2022 Annual Conference Programme
The digital pivot: what will the hybrid campus of the future look like?
|DAY ONE – Thursday, June 2|
|11:30||Registration and networking|
|The campus of the future: drivers of change|
|13:00||Welcome to the University of Lisbon||Professor Luis Ferreira, Rector, University of Lisbon|
|13:15||Campus 2030: Envisioning tomorrow’s multi-modal campus||Brooke Thayer, Associate Director, Research Development, EAB Consulting|
|14:15||The Hybrid campus: combining high-tech with no-tech||Prof Alexandra den Heijer, Chair of Public Real Estate, Faculty of Architecture and the Built Environment, TU Delft|
|Institutional responses for drivers for change|
|15:20||Case study #1: Imagining the hybrid campus at Aalto University: resolving strategic choices||Marianna Bom, Chief Financial Officer; Riitta Silvennoinen, Chief HR Officer; Raili Pönni, Head of Planning – Leadership and Support Services, Aalto University|
|16:00||Building the hybrid campus of the future: data, analytics and creating a sense of community||Frederico Muñoz,
Cloud & Architecture Lead, SAS Institute
Panel session: this house believes that “….Ironically, and thankfully, the glorious abundance of the virtual has created an even greater longing for the real.”
• Heidi Backman, Director of University Services, Åbo Akademi University
|17:00||Wrapping up the day’s proceedings and practical information about the evening’s social events||Ian Creagh|
|17:10||Depart for hotels|
|19:00||Conference Dinner (details will be sent to registered participants)|
|21:00||Concert by the Mário Laginha Trio at the University of Lisbon|
|22:30||Return to hotels|
|DAY TWO – Friday, June 3|
|09:00||Case study #2: The Hybrid Learning Theatre: The Show Must Go On?||Maud Pols, Learning Specialist, Microsoft Europe|
|09:40||The Campus, The University, Higher Education and its Futures||Tobias Revell, Associate; Design Futures Lead, Arup|
|10:20||Case study #3: Tilburg University’s hybrid journey: from excitement to disappointment to ….?||Aukje Leufkens, Operations Manager, EDUiLAB|
|11:25||Case study #4: Three tales on the path to blended education from the University of Groningen||Louwarnound van der Duim, Director of Educational Support and Innovation, University of Groningen|
Panel session: this house believes “…Universities […] are possibly the least intensively used space you can imagine.”
• Ger Boonen, Managing Director, Faculty of Arts, Radboud University
|12:35||Closing remarks from the host and conference facilitator||Dr. Ricardo Geraldes, Executive Director of Rectory Services, University of Lisbon and Ian Creagh|
Note: the programme is subject to marginal change.
HUMANE and the University of Lisbon fully intend to deliver the Annual Conference in Lisbon. If however, public health restrictions associated with the Covid-19 pandemic require it to be postponed, participants will be notified with as much notice as possible.
Neither HUMANE nor the University of Lisbon are liable for any losses, accidents or damage to persons or objects during the Annual Conference in Lisbon. Participants attending the Annual Conference in Lisbon do so at their own risk and responsibility.