March 12th 2020- Pre-event Party

Join OSHWA, the Engelberg Center, ITP, and 370🅙Project for the official pre-party for the Open Hardware Summit. Meet up with friends, meet new friends, and check out ITP’s new home in 370 Jay.

Register here to join the Open Hardware Summit Pre-party

March 13th 2020- Open Hardware Summit Event

Below is the agenda for the Open Source Hardware Summit. Schedule is subject to change and updates 🙂

Open Hardware Summit 2020 Schedule
Time Description Speaker Name
8:30AM Door Open
8:30AM- 9:50AM Registration
10:00AM-10:10AM Welcome Alicia Gibb and Ayah Bdeir
10:10AM-10:25AM OSHWA, certification and Open Hardware Month Recap Michael Weinberg
10:25AM-10:55AM Keynote -From Basement to Graduation: How Open Hardware Grew Up Sophi Kravitz
11:00AM- 11:15AM Open Source Hardware at CERN: the first ten years Javier Serrano
11:15AM-11:30AM 3D Printing with Reclaimed Plastic: Collaboration and Development in Accessible and Sustainable Large Scale Additive Manufacturing Jeric Bautista
11:30AM-11:45AM Internal Context, Open Source Hardware and Democratizing the Future of Augmented Cognition Sean Montgomery
11:45AM-Noon All Good Things Scale Amanda Woznaik
Noon- 12:30PM A new beginning for truely open silicon Timothy Ansell
12:30PM-2:00PM Lunch
2:00PM -3:00PM Panel Discussion –  A decade backward and a decade forward   Moderator: Ayah Bdeir Panelists –
Nadya Peek (University of Washington)
Glenn Samala (SparkFun)
Lenore M. Edman (Evil Mad Scientist  Laboratories)
Carl Richell (System76)
Christina Cyr (dtoor)  
3:00PM-3:15PM Impact of NDA-Free & Open Source on LSI Design & Fabrication Junichi Akita
3:15PM-3:30PM A New and Radical Open Source Initiative Towards the Development of Advanced Electric Propulsion for Space Michael Bretti
3:30PM-3:45PM Break
3:45PM-4:00PM How Hardware Learns: Five Years in the Life of an Open Source Flood Warning Design Robert Ryan- Silva
4:00PM- 4:15PM Ada Lovelace Fellow – YOLO, a social robot for creativity Patricia Alves Oliveira
4:15PM-4:30PM Ada Lovelace Fellow –  I’m giving it all she’s got: Troubleshooting with obsolete hardware in archives and museums   Lorena Ramirez-Lopez
4:30PM-4:45PM LILACC: Introducing the world’s first open source hardware Direct Air Carbon Capture (DACC) machine Christopher Neidi, Matthew Parker, Tao Wang
4:45PM-5:00PM Why We Share: Open Source, Nostalgia, and Play   Libi Rose Striegl  
5:00PM-5:10PM Closing Remarks Alicia Gibb