Taking advantage of international and cross-strait cooperation, Beijing Academy of Science and Technology (BJAST) initiated the annual forum named “International Forum on Senior Care Science and Innovation(SCSI)” to provide knowledge exchange and cooperation platform for scholars, researchers, entrepreneurs, and policymakers from different disciplines and backgrounds, so as to promote senior service knowledge integration and collaborative innovation and make a contribution to tackling the challenge of global demographic change. Worldwide Technological innovation is entering a new development cycle. A new generation of information technology represented by the Internet of Things, cloud computing, big data, artificial intelligence, etc. is developing, and a new technology system for the future is accelerating establishing. In the elderly care sector, the integration of a new generation of information technology with new elderly care concepts such as active ageing and healthy ageing is fundamentally changing the world's elderly care model and smart health care industry. To promote this innovation, we need the integration and collaborative innovation of multi-disciplinary knowledge worldwide and build an open, transparent, inclusive, and non-discriminatory industry innovation and development ecosystem. At present, fighting the covid-19 and coping with the global challenges brought by the epidemic are still huge challenges faced by all countries in the world. At the same time, covid-19 also promoted scientific and technological innovation. A large number of cutting-edge technologies have been applied to epidemic prevention and control. A large number of cutting-edge technologies have been applied to epidemic prevention and control; some new business formats, as well as new work and living habits have been cultivated; services such as network meetings, telemedicine, online education, shared platforms, collaborative working are widely used. In the field of elderly care, remote visits based on smart health and elderly care technology, real-time risk monitoring for the elderly living alone, epidemic science popularization, health promotion, psychological relief, accurate temperature measurement, as well as purchasing of vegetables, daily necessities, common medicines, and epidemic prevention products have all played an important role. Therefore, the theme of this forum is determined as "Smart health ageing under the background of COVID-19 and new technology period". The purpose is to exchange new developments in the field of smart health and elderly care in the year of covid-19 and in the technology cycle, including new scenarios, new demands, new technologies, new policies, new standards, etc. Affected by the covid-19, SCSI 2020 will be held online. The content of the forum is still set up as the orginal forum. It will last for two days. Nearly 50 experts and scholars from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, Brazil, India, Mainland China and Taiwan Region, will diliver keynote speeches.
Jessica Xie

Chairman of Global Healthcare Hub

Fu Jian

Leader in Elderly Service and Management, Director of Department of Education and Social Business, Tianjin City Cocational College

Yang Shuo

Executive Researcher, China National Institute of Standardization

Wu Xiaolan

Researcher of China Research Center of Aging

Li Libo


He Yingchao

Lecturer/Doctor, Northwest Normal University

Lan Feng

CEO, Beijing lanweitong Technology Co., Ltd

Wang Li

Doctor, Beijing Research Center of Urban Systems Engineering

Jia Yunzhu

Director of Synergy Institute of Population & Social Development

Han Han

Vice Director, China Electronic Engineering Design Institute co. LTD, The Administrator of Architectural Environment Research Office For The Elderly

Zhao li

Chief Physician, Emergency Department of Fuxing Hospital

Huang Weihong

Key Laboratory of Ministry of Mobile Medical Education,Xiangya Hospital, Central South University,Executive Deputy Director

Fu Ping

Professor, Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, National Institute for Nutrition and Health

Huang Shisong

Chairman of Beijing Municipal Committee for Technical Standardization of Ageing Services

Zhou Yanmin

Professor, Tsinghua University

Zuo Meiyun

Professor, Renmin University of China, Institute of Smart Ageing

Tu Qilei

Director of Ministry of education of the people’s Republic of China, National Teacher Teaching Innovation Team

Chen Gong

Director/Professor, Institute of population studies, Peking University

Chen Zhicheng

Director General of Taiwan Community Development Association

Ye Xiaochan

R & D director, Taiwan Fanshining industry ltd.

Zheng Lilan

President, Taiwan Lifelong Development Association

Huang Yukai

Associate Professor, University of South China, Taiwan

Venkatesh Sriniv

India Assistant Representative at United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)

Lin Yanshan

CEO of Netown Healthcare Experience Ltd.

Nikko Yoshizaki

Leader of China Market, International Business Department of Marukome Co., Ltd.

Saitou Takaya

CEO of Morinokaze Uehara Elderly Home, Shokichihujushikai Co.,Ltd

Dr. Ryuta Kawashima

CTO of NeU Corporation

Nick Guldemond

Professor, Sechenov First Moscow State Medical University

Dick Kits

Owner of KROESE KITS Private Care and Nursing

Henk Herman Nap

Senior Consultant of eHealth Vilans

Conny Helder

CEO of TanteLouise

Renato P. Veras

Professor, Universidade do Estado do Rio de Janeiro

John McCallum

Fellow of the Academy of Social Sciences Australia

James Roach

Director National Health Service (The UK), Managing Director Conclusio Limited

Jim Roldan

CEO of Linkcare Co. Ltd.

Wu Cangping

Honorary Professor, Renmin University of China