Proceedings from the Fab 14 Research Stream (2018)
For the 7th time the Fab Lab Research Papers Stream takes place at Fab14 in Toulouse, France.
As the central theme of Fab14 is "Fabricating Resilience", the Fab 14 research papers stream brings together original academic writing from researchers studying the Fab Lab movement, its ambitions and its impact from a wide range of disciplines, including computer science, engineering, science and technology studies, business and management, education, urban studies, media and design, and many more.
The four sessions of the Fab Lab Research Papers Stream will be held on Tue, July 17, and Wed, July 18, from 14:40-16:30 and 17:00-19:00 at room Guillaume 2 at the Pierre Baudis Conference Centre.
Session 1 – July 17, 14:30-16:30
Introduction: Fab Lab Research Papers – From Experiment to Expression
Paloma Gonzalez Rojas
EEI: Atacama Extreme Environments Inhabitation Workshop: Native Materials
Karsten Nebe, Daniele Ingrassia, Esin Ayse Durmaz
Eco-Design-Sprint for Makers: How to make makers think about the sustainability of their products.
Oliver Stickel, Anke Brocker, Melanie Stilz, Antje Möbus, Iris Bockermann, Jan Borchers and Volkmar Pipek
FabLab Education in German Academia
Andrea L. Medina
California State University, Bakersfield Fab Lab: “Making” A Difference in Middle School Students’ STEM Attitudes
Session 2 – July 17, 17:00-19:00
Pablo C. Herrera, Vanessa Montezuma and Benito Juarez
Crafts in Latin America: The contribution of the Fab Labs in the promotion of resilient communities
Karim Salazar-Salinas, Luis E. Flores-Olazo, Angélica M. Echevarria-Palomino
Design of a Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) program based on digital fabrication and Do-It-Yourself (DIY) philosophy focusing on health and humanitarian response in low income schools in Perú
Jeremy Brun, Eva Cheng and Monica Alcudia
The challenges of managing a Fablab in a developing country: the Philippines
Looking for City 4.0. Two work in progress experiences in Zaragoza.
Lucia Corsini and James Moultrie
The role of Makerspaces for crisis-affected communities: opportunities and challenges
Session 3 – July 18, 14:30-16:30
What is the effect of an open-access makerspace on the development of its community?
Objects that Create Community: Effects of 3D Printing and Distributed Manufacturing beyond Circular Economy
Adriana Cabrera, Karsten Nebe, William M. Megill
Memet Ünsal and Zeynep Aykul
InnoCampus: Mobile Entrepreneurship and Fab Lab Program for Locals and Refugees
Re-evaluating the role of Makerspaces as a form of Incubation: Implications for Policy and Practice
Session 4 – July 18, 17:00-19:00
Joan E Campaña
Biosensitive tattoos for monitoring hormones concentration levels on real time
Jari Pakarinen, Jani Ylioja, Georgi Georgiev and Ivan Sanchez Milara
Automation of old mechanic machines using Fab Lab developed modular analog to digital control system
Danny Leen and Marc Lambaerts
Unitless: Modeling and fabricating objects without measuring tools