Cancelled Except TuinHack Hacakthon
Hackathon Urban Farming: TuinHack
In conjunction with the Eindhoven Mini Maker Faire, Aardwerk hosts an Urban Farming Hackathon. Challenges include: Make, Play, Sense & Quantify and Distribute.
You will participate in multi-diciplinairy teams to bring innovative concepts to a working prototype stage in under 32 hours. You will meet subject experts, creatives, makers and hackers.
(Future Food Hack)
(Hack Food Waste)
(Flora Fauna Hack)
We will dive into real-world challenges in the urban food cycle, from soil to harvest to table to toilet and back to the soil. Challenges are opportunities for innovation and creative solutions. We will explore new applications of existing and appropriate technology, creating local human scale solution in an industrial world.
The aim is to produce a working prototype within the time frame of the Hackathon. The prototype may be serve as a starting point for further development with your team, a challenge owner or sponsor.
All projects will be showcased on the Mindhoven website, where it will get exposure and opportunities may develop to bring your design “to market”.
There will be prizes to win, either in cash or in-kind.
The Urban Farming Hacakthon is of interest to anyone in urban agriculture, design, art, hardware and software technology, business development and marketing.
Especially young professionals and seniors are invited to participate. We aim at a good balance between men and women, between locals/expats from the Eindhoven region and the wider Euro region, including Belgium, Luxemburg and Germany in particular.
- Great opportunity to meet and work with people you wouldn’t normally come across in your own network.
- Be inspired and achieve something practical beyond your familiar comfort zone. The rush of discovery!
- Great food and great company.
- Go home with new friends and new business opportunities.
Leo Bakx – a veteran of many hackathons, e.g. Flora Fauna Hack, Age Hack I & II, Hack Food Waste, permaculture designer and teacher at Aardwerk Academy. Involved in urban farming projects like High Tech Campus and Technical University Community Gardens.
He will be assisted by some surprise guests.
Elin Olga Magndahl is our Swedish Chef serving delicious healthy meals. She is assisted by our volunteers. Elin Olga catered to the needs of Ridgedale Permaculture in Värmland, Sweden last year and is now touring Europa as freelance PDC chef. “This is my passion and my aspiration, to offer a culinary adventure into the world of health and flavour. I wish to grow within the practice as a chef and nurture people all over Europe.“
LOCATION & DATES
Stadslab St. Josef, Bloemfonteinstraat 62, Eindhoven, The Netherlands
29/30 August 2015, 09:00 – late. Closing ceremony 30 August at 16:00h.
COST & REGISTRATION
Ticket price: FREE! including meals.
Register online. REGISTRATION STILL OPEN – till 1 August 2015.