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Wednesday, May 7 • 14:30 - 15:50
Creating a European Makers and Open Source Hardware Movement LIMITED

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During this session, that will be lead by Open Source Hardware Association representative Simone and Addie (both co-chairs of the OHSummit later this year) we will present OSHWA plans for the creation of several European branches and get your feedbacks on the plan. 

We will also present you some of the European most active national maker communties leaders working to nurture a more connected Open Source Hardware and community in their countries.

This session will be an opportunity for you to know more about collaborative Europe wide with Makers and OSHW enthusiast and to build connections and network to step up our reach to companies and institutions to make the OSHW movement thrive.

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Simone Cicero

Italy & Factory Connector, OuiShare
I am a self-starter, strategist, product and service designer interested in co-design, design thinking and meaningful innovation. I investigate the reasons behind change, correlate things and understand. | | I run workshops and design events for strategy creation, product and service design, planning, envisioning and more. | | I’m a blogger and public speaker: most often I talk about innovation, disruption, resilience and... Read More →
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Addie Wagenknecht

Open Source Hardware Association/MIT and NORTD labs
Addie Wagenknecht is currently the chair of the Open Hardware Summit, an artist at Free Art and Technology Lab a.k.a. F.A.T. Lab and is represented by bitforms gallery, NYC. Wagenknecht is also a co-founder of NORTD labs who created the open source laser cutter Lasersaur. The Lasersaur Project is estimated to have around 1,000 active developers including New York University, Stanford University and Carnegie Mellon University among others. Addie... Read More →

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Tomas Diez

Fundador del Fab City Research Laboratory, IAAC | FAB City
Urbanism, digital fabrication, making visible the invisible
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Bram Geenen

Founder, Wevolver
Industrial designer, founder of Studio Geenen and Wevolver.com, a website for sharing Open Hardware. Lot of experience with digital manufacturing. Involved in open design / Open Hardware since early 2010 and passionate about developing technology through collaboration.
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Simon Höher

Co-Founder, Knowable

Wednesday May 7, 2014 14:30 - 15:50
04 The Factory

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