On November 21st and 22nd 2018, the "Course of Accessibility in the Physical Environment" (Curso de Accesibilidad al Medio Físico), presented by Real Patronato sobre Discapacidad and Fundación ACS, in collaboration with The Building Committee of The Engineering Institute of Spain, will be celebrated.
José Antonio Juncá, MCH Guest Professor at the City Sciences module, will be one of the lecturers on Wednesday 21/11. The course is aimed for architects, engineers and professonals related to the field of buildings and cities accessibility.
Location: The Engineering Institute of Spain. Calle del General Arrando, 38. Room 2. Madrid, Spain.
16:00 – Registration and documentation.
16:30 – Institutional opening and course introduction.
17:00 – Accessibility in the building. "Accesibilidad a los Reales Sitios”. By Carlos de Rojas Torralba, Architect, UPM professor.
18:30 – Accessibility in routes and public spaces. By José Antonio Juncá, PhD. Roads and Civil Engineer.
16:30 – Accessibility, domotic, and general supplies. By José Félix Sanz, President of POLIBEA.
17:30 – Sensorial Accessibility. By Federico Rueda, Telecommunications and Informatic Engineer.
18:30 – Reasonable Fixes. CTE. By PhD Salud García López, Architect Comunidad de Madrid.
19:30 – Closure.
This course is COST-FREE, and if participants do it with proficiency, they will receive a teaching credit. If you want to participate, you must book your place clicking here.
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