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

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On Thu, May 17, 2018 at 11:13 AM, Rafael Pezzi <rafael.pezzi em ufrgs.br>

> Pessoal, inscrições para o GOSH deste ano estão abertas. Restam apenas
> três dias. Vide abaixo.
> Abraço,
> Rafael
> -------- Mensagem encaminhada --------
> 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> <jenny.molloy em okfn.org>
> Para: mozillascience <mozillascience em mozilla.org>
> <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
> days 10-13 October 2018 in Shenzhen, China.
> See more information below! Travel support is available.
> Jenny
> On Tue, May 1, 2018 at 9:23 AM, Jenny Molloy <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
>> days 10-13 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
>> <http://openhardware.science/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/
>> <http://openhardware.science/> or apply directly here
>> <https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSetOXUiwNcPfnm0GnYvLtAXdClWMnIhigUvrqmLEQZUOD9R1A/viewform>.
>> Applicants from China can fill out the application via a MikeCRM form
>> <http://cn.mikecrm.com/HPUli8D> if preferred. The deadline for applications
>> is 20 May 2018 and 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 an optional 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.scienc <organizers em openhardware.scienc>e with any
>> questions. In the meantime, you can connect with the community via our
>> Forum <https://forum.openhardware.science/>
>> (https://forum.openhardware.science/ <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.*
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