This is an event that brings together designers, developers, and anyone with interest and ideas in the same physical space for a brief but intense period of collaboration, hacking, and building. Often these will be centered on a theme, such as a programming language or an application, and can include a hardware component.
What is Science Hack Day?
It is a 48 hour hackathon (yes, we know it is longer than a day) where the focus of the event is science, with all of its facets. The first Science Hack Day was organized in San Francisco in 2010 by Ariel Waldman, and has since been held over 30 cities around the world.
Who is organizing Science Hack Day Berlin?
The SHD Berlin organizing team consists wholly of volunteers from the world’s of science, design, IT, communication, and the intersections between. If you'd like to get involved in organisation, please get in touch!
How do I join?
Sign up at this Eventbrite website while spaces are available! Due to space limitations registration is limited.
Where is the Science Hack Day Berlin being held?
Betahaus, home to a lively and interactive co-working community, is our generous host and co-organizer of the event. We will also have full access to the Betahaus Open Design City hackerspace.
How many people do we expect?
The space we will occupy will comfortably fit 120 people, and we plan to fill Open Design City with 120 enthusiastic and open-minded creators.