Schedule

NOTE: the schedule has been updated slightly

Welcome

8:30 am Breakfast and Registration (will be provided)
9:30 am Welcome and Opening Notes

WHY DO OPEN HARDWARE?

10:00 am: Limor Fried, Adafruit
10:30 am: Gerald Coley, Texas Instruments & Beagle Board
11:00 am: Bruce Perens, founder: OSI
11:30 am: John Wilbanks, Creative Commons

12:00 pm: Institutional Sprint talks

•    Amanda Mc Donald Crowley, EYEBEAM: “Open Art and Tech”
•    Jim Barkley & Sam Sayer, MITRE: “ARx: Almost-Ready-to-Anything”
•    Andy Lee, NASA: “NASA’s Open Lab”

LUNCH

12:30 – 1:30 pm: Lunch (will be provided)

OPEN HARDWARE IN REALITY

1:30 pm: BUSINESS: Open hardware business models

•    Moderator: Eric von Hippel, MIT Sloan School of Management
•    Chris Anderson, DIYdrones & Wired
•    Peter Semmelhack, Bug Labs
•    David Carrier, Parallax
•    Phil Torrone, Adafruit & Make
•    Massimo Banzi, Arduino
•    Bunnie Huang, Chumby

2:30 pm: PRODUCTIZING: Scaling/ Manufacturing/ Moving beyond DIY

•    Moderator: Dale Dougherty, Make
•    Eric Pan, Seeed Studio
•    Matt Peddicord, Buglabs
•    Clint Cooley, Circuit Co
•    Nathan Seidle, Sparkfun
•    Paulo Blikstein, Stanford University & GoGoBoard
•    Taylor Hokanson, DIYLILCNC

BREAK

3:40 pm: LAW: Open hardware licenses and norms

•   Moderator: David Mellis, Arduino & MIT Media Lab
•    Windell Oskay, Evil Mad Scientist
•    Wendy Seltzer, Harvard University: Berkman Center for Internet & Society
•    Matt Stack, Liquidware
•    Michael Weinberg, Public Knowledge
•    Peter Brown, Freedom Software Foundation
•    Xavier Carcelle, OHANDA
•    you, twitter/email

SPRINT TALKS

4:40 pm: DESIGN sprint talks

•    Dave Vondle, IDEO: “Re-examining Design for Open-Source Hardware”
•    Georgina Voss, Tinker: “To Build a (Smart) Home”
•    Mike Kuniavsky, ThingM: “Three crappy Open Hardware situations we’ve had to deal with, and what we did.”

5:20 pm: EDUCATION sprint talks

•    Leah Buechley, MIT Media Lab: “OSH in the Academy”
•    Dan Steingart, City College CUNY: “Ardustat:A Case Study in Open Source Hardware for Academics”
•    Michael Shiloh, Teach Me to Make: “Highly Learnable Open Hardware”

DEFINITION AND DISCUSSION

•    6:00-6:30 pm: Ayah Bdeir, Creative Commons & littleBits: Introduction of definition 1.0 and signing
•    6:30-7:30 pm: Cocktail Hour