Open Hardware Summit accepting calls for proposals, and Ada Lovelace fellows!
The OSH Summit will be held April 22, 2022 (Possibly at NYC/NYU, Possibly remote, Possibly hybrid!)
The Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) aims to foster technological knowledge and encourage research that is accessible, collaborative and respects user freedom.
Every year, OSHWA hosts the Open Hardware Summit, which hosts talks that cover a wide range of subjects from electronics, mechanics to related fields such as digital fabrication, fashion technology, self-quantification devices, and IP law. As a microcosm of the Open Source Hardware community, the Summit provides an annual friendly forum for the community.
Call For Proposals Deadline: December 17th 2021
Any public, open, or citizen led, artwork, creative practice, research creation, rogue research, or academic and industry project is welcome that covers Open Hardware from any perspective. If you don’t see yourself directly in this call for proposals, please still consider submitting. Feel free to reach out to Lee Wilkins or Claire Cassidy, the dedicated talks chair. OSH does not accept marketing pitches.
We are also excited to offer the Ada Lovelace fellowship which provides support and mentorship to marginalized people in open hardware. Questions relating to this can be directed to Sid Drmay, the fellowship chair.
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