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Have a good idea for an AU class? Submit a proposal and join the community of experts contributing to the future of making things.
Autodesk University is for everyone, so we’re looking for a range of AU classes to support users at every level of experience and expertise.
We love classes that demonstrate how multiple Autodesk products and suites can be used together to make design and engineering projects efficient.
How are you improving company workflow, collaboration, or concept-to-completion cycles? How are you managing your IP in the cloud?
Do you have an unusual use for Autodesk software that you want to share with others? Have you worked on a highly visible project where Autodesk software played an important role? If so, we want to hear from you.
If you have a unique point of view on an industry topic and want to explore it through community-driven learning, submit your class proposal as a roundtable session.
|Proposal submissions open||April 22, 2015|
|Proposal deadline||May 26, 2015|
|Classes selected and speakers notified||Late June 2015|
|AU registration opens||August 26, 2015|
|Deadline for submitting class materials||November 2, 2015|
|Autodesk University, Las Vegas||December 1-3, 2015|
Industry talks give AU experts an opportunity to provide thought leadership or share insights, case studies, and other innovative experiences in engineering, design, manufacturing, business management, and more.
Instructional demos provide attendees with detailed presentations of in-product workflows, processes, tips and tricks, and other ways AU experts are maximizing their Autodesk product knowledge.
AU labs focus on hands-on computer instruction. Students use computers provided by Autodesk and follow instruction to gain direct experience in the material or application.
AU panels include 2 or more panelists discussing their viewpoints and insights before a large audience of AU attendees.
AU roundtables are facilitator-led discussions among small peer audiences. Roundtable facilitators tap into audience knowledge to reach a common understanding of the topic.
This year we are looking for classes that explore trending topics, including Building Information Modeling (BIM), 3D Printing, Cloud Services, Reality Computing, and Advanced Manufacturing Techniques. We’re also looking for classes that focus on Autodesk software including Fusion 360, Revit, BIM 360, 3ds Max, Maya, AutoCAD products, and other Autodesk products that support the following industries: