3D print your own lab equipment: Open Hardware, Education and Global Research Capacity building
We will present an overview of today’s possibilities to cheaply and efficiently build state-of-the-art research equipment using only 3D printed parts, microcontrollers and off-the-shelf electronic sensors and actuators. Moreover, we will present use cases of these types of developments in research, education and global capacity building, with examples taken from the Western and Central Europe as well as sub-Saharan Africa and Latin America.
Ivana Gadjanski – University of Belgrade, TED Fellow and co-founder of Pubsonic
Andre Maia Chagas – University of Tuebingen, TReND in Africa and founder of OpeNeuroscience.com
(Chair: Tom Baden)