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Conference on BIM education in France

Professor Koskela attended the EDUBIM2015 (http://edubim2015.sciencesconf.org/) conference in Caen, France, in June 2015. He delivered a presentation

Professor Koskela attended the EDUBIM2015 (http://edubim2015.sciencesconf.org/) conference in Caen, France, in June 2015. He delivered a presentation titled “Teaching BIM and Lean Construction at the University of Huddersfield and Aalto University”. 

The purpose of the EDUBIM conference was to discuss the need for new competences related to BIM and how educational institutions are and should be responding in this new situation. The conference was held at ESITC Caen, a higher education institution focusing on construction and civil engineering.

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