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论坛演讲

【10月15日-16日论坛流程】
  • 10月15日论坛流程
创客讲堂@创智天地广场7号楼会议中心
10月15日 14:00-17:30创客主题教育论坛
汇聚华人创客教育的明星阵容
国外STEM教育、国内创客教育发展得正如火如荼,
创客嘉年华即摸索什么是创客教育之后,
今年将邀请一线教育大咖来探讨创客教育的“教”与“学”,继续对创客教育话题进行深度研究。
来创客嘉年华,与世界科技教育观同步!
主持人 李梦军
猫友汇创客教育联合会秘书长、中小学创客教育执委会副主任、全国青少年创客大赛组委会秘书长、常州开放大学副教授、常州创客中心负责人
清华大学出版社《创客教育》、《青少年科技创新》丛书副主编谢作如:寻找创客教育的更多可能性
曾吉弘:翻转开发,活用云端创新技术
叶琛:塑造创客思维
管雪沨:用什么支点撬动创客教育
吴俊杰:创客空间的历史使命和教育价值
钱旭鸯:创客教育:综合实践活动中的实作学习

 

  • 10月16日论坛流程
创客讲堂@创智天地广场7号楼会议中心
10月16日 10:00-12:30创客大咖讲堂
一场关于创客发展生态的演讲报告
特邀中、美、日、韩四国创客大咖以及全球蓝牙技术大咖聚首,共同分享当下创客发展生态。
Masakazu Takasu
Masakazu Takasu,被创客们亲昵地称呼他“猫耳朵大叔“,他是日本最大的创客制作团队teamLab的发起人,将带领我们领略日本,领略他们对技术、设计和科学的出彩运用。teamLab经常结合这些方法与人体互动元素,创造出创新的数字化的解决方案。
他们通过演示和实验,将3D图形、艺术及更多形式连接起来,正在创造一个娱乐化的、互动装饰性的、增强现实的全新世界。
Mitch Altman 被评为美国创客教父
米奇·奥特曼(Mitch Altman)是旧金山的一名黑客、发明家,他最知名的作品是2004年发明了一键关掉公共场所电视的万能遥控器TV-B-Gone。
奥特曼作为联合创始人创立了硅谷创业公司3ware,是硅谷90年代末成功的创业公司。奥特曼是虚拟现实技术的先驱,1980年就在硅谷虚拟现实界重量级人物杰伦·拉尼尔创办的VPL公司从事相关研究。
奥特曼如今是玉米地电子公司(Cornfield Electronics)CEO兼总裁, 但在中国更广为人知的身份是“创客教父”,因为从2007年在旧金山创建第一个黑客空间Noisebridge开始,米奇一直在全球各地为创客空间的建立和创客精神的传播“布道”,极大的推动了全球创客空间和开源硬件的发展,不管走到哪里,都是黑客们和创客们的导师。
李洪刚 创客大爆炸 联合创始人
《智能硬件创新发展:玩转人工智能,开创你的小众市场》
不是工程师也能开发智能硬件吗?最新的技术我们能说用就用吗?智能硬件只能玩一玩而很难商品化吗?以一己之力能把我做的东东去生产吗?我的社区和用户在哪里?
智能硬件创新的新时代,我们每个人都是亲历者和试验者,如何驾驭新技术,如何产生新创意,如何化创意为产品,如何找到那群愿意买你东西的人,这就是《智能硬件创新发展:玩转人工智能,开创你的小众市场》想要告诉你的。
李洪刚曾负责一系列基于Edison的可穿戴,机器人,物联网等Intel创客项目,领导开发了开源图形化工具Smart Node,以及Intel开源硬件套装。
李洪刚在2007-2015年间服务于Intel,在领导Intel创客运动之前,长期负责无线通信标准的制定,拥有超过50件国际专利。
2015年,和李大维联合创立“创客大爆炸”,推动创客在下一代的物联网平台的创新和创业。
任凯 蓝牙——IOT蓝海来临
蓝牙技术联盟亚太区技术项目经理
他有六年的无线传感器网络设计和开发的经验,尤其是在短距离、低功耗的无线通信技术方面,经验尤盛。
他的工作旨在通过建立蓝牙开发者项目,帮助亚太区的开发者设计基于蓝牙技术的应用与产品,加速他们的开发进度,简化开发流程。
在加入蓝牙技术联盟之前,他供职于霍尼韦尔自动控制集团,并专注于开发和研究无线传感器网络在工业领域中的应用。
他曾经参与开发和设计基于无线通信技术、针对工业领域的安全防护系统。
韩国N15 CEO Jea Huh ——Maker Movement preparing for Industry 4.0
Jea是韩国第一家硬件加速器的首席运营官,在此之前,他拿到了uscpa,曾在韩国普华永道担任顾问,通过接触有各种并购案的创业圈,他专注于韩国中小型企业和大型企业的业务发展和战略联盟。此后,又转战Tide Institute,负责加速器团队的管理,积累了众多加速器项目经验,成为硬件创业生态和趋势发展的专家。

 

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10月16日 14:00-17:30  Hacker Trip to China全球创客秀场

创客全球之旅上海站落户创客嘉年华,看全球创客们如何玩出不一样的音乐、旅行、多媒体、空间等。

Victor Manuel Diaz Barrales

Victor Diaz is a researcher, artist and educator whose focus is on creating new ways of interactions between computers and people. He is interested in developing novel ways of collaborative interactions in public spaces considering key aspects of time and space within a cultural context. He also creates tools that help to increase the usability of creative technologies.

Rebecca Wee

瑞贝卡是一名拥有丰富阅历的语言爱好者,之前曾经在诸多本土化项目中担任执行者,包括非盈利项目The English Center等。

Born and raised in Southeast Asia, and having spent more of her life now in the United States, Rebecca is deeply multicultural and a lover of language and communication with diverse interests and professional background.  She speaks English, Mandarin, and Malay.  Previous and current career highlights include: An experienced localization project manager; Director of Operations at The English Center(a nonprofit intensive English immersion program in the San Francisco bay area); and Talent Recruitment and Development.  Her favorite hobby is designing and building usable space in small dwellings.

Rodrigo “pitanga” Rodrigues da Silva

Rodrigo Silva, aka pitanga, is a programmer, educator, computer engineer and entrepreneur. He is the co-creator of Metamáquina, the first company to manufacture 3D printers in Brazil, and co-founder of Garoa Hacker Clube, the country’s first hackerspace. Rodrigo’s 10-year involvement with the Free Software Movement ranges from organizing with his then undergrad peers into PoliGNU, a student-run free software research group to contributing code and community management efforts to the GNU Project.     His recent work involves bootstrapping innovative projects at tech oriented spaces like Olabi Makerspace, in Rio de Janeiro, and designing workshops on electronics and digital fabrication for all audiences.

Paul Strohmeier

保罗将在演讲中展示当下人机交互研究的几大主题, 探讨可穿戴技术如何帮助我们了解与利用人体。

University of Copenhagen, Denmark

Currently Paul is conducting research on haptic feedback and methods of using the skin as a proxy organ for extra-sensory perception.

Mateusz Zalega

扎莱加先生是一名免费开源软件的开发者,并且长期参与波兰的创客社群。作为技术大咖,此次他将分享的是他在观察当地创客空间多年后的经验总结。

I’m a F/OSS developer, currently working on http://netaidkit.net. I’ve done a couple of professional firmware projects before, and electronics design remained mostly a very interesting hobby to me. I’m a member of Warsaw Hackerspace.

George Gally

From:HackerspaceSG, Singapore Bio:I’m a tinker, coder, designer and dreamer. As a kid I dreamt of being an inventor. I studied politics, worked as a journalist, discovered the internet. Worked at a bunch of agencies, and started my own. And won a bunch of awards. Lived in Japan for 5 years and then Berlin. Did a startup, got funded by Google. And been working in Innovation past 6 years. This year I’ve challenged myself to do a coding project every day, called code365 (see my IG for some output).

Gene Brock

I am a graduate of San Jose State University in Silicon Valley, Computer Engineering.  My hobbies include world travel and languages, but my interests are extremely diverse and really can’t be listed.  I feel I have keen insights due to my extensive travels, love of geography, curiosity, and innate understanding of human psychology.   I can speak a few Asian as well as Latin languages in addition to English.  My tech experience spans from microprocessor design to kernels to (some) web technologies.   I tend to seek broad based knowledge (wide) as well as deep knowledge in areas I am quite familiar.  I am keen to learn as much as I can and I love to engage eager learners.

Cedric Honnet

拥有多年硅谷工程师经验的霍内特先生,去年在全世界进行了创客空间的游历。他创作的开源项目包括音乐控制器、AR自行车、艺术装置与交互式移植物等。

Passionate by music and DJing since his early teenage in the 90s, Cedric started messing around with computers to build his own home studio. He dropped out of school quite early to focus on music and computer tinkering, and after a few years decided to go back to advance his understanding of technology. During his engineering studies, he got to investigate more about physical computing and interactivity by exploring hackerspaces. He worked as firmware engineer and interHacktivist in San Francisco for a couple of years, then co-founded his company, where he got to play as in a hackerspace, all over the world, including 9 months in Asia last year. He developped musical controllers, augmented reality bike systems, art installations, interactive implants, and many other Open Source projects, some of them being shown here: hacks.honnet.eu