[ciência aberta]Inscrições para o Gathering for Open Science Hardware in Shenzhen, 10-13 Oct 2018

Rafael Pezzi rafael.pezzi em ufrgs.br
Quinta Maio 17 09:13:10 UTC 2018

Pessoal, inscrições para o GOSH deste ano estão abertas. Restam apenas 
três dias. Vide abaixo.


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Assunto: 	Four days left to apply for Gathering for Open Science 
Hardware in Shenzhen, 10-13 Oct 2018
Data: 	Wed, 16 May 2018 22:17:01 +0100
De: 	Jenny Molloy <jenny.molloy em okfn.org>
Para: 	mozillascience <mozillascience em mozilla.org>

Dear All

If you're interested in open research tools and specifically hardware, 
there are just a few days remaining to apply for the

Gathering for Open Science Hardware taking place over four consecutive 
days10-13 October 2018 in Shenzhen, China.

See more information below! Travel support is available.


On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 9:23 AM, Jenny Molloy <jcmcoppice12 em gmail.com 
<mailto:jcmcoppice12 em gmail.com>> wrote:

    Dear All

    I'm contacting you on behalf of the organizing committee for GOSH
    2018, the Gathering for Open Science Hardware taking place over four
    consecutive days10-13 October 2018 in Shenzhen, China. We would like
    to invite you to apply to join another 100 active users, developers
    and thinkers in open hardware for science to benefit research,
    education, and science engagement.

    GOSH is an ongoing meeting series designed to support a stronger and
    more collaborative community in open hardware for science. In 2016,
    we convened for the first time at CERN in Geneva, Switzerland and
    then in Santiago, Chile for GOSH 2017. These meetings have led to
    the creation of the GOSH Manifesto
    <http://openhardware.science/gosh-manifesto/>and the Global Open
    Science Hardware Roadmap
    a burgeoning community, and ongoing individual and organizational
    collaborations. In 2018, we will continue to explore the diversity
    of existing projects, share best practices, and identify needs with
    those engaged in making and using open hardware within research
    institutions and beyond. We’ll listen to user stories and developer
    journeys, host a series of workshops on topics such as sharing and
    licensing, design for manufacture and scaling.

    For more information and to apply using our lightweight form please
    see http://openhardware.science/or apply directly here
    Applicants from China can fill out the application via a MikeCRM
    form <http://cn.mikecrm.com/HPUli8D>if preferred. The deadline for
    applications is20 May 2018and invitations will be sent out by
    mid-June 2018. We have limited space and will aim to ensure
    representation from different sectors, disciplines and regions as
    noted in the application form. There will be an opportunity to
    participate in some sessions remotely for those who are unable to
    join us in China.

    There is anoptional registration cost of $250 USD for those who can
    either afford to personally or through their organization pay it.
    This money will support travel for those who could not otherwise
    attend GOSH. Additional donations are very welcome. There currently
    is limited travel funding available and we will be able to assist on
    an as needed basis if this would otherwise be a barrier to your
    participation. Let us know on the form if funding assistance would
    be useful to you. If you know of an organization which might be
    willing to sponsor GOSH, please let us know.

    Please send this invitation to appropriate lists and individuals.
    You can contact us at organizers em openhardware.science with any

    In the meantime, you can connect with the community via our Forum
    <https://forum.openhardware.science/>) and @GOSHCommunity
    <https://twitter.com/goshcommunity>on Twitter.

    Best wishes

    The GOSH 2018 organizing committee:


        Jenny Molloy, University of Cambridge


        Shannon Dosemagen, Public Lab


        Ji Li, Open FIESTA, Tsinghua University


        David Li, Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab


        Vicky Xie, Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab


        Francois Grey, University of Geneva and CERN


        Fernán Federici, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile


        Greg Austic, Our Sci


        Marc Dusseiller, Hackteria

    About GOSH

    The Gathering for Open Science Hardware (GOSH) is a diverse, global
    community working to enhance the sharing of open, scientific
    technologies. Apply to join us for our third annual meeting in
    Shenzhen, China, 10-13 October 2018!

    Hardware forms a vital part of the scientific experimental process
    but unfortunately the current supply chain limits access and impedes
    creativity and customization through high mark-ups and proprietary
    designs. Open source hardware addresses part of this problem through
    sharing open designs for everything from microscopes and
    biomaterials to spectrometers and sensors.

    GOSH 2018 in Shenzhen is our third annual meeting, convening a
    growing number of people around the world who are developing and
    using open hardware in the context of the wider movement for Open
    Science. We are bringing together up to 100 of the most active
    global thought leaders, developers, researchers, community convenors
    and other actors who can expand the reach of Open Science Hardware
    within academic research, citizen science and education.

    Participants will join together as a community for four days to
    explore our 2018 theme ‘scaling hardware, growing community’. We
    will conduct a series of themed discussion groups, practical
    workshops and trips to local Shenzhen businesses that can offer
    lessons and support for scaling Open Science Hardware. GOSH has
    potential to broaden who can do science and for what purposes in
    addition to improving quality and reproducibility of experimental
    observations. We invite you to be a part of the Gathering and the
    GOSH Community.




    GOSH 的一员。


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