I have knowledge in schematic design, electronics repair, SPICE simulation, GitHub open source apps user.
I am part of a large network of people who use technology to solve social problems, including many makers. I have been a mentor in "#ASKnet" in Uganda and South Sudan since 2016, am a member of GIG the Global Innovation Gathering, and met many fantastic makers through interventions with the Labmobile. I work as a Systemic Organizational Consultant and Agile Coach, and I have written and evaluated plenty of proposals and project descriptions.
I am a professor at the University of Tuebingen, with experience in systems neuroscience, visual system, signal processing in the retina, two-photon microscopy, open hardware for neuroscience, micropython
I'm a Ph.D. in Ecology, and since 2016 I have been working on free-open source projects focused on smart devices for environmental monitoring, hardware design, offline/online data management, and data sovereignty.
Public Interest Technologist and Researcher exploring policy frameworks that support technology design, adoption, and use for diverse communities.
Experience In rapid prototyping with digital fabrication using 3D printer, laser cutter and electronics development platforms.
Brazilian researcher, lecturer and consultant on the intersection of innovation and sociopolitical inclusion. He holds 20 years of experience in developing projects on the intersection of digital tools and human rights
I am a researcher at the University of Bath that works with optical fibers, with a focus on hollow core optical fibers. These are exciting as they guide in air instead of glass. I will use them to guide deep-UV light for clinical applications.
I have spent the last decade or so designing and modifying all manner of scientific instruments. I have also written GitBuilding a hardware documentation tool as I am passionate about good complete documentation.
Engineering of solar photovoltaic technology, open hardware, and distributed recycling and additive manufacturing (DRAM) using RepRap 3-D printing, but also includes policy and economics.
I'm an artist and embedded systems engineer with expertise in biosensing, digital signal processing, Arduino (C, C++), Open Source Business Startup & Strategy.
I teach a class at Florida Institute of Technology called "The Basics of Making" and have expertise in chemical, biomedical, and materials engineering; nanotechnology; making materials characterization equipment.
Serial entrepreneur in Europe, China and Australia, Eric has utilized his engineering background to develop hardware innovations across multiple industries, from medical devices to virtual reality