Bali Fab Fest

community creativity social impact green transition cultural heritage innovation learning regenerative economy future cities

Oct 12-22

Bali, Indonesia

Join experts and enthusiasts at Jimbaran Hub for 10 days of inspiring activities and new connections at the premier conference for people-centred digital transformation.
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Design and Making for

Regeneration

Bali Fab Fest brings global networks of digital fabrication, green technologies, and digital innovation together with Bali’s local innovation ecosystem under the theme ‘Designing Emergent Realities’. Together we will explore meaningful applications of local and global knowledge to address some of the island’s biggest challenges.

Creative Connection

A unique opportunity for in-person, meaningful connection with other local and global changemakers. Dive into workshops, open forums, maker spaces, and themed events designed to enable mutual learning through problem solving.

Balance Complexity

Immerse yourself in a new learning context, infused with global and local complexities. Balance creative tension between global and local perspectives, advanced technologies and crafts, cultural diversity and multidisciplinary

Regenerative Futures

Design sustainable solutions that foster the regeneration of natural systems and social structures in a meaningful way. Explore local responses to regenerative island living and support the digital transformation of a post-tourism economy in Bali.

Advance Technology

Learn about what’s on the horizon from leading experts in the fields of engineering, urban design, circular economy, and digital innovation. Explore and experiment with the latest emerging technologies to enable green digital transition, sustainable tourism and smart cities
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Designing Emergent Realities

Bali Fab Fest is the world’s biggest digital fabrication event for local and global innovators to to Accelerate Bali’s transition towards a regenerative economy. It is a unique event in which the 17th Fab Lab Conference and the 7th Fab City Summit will converge. 


The thematic focus in Bali is “Designing Emergent Realities”, aiming to boost the transformation of the island’s economy through the harnessing of local and global knowledge. Our efforts will be orchestrated using the Fab City Full Stack, a multiscalar framework for developing new strategies for distributed production in cities and regions.

Oct 12

Bali, Indonesia

Join experts and enthusiasts at Jimbaran Hub for 10 days of inspiring activities and new connections at the premier conference for people-centred digital transformation.

Schedule

Oct 12 - 22

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  • Religious blessing ceremony. It is recommended to cover shoulders.
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Over 2 days, participants will travel to meet the local initiatives across Uluwatu, Ubud and Seminyak.
    Challenge

  • Through hands-on exchange, local and global teams will collaborate, iterate and learn from each other.
    Challenge

  • Teams will start developing their interventions
    Challenge

    • 🔶 Neil Gershenfeld (Moderator)
      🔶 Rahul S Rajan
      🔶 Daniele Ingrassia
      🔶 Sonam Paldon
      🔶 Zina Yonten
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 Maakbib: where booklovers connect to digital making by Lennard Ameys
      🔶 Makara Jet Inovasi by Agung Motocycle Team
      🔶 TinyML for the Wild Nature Conservation by Hendra Kusumah
      🔶 From komboocha to functional scovi, making paper out of whey waste by Aristarco Cortés.
      🔶 Engaging more GirlsinSTEM by Lennard Ameys.
      🔶 Recovering the lost ecosystems of Bali and beyond by Mauricio Camacho
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 Maakbib: where booklovers connect to digital making by Lennard Ameys
      🔶 Recycling, Repair and Reuse of Electronics in Bangalore (A South Indian Perspective) by Kavita Arora and Adithyaa Raghavan
      🔶 Making a map of all the world's machines! by Barbara Schack
      🔶 Fab-Project Implementation Water Treatment Plant 4.0 by Gading Reno
      🔶 TinyML for the Wild Nature Conservation by Hendra Kusumah
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Žan Kobal, Tamara Lašič Jurković, Barbara Predan
    The workshop will be focused on identifying, sourcing, sorting, and showcasing local sustainable and regenerative materials. The goal is to establish a library of locally available and environmentally friendly materials suitable to be used by makers. Next to natural, locally grown materials, we will look into materials such as festival waste, invasive species, used materials, new materials made at other workshops, leftover materials, etc. The library will be open-source, made in a way that will invite everyone to add new materials to the collection later on. The library will thus grow over time and serve as a convenient tool, inspiring local and foreign makers to develop their projects in a more sustainable manner.
    Workshop
    Where
    Colabo Cafe CL3

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    This dynamic as it develops in four parts: • Participants start with a ritual that consists of a dynamic of the threads that is very funny • Introduces the knowledge of the loom, for this purpose they are taught to assemble and disassemble the loo• Once the threads are installed on the loom, the weaving techniques are taught.m. • Then the threads are installed on the loom to proceed with weaving;
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Hendra Kusumah
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 5

    • 🔶 by Henk Buursen
    At the workshop we will produce, solder and program the D11C-Based SWD Programmer + D11C-serial (was ftdi-programmer) and the serial UPDI-3 pin board . http://pub.fabcloud.io/programmers/
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 7

    • 🔶 by Josefina Nano
    The creation of a Distributed Learning Catalogue.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL4

    • 🔶 by Eduardo Chamorro & Santi Fuentemilla
    Paste 3D printing with biomaterials.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL3

    • 🔶 by Jon Merino
    Make your own instrument, compose a song and be part of an amazing band playing it. https://fabmusicmakers.weebly.com/
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 6

    • 🔶 By Walter Gonzales and Delia Barriga
      Fab Craft, is a community created within the Latin American Network of Fab Labs (Fab LaT) with the aim of being able to integrate ancestral knowledge in the development of crafts and digital manufacturing.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Enrico Bassi
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Adriana Cabrera
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Adriana Cabrera
      The goal of shemakes.eu is to empower future female innovators of the sustainable fashion industry through inspiration, skills and networks. Empowering future female innovators of the sustainable fashion industry through inspiration, skills and networks. by Adriana Cabrera, Shannon Sykes and Adrian Torres
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Sudebi Thakurata
      It is a provocation with examples on the art, design and practice of collaborations in creative processes by exploring how collaboration is an integral part of design and how creatively, responsibly, ethically and fairly it can be done.
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 Fab Academy 2023
      During this session, Fab Academy Faculty, Instructors, Staff and Coordinator will discuss a summary of the past 2022 cycle and plan next steps for the following course.
      🔶 Academany - Programs updates & planning
      The Academany is a global educational structure offering high level education all over the globe, at connected sites offering the same infrastructure to all students.
      During this session we will present updates on current projects and programs based in a distributed educational model:
      🔶 Bio Academy
      🔶 Agri Academy
      🔶 Fab Academy*
      🔶 Fab All-in
      🔶 MDDI
    We aim to discuss topics of common interest like: best practices, common infrastructure, local vs central services...
    Working Group
    Where
    WG1.

    • 🔶 By Adam Burns
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Raphael Haus and Wolf Kühr
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Žan Kobal, Tamara Lašič Jurković, Barbara Predan
    The workshop will be focused on identifying, sourcing, sorting, and showcasing local sustainable and regenerative materials. The goal is to establish a library of locally available and environmentally friendly materials suitable to be used by makers. Next to natural, locally grown materials, we will look into materials such as festival waste, invasive species, used materials, new materials made at other workshops, leftover materials, etc. The library will be open-source, made in a way that will invite everyone to add new materials to the collection later on. The library will thus grow over time and serve as a convenient tool, inspiring local and foreign makers to develop their projects in a more sustainable manner.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab City Hub CL4

    • 🔶 by Hendra Kusumah
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 5

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Henk Buursen and others
    Continuation of a discussion we had on mattermost lately. Some question to figure out: - What is the difference between "100% completed" for the Local Evaluator vs "100% completed" for the Global Evaluator? - how do you local and global evaluate? What is the difference? - things you thought you would never share about your &#%!@?!" student(s)
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 7

    • 🔶 by Sudebi Thakurata and Probal Banerjee
    This immersive and conversational workshop is an interactive teaser of the ongoing project ‘Dignity Compass’ which aims to use art and design-led processes for sense-making of the concept of ‘dignity’, the core of SDG’s transformative agenda. It seeks to create a humanistic framework to explore ‘dignity’ in diverse ways, from multiple experiential perspectives and lived narratives in complex contexts: like dignity in living, dying, how one is seen, heard, represented, understood, considered, remembered, treated, included, collaborated with or informed.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 6

    • 🔶 by Haru (Hideo Oguri)
    To learn how clothes are made, to connect traditional tool and digital fabrication, make your own portable spinning wheel, and learn how to spin cotton thread!
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 2

    • 🔶 by Yuichi TAMIYA
    The easy first step for SAMD11 development.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 4

    • 🔶 by Nicole Bakker
    Analyze the sustainable impact of your product and learn how to (re)design it to perform better using circular design principles.
    Workshop
    Where
    Wantilan 1

    • 🔶 by Gerald Jan Demecillo
    Anatomical Model Development for FAB LABs and Makerspaces Add to his session description: Since the workshop that I will be conducting requires different software applications, may I request the organizing committee to inform the participants ahead regarding the installation of the following software tools to avoid delay. It would also be much more convenient if there are already PCs displayed in the area and have these pre-installed. Please refer to the links below. Install and download: 3D Slicer https://download.slicer.org/ Meshmixer: https://www.meshmixer.com/download.html Ultimaker Cura: https://ultimaker.com/software/ultimaker-cura DICOM files: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1cQbOozCY_RkfKqd85Hg7X-qijIEwQV1a?usp=sharing
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL1-FL

    • 🔶 by Eduardo Chamorro & Santi Fuentemilla
    Paste 3D printing with biomaterials.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL3

    • 🔶 by Lucas Lemos
    Refunding the Fab City Collective
    Working Group
    Where
    P1

    • 🔶 By Marcos Gogolin
      I want to talk about fab.city opportunities with BIM, VR/AR technologies. We, who follow the Fab movements, try to better understand the pains exacerbated by globalisation, i.e.trade wars, COVID, tax evasion, environmental abuse, unfair trade & unfair labour… to say a few. Some of the trickle down effect from globalisation is very evident in a remote and vulnerable place like Tasmania! In the last 3-4 decades we have lost many industries to globalisation and the few recent Tasmanian industrial success stories are often related to advanced technologies -- what validates and reinforces the fab.city ethos and framework. On a positive note, whilst Tasmania lost much of its industries -- Tasmania has become a ‘go to place’ for environmental and COVID refugees. I have been following fab.city more closely since 2018 and more recently have been volunteering to help the Hobart City Council finding ways to implement fab.city sustainability framework -- whilst avoiding additional implementation cost. For that we are trying to map the fab.city vision; kow-how and advanced capabilities opportunities with the local policies underway in the Sustainable Hobart Action Plan. One particular policy that is part of the State directive as
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Jan Dvoracek
      Have you ever considered pitching for FABx Event organization? But where to start and what is needed? The Czech Republic pitched successfully in 2020. Find out where we found our motivation, the right approach, support and what to prepare.
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Nurulia Hidayah
    Bringing Local Culture (traditional textile and design) to Enhance Global Wisdom
    Workshop
    Where
    CL3

    • 🔶 by Saad Chinoy
    Workshop
    Where
    BN2

    • 🔶 by Alessandra Schmidt
    Join the Distributed Design Impact Charter Workshop and contribute to fairer and more sustainable environments in which creative talents can work.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 7

    • 🔶 by Andreas Kopp
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 5

    • 🔶 by Delia Barriga / Vaneza Caycho / Angela Barbour
    Workshop
    Where
    CL4

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    This dynamic as it develops in four parts: • Participants start with a ritual that consists of a dynamic of the threads that is very funny • Introduces the knowledge of the loom, for this purpose they are taught to assemble and disassemble the loo• Once the threads are installed on the loom, the weaving techniques are taught.m. • Then the threads are installed on the loom to proceed with weaving;
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Aziz Wadi
    A technique for prioritising what to make and mend to maximise impact
    Workshop
    Where
    Wantilan 1

    • 🔶 by Daniele Ingrassia and Liane Honda
    Enhance the learning of laser cutting and machine building by making a laser cutter yourself. With the help of experienced people and an easy-to-follow documentation, you will assemble a small open source laser cutter (Fabulaser Mini) in a group and learn how it works from the inside-out. The machine is part of the Fab Lab inventory and Fab City Hamburg initiative.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 4

    • 🔶 By Mohamed Rashad
      In this talk, we discuss the recent advancements in AI and deep learning, and especially generative models, that are now able to generate original art based on the training datasets, we discuss models like GPT-3 and Dall-e-2 , then discuss the impact of this technology on creating music, paintings, stories, novels and more, and then how can modern artists incorporate deep learning inside thier work to create a new class of art, we also discuss the future of originality and the efforts artists put to produce new art.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Frank Landon Bentum
      Open Science/Open Source Hardware is still a developing concept/practice to most African innovators, makers, makerspaces, scientists, etc. What AfricaOSH seeks to do is promote the practice of open science open source hardware.
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Regina Sipos
      Critical Making: A participatory approach to show the potentials of the maker movement for critical, socially responsible making, and how it offers new opportunities for young makers of all genders to contribute to an open society via open innovation.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Jens De Wulf
      “DIALECTIC WORLDS” is a practice based research, to build futures we want to be part of. The research uses the medium of Live Action Role Playing (LARP).
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

  • - Latex. (16:30 - 18:30) - Donny Farerro (18:30 - 20:00) - Jungle Kitchen (20:00 - 21:00) - Deecoy (21:00 - 23:00)
    Where
    Locca Beach Club

    • 🔶 By Aziz Wadi
      The results are in... repairing and making medical devices in Syria is significantly cheaper, faster and also better, as shown by an independent evaluation of Field Ready's humanitarian making work in Syria.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Andrew Lamb
      The state of the art of Humanitarian Making around the world, its implications for local resilience and tools for its future
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Masato Takemura
    Working Group
    Where
    CL3

    • 🔶 By Kavita Arora and Adithyaa Raghavan
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 Welcoming Guests
      🔶 Opening performence (Balinese welcome performence)
      🔶 Opening talk
      🔶 Welcoming speech by Committee
      🔶 Bali Governor intervention on Bali plans for Fab Island
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Fab City Pledge: Bali
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Fab City Pledge Indonesia: Sumedan, Bangka Tengah (TBC), Tubaba (TBC), and other Indonesian cities/regions
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Fab City Pledge World: Guanajuato, Ljubljana, Südburgenland, Malaga -- TBC: Leon, Lima, Suddan
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • State of the Network: Think Global, Fabricate Local discussion by Neil and Ilham
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

    • 🔶 (Hanoi Rethink) Winning Projects by Mai Nguyen, Mitalee Parikh and Tomas Diez.
      🔶 openBIM VR/AR - alternatives for fab.city implementation by Marcos Gogolin.
      🔶 The Fab City Operating System by Raphael Haus and Wolf Kühr.
    Challenge
    Community
    Education
    Networks
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Andrew Lamb - Sayed Mahmud, Pradita Pradhan, Anamul Arefin, Charles Barrete
    Workshop
    Where
    BN6

  • Chief Medical Maker - Dr. Julielynn Wong Co-founders of FabCare: Adriana Cabrera/ Enrico Bassi
    Workshop
    Where
    BN5

    • 🔶 by Angela Barbour, Andrea Barbour
    Workshop
    Where
    BN2

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    This dynamic as it develops in four parts: • Participants start with a ritual that consists of a dynamic of the threads that is very funny • Introduces the knowledge of the loom, for this purpose they are taught to assemble and disassemble the loo• Once the threads are installed on the loom, the weaving techniques are taught.m. • Then the threads are installed on the loom to proceed with weaving;
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 Moderator: Alessandra Schmidt (Fab Lab Barcelona, IAAC)
      Speakers:
      🔶 Tomas Diez (Fab City Foundation)
      🔶 Vasilis Niaros (Fab City Foundation)
      🔶 Carolina Ferro (Fab City Foundation)
      🔶 Thais Costa (Waag / Centrinno project)
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Huber Giron
    Development of an internet of things device for water monitoring. In the workshop we will see the value chain of the devices from the design of the hardware, selection of sensors, batteries and communication device, sending data to the cloud, storage, analysis and data visualization.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL1-FL

    • 🔶 by Yuichi TAMIYA
    The easy first step for SAMD11 development.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL2-FL

    • 🔶 by Daniele Ingrassia and Liane Honda
    Enhance the learning of laser cutting and machine building by making a laser cutter yourself. With the help of experienced people and an easy-to-follow documentation, you will assemble a small open source laser cutter (Fabulaser Mini) in a group and learn how it works from the inside-out. The machine is part of the Fab Lab inventory and Fab City Hamburg initiative.
    Workshop
    Where
    BN4

    • 🔶 by Raphael Haus
    What are the strategies to scale up a global federated digital infrastructure for Fab Cities in the next 2 years?
    Workshop
    Where
    BN2

    • 🔶 by Sudebi Thakurata and Probal Banerjee
    This immersive and conversational workshop is an interactive teaser of the ongoing project ‘Dignity Compass’ which aims to use art and design-led processes for sense-making of the concept of ‘dignity’, the core of SDG’s transformative agenda. It seeks to create a humanistic framework to explore ‘dignity’ in diverse ways, from multiple experiential perspectives and lived narratives in complex contexts: like dignity in living, dying, how one is seen, heard, represented, understood, considered, remembered, treated, included, collaborated with or informed.
    Workshop
    Where
    BN6

    • 🔶 by Sedat Yalçın
    On the first day, we'll explain our aim and show the final products that the attendees will make. We'll also introduce Raspberry Pi zero. Then we'll start by explaining how to assemble the Lime, the first stage of the Lemon kit. After that, we'll show how to install the hardware and code the robot. We'll allow the attendees to play and experiment with it for the remaining time. On the second day, we'll continue with Satsuma which is the robot turtle, and finally Lemon, the advanced robot dog, and continue with the same steps. We also want to race the quadruped robots in the end.
    Workshop
    Where
    BN3

    • 🔶 by Pieter van der Hijden with team
    A 4 hour crash course to future-proof your fablab with the SDGs
    Workshop
    Where
    BN7

    • 🔶 Policy design experiences: design process, challenges and positive impacts for the Fab City agenda (30min)
      Moderator: Fab City Foundation (Tomas Diez, Executive Director)
      🔶 Frank Bentum (mAkE representative, Executive Manager for Africa Open Science Hardware (AfricaOSH), Alessandra Maria Albuquerque Reis (Fab City Curitiba; Smart Cities Coordinator, Agência Curitiba de Desenvolvimento e Inovação S/A, Brazil), Shiva Susarla (Fab City Singapore, Founder Circular Cities Asia)
      🔶 Fab City’s strategic policy areas (30min + 10min discussion)
      Moderator: Fab City Foundation (Tomas Diez, Executive Director)
      🔶 Gerry Wantiknas (Executive Director at ICT Council, WANTIKNAS), Hiroya Tanaka (Project leader of Japan-government- national-funding project called "Creative Circular Asian Fab City”), Sherry Lassiter (Fab Foundation CEO; Education), Saad Chinoy (Chief Geek at Spudnik Lab; Open Innovation), UNIDO and/or UN representative(s) as response
      🔶 Policy options and recommendations (30min)
      Moderator: Fab City Foundation (Kate, Carolina and Ida)
      🔶 Gerry Wantiknas (Executive Director at ICT Council, WANTIKNAS), Hiroya Tanaka (Project leader of Japan-government- national-funding project called "Creative Circular Asian Fab City”), Sherry Lassiter (Fab Foundation CEO; Education), Saad Chinoy (Chief Geek at Spudnik Lab; Open Innovation), UNIDO and/or UN representative(s) as response
    Policy
    Workshop
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Tomas Vivanco and Josefina Nano
    Education
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Agela Barbour
    Working Group
    Where
    Wantilan P1

    • 🔶Session 1: All-In
    Welcome from Around the World: Sherry Lassiter, Beno Juarez, Pradnya P Shindekar, Rico Kanthatham, Nuria Robles
      🔶Tech/Learning Bias + Solution Making Through Inclusion: Megan Smith, shift7, United States
      🔶Fab Cities: Tomas Diez, Barcelona, Spain
      🔶Fab Academany Overview: Neil Gershenfeld, United States
        Project Guidance: Observe patterns of interaction in a fab lab; Select an achievable change objective; Identify relevant indicators (Joel Cutcher-Gershenfeld and Beno Juarez)
    Education
    Where
    P1

    • 🔶 Fashion Forward: Diversifying Inroads to the Fab Ecosystem by Janet Hollingsworth
      🔶 FabLab University – educational platform for students and teachers by Soňa Baranová
      🔶 FoodSHIFT 2030 by Alessandra Schmidt
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Lucas Lemos
    Refunding the Fab City Collective
    Working Group
    Where
    Wantilan P1

    • 🔶 Announcements
      🔶 FABERCISE
      🔶 Introducing mAkE - a project for the African & European makerspace ecosystem by Andrew Lamb
      🔶 Making a map of all the world's machines! by Andrew Lamb
      🔶 Fab-Project Implementation Water Treatment Plant 4.0 by Gading Reno
      🔶 The Puebla's lighted weave by Aristarco Cortés
      🔶 From FabZero to FabHero: Maker Education Building Community from Home by Lennard Ameys
      🔶 Plastic recycling for shelter in South Asia by Pradita Pradhan
    Community
    Education
    Networks
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Programs to enable new forms of learning to shape a new planet
      🔶 Sherry Lassiter (Moderator)
      🔶 Rita Veronica
      🔶 Sudebi Thakurata
      🔶 Made Artana
      🔶 Joh Hee
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Ande Gregson
    The workshop will demonstrate how to design and build an ecological toilet that uses human urine as a source of bio-stimulant as a nutrient for growing leafy green and fruiting crops. Using low cost materials the workshop will introduce concepts such as hydroponics, basic electronics, plumbing, plant germination and the importance of water conservation. The workshop aims to create synergy between the innovations developed by Green Lab using urine digestate and the need for farmers to adopt and develop new ways of growing crops using naturally occurring minerals and new innovative ways of recovering and developing fertilisers.
    Workshop
    Where
    BN7

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Sachin Farfad Patil
    Complete Course The course content will be shared with you on a daily basis. During the event. Submit Assignment The course includes an assignment. You need to successfully complete the coursework to complete the course and earn your certificate. Earn a Certificate Upon successful completion of all the daily courses and submitting the assignment, you will earn a certificate which you can share on LinkedIn and prospective employers Business guidance [Value Add] The top 10 % business ideas will be provided mentorship, guidance and networking opportunities by Vruksh Ecosystem Foundation for 3 months. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sachinfarfadpatil/
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 6

    • 🔶 by Daniele Ingrassia and Liane Honda
    Enhance the learning of laser cutting and machine building by making a laser cutter yourself. With the help of experienced people and an easy-to-follow documentation, you will assemble a small open source laser cutter (Fabulaser Mini) in a group and learn how it works from the inside-out. The machine is part of the Fab Lab inventory and Fab City Hamburg initiative.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 4

    • 🔶 by Sedat Yalçın
    On the first day, we'll explain our aim and show the final products that the attendees will make. We'll also introduce Raspberry Pi zero. Then we'll start by explaining how to assemble the Lime, the first stage of the Lemon kit. After that, we'll show how to install the hardware and code the robot. We'll allow the attendees to play and experiment with it for the remaining time. On the second day, we'll continue with Satsuma which is the robot turtle, and finally Lemon, the advanced robot dog, and continue with the same steps. We also want to race the quadruped robots in the end.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 3

    • 🔶 by Fab Foundation
    Workshop
    Where
    Wantilan 1

    • 🔶 by Benito Juarez Velez and Josefina Nano
    A hands-on workshop to experience a distributed learning journey by connecting the participants to a specific bioregional community and interact amongst local innovators.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL1-FL

    • 🔶 by Lucas Lemos
    Fab City Collective Roadmap
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab City Hub CL4

    • 🔶 by Yuichi TAMIYA
    The easy first step for SAMD11 development.
    Workshop
    Where
    CL2-FL

    • 🔶 by Rico Kanthatham
    The workshop will be a hands-on session where participants will learn a bit about 'Frugal Science' and then build and use the 'Foldscope'...invented by Manu Prakash and his team at the Prakash Lab at Stanford University...to explore the microscopic world.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 5

    • 🔶 by Mohan Kumar Verma
    Hands on magic
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 2

    • 🔶 By Jenny Lent
      Intermediate Unit 1 Campus Schools, which serve students with significant special education needs, have implemented a Simulated Workplace that incorporates the Fab Lab in an effort to prepare the future workforce.
    Education
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Emilio Velis
      The Global Surgical Training Challenge developed low-cost physical simulators and skill training materials for surgeons. This talk will discuss possible next steps alongside the maker community for medical applications using open documentation.
    Education
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Jennifer Romer
      This session will highlight the growth of Alaska’s most prominent educational Fab Lab, its expansion into rural Alaska communities, and the future of Alaska’s first Super Fab Lab, where indigenous culture meets todays cutting edge technology. This session will address the unique ways that CITC is expanding Fab Lab services to additional Alaska Native Youth, indigenous entrepreneurs and community members, and challenges and successes met along the way. Shared testimonials and success stories will be sure to capture the exciting and important work happening to assist our people in reaching their often un-tapped potential, including best practices and lessons learned.
    Education
    Where
    Rice Field

  • - Sattle (17:00 - 18:30) - RD (18:30 - 19:30) - The mars Attack (19:30 - 20:30) - Crunch (20:30 - 22:30)
    Where
    Jimbaran Hub

    • 🔶 by Adriana Cabrera and Erico Bassi
    FabCare is a global network of labs that want to make health and care more inclusive and innovative by co-designing and developing solutions that improve people's lives with all the users involved, to be produced locally and shared globally to be easily replicated. In the previous year, we have been collecting experiences on how to accompany co-creation processes in the health sector together in a collaborative process.
    Working Group
    Where
    Colabo Cafe CL3

    • 🔶 by Jean-michel Molenaar
    Several organizations are working on using Fab Labs and similar technologies in the context of development work and humanitarian aid. Join us to learn about ongoing efforts and discuss next steps!
    Working Group
    Where
    Wantilan P1

    • 🔶 By Kirstin Wiedow and Kate Armstrong
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 SmartOpenLab: history of a community obtaining resources by Antonio Gordillo Guerrero
      🔶 Fabrication Laboratory for Industry 4.0 Development at industrial area by Myta Noviani
      🔶 Green Lab Granja short story: How we turned 1 hectare of rural Spanish dry land into a Green Lab by Ande Gregsoni
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 Announcements
      🔶 FABERCISE
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Rico Kanthatham(Moderator)
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Mohan Kumar Verma
    Hands on magic
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 2

    • 🔶 by Huber Giron
    Development of an internet of things device for water monitoring. In the workshop we will see the value chain of the devices from the design of the hardware, selection of sensors, batteries and communication device, sending data to the cloud, storage, analysis and data visualization.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL1-FL

    • 🔶 by Alberto Blanco
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 3

    • 🔶 by Dr. Peng Choo, Dr. Miroslav Kostecki, Eng. Tasneem Hussain
    Workshop
    Where
    WG2

    • 🔶 by Vasilis Niaro
    Details
    Community
    Working Group
    Where
    Colabo Cafe CL3

    • 🔶 by Kurumi Shiowaki
    Workshop
    Where
    WG1

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Adriana Cabrera and Leen Nijim
    In this workshop, each group of participants will (1) make a flexible, digitally embroidered, wireless pressure sensing fabric pad, (2) design and program a mobile phone interface app, and (3) connect the pressure sensor matrix via Bluetooth to the app.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL2-FL

    • 🔶 by Michel Langhammer, Mohammed Omar
    In this Workshop we want to replicate a so call Solarbox consisting of Open Source Hardware power electronic components mainly a solarcharger. The participants will learn what the basic functionality of a solarbox is and how the needed components are connected together and work together. Beside the electrical wiring, there will be also a part of software configuration.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 4

    • 🔶 by Sachin Farfad Patil
    Complete Course The course content will be shared with you on a daily basis. During the event. Submit Assignment The course includes an assignment. You need to successfully complete the coursework to complete the course and earn your certificate. Earn a Certificate Upon successful completion of all the daily courses and submitting the assignment, you will earn a certificate which you can share on LinkedIn and prospective employers Business guidance [Value Add] The top 10 % business ideas will be provided mentorship, guidance and networking opportunities by Vruksh Ecosystem Foundation for 3 months. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sachinfarfadpatil/
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 6

    • 🔶 by Benito Juarez Velez and Josefina Nano
    A hands-on workshop to experience a distributed learning journey by connecting the participants to a specific bioregional community and interact amongst local innovators.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab City Hub CL1

    • 🔶 by Lucas Lemos
    Fab City Collective Roadmap
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab City Hub CL4

    • 🔶 by Francisco Flores
    Tool-kit to understand what regenerative economies are, by playing and creating stories!
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 5

    • 🔶 By Jinger Zeng
      Sharing our journey and experience how Hackster built the world’s largest developer community for learning, programming, and building hardware..
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Cristian Cabrera van Cauwlaert
      This panel is an occasion to present the above-mentioned book which explores the relationship between crafts, digital fabrication and intellectual property in the Latin American context.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Victoria Wenzelmann
      Toloka is a traditional form of solidarity support in Ukraine, and with that in mind, the Tolocar project uses mobile makerspaces equipped with tools, consumables, and makers to support humanitarian activities in Ukraine.
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 By Sangay Penjor
      The talk will be based on the fab network in Bhutan and its influence on the education system and cultural diversification. This will serve as an introduction to the upcoming fab18 event in Bhutan in 2023.
    Community
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Jean-Luc Pierite
    This working group reflects on insights shared through the Resilient Maker Stories series. We invite others to share their experiences as resilient makers through the custom Atlas of Weak Signals developed for the Reservist project.
    Community
    Working Group
    Where
    Colabo Cafe CL3

  • - Tretiak (18:00 - 19:00) - Walter (19:00 - 20:00) - Kir (20:00 - 21:00)
    Where
    Jimbaran Hub

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    This article presents strategic and disruptive initiatives in the development of patents at the National Engineering University (UNI).
    Working Group
    Where
    Wantilan 2

    • 🔶 by Aristarco Cortés
    Use of digital fabrication to develop different methods to produce ceramics. We are looking to work with labs to experiment in depth and create content and courses to improve ceramic creation and fabrication methods as well as open source machines
    Working Group
    Where
    Wantilan

  • Hybrid Session. Directed by Peter Troxler and Vassilis Niaros
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Ida Jusic
    Workshop
    Where
    P1

  • Speakers: Puja Pramudya, Kadek Suardika, Esa Savitaresta Arnaya, Shana
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speaker: Anna Cammaro
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speakers. Agung Prianta, Tomas Diez, Ilham Akbar Habibie, Neil Himam
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

    • 🔶 by Ida Jusic and Carolina Ferro
    Workshop
    Where
    P1

    • 🔶 by Walter Gonzales Arnao
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 1

    • 🔶 by Arbaz Reza
    Building open source hardware for monitoring changes in the ocean water and finding sources of water pollution and reporting real time through a backend system. Also making the sensor data available for research lateron
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 3

    • 🔶 by Sachin Farfad Patil
    Complete Course The course content will be shared with you on a daily basis. During the event. Submit Assignment The course includes an assignment. You need to successfully complete the coursework to complete the course and earn your certificate. Earn a Certificate Upon successful completion of all the daily courses and submitting the assignment, you will earn a certificate which you can share on LinkedIn and prospective employers Business guidance [Value Add] The top 10 % business ideas will be provided mentorship, guidance and networking opportunities by Vruksh Ecosystem Foundation for 3 months. https://www.linkedin.com/in/sachinfarfadpatil/
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 6

    • 🔶 by Ahmed Abdellatif
    Ideation workshop that brings cross-discipline competencies together to create new areas of collaboration.
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 7

    • 🔶 by Henk Buursen
    Workshop were we discuss how we can use more reusable materials in fab academy: - molding/casting how to reuse wax, waxblock making - bio based reusable silicon. generator
    Workshop
    Where
    CL3

    • 🔶 by Huber Giron
    Development of an internet of things device for water monitoring. In the workshop we will see the value chain of the devices from the design of the hardware, selection of sensors, batteries and communication device, sending data to the cloud, storage, analysis and data visualization.
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL2-FL

    • 🔶 by Rico Kanthatham
    Generative Art with P5js
    Workshop
    Where
    Fab Lab CL1-FL

    • 🔶 by Kamal Kumar Chapagai
    Introductory session to Arts and Crafts of Bhutan
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 2

    • 🔶 by Nisha Elsa Johnson and Muhammed Athif K
    Workshop
    Where
    Bedawang Nala 4

  • Speakers: Made Artana, Cokorda Rai Adi Pramartha Ph.D, Faye Wongso, Irene Ira Agrivina, Salman Subakat
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speakers: Irene Ira Agrivina, Ni Made Dwidiani, Djoko
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speakers: Mortier, Bell Society
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speakers: Puri and Antonius
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • Speakers: Aldo Ikhwanul
    Open Day
    Where
    Rice Field

  • - San Gondez (17:00 - 19:00) - Discokid 909 (19:00 - 20:00) - Firzi O (20:00 - 21:00)
    Where
    Jimbaran Hub

  • Primy(Moderator)
    Where
    Rice Field

    • Welcome and Opening remarks, Ilham Habibie, The Habibie Center
      Message from Luhut Binsar Panjaitan, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment
      Sandiaga Uno, Minister of Tourism and Creative Economy
      Introduction to the Symposium structure, the Fab City Full Stack. By Tomas Diez, Fab City Foundation
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • How science and technology will reshape reality? -Hybrid Session Moderated by Neil Gershenfeld
      Nicole Bakker MIT & Jan-Georg Rosenboom (Online) on Bioplastics for a Circular Economy
      Fiorenzo Omenetto, on Threads to save our planet
      Manu Prakash, Prakash Lab, Stanford, on Open and Distributed Science for a 17.000 island Archipelago
      Crystal Owens, Luc Boussemaere, Richard Bowman, Edwin En-Te Hwu (0nline)
      Eric Pan, Seeed Studio, on IoT to the Wild
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Are we learning the right skills to change everything? -Moderated by Sherry Lassiter
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • How communities are shaping action in territories? -Moderator Kate Armstrong
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • How can systemic change be scaled regionally and globally? - Moderator Tomas Diez
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Symposium Closing Remarks. Sherry Lassiter, The Fab Foundation and Tomas Diez, Fab City Foundation
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • Live Electronic Music
    Where
    Bedawang Nala

  • - Tomten (17:00 - 18:00) - Masayu (18:00 - 20:30) - Pablo Sanchez (20:30 - 22:00) - Annelle (22:00 - 23:30) - Linda (23:30 - 01:30)
    Where
    Malini Agropark


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The event will be hosted at Jimbaran Hub – an innovative community cultural space in Southern Bali. The program will include an open and distributed campus of demonstrations and hands-on activities, pop-up labs and the first pop-up Fab City Hub. We’ll make new connections by night at Locca Sea House with a full social program of themed events and meet-ups.

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Rp 6,500k

  • Akses ke semua panel dan hari simposium
  • Akses ke semua lokakarya tatap muka
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  • Buka kopi dan makan siang setiap hari selama 5 hari
  • Makan malam, resepsi, dan pesta tercantum dalam jadwal utama
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International

$USD 500

  • Access to all panels and symposium day
  • Access to all in- person workshops
  • Workshop materials
  • Open coffee and lunch daily for 5 days
  • Dinners, receptions and parties listed in the main schedule
  • Full Social Events Program
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Symposium day

Rp 1,500k

  • 1-day pass for access to the symposium day 21 October all day and final closing event including food and beverage.
  • Tiket masuk 1 hari penuh untuk akses ke hari simposium pada tanggal 21 Oktober dan acara penutupan, sudah termasuk makanan dan minuman.
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Workshop Access Pass

Rp 750k

  • 1-day pass for access to workshops and talks 15, 16, 18, 19 October. Workshop materials included, no meals.
  • Tiket masuk 1 hari untuk akses ke workshop dan seminar pada tanggal 15, 16, 18, 19 Oktober. Termasuk materi workshop, tidak termasuk makanan.
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