The aim of the workshop is to enable the participants to build their own the Arduino evaluation shield using prearranged parts. This is an entertaining project that involves soldering of some smaller parts, programming the Arduino Nano controller and assembling the board to the final product.
Workshop leaders: Zoran Rončević and Kaća Perendić
DIATOMIC – funding opportunities for microelectronics innovations (14:00 – 14:45 @Amerikana)
DIATOMIC (http://diatomic.eu/): Sparking the atomic fusion of business with technology
A large percentage of the European SMEs and mid-caps from all sectors have limited knowledge of what smart electronics and smart systems can do. The situation is aggravated by the fact that the “Advanced Micro-Electronics (AME) and Smart System Integration (SSI)” have great potential in the health, agrifood and manufacturing sectors – all of which are under-digitized and of prime importance for the European society and the economy.
Starting from 15 March 2018, DIATOMIC, the EU-funded network of digital innovation hubs, will distribute EUR 1.5 M to European SMEs, midcaps and competence centres.
DIATOMIC invites small consortia to design, develop, experiment and market innovative applications, which will facilitate the take-up of electronic components, sensors, smart objects and systems in the health, agrifood and manufacturing sectors. DIATOMIC offers up to €200.000 funding per experiment, including advanced technology testbeds, as well as tailored business support to fast-track design, development and prototyping of market-driven products and services. During the Workshop, eligibility criteria will be presented as well as funding scheme of 1 500 000 EUR per call. In addition to this, attendees will get a chance to explore possibilities offered through DIATOMIC One-stop Shop, where they can showcase competences and partner up with leading SMEs and mid-cap companies and competence centres around Europe.
Moderator: Ivana Horvat, Dissemination manager for DIATOMIC
EKOFUNGI: Waste-to-taste workshop = Do-it-yourself concept in food industry (14:00 – 15:00 @Club DOB)
Smart start to sustainable mushroom farming. Participants will learn how to make the substrates for growing mushrooms using everyday life resourses – such as coffee waste and food residues.
We go through lectures (fungal biology, substrate production, cultivation set-up, spent substrate recycling, organic certification) and hands-on workshop (substrate preparation, innoculation & bagging, mushroom business basics) to together design a blue-print for your own sustainable mushroom farm.
Moderated by: Ivanka Milenković – CEO of EKOFUNGI
ELECTRONICS FOR KIDS workshop – by Gymnasium “Jovan Jovanovic Zmaj” Novi Sad (15:15 – 16:00 @Club DOB)
Use LittleBits components to make your first electronic circuit.
The workshop is intended for children – age 8+.
Max number of participants is 12. Please register early.
Moderator : Zorica Boškov, Professor at Gymnasium Jovan Jovanović Zmaj, Novi Sad
3D Republika & B2N: Review of the advanced 3D printing methods (with Ultimaker Cura) (16:10 – 17:00 @Club DOB)
Fused deposition modeling (FDM) or fused filament fabrication (FFF) is the most widely spread 3D printing technology, covering applications from fashion through engineering to food printing, not only because of the relatively simple mechanics behind it, but also because the possibilities it gives are nearly limitless. Using Ultimaker Cura to ‘slice’ your files is an important step towards getting the strongest, fastest and lightest results possible out of your machine. Join us for this 45min/1h workshop to dive deep into the 240+ options Ultimaker Cura offers and learn how to achieve the best 3D prints in no time.
The secrets are going to be shared with you by official Ultimaker partners Svetozar Kolesar from 3D Republika and Teodora Todorova from B2N.
IRNAS: Bioprinting Corner (16:10 – 17:00 @Amerikana)
The workshop will be aimed at demonstrating the technology and potential applications of 3D bioprinting on the practical example of Vitaprint, where we will take you through the development process of the hardware and fabrication protocols. A CAD model will be sliced and translated into g-code, that is readable by the controlling software and the models will be built using microextrusion. Scaffolds, as well as more complex structures, such as hydrogel based microfluidic devices will be fabricated. In addition, possible implications for further technology development will be discussed with practical examples.
Workshop leaders: Boštjan Vihar, Vojislav Milivojević, Goran Kecman
Fab lab Croatia: How to engage local community (17:10 – 18:00 @Club DOB)
FabLab in Zagreb, Croatia, is first and still the only one FabLab official listed on FabLabs.io. Because of this role, towards promoting new digital fabrication, our activities are education related, local communities engagement oriented aiming to induce entrepreneurial mindset shift. Join us and have open discussion workshop about how to engage local communities.
- Should the educational and entrepreneurial topics be separated from activities focused on local communities?
- What is your opinion and experience?
We will share our experiences from several events, like Design District, Cultural Quart (QuArt), Science Picnic, and other PopUp FabLab events and workshop we perform, but also from Make-IT and DOIT EU funded Horizon2020 projects, and FabLabNet Intereg project.
Workshop leader: Roberto Vdović
Fab lab Budapest: From analog to digital, from digital to analog (17:10 – 18:00 @Club DOB)
FabLab Budapest will provide a presentation and a showcase how the combinative workflow of 3D scanning, reverse engineering and 3D printing with an artistic approach could smash the barrier between the analog and the digital world.
Workshop leader: David Pap
MAKER KIDS workshop – by CTC Novation, Ivanovo, Russia (10:00 – 10:45 @Club DOB)
Myoslalom – controlled mobile robots (mindstorm EV3) are moving along the road, trying not to touch objects located along the way. Participants use only EMG sensors (electromyograms) for control.
Let’s make circuits with Electro Dough! Use homemade conductive and resistant play-dough to build electronic sculptures that light up, move, and make sounds. We will use battery packs, LED lights, hobby motors, and buzzers to explore electricity in a fun, hands-on way.
The workshop is intended for children – age 8+. Max number of participants is 12. Please register early.
Moderated by: Elena Astapenko, Alexey Kiryanov
ETF UB, FTN UNS, MF UB, BIOSENSE: “Fluids on the chip” – Microfluidics workshop (12:00 – 14:00 @Club DOB)
The workshop is dedicated to promoting the multidisciplinary field of microfluidics which deals with the behaviour, control and precise manipulation of fluids flowing through the channels of small dimensions. Different application concepts of microfluidics are becoming increasingly popular in medical diagnostics, molecular biology, biophysics, and chemistry where the use of minute volumes can have a key significance. Thanks to microfluidics you can diagnose a patient’s disease immediately at the point-of- care, quickly analyse DNA, examine the behaviour of a single cell, synthesize nanoparticles, etc., and do all that on a pocket-sized chip.
One of the most important advantages of microfluidics is the affordability of numerous techniques for prototyping microfluidic chips. Join our workshop and:
- learn how to fabricate a functional microfluidic chip using a toy for children and office supplies
- discover how fluids behave at the microscale
Workshop leaders: Željko Janićijević, Milica Janković, Sanja Kojić, Dajana Milićević, Jovana Lazarević, Milan Raković
BIOSENSE: “Printed past” – 3D printing in archaeology workshop (14:00 – 15:00 @Club DOB)
Dedicated to the relationship towards past in contemporary society, this workshop uses techniques of digital record and 3D fabrication applied to targeted issues of protection and promotion of archaeological heritage. Objects discovered by archaeological excavations are frequently unavailable in public domain, for their safety and preservation; however, with limited access to archaeological finds, possibilities to interpret ancient communities that created these objects, diminish. Consequently, archaeological heritage becomes distant to modern day individual – in other words, becomes irrelevant.
Join this workshop and take a dive with us in the world of 3D scanning and printing technologies. Get in touch with the archaeological heritage of Serbia and find out how the new technologies can bridge the gap between ancient times and today.
Workshop leaders: Jugoslav Pendić and Slobodan Birgermajer
MAKER ROBOTICS Running light workshop (16:00 – 17:00 @Club DOB)
MakerRobotics is a non-profit organization that engages in the education of young people in the field of new technologies and through popularization of microcontrollers in Serbia. We started with workshops while still in high school, but we spread our activity very quickly and started to hold workshops at the ICT Hub and the 3D Republic. MakerRobotics mainly consists of elementary, high-school, and university students. In realization of our projects, we enjoy a great support from Mikro Princ, that has been our main sponsor for two years. One of the sponsors is the 3D Republic providing us with space and equipment. At the moment, we hold all workshops, meetups, and events at ICT Hub, within their GARAGE LAB.
We are planning to introduce workshops for adults in the future. That is why we would like to invite everyone who wants to learn and grow to join us. You can see some of our projects on our website: http://www.makerrobotics.org or on our hackster profile https://www.hackster.io/MakerRobotics.
In our FABelgrade2018 workshop, we will show the basic and some more advanced electronics and reading of electrical schemes. During the workshop, participants will make a running light with the NE555 timer and CD4017 integrated circuit.
The workshop is intended for 16+ years of age
Moderator: Danijel Končar
3D REPUBLIKA & BIOSENSE: Advanced photogrammetry (17:10 – 18:00 @Club DOB)
The workshop will first give the overview of the basic photogrammetry – making measurements from photographs. The input to photogrammetry is photographs, and the output is typically a map, a drawing, a measurement, or a 3D model of some real-world object or scene. The workshop will focus on the 3D models and 3-step processing using Agisoft Photoscan: 1) making the photo2) using the software and 3) final 3D model.
Next, the workshop participants will have the opportunity to see advanced photogrammetry in action – how to position the model on the rotating stage in DIY setting, how to perform precision sizing of the model, automatic masking in the software, how to use the chunks and perform imaging of the same model using several cameras.
Workshop leaders: Nevena Knežević i Jugoslav Pendić