the Social Sciences of the Juan March Institute (Madrid). He has been Visiting Scholar and Sunstrat Guest Researcher at the Swedish Institute for Social Research (Stockholm); he has been visiting scholar at the Aging Studies Institute (Syracuse University, NY, USA). Since 2022 he is member of the Programme Committee of the Ph.D. program in Economic Sociology and Labour Studies of the University of Milan, in 2014 he has been Short Term Consultant to the World Bank for the Regional Aging Report in Europe and Central Asia. He is a founding member of the Computational Social Science Center of the University of Bologna. He is the PI of the spoke “Care Sustainability in Ageing Societies” within the Age.It project (

09:00Welcome and Introduction
Stefania Bandini
09:15How Artificial Intelligence can support informal caregivers in their caring duties to elderly? A systematic review of the literature
Frida Milella, Davide Donato Russo and Stefania Bandini
09:30Fatigue Estimation through Multimodal Data Retrieved from a Commercial Wearable Device
Andrea Caroppo, Anna Maria Carluccio, Gabriele Rescio, Andrea Manni and Alessandro Leone
09:45Privacy-Preserving Federated Learning for In-home Monitoring of Elderly with Wearable Biometric Sensors
Mario Bochicchio and Sileshi Nibret Zeleke
10:00A computational framework for speech emotion recognition in case of multisource data
Alessandra Grossi, Giorgio Fratti and Francesca Gasparini
10:15An Artificial Intelligence approach to predict multidimensional poverty of older people from unlabelled data
Lorenzo Olearo, Fabio D'Adda, Enza Messina, Marco Cremaschi, Stefania Bandini and Francesca Gasparini
Coffee Break
10:45A web-based platform for monitoring, assistance, and social inclusion of frail users
Matteo Luperto, Michele Antonazzi, Simona Ferrante, Nicola Basilico and N. Alberto Borghese
11:00Acceptability and clinical usefulness of a telemonitoring and telerehabilitation system in people with Parkinson’s Disease in different disease stages: preliminary findings from the RAPIDO study
Antonia Antoniello, Antonio Sabatelli, Simone Valenti, Lucia Pepa, Luca Spalazzi, Elisa Andrenelli, Silvia Vada, Marianna Capecci, Michele Tinazzi, Gianmatteo Farabolini, Marialuisa Gandolfi, Giulia Bonardi, Maria Gabriella Ceravolo and Nicolò Baldini
11:15Exploratory analysis of longitudinal data of patients with dementia through unsupervised techniques
Patrizia Ribino, Claudia Di Napoli, Giovanni Paragliola, Luca Serino, Francesca Gasparini and Davide Chicco
11:30Biomarkers for Mixed Dementia: a hard bone to bite? Preliminary analyses and promising results for a debated topic
Andrea Campagner, Lorenzo Famiglini, Beatrice Arosio, Paolo Rossi, Giorgio Annoni and Federico Cabitza
11:45Enhancing upper limb mobility through gamified tasks and Azure Kinect: a preliminary study in post-stroke subjects
Claudia Ferraris, Gianluca Amprimo, Luca Vismara, Alessandro Mauro and Giuseppe Pettiti
12:00A Holistic System for Fostering Active Aging: The D3A Project
Antonella Cascitelli, Patrizia Gabrieli, Rocco Oliveto, Daniela Scognamiglio and Jonathan Simeone
12:15Invited Talk
The potential for AI to the monitoring and support for caregivers: an urgent tech-social challenge
Marco Albertini
University of Bologna, connection with USA
Luigia Carlucci Aiello and Gabriella Cortellessa