In addition to our Maker entries, this National Maker Faire features some incredible presentations! See the schedule below.

Looking for information on public transportation, parking information, and biking to the Faire? Visit our Getting to Maker Faire page to get all of the details.

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Saturday

11:30 AM — 11:55 AM

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Nick Cannon Supporting the Maker Movement

Nick Cannon

Join Nick Cannon as he discusses the power of making, how it helped shape his career path and as RadioShack’s Chief Creative Officer, how he’s continuing to empower and foster creativity in others.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 12:25 PM

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Helping Makers Change the World

Jeff Hoffman

A look at the global maker movement, what inspires it, how to motivate and educate the next generation of makers, and what makers need to succeed. A success maker and entrepreneur will share the best practices we can all adapt to inspire more makers and equip them to create amazing things.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 12:55 PM

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Seeing & Supporting Makers @ MIT: The View from Admissions

Chris Peterson

What happens when makers apply to college? How do they appear in the college admissions process, and how can they make their technical creativity more legible? Chris Peterson, Assistant Director at MIT Admissions, will talk about strategies & processes for understanding makers in college admissions.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:25 PM

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Growing Green and Pop Up Farms in the South Bronx - From a Box to a Farm in 15 Minutes!

Stephen Ritz

Stephen Ritz / Green Bronx Machine will highlight the potential of pop-up indoor, year-round agriculture using 90% less water and 90% less space aligned to education, health, wellness and workforce / community development issues.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:45 PM

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Making Engineers

Micah Lande

Making is a via pathway to STEM majors and careers. College programs that encourage hands-on Making are growing in popularity. Micah Lande will share learnings from project-based engineering programs that emphasize Making and tinkering at Arizona State University.

Saturday

1:45 PM — 2:10 PM

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Making Makers

AnnMarie Thomas

How can we encourage today's children to be the makers of today and tomorrow? Author AnnMarie Thomas discusses common attributes of makers, drawn from interviewing does of makers about their childhoods.

Saturday

2:15 PM — 2:40 PM

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Making the Space Station

Benjamin Alvin Drew

NASA astronaut Alvin Drew will talk about his experiences over two space shuttle missions constructing the International Space Station -- using both a 50 foot robotic arm as well as by hand on two space walks.

Saturday

2:45 PM — 3:10 PM

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The Fascinating World of Ibn Al-Haytham: A Maker from the Past Inspiring a Better Future

Hanan Dowidar

The presentation includes screening of the short film “1001 Inventions and the World of Ibn Al-Haytham” that follows a fascinating journey of creativity and making during the 11th Century. Also a talk reflecting on the inspirational “Maker” from 1000 years ago and his relevance to our world today.

Saturday

3:15 PM — 3:40 PM

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From Citizen Maker to Infinite Citizen

Mickey McManus

What does it mean to be a citizen? In the US we are a country of makers and hackers. We have been since our inception. We were founded by a group of hackers and experimenters. It wasn't perfect, but we learned from our mistakes and continue to strive to make a more perfect union.

Saturday

3:45 PM — 4:10 PM

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Bootstrapping Sustainable Makerspaces Across America (or helping those who do)

Justin Leto

Justin Leto is a founder of NOVA Labs, a makerspace in Northern Virginia. As the first CFO, Justin helped grow the organization from a 1,600 sq. ft. facility with no capital to a 10,000 sq. ft. facility in 2 years. Justin will share insights on how to replicate this success across America.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:25 PM

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The Past and Future of DIY Health Technology

Jose Gomez-Marquez

What happens when our doctor visits end with a prescription for a prototype? It’s already happening thanks to nation of medical makers, hospital makerspaces, courageous patients, and a group researchers around the world that have embraced democratizing experimentation.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 12:55 PM

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HowU Innovate: Making and the HBCU Campus

Grant M. Warner, Nicolas Hunter, Victor Foreman

Learn how making is being leveraged on Howard University’s campus to enhance outreach, recruiting, curricular, and co-curricular activities. Enjoy an overview of HowU's making activities and students discussing projects they have worked on as part of the HowU Innovate initiative.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:25 PM

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Smithsonian | 3D scanning the Apollo 11 Command Module

Vincent Rossi, Megan Dattoria

Learn how the Smithsonian team partnered with Autodesk to 3D scan the Apollo 11 Command Module. Thanks to this activity you'll soon be able to view, interact and download this iconic object!

Sunday

1:30 PM — 1:55 PM

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#Getting2Yes: Making Makers in Albemarle Schools

Pam Moran

#Getting2yes is key! In Albemarle County Public Schools, we've created a variety of maker spaces in which young people and teachers pursue interests, passions, and curricular connections to making. Across 26 schools, our growing culture of makers and making defines a path to life learning for all.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:45 PM

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Dads & Daughters Building Together

Dale Dougherty, Marc deVinck, Matt & Leah Blum

Join us on Father's Day for this panel discussion hosted by Dale on the important role that Dads can play by engaging their daughters as makers and helping them develop new creative and technical skills. We will have some Dads talk about their own experiences working with their own daughters and find out from some of the daughters what worked best for them.

Sunday

2:45 PM — 3:10 PM

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Making Solutions to Developing Country Challenges

Robert Ryan-Silva

Learn how the DAI Maker Lab is applying maker tools and approaches to improving flood response in Honduras, enhancing economic competitiveness in Jordan, supporting civil society in Cambodia, and tackling other developing country challenges.

Sunday

3:15 PM — 3:40 PM

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Making and Engineering Education

Nathan Kahl

The American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE) has released a report titled "Envisioning the Future of the Maker Movement." The report provides insight into the role of the maker movement in the future of engineering education and what stakeholders think is needed.

Saturday

12:00 PM — 1:00 PM

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Making It Better: Artists Advancing Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in their Communities

Jax Deluca, Amy Homma, Luke Stewart, Desirée Venn Frederic

The arts are about making--at the intersections of creativity , collaboration, and new approaches to complex issues. In this panel moderated by the National Endowment for the Arts, hear from artists tackling inequities in their communities and the role of the arts in turning ideas to solutions.

Saturday

1:15 PM — 1:45 PM

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Brady Forrest Thoughts on the Maker Movement

Brady Forrest

Brady Forrest will join us as a special guest to talk about his perspectives of the Maker Movement and where its heading.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 3:00 PM

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White House's Champions of Change Winners

Stephanie Santoso, Lisa Marie Wiley, Umberto Crenca, Dara Dotz, Renee Fredericks, Limor Fried, Sonya Pryor-Jones

This year's Champions of Change winners are people who are working to make advances in technology, platforms, educational opportunities, or spaces that empower even more Americans to become tinkerers, inventors, and entrepreneurs. Join us to celebrate these Makers who are exemplifying and fostering the "maker mindset" of curiosity, collaborative problem-solving, and creative confidence which are vital to the modern innovation economy.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:45 PM

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Robots in Politics: An Introduction and Open Forum

Daniel Lofaro

An introduction to robotics in politics including the "why" behind the DARPA Robotics Challenge, Autonomous Vehicle laws, and more. The presentation will be followed by an open/public forum where you can share your ideas, concerns, and hopes for a future with robots.

Saturday

3:45 PM — 4:30 PM

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Maker Faire Change Agents: Case Studies from Baton Rouge, Little Rock, Kingsport, Milwaukee

Sabrina Merlo, Andrew Tadman, Pete Prodoehl, Lucy Fleming, Joel Gordon

Hear case studies from Maker Faire organizers from across the diverse US, making makers, maker culture, makerspaces and other good things in their cities: Baton Rouge (library), Little Rock (makerspace), Milwaukee (museum), Kingsport (Chamber of Commerce).

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:45 PM

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Maker Cities Playbook

Dale Dougherty, Peter Hirshberg

For a Maker culture to thrive it needs a healthy habitat: affordable workspaces, tools and supplies, job training and entrepreneurship services, art, and celebrations. How do we enable people to reach their full potential and do work that is additive to our society? Join Peter Hirshberg to discuss state of the art initiatives, policies, and recipes towards better a Maker habitat.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:45 PM

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Maker Pro: Models, Strategies, and Stories from the Frontlines of Commercial Making

Justin Leto, Callye Keen, Bo Pollett Wernick, Kelli Kedis Ogborn, Mike Hoyer, Michael Hogarty

A panel of professional makers will discuss the business model and strategies for launching successful maker-related businesses as well as personal stories of challenges and triumphs they experienced starting their own.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:45 PM

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Maker's Enabling the World

Eric Joseph Bubar, Nagasai Sreyash Sola, Gyorgy (George) Levay

Join us to learn from a panel of makers how the Maker Movement is helping blind to navigate surroundings safely, creating alternative control systems for applications might otherwise require dexterous hand and finger movements and people who are using 3D printers to create free 3D printed hands and arms for those in need.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:25 PM

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Drones: From Toys to Tools to Robotic Companions

Christopher Vo

This presentation is about drones. We'll discuss what factors have made drones so accessible to us, what design and engineering considerations are needed to make drones safer and more intelligent, and cutting edge ideas for integrating them into our lives and use them in socially beneficial ways.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 12:55 PM

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More Than What's Made: Makerspaces and Youth Empowerment

Steve Davee

Join Maker Ed for examples and ways maximizing makerspaces of all kinds for youth and educator empowerment. We'll draw from Maker Ed's Youth Makerspace Playbook and share inspiring stories of making spaces more child and youth-centered in libraries, schools, museums, and community organizations.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:25 PM

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Making Inspiration From Nature

Randall Anway

Biomimicry, bio-inspiration, and biophilia are cool ways of learning to innovate. Nature is amazing, but there’s a learning curve! We’ll cover tools and resources for bringing nature’s inspiration into the maker-space - and spend some time playing and talking about why and how.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:55 PM

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Coding 4 All - 10 Big Ideas for the New Liberal Art

Gary Stager

President Obama recently proclaimed a goal of computer science education for every student. Maker educators should lead such a movement. This session will explore the mutually supportive nature of making and computer science education, while cutting through the confusion associated with the hype.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:25 PM

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Making and Learning in Museums and Libraries: A New Framework

Tim Carrigan

This session will introduce an emerging framework for intentional planning and development of makerspaces in museum and library settings to help organizations make informed investments that support community making.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 2:55 PM

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Raspberry Pi: From Zero to Orbit

Matt Richardson

Raspberry Pi Product Evangelist Matt Richardson shares Raspberry Pi's progress to get digital making into the hands of people all over the world. He'll explain the basics of Raspberry Pi for newbies and share the latest hardware, software, and educational programming updates.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:25 PM

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Creating Bluetooth Low Energy peripherals with Arduino

Don Coleman

Most Bluetooth Low Energy boards available to makers right now pretend to look like serial devices for simplicity’s sake and present a UART service to the user. We'll look at how to create custom Bluetooth services using Arduino libraries.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 3:45 PM

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Building Minecraft Beyond the Screen

Mark Pavlyukovskyy

At PlayPiper.com our mission is to create inventors. Our first product is a DIY computer kit which lets kids build and program electronics and gadgets using Minecraft. The kit leverages the sharing features of Minecraft to allow young makers channel their creative energies beyond the screen.

Saturday

3:45 PM — 4:00 PM

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Beyond Illumination

Jeff Patton

Lighting is a ubiquitous technology that has enabled dramatic improvements in quality of life and productivity. As we advance, the shift to LED technology has opened new possibilities. Listen to where lighting is going, and how GE is moving beyond the bulb to deliver even greater human experiences.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:25 PM

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Making a Space Where Anything Goes

Erminio Pinque, Umberto Crenca

In its 31 years, the internationally-known arts space AS220 has grown from a single rented room to three buildings totaling 95,000 square feet with more to come. AS220 board member Brian Jepson interviews founder Bert Crenca to learn how anyone can create a space where nearly anything can happen.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 4:55 PM

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Makers API

Rob Baker

Makers API is an API for Makerspaces, hackerspaces, Innovation Labs, and related DIY communities around the world. Built on maker.json, a schema for collecting standardized information about these spaces, we also have a searchable map of these spaces to promote communication and collaboration.

Sunday

12:00 PM — 12:25 PM

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I Don't Show Samples At Workshops

Tenaya Hurst

Tenaya Hurst of Rogue Making and Arduino has plenty of maker-teacher experience. She has her own style of presenting her curriculum that gives the young makers some healthy struggle. If you like wearable tech, paper engineering, soldering, and Arduino, Tenaya wants to see you there, go Rogue!

Sunday

12:30 PM — 12:55 PM

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Why Can’t School Be More Like Maker Faire?

Sylvia Martinez, Gary Stager

Why is school boring? There's no reason for this - learning is fun! Just look at Maker Faire. We are on a mission to make schools places full of the joyful, vibrant learning seen at Maker Faire. It can be done, it must happen - so let's get going!

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:25 PM

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Make - Don't Take - Examinations: Evaluating Students on Knowledge They Construct

Emily Silverman

These assessments will be about how individuals connect to material, what matters to them, and what will continue to resonate. We'll discuss and frame meaningful, open-source, hands-on, uncheatable guidelines to inspire your students and you.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 1:55 PM

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The Science of TV's the Big Bang Theory: Explanations Even Penny Would Understand

Dave Zobel

You love the Big Bang Theory, but what the heck are Sheldon and the gang talking about? Join author Dave Zobel for a fun and explanatory conversation about the science behind the hit television show. Is the science real? Who decides on the topics? And why does Sheldon think 73 is the best number?

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:25 PM

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Make it Here: Quick Guide to Finding the Place, Getting the Funds and Launching your Makerspace

Cheryl Edison

"Make it Here: Quick Guide to Finding the Place, Getting the Funds and Launching your Makerspace" is offered by Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur, Cheryl Edison of TheGate510.com. Make your space succeed with15 minutes of essential how-to’s & 10 minutes of real time answers to your questions.

Sunday

2:30 PM — 2:45 PM

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3D Printing in the Classroom

Josh Ajima

Jam packed tour of 3D printing projects and models being used in the classroom. From science and math to art and history, students are learning significant content and competencies through the design, 3D printing and sharing of solutions to real world problems.

Sunday

2:45 PM — 3:00 PM

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Making and STEM Identity

Jennifer Wyld

This presentation will share research findings from a study on how an after school Making activity impacted STEM identity in early adolescents.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:25 PM

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Crafting Our City

Nicole Heckman

We believe a vibrant and inclusive maker community leads to a more diverse and resilient local economy. The Made By project is a first of its kind initiative to understand the needs of makers, artisans, & micro-manufacturers in Memphis, TN and to co-create a plan for growing this vital sector.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 3:55 PM

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Make Your Own Production Studio: Stitch Together Digital and Analog Media

Jared Nielsen

Learn how to make your own production studio using everyday tools and free software. We’ll show you how we stitch together analog and digital media to create videos and animations using our Maker skills: electronics & Arduino, stop motion, 2D & 3D graphics, 3D scanning, sewing, papercraft, and more! Make Your Own Production Studio: Stitch Together Digital and Analog Media

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:25 PM

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"In their words”: K-12 Teacher’s Perspectives on Integrating Maker Education into the Classroom

Jessica Parker

Join Maker Ed as we share the stories, quotes, and experiences of K-12 teachers who are working to integrate maker education into their classroom. Learn about their favorite aspects of the making process, the tools and materials they find most useful.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 1:15 PM

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Maker Workshop - DIY Mechanical Claw ($10)

Georgia Guthrie

Learn about simple machines like levers and pulleys by building your own mechanical claw. Use it to extend your reach, impress your friends, or torture siblings. Good for all ages, makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash or credit card accepted.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 3:15 PM

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DIY Mini Camera Obscura ($15)

Georgia Guthrie

Learn about how light and lenses work first hand by building your own mini camera obscura. This activity requires patience and the ability to follow along with a guide. Makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash and credit cards accepted.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 5:15 PM

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Light-Up Musical Marble Drop ($20)

Georgia Guthrie

Have fun using drills and hammers to turn nails and screws into a fun musical instrument. Learn how to add a sensor and LED that lights up with each drop. Good for all ages, though makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash or credit card accepted.

Sunday

11:30 AM — 1:15 PM

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Maker Workshop - DIY Mechanical Claw ($10)

Georgia Guthrie

Learn about simple machines like levers and pulleys by building your own mechanical claw. Use it to extend your reach, impress your friends, or torture siblings. Good for all ages, makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash or credit card accepted.

Sunday

1:30 PM — 3:15 PM

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DIY Mini Camera Obscura ($15)

Georgia Guthrie

Learn about how light and lenses work first hand by building your own mini camera obscura. This activity requires patience and the ability to follow along with a guide. Makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash and credit cards accepted.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 5:15 PM

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Light-Up Musical Marble Drop ($20)

Georgia Guthrie

Have fun using drills and hammers to turn nails and screws into a fun musical instrument. Learn how to add a sensor and LED that lights up with each drop. Good for all ages, though makers 12 and under should be accompanied by a grown up. Presented by The Hacktory. Cash or credit card accepted.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 1:15 PM

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Cardboard Challenge

Michael Franchino

Looking for low cost “Hands-on” activity to spend with your ids? Want to foster creativity, teamwork, and innovation?Come to our session and build your own creation with cardboard and tape.

Saturday

2:00 PM — 2:45 PM

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Dollar Store Stem Projects

Meredith Martin

Come join us for some fun quick projects that you can put together very quickly and also very inexpensively. We will be creating some neat maker projects with just household items. Cost is $2 per participant. Projects may include: catapult, Kazoo, Cup Challenge, and Marshmallow Engineering.

Sunday

12:30 PM — 1:15 PM

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Cardboard Challenge

Michael Franchino

Looking for low cost “Hands-on” activity to spend with your ids? Want to foster creativity, teamwork, and innovation?Come to our session and build your own creation with cardboard and tape.

Sunday

2:00 PM — 2:45 PM

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Dollar Store Stem Projects

Meredith Martin

Come join us for some fun quick projects that you can put together very quickly and also very inexpensively. We will be creating some neat maker projects with just household items. Cost is $2 per participant. Projects may include: catapult, Kazoo, Cup Challenge, and Marshmallow Engineering.

Saturday

1:00 PM — 1:45 PM

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Tour the state-of-the-art UDC Center for Biomechanical & Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory

Lara Thompson

The UDC Biomedical Engineering Laboratory contains the Center for Biomechanical and Rehabilitation Engineering, CBRE, directed by Dr. Lara Thompson. The UDC CBRE Lab is focused on balance an mobility of impaired (e.g., fall-prone elderly) and un-impaired (e.g., athlete and non-athlete) groups.

Sunday

1:00 PM — 1:45 PM

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Tour the state-of-the-art UDC Center for Biomechanical & Rehabilitation Engineering Laboratory

Lara Thompson

The UDC Biomedical Engineering Laboratory contains the Center for Biomechanical and Rehabilitation Engineering, CBRE, directed by Dr. Lara Thompson. The UDC CBRE Lab is focused on balance an mobility of impaired (e.g., fall-prone elderly) and un-impaired (e.g., athlete and non-athlete) groups.

Saturday

11:30 AM — 11:55 AM

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Nanomakers: Using nanotechnology for making super-human!

Pawan Tyagi

Do you want to know how to make a superman? Prof. Pawan Tyagi will show how nanotechnology can be used for making human compatible biomedical devices and computers. Come and join us for an interactive presentation and tour of UDC Nanotechnology Laboratory.

Saturday

12:30 PM — 12:55 PM

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Nanomakers: Using nanotechnology for making super-human!

Pawan Tyagi

Do you want to know how to make a superman? Prof. Pawan Tyagi will show how nanotechnology can be used for making human compatible biomedical devices and computers. Come and join us for an interactive presentation and tour of UDC Nanotechnology Laboratory.

Saturday

1:30 PM — 1:55 PM

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Nanomakers: Using nanotechnology for making super-human!

Pawan Tyagi

Do you want to know how to make a superman? Prof. Pawan Tyagi will show how nanotechnology can be used for making human compatible biomedical devices and computers. Come and join us for an interactive presentation and tour of UDC Nanotechnology Laboratory.

Saturday

2:30 PM — 2:55 PM

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Nanomakers: Using nanotechnology for making super-human!

Pawan Tyagi

Do you want to know how to make a superman? Prof. Pawan Tyagi will show how nanotechnology can be used for making human compatible biomedical devices and computers. Come and join us for an interactive presentation and tour of UDC Nanotechnology Laboratory.

Saturday

3:00 PM — 3:25 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Saturday

3:30 PM — 3:55 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Saturday

4:00 PM — 4:25 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Saturday

4:30 PM — 4:55 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Sunday

3:00 PM — 3:25 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Sunday

3:30 PM — 3:55 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Sunday

4:00 PM — 4:25 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.

Sunday

4:30 PM — 4:55 PM

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Renewable Energy Power Systems

Esther Ososanya

This project demonstrates the use of a 2.74KW hybrid solar/wind system which powers a Zero Energy Home Visitor Center, and the design of a two-axis solar tracking PV system which powers a 900W (30-300 VDC or AC) submersible pump.