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Thank you to all who joined us at AUDE's first virtual conference. The conference was attended by over 1,000 AUDE member and corporate partners. Here are some fantastic stats from the conference:
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|Plenary 1: Psychological Wellbeing at Work: causes, consequences and solutions
|Session A1: Don’t Demolish, Re-Use – How to Make an Impact With What Already Exists
|Session A2: The Intelligent Campus: Collaboration between Estates and IT
|Session A3: Sustainable Campuses – Our Ten Year Journey with the University of Manchester
|Session A4: Social Value: A University Context – Can Universities benefit from recent government Social Value mandates?
|Plenary 2: The economic headwinds facing higher education post Covid-19
|Session B1: The future of Net Zero Carbon for Higher Education Estates
|Session B2: Will the IoT revolution outpace CAFM / IWMS evolution?
|Session B3: Future Research Design: Academic Led, Servant of Industry or Both
|Workshop 1: Sustainable Campus
|Workshop 2: Learning lessons from Covid-19 for the design of the future sustainable campus
|Workshop 3: Delivering Integrated Facilities Within a More Efficient and Sustainable Estate - a work shadowing framework for the HE sector
|Plenary 3: Universities and These Uncertain Times
|Session C1: Beyond the Perfect Storm: Integrated master planning and the future sustainable estate
|Session C2: The Connected Campus
|Session C3: Route to a truly net zero carbon university campus
|Session C4: A Vision for a Learning Landscape
|Plenary 4: How Higher Education Can Keep Pace with Growing Sustainability Aspirations
|Session D1: A Transformed Estate in a Post Covid World
|Session D2: Knowing me, Knowing You - Analytics, Hierarchy, Application: using data for good decision-making in universities
|Session D3: The benefits of MMC: Carbon & Quality
|Session D4: Delivering a Secure, Smart & Sustainable Campus: Today & Tomorrow
|Plenary 5: The Experience Revolution – the great opportunity
|Session E1: University of the West of England - Low Carbon Residences (2030 approach to reducing carbon)
|Session E2: Reducing costs with the power of procurement
|Session E3: The Evolving Smart Campus: What's Next?
|Session E4: The Construction Playbook – What can it offer Higher Education?
|Plenary 6: The future of contracting: a decade of disruption
|Session F1: Delivering the Sir William Henry Bragg Building, University of Leeds
|Session F2: What has the pandemic taught us about achieving net?
|Session F3: Reinventing Hospitality Management
|Workshop 5: Successful Insourcing
|Workshop 6: How to transition a campus to Net Zero
|Workshop 7: What’s the Future for Commercial Activity in Universities?
|Workshop 8: Building Information Modelling (BIM) for Estates
|Plenary 7: Hopes, Dreams & Sleepless Nights - 10 future student trends you really need to know about
|Session G1: Large learning spaces: What does the future hold?
|Session G2: Creating a responsible all-electric building
|Session G3: How Modern Methods of Construction can add value to HE developments
|Plenary 8: Fire, Water and Collapse – the unholy trinity of threats to your estate
|Session H1: The Influence of the HE Built Environment on Student Outcomes
|Session H2: Where Next for the Office?
|Session H3: Transforming your estate to gain a competitive advantage
|Workshop 9: Informing future-facing HE design
|Workshop 10: How the HE Climate Action Toolkit can help you build back better
|Workshop 11: Capital Costs Database
|AUDE Awards Ceremony 2021
|Plenary 9: Leading through disruption, change and uncertainty
|Workshop 13: More Diversity, Better Estates?
|Rachel Green's lunchtime cook along
|Plenary 10: Future Human Behaviour in a Post-Covid World
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