Come join us IRL.

From 2019 to 2022 we will host or support several events about Open Source Hardware all over Europe.


November 2020 to July 2021 Amsterdam, Netherlands

OPEN CALL: Creative makers of circular products

Do you consider yourself a creative maker? An inventor who can turn a big pile of precious materials into new circular products? Who sees value in production waste and seeks for opportunities to rethink the way we produce?

Do you have a hands-on approach and do you learn by experimenting? And while you do that, do you like to share the knowledge and innovations for the bigger picture?

Do you feel like a kid in a ­candy store when you are in a workshop filled with machines and tools? Swipe to the right, my creative ally, we have work to do!​

Registration fees: Free

30 November 2020

Call for papers:
Open Design and Open Source Hardware Product Development

The thematic collection ‘Call for papers’ aims at stimulating research in the domain and creating a forum for debating on this emerging and very vibrant phenomenon. High quality scientific contributions are required to set up the knowledge baseline of open source hardware design an contribute to its development and democratization.

Please note that the call for papers is a continuous call that will be ongoing beyond the deadline.

Earlier events

5-6 March 2020, Grenoble, France

First international workshop on OSH

After the tremendous success of open source software, today, open source hardware is becoming an important topic both for industry and academia. However, OSH is still understudied.

This workshop will gather stakeholders that are making research, or practitioners that are looking for some understanding of what’s happening in OSH to join and share the piece of knowledge they have.

3-5 February 2020, Bath, England

Open Source Hardware from Academia

Open access publishing, open data, and open source software are becoming the norm in academia. Is open hardware next?

The workshop will gather academics of different stages together idea-exchanging and exploring the challenges that can be faced when making open hardware.

Come learn how to identify barriers while making university-designed hardware open source and how to make steps towards forming collaborations to address issues.