The Arizona State University (ASU) Citizen Science and Maker Summit 2016 is an event hosted by ASU designed to explore the crossroads of citizen science, the maker movement and higher education. The summit is scheduled for October 26, 27 & 28, 2016 for downtown Chandler, Arizona at the ASU Chandler Innovation Center.
1000001 Labs participates in two related events:
1) Citizen Science Tools Database/Meta Data Workshop
2) Citizen Science and Maker Summit
The ASU Citizen Science Maker Summit 2016 will facilitate the sharing of best practices and help jump-start opportunities for the citizen science and making communities to learn from each other. The event will include a combination of breakout sessions, skill-building workshops and networking events, as well as multiple keynote speakers.
Explore best practices between makers and citizen scientists and learn how these two communities can benefit from each other.
Participate in multiple networking activities that allow you to connect with other conference attendees.
Engage in hands-on workshops conducted by TechShop staff and experience first hand what select machines can do. You will be able to take home what you make!
|Wednesday, October 26, 2016||6 pm – 7 pm||Reception (optional)|
|Thursday, October 27, 2016||9 am – 5 pm||Keynote address: David Lang, Founder of Open ROV
Keynote address: Alison Parker, EPA
Keynote address: Nancy Stoner, Pisces FoundationBreakout Sessions:
Data Quality in Federal Agencies
Maker to Manufacturing
Making Tools Discoverable (follow-up to Workshop)
Birds of a Feather Un-conference session
Public Sharing and Ice Cream (optional)
|Friday, October 28, 2016||8 am – 1 pm||Keynote address: Heather Fleming, founder of Catapult
Design and Discuss
Sharing of Commitments
Lunch and TechShop time