Open Hardware Summit Schedule, Breakout sessions and Tickets!

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Open Hardware Summit Schedule, Breakout sessions and Tickets!!

We are so happy you will be joining us at the Open Hardware Summit on September 15th at the New York Hall of Science!

We have two types of tickets, all tickets include: Breakfast, Lunch, Snacks and Post-conference Drinks. (Ticket types are not enforced, so please exercise your judgment).

  • Starving Artist Pass: ($50) For artists, students and non-profits
  • Summit Pass: ($95) Everybody else

Breakouts: This year we have breakout sessions in the afternoon. You will be asked to select which one you want to attend before completing your ticket purchase. Your selection will be used to assign rooms at the venue and plan the session, so please consider it final. Descriptions and details about each breakout session can be found at www.openhardwaresummit.org/breakouts

Important Note: The Open Hardware Summit is a non-profit event. Extra funds from sponsorship will be put toward a scholarship for creating open hardware.

Thanks you to HTINK, our fiscal sponsor for handling out ticketing finances.

For more information please visit www.openhardwaresummit.org


Schedule!


Breakout Sessions
By popular demand, this year at the Open Hardware Summit, we are devoting the last section in the day to breakout sessions. Breakout sessions can be facilitator-run panels, discussions or workshops. When buying your ticket, please select the Breakout Session of your choice, descriptions are below. For the full schedule of the day, please click here.
Note: Your selection will be used to assign rooms at the venue and plan the session, so please consider it final.


Tickets!


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