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2nd MAKE-IT Meeting in Copenhagen

sfs researchers present case study results and discuss “technology radar”


On 8th and 9th June the project consortium of MAKE-IT “Understanding Collective Awareness Platforms with the Maker Movement” met at the Danish Technological Institute’s offices in Copenhagen. Members of the partner organizations from the Netherlands, Denmark, Austria, Germany, Spain, Croatia and Estonia analysed first case study findings and agreed on a “Technology Radar”, mapping maker communities’ tools.


Together with their project partners, Bastian Pelka, Marthe Zirngiebl und Janosch Sbeih presented first results from current field research, added to the MAKE-IT Technology Radar of the maker movement, visited the FabLab of the Danish Technological Institute, identified events and project partners for the dissemination of MAKE-IT results, and participated at the kick-off of the Action Research Phase in which collaborative solutions are developed together with selected case studies.



MAKE-IT has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon2020 research and innovation programme. Involved project partners are TNO (Netherlands Organisation for Applied Scientific Research), DTI (Danish Technological Institute), ZSI (Centre for Social Innovation Vienna), IAAC (FabLab Barcelona, The Institute for Advanced Architecture of Catalonia), FLZ (FabLab Zagreb), HLW (Happylab Gmbh Vienna), AHHAA (Science Centre AHHAA), CIR (Create it Real ApS) and the Social Research Centre of TU Dortmund University.

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