About the workshop

This workshop has been organized by the OpenSource Architectures Research Group at School of Architecture and Technology from Universidad San Jorge with the aim to create a network of researchers from different universities and disciplines sharing the same research field: that related to improving disabled peoples’ condition in 21st century cities. The workshop is aimed to fulfill the following objectives:

  1. To create a network of work and collaboration synergies between projects, research groups and universities for the promotion of action research projects aimed at improving the mobility and autonomy of people with functional diversity with the application of collaborative approaches and open data that can be framed as citizen science projects.
  2. To conjointly design a possible work road map for the members of the network.
  3. To publicize research projects and working groups on accessibility, disability or mobility.

Convinced that research has to have some return to society if it has to improve people’s lifes, the talks will be open and free to anyone who wants to attend.

We would like to thank Gobierno de Aragón and Universidad San Jorge for funding the event and to all the speakers for their collaboration.

Organizers & Sponsors

Organized by:

Hosted by:




Ana Ruiz-Varona

Architecture. Urban Planning

Architecture, Urban studies, GIS


Carlos Cámara-Menoyo

Architecture, Information and Knowledge Society

Cities, Tecnology, Society, Commons, Maps


Javier Álvarez Atarés

Researcher, Teacher

Architecture, Design, Urban design


Javier Claver Calvete


Architecture, GIS


Javier Corzán Serrano

Research Assistant

Architecture, Public spaces, Cooperation, Historic Heritage


  • Colegio Oficial de Arquitectos de Aragón.
    Calle San Voto 7, Zaragoza
  • Free registration

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