UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES MAINZ
CRI - DITO
Romain Di Vozzo
Tania Di Gioia
DAY 1 | Friday 13 July
UNIVERSITE PARIS-SACLAY CAMPUS
8:30am --> 8:55am: Coffee and Croissants
9:00aM --> 10:00am: Neil Gershenfeld (CBA/MIT) Introduction Talk on Fablabs & Research (Talk + Questions)
10:00am --> 10:25am : Caroline Appert (CNRS) Low-cost Tangible Interaction with TouchTokens (Talk + Questions)
10:25am --> 10:50am : Cyprien Guérin & Pierre Nicolas (INRA) Building Peristaltic Pumps for Research in Biology (Talk + Questions)
10:50am --> 11:20am : Neil Gershenfeld (CBA/MIT) COFFEE BREAK
11:20am --> 11:50am : Peter Troxler (Hogeschool Rotterdam) Fab Research (Talk + Questions)
12:00am --> 12:30am : 1 min Speeches to present yourself and your research Participants tell their names, what they do, where they are from.
12:30am --> 14:00pm : LUNCH ON SITE (Digiteo Labs)
14:00 --> 14:15: Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris Tech - Conseil scientifique de RFF) An international perspective of the interactions between the FabLabs & the private sector.
14:15 --> 14:30: Albane Imbert(Institut Pasteur) How to set a FabLab in a research institute & co-prototype with researchers
14:30 --> 14:45: Victor Benichoux(Institut Pasteur) Development of an open-source behind-the-ear hearing aid
14:45 --> 15:00: Guillaume Dumas(Institut Pasteur) Human-Machine Interaction for Autism: from Lab to Hospital and Home
15:00 --> 15:15: Denis Terwagne (ULB) Resilience in scientific research, combining digital fabrication and frugal science
15:15 --> 15:30: Nawel Khenak (LIMSI-CNRS) Virtualité Augmentée
15:30 --> 16:00: COFFEE BREAK
16:00 --> 16:15: Constance Garnier (Telecom Paris Tech - Conseil scientifique de RFF) FabLab as innovation intermediaries - An international perspective of the interactions between the FabLabs & the private sector.
16:15 --> 16:30: David Zakoth (University of Applied Sciences Mainz) Open Photonics Makerspace: A qualitative study about expectations of makers and companies when thinking about collaboration
16:30 --> 16:45: Ramy Boujawdeh (BERYTECH) Why does Berytech have a FabLab?
16:45 --> 17:00: Michael Wessely (INRIA)
17:00 --> 17:20: Imane Baïz(CRI/DITO) and Tonino Rizzo (CRI/DITO) Open science in France and in Europe
17:20 --> 17:40: Thomas Landrain Just One Giant Lab (Talk + Questions)
18:00/18:15 --> 19:00/19:15: Bus Trip to reach the FAB CITY SUMMIT Party at the Glazart
Fablabs & Science Research: Antidisciplinarity for Societal Change
The Fablab Network continues to grow from multiple collaborations between inspired Research-Scientists, Creative Individuals from the Civil Society, Futuristic Industries and Agile Humanitarians who keep crossing the boundaries of a wide range of disciplines to bring empowerment tools to the publics trough Digital Fabrication processes, where ever they are, without distinction of race, gender or age. Those Societal Game-Changers constantly intertwine creativity, technology, innovation and education to experiment with new ways of inventing Reality. Université Paris-Saclay’s FAB14 Distributed Science Research HotSpot invites you to dive into 1 day of interactive programs, community building, and anti disciplinarity methods.
Université Paris-Saclay is proud to announce that FAB14 Distributed Science Research (UPSaclay) is joining efforts with the Fab City Summit to give you the best possible experience of FAB14+.
FAB14 Distributed Fablabs & Science Research will happen on Friday July 13 on the Université Paris-Saclay Campus.
Participants of FAB14 Distributed Fablabs & Science Research will join the Fab City Summit on Thursday July 12, at La Villette.
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+ TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS TO UNIVERSITÉ PARIS SACLAY
1 – From Paris center to Université Paris Saclay:
1-1 – You take RER B (some kind of train). You go down the train at Le Guichet Station.
1-2 – At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.
2 – From Orly Airport to Université Paris Saclay:
2-1 -You take OrlyVal (Automatic Metro). You go down the train to Antony Station.
2-2 -In Antony you take the RER B. You go down the train at Le Guichet Station.
2-3 -At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.
3 – From Charles De Gaulle Airport to Université Paris Saclay:
3-1 -You take RER B (some kind of train). You go down the train at Le Guichet Station.
3-2 – At Le Guichet Station, you take BUS 9 and you go down the bus at the MOULON Station.
4 – From Université Paris Saclay to Toulouse (Matabiau): We can manage the transport by train if you need it.