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Friday, July 13
 

10:00

Workshop - Design principles for open source futur of food plateform
Limited Capacity seats available

Open-source communities has proven to be a very effective way to innovate and gain adoption in a short time. But building and sustaining open-source communities is not easy. How do we build momentum? Ensure quality? And create ownership for the community to self-sustain?

The Danish Design Center and Growstack.org invite you to take part in developing design principles for open source community-based innovation. At the workshop we invite everyone to share knowledge and best practice when we facilitate a hands-on session, where we co-create a set of principles for community-based innovation by asking how to:
  • Mobilize and lead a community
  • Ensure quality in a community-based project
  • Assign responsibilities and roles in the community
  • Align a disrtributed crowd towards a common mission
  • Ensure the right infrastructure for the community
  • Empower the co-creators to take ownership
The workshop is for everyone working with- or interested in open-source communities, who wants to share and gain knowledge. The outcome should be applicable for communities working across disciplines and industries, paving the way for successful open-source innovation.

Organizers: The Danish Design Center and Growstack.org

Julie Hjort, The Danish Design Center, is a member of The Global Fab City Initiative and Programme Directorat the Danish Design Centre. She works with design strategy inrelation to the democratization of technology, co-creation andopen innovation. With a background in culture and the arts, she is interested in exploring how creative environments, such asthe maker movement, can inspire industry and the public sectorto adopt new ways of working and develop better solutions. Julie is also vice chairman of the board for Maker, a network organisation that aims to support and promote the maker movement in Denmark and Co-founder of the Copenhagen Hardware Alliance.

Frederik Lean Hansen and Tina Ryoon Andersen are with the Growstack community enabling distributed local food prodution, starting with vertical farming. Growstack is making an open technology-stack and the needed knowledge accessible while kickstarting local vertical farms, starting from Copenhagen and Barcelona. Frederik has a background in open-source entrepreneurship, food technology and economics - Tina has a background in community-building, creative industries and the intersection between startups and unions.

Program:
Welcome by DDC and Growstack
Lightning talks by:
  • Frederik Lean Hansen, Head of Growstack
  • Christina Rebel, Wikifactory
  • TBC
Facilitated workshop: Three sessions in groups
Wrap up: Outcome and next step


Speakers
avatar for Rasmus BJERNGAARD

Rasmus BJERNGAARD

Co-founder & CEO / Co-founder, Nextfood / CPH Foodtech Community
Co-founder and CEO of Nextfood and co-founder of CPH Foodtech Community. Background in venture capital, entrepreneurship, science and philanthropy.
avatar for Frederik LEAN HANSEN

Frederik LEAN HANSEN

Co-founder & Project lead, Growstack & CPH Foodtech Community
I want to decentralise food production via open-source innovation and smarter ways of doing local cooperatives. I'm an entrepreneur with experience in tech, open source communities and business development.
avatar for Julie HJORT

Julie HJORT

The Danish Design Center
avatar for Tina RYOON

Tina RYOON

(DK) Growstack
Growstack partner and project developer at The Danish Society of Engineers, IDA. I have a background in media- and cultural studies and is co-instigator of community-based initiatives such as Growstack.org and CPH Tech Book and Film Club. I am interested in the potential of tech... Read More →


14:00

Workshop - Food City
Limited Capacity seats available

Fab City // Food City

In the Fab City / Food City workshop we will work together on a vision
for self-sufficient cities & Food Commons. Can we
produce/transform/distribute/recycle healthy food using the urban and
the peri-urban areas? What building blocks do we have and which ones are
missing to get there? What are the leading examples? The workshop
addresses anyone who is interested in sustainable food systems, urban
agriculture, and food as a Commons.

Speakers
avatar for Peter HANAPPE

Peter HANAPPE

Sony Computer Science Laboratories
Peter Hanappe studied electronic engineering at the University of Ghent, Belgium. He wrote his Ph.D. thesis on real-time music and sound environments at Ircam (Centre George Pompidou, Paris). When a researcher at Sony Computer Science Laboratory in Paris he has worked on new modes of content creation and distribution that involve the participation of (online) communites. He now focuses on projects in the domain of sustainability. He was involved in setting up a collective system for monitoring noise in urban environments... Read More →
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Jonathan MINCHIN

Iaac / Valldaura Self-Sufficiency Lab
Having studied Fine Arts and Design Craftsmanship, Jonathan Minchin attained a masters degree MSC in ‘International Cooperation, Sustainable Emergency Architecture’ in 2010.In this field he has worked on housing and development projects alongside ‘Habitat for Humanity’ in... Read More →


17:00

Workshop - Food design
Limited Capacity seats available

Ever heard of Food Design ?
Curious to realize a collective performance and enjoy a Food design meal ?
Thanks to Food Design, we will explore and learn together about urban farming, zero waste, compost and experience an innovative meal made of healthy and fresh products
 A real food based learning workshop !

Speakers
avatar for Yuan YUAN

Yuan YUAN

yuan yuan design studio
Yuan Yuan is a Chinese designer who lives and works in Paris. In 2005, she graduated with a Master's degree in Environmental Art and Design from Jiangnan University in China. She moved to France in 2006 and successively obtained a DNAP at Beaux-Arts in Marseille in 2008, then a DNSEP... Read More →