Open Source Hardware Summit 2015 Program @ohsummit

Program

Open Hardware Summit, September 19, 2015, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Keynote

AnnMarie Thomas, Associate Professor in the School of Engineering, the Schulze School of Entrepreneurship, and the Opus College of Business at University of St. Thomas

Science and Education

Ben Leduc-Mills. Open Hardware, Open Minds: The Rise of Open Hardware in Academia and K-12 Education

Nancy Ouyang. The Rise and Fall of an Open Source Hardware Company

Peter Marchetto. Open Hardware in Community/Citizen Science

Ryan Fobel, Christian Fobel, Michael Dryden and Aaron Wheeler. DropBot: an Open-Source Platform for Lab Automation

Joshua Pearce. Making Open Hardware the New Standard in Science

Hugo Boyer. Open Source Robotics Foundation and the Robotics Fast Track

Workflow: From Chip to Product

Eric Wilhelm. Overview

Sanket Gupta and Sam Wurzel. Common Parts Library

Andreas Olofsson. Open Source Chip Design: The Final Frontier

Hannah Stewart and James Tooze. Circularity and Community Factories – Logic and Geographies of Redistributed Manufacture and Makespaces

J. Eric Townsend (aka jet). Foundation for a Common Object Description Language

J. Simmons. Demonstration of Open Source Engineering Analysis and Parametric CAD Modeling for OSHW

Kipp Bradford. Successfully Manufacturing your Open Source Hardware

Case Studies: Projects and Processes

Catarina Mota. History of Open Source

Joshua Lifton. A Tale of Two Laptops: Case Studies in Open Consumer Electronics

James Parr. ULTRASCOPE: Automated Robotic Observatory (ARO)

Myles Cooper, Grace Ahn, Elizabeth Doyle and Michael Searing. Investigating Normal – Hacking Prosthetics

Bevan Weissman and Dan Beyer. Dynamic Infrastructure for Social Innovation

The Role of Open Hardware Going Forward

Benedetta Piantella. Humanitarian Open Source Tech Projects

Bruce Boyes. What the Wright brothers Can Teach us about Open Source vs Closed Source

Tega Brain and Surya Mattu. Unfit Bits: Free your Fitness Data from Yourself

Pedro Oliveira and Xuedi Chen. Open Source Riots – Appropriating Technologies for Protests of the Future

Tom Igoe. Speaking In Tongues and Catching Flies: OSH and Connected Devices

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