Science Hack Day Berlin 2015
23-25th October
FabLab Berlin, Prenzlauer Allee 242, 10405 Berlin

Hack Documentation: http://berlin.sciencehackday.org/2015/10/shdb15-hacks/
Social media storify: https://storify.com/SHD_Berlin/science-hack-day-berlin-2015
Photos: https://www.flickr.com/photos/shd_berlin/albums/72157660443683062


Organising Team

Lucy Patterson, Giulia Paparo, Ramin Soleymani (end of the hackathon – very tired but very happy)

Lightning Speakers

  • Mang – Berlin-based artist and engineer working at the intersection of art, engineering and human experience who even exhibited work for NASA! True story. He talked about his light objects and interactive installations and how to be a good hacker michaelang.com
  • Arthur Pointeau (& Zach) – from the amazing award-winning art/science/empathy/perception project, The Machine to Be Another: “Open Source Art investigation on the relation of Identity and Empathy that has been developed on a basis of low budget experiments of Embodiment and Virtual Body Extension.” themachinetobeanother.org
  • Clemens Gruber – Open source bee hive monitoring project open-hive.org
  • Nenad Popov – artist and media anarchist with a talk about his microscopic friends and other experiments morphogenesis.eu
  • Andre Lampe – “Physiker, Doktorand in Biochemie, Ostwestfale, Science Slammer und mag Wissenschaftskommunikation” on hacking inside the academy. scienceblogs.de/diekleinendinge
  • Robert Böhme – C.E.O. of the Part Time Scientists (ptscientists.com) – currently one of the top 5 favourites to win the Google Lunar XPRIZE, a $30 million competition to land a privately funded rover on the moon by 2017

Superhackers & Volunteers

Mónica Sánchez – superhacker
Claudine Chen – SHDB family superhacker
Kasia (Katarzyna) Koscielska – all-round voluntary greatness



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