Om uw eigen programma samen te stellen kunt u kiezen uit de volgende sprekers en onderwerpen:
- XR Stage – Start of the Journey | Dr. Carlos Santos
In this session an explanation is given of what is an Extended Reality Stage, why this is important and how Breda University of Applied Sciences is in the forefront of Virtual Productions, and XR Performances.
- Serious Games & Extended Realities (VR/AR) | Prof dr. Igor Mayer / Wilco Boode Msci
Impressions of what we do, what we make and how we work in the CRADLE R&D lab. Examples of Digital Humans for Health, Digital Media (VR/AR) for Culture/Safety Training and Digital Twins for Sustainability and (Ocean) Planning.
- Markiezenhof “De geheimen van de Markiezin”: van onderzoek tot storytelling tot experience design tot onderzoek | Dr. Moniek Hover (Dutch only)
Deze presentatie gaat over “De geheimen van de Markiezin”, een storytelling en experience design project dat wij als storytelling experts hebben gerealiseerd in Markiezenhof Bergen op Zoom, en over het belevingsonderzoek dat wij hieromheen hebben gedaan. Wij zullen ook een video vertonen van de experience “De geheimen van de Markiezin”.
- International collaboration beyond borders – good practices of the Academy for Leisure and Events (EU-funded projects and impact) | Dr. Liliya Terzieva
This presentation will entail the essence of four EU-funded projects of Breda University of Applied Sciences under the lead of the Academy for Leisure and Events. The impact and sustainability of the project outcomes will be outlined in direct relation to the industry and the further collaborations that to date they have been and will certainly be generating in the future.
- Liveable city: eco-systems, knowledge acceleration and fireworks | Joost de Kruif
Being acknowledged as an entrepreneurial university of applied sciences sounds great! The challenge is to combine practical and societal issues with research, anticipate on the increasing urge to develop a data-driven approach and connect to industry dealing with the differences between public and private interests and stakeholders. To accelerate the dialogue on liveable cities the Atlas Liveable Cities is being developed. The audience to the presentation will be amazed with some state-of-the-art insights combined with the process on how to become an entrepreneurial university of applied sciences.
- Sustainability/SDGs and our research and education | Prof Frans Melissen
Prof Frans Melissen will discuss the reasons why BUas considers Sustainability and the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) as a key topic for research and education. He will also present BUas’ ambitions regarding its contribution to realising the SDGs through its research and education.
- Spreading visitors by using hyper-personalised information | Jeroen Klijs, Boy Lokhoff (Travel with Zoey) and Sarra Amir (Travel with Zoey)
In cooperation with Travel with Zoey Marketing Oost and NBCT we have carried out an experiment in the Province of Overijssel. We have tested to what degree it is possible to redirect them from tourism hotspots to lesser-known places, by giving them tips what to do. And what does this mean for their satisfaction with the holiday? It is the first time that the possibilities to spread tourists over space has been empirically investigated, in this amount of detail. In this session we will discuss the setup, results, and implications of the experiment.
- DIGNITY project closing digital gaps for mobility | Nick van Apeldoorn
The world is getting more digital by the day. This is great for many, but challenging for some with digital exclusion as a result. Within the EU DIGNITY research project, we studied who is excluded from mobility due to digitalisation. We assessed the digital gap with surveys with over 4,500 participants and 80 in-depth interviews. We worked on making mobility products better with inclusive design workshops with vulnerable to excluded groups and service providers. In scenario building workshops we scoped potential futures and how we can best tackle the problems ahead. From this session we will learn how big this digital gap actually is, what these people need in order to be included in modern society and what challenges we see ahead in the future.
- Human Capital Development in Leisure/Tourism/Hospitality in a post COVID-19 era | Rose de Vrieze McBean
The world of tourism is both dynamic and ever-changing. So are the skills needed in order to be an active player within the Tourism industry. This presentation focusses on the key skills needed by students and staff and how these can be implanted in the next tourism generation. Furthermore, there is need for collaboration between both our various academies and industry partners to consolidate our relationship, in order to demonstrate our vital role in shaping a better world (BUas+).
- The Zero Emission City Logistics Maturity of SMEs | Thato Motloung
In 2025, the way in which businesses plan and execute their city logistics is going to change significantly with the introduction of zero emission zones. Will small businesses manage to make a plan on time?
Join BUas logistics engineer and researcher Thato Motloung as she delves into the maturity of small companies in preparation for zero emission logistics operations.
- In Sight of Balance: Measuring Visitor Flows and Liveability | Corné Dijkmans
In 2021, Breda University together with other partners conducted research into the technical possibilities and best practices for measuring and monitoring visitor flows (e.g. with infrared cameras, noise measurement, traffic flows). The aim of this study was to provide an overview of the many technical opportunities in the field of measuring visitor pressure, in order to provide input for policy-making and contribute to concrete operationalisation around this topic. Although primarily aimed at the Municipality of Etten-Leur (in relation to the Van Gogh Church, and the expected increasing number of visitors), the results of this research are also valuable for other settings.
- Sustainability & business: this is what we do! | Wouter van Tankeren, Jelmer Weijschede & Ilse van Ipenburg
Wouter van Tankeren, Jelmer Weijschede & Ilse van Ipenburg
In this changing world and society where sustainability is more urgent than ever, we take our students on a sustainable road to designing business; not a business as usual approach. How we do this and what challenges and exciting examples do we come across? We would be happy to share this with you on 19 May, where we present the ins and outs of the Sustainable Strategic Business Design (SSBD) course.