Are you interested in working on concrete digital products with social added value? Do you want to take part in such an innovation journey within European teams with various background and expertise? Are you eager to reflect and discuss on the ethical aspects of digital activities?
Whether you are a programmer, marketer, business guru or a member of the civil society, you should then take part in our first MakerLab. Organised in the context of the HubIT project, MakerLabs are sprint like events that will bring together around 20 participants with interdisciplinary backgrounds to work on ICT prototypes addressing social issues. Divided into 4 to 5 teams, participants will be provided with material and technical support in order to enable them to create a concrete prototype of their solution. In parallel to that, participants will be expected to critically reflect on their own production process.
The event starts on Friday, 21.02.2020 at the Technical University of Berlin (Marchstraße 23, 10587 Berlin, Germany).
Join in and create new ideas for the society of tomorrow!
The 20 selected participants will have the opportunity to:
- Develop their own product in a supportive environment with all required infrastructure and technical support
- Receive fe edback from experts with various backgrounds
- Establish cross-border, pan-European partnerships;
- Discuss and reflect on the importance of societal issues in ICT
Travel and accommodation costs are fully covered by the project for all selected participants*
*up to 500,00€