Barrier-free Systems

One decade of BaSys 10+

The interdisciplinary Master's programme Barrier-free Systems (BaSys) offered at the Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences comprises three specialist areas, Planning and Construction, Intelligent Systems, and Case Management. The interdisciplinary approaches must develop sustainable solution models in order to counter demographic, socio-political and economic change in our society.

 

 

Accessibility through encounter
Maren Müller-Erichsen, Representative for the Hessian government for people with disabilities
Ayse Oluk, Speaker of the Representative for the Hessian government for people with disabilities

Perspectives of Accessibility tomorrow
Moderation: Prof. Caroline Günther, Prof. Dr. Ute Bauer-Wersing, Prof. Dr. Annegret Horbach

Accessibility is handicraft, Universal Design is art
Eckhard Feddersen, Feddersen Architects Berlin

Intelligent Systems: From Science to Innovation
Dr. Christian Goerick, Chief Scientist, Honda Research Institute Europe

Accessibility and inclusion yesterday, today and tomorrow – user perspectives
Prof. Dr. Annegret Horbach, Frankfurt University of Applied Sciences & The Pedagogic College Schwaebisch Gmuend
Prof. Dr. Kurt Jacobs, Chairman of the municipal advisory board for the concerns of people with disabilities of the district town Hofheim am Taunus as well as Member of the district advisory council for people with disabilities of the Main-Taunus district

Podium discussion, Future of accessibility until 2026

 

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