Who we are

The SHD Berlin organizing team consists wholly of volunteers from the world’s of science, design, IT, engineering, communication, and the intersections between.

Join us!

If you’d like to get involved and join the team as as volunteer organiser just get in touch! Working in this project can be a great way to get in touch with interesting people, projects, and organisations in Berlin and in the wider science hacking scene and we’d be happy to share it with you. Write us at [email protected].

Tap into our experience and expertise

Science Hack Day is a global, open, volunteer-run project with open source instructions that’s all about spreading grass-roots empowerment, collaboration and interdisciplinary innovation. We love to see projects that share this ethos popping up around the country and are really happy to offer our advice and share our experience. We have many years experience in running successful participatory hacking events and a strong community.

 

Current Organizers:

Lucy Patterson
(
2014, 2015, 2016)
LucyScience communicator, maker and problem-solver. Open access and open science enthusiast. Molecular biologist and former labrat. Thinks science is too cool for the scientists to keep it all to themselves. Fascinated by the very small and extremely weird cellular and molecular world.
https://twitter.com/lu_cyP

Ramin Soleymani
(2013, 2014, 2015, 2016)
raminCreative technologist and media artist. Worked in computer science research for a while, before starting to dive into open education and the hacking culture of berlin. Is convinced that the ivory tower of science will crush if you just drill long enough at the very same spot with your little finger.
https://twitter.com/ramin__

 

 

Giulia Paparo
(
2014, 2015, 2016)
giuliaTrained philosopher of science, trying to live in between philosophy and physics. Sometimes wishes to have been born at Galileo’s time, when philosophy and physics were still considered one. While waiting for the invention of a time machine, experimenting Science Communication as a way to enthusiasm everyone into the philosophical meaning of science, and the scientific use of philosophy, and maybe a time machine won’t be needed anymore.
https://twitter.com/giu_pap

Michaela Flaherty
(
2016)
coming soon…

 

Former organizers:

Isam Haddad (2013, 2014, 2015)
Claudine Chen (2013, 2014, 2015)
Michael Meinel (2013)
Christian Rausch (2013)
Thorsten Witt (2013)
Danila Pellicani (2013)
Alessandro Contini (2013)

 

We are also kindly supported by the OpenTechSchool. For more information about the OpenTechSchool initiative, please visit: opentechschool.org

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