Open Source Circular Economy Day

When: Sat, June 13, 10:00am – 4:30pm
Where: Makespace, LG16, Quill City Mall, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
Admission: Free
Info: Event | Venue

Open Source Circular Economy (OSCE) is a system that, through open source collaboration, will bring ecological sustainability to our economy. Workshops, teardowns, co-design and prototyping will take place simultaneously in various cities all over the world. Cities will be connected through various media channels including daily open video conferences and continuous online documentation, contributing to a global conversation and pool of knowledge on the OSCE. Talks:
  • What is Open Source Circular Economy? - Matthieu Mertens, Biji Biji
  • MOOC, flipped classrooms and shared content - Hakim Albasrawy, Makespace
  • Sustainable design is good design, but what does it mean? - Steve McCoy
  • Why should universities and colleges run makerfests - Adrian Lai, Thinkerers
  • Workshop: Internet of (Green) Things - Thinkerers [Register, MYR 30] 
  • Prototyping: Building a 3D printer extruder - Biji Biji
Organized by Biji-Biji in collaboration with Makespace, Thinkerers and Counterpoint. For more information on OSCE Days or for collaboration opportunities, contact Matthieu Mertens: