MakerCon – The Nordic Edition

Detailed Timetable for Friday and Saturday

Thursday October 16th: Preconference

Location: Mesh at Tordenskiolds gate 3, Oslo.

18:00
Speakers reception | Closed event
19:00

Friday October 17th

Location: Ingensteds, Indigo and Strykejernet at Brenneriveien 9, Oslo.

8:00
CHECK-IN/REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
9:00
MakerCon Introduction – Day 1
Jon Haavie and Roger Antonsen, Norway Makers
9:10
The Impact of the Maker Movement
Mike Senese, Maker Media
9:30
Making in Norway
Haakon Karlsen Jr. FabLab Lyngen, Graham Hayward, and Jens Dyvik, Fellesverkstedet
10:00
Why Makers are important to the world and how Atmel relates to this
Jo Uthus, Atmel
10:30
BREAK
11:00
Open-Source Adventuring: OpenROV, OpenExplorer and the Future of Connected Exploration
David Lang, OpenROV
11:30
How Making is Changing the World - and How You Can Too!
Jennifer Turliuk, MakerKids
12:00
Panel discussion: The Impact of the Maker Movement and The Democratization of Technology
Haakon Karlsen Jr., Graham Hayward, Jo Uthus, David Lang, and Jennifer Turliuk. Convener: Mike Senese.
12:30
LUNCH
13:30
Autodesk’s 3D Printing Platform: Sparking innovation
Hilde Sevens, Autodesk
14:00
Ultimaker — and open source 3D printer
Erik de Bruijn, Ultimaker
14:30
Breaking the mold: Printing 1000’s of parts
Espen Sivertsen, Type-A-Machines
15:00
BREAK
15:30
Polarworks Alta and the quest to design the simplest 3D printer possible
Simen Svale Skogsrud and Hans Jakob Føsker, Polarworks
16:00
Panel discussion: A 3D printer revolution.
Erik de Bruijn, Espen Sivertsen, Simen Skogsrud, William Kempton. Convener: Mike Senese.
16:30
Debate: Patents versus open hardware?
Jon Nordby, The Grid, and Laila Dahl, Patentstyret
18:00
MAKERCON PARTY

Saturday October 18th: Talks

8:00
CHECK-IN/REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
9:00
MakerCon Introduction – Day 2
Jon Haavie and Roger Antonsen, Norway Makers
9:10
Workshop Pitching
9:30
Making the first Maker Faire in Sweden
Nils Olander
10:00
Travelling maker stories
Øyvind Nydal Dahl
10:30
BREAK
11:00
Hovering Clouds: Looking at online tool offerings for Product Design and 3D Printing
William Kempton
11:30
How to make 3D printer electronics?
Elias Bakken
12:00
LUNCH
13:00
Making a toy for makers
Erik Torstensson
13:30
Innovation Inspiration - IPR Databases as a Source of Inspiration
Hege Langlo
14:00
Making a one year school course for young makers
Olav Helland
14:30
BREAK
15:00
Make and break
Hans Gerhard Meier
15:30
Evolutionary algorithms as a design tool - from art to robotics
Kyrre Glette
16:00
Mega bottles and magic photobooths
Pål Smitt-Amundsen
16:30
Wrap-up
Norway Makers
18:00

Saturday October 18th: Workshops

9:30
Build your own Quadcopter
Henning Pedersen
3D printer hacks and mods
Erik de Bruijn
Digital loves analog
Ane Thon Knutsen and Jens Dyvik, Fellesverkstedet
Bar Hacking
Fellesverkstedet and Dronebrygg
ioT Mobile Clinic
Alex Jonsson and Andreas Lundquist
13:00
Reverse engineering for kids
Erik Torstensson
Prototyping with littleBits
Erica Tiberia
Bar Hacking
Fellesverkstedet and Dronebrygg
Documentation is futile, make machines do it
Jon Norby