The programme included a total of 54 technical conferences and discussions, which analysed success cases of entrepreneurial students (Hyperloop, Zeleros, Azalea, BeMore 3D, Clon Digital, SpanS), disruptive Valencian companies in industrialisation and construction fields, collaborations with the professional associations and innovative proposals in the international sphere (such as CONDEREFF project), among other topics. Attendants had to option to attend at the ETSIE lecture hall in person or online.

An interesting exchange of experiences took place at EXCO 21 with the participation of 57 universities from five continents (from Wuham to Cape Town via Sapporo or Florida), 9 departments and 8 research institutes: the Institute of Concrete Science and Technology (ICITECH); the Institute for Bioengineering and Human Oriented Technology Research (I3B); the University Institute of Heritage Restoration (IRP); the Institute of Materials Technology (ITM); the Institute of Energy Engineering (IIE); the Inter-University Institute for Molecular Recognition and Technological Development (IDM); the Centre for Physical Technologies, Acoustics, Materials and Astrophysics (CTFAMA); the Institute for Integrated Coastal Zone Management (IGIC); the Eduardo Torroja Institute of Construction Sciences, CSIC, and the Institute of the Italian National Research Council (CNR), L'Aquila (Italy).

Our project was presented in person on 26th of May by CONDEREFF lead researcher Dr. Javier Cárcel and the UPV collaborator Dr. Jaime Llinares.