Biggest free tech conference in Portugal
SINFO is a college student and non-profitable organization responsible for the planning of one of the biggest Tech events in Portugal. It’s an annual conference that takes place at the Alameda Campus of Técnico Lisboa, in the capital city of Portugal, Lisbon.
embedded world Exhibition&Conference
Extreme miniaturization coupled with increasingly higher computer performance, efficient communication of networked, often also mobile systems – the developers of embedded systems have to meet enormous requirements. The reliability of electronic systems, distributed intelligence, the internet of things and solutions for future themes such as e-mobility and energy efficiency are the main topics right at the top of the agenda for the embedded sector and industry.
Each year the embedded world Exhibition&Conference in Nuremberg offers the embedded community the opportunity to obtain information about new products and innovations, enter into an exchange and to maintain and develop valuable contacts. Around 1.000 exhibitors are presenting state-of-the-art technology in all facets of embedded technologies, from construction elements, modules and complete systems through to operating systems and software, hard and software tools right up to services covering all aspects of embedded systems.
“Joining Forces to Fight Censorship and Surveillance … The Global Unconference of the Internet Freedom Communities”
Glocal Camp is a physical event that promotes the collective and mutual empowerment of territories. Driven by the international network CivicWise, it lasts approximately one week, where collective work is carried out on ongoing projects through the network on a global scale while promoting and strengthening local projects and initiatives, thus creating exchanges of “glocal” (global + local) knowledge and experiences.
Glocal Camp offers a space for people capable of strengthening the CivicWise network communities while focus their energy, experience and knowledge in specific issues and projects of the territory in which it meets, strengthening the local learning and innovation communities for create or accelerate the development of strategies and projects with specific formats and methodologies of global and local application.
x All-day action-packed event / 10AM – 02AM
x At Dom omladine Beograda (Pogon/Sala Amerikana + Workshop space)
x Talks + Workshops / 10AM – 7PM
x Badge Hacking / 7PM – 11PM + Live IDM set by Rich Hogben & Bogdan Roșu
x Badge Hacking Presentations and Awards / 11PM – midnight
x Live DJ set / midnight+
x and more…
HackInBo è il primo evento totalmente gratuito
sulla Sicurezza Informatica nella città di Bologna.
L’evento nasce per sopperire alla mancanza di una manifestazione di questo tipo sul territorio Bolognese.
Ci sarà l’occasione per parlare e incontrare esperti del settore in un’atmosfera rilassata e collaborativa
cogliendo l’occasione per rimanere aggiornati sulle ultime tematiche riguardanti l’IT-Security.
L’evento è rivolto ai dirigenti d’azienda, agli it-manager, ai sistemisti, agli appassionati
e a tutte quelle persone interessate ad approfondire argomenti di estrema attualità.
Ogni edizione ha registrato un incremento di partecipazione e visibilità.
Anche nella prossima edizione ci sarà un’ulteriore evoluzione
quindi continuate a seguirci per rimanere informati!
Cosin is a yearly chaotic event in Switzerland. The content ranges from technical and political, to social and cultural.
CoSin is a technical and political event, where we intend to hold lectures, operate a network and have a lot of fun. Lectures are going to be in German and English (in the past mostly German). CoSin is a non-profit event, and generally chaotic when it comes to our goals. Originally, we just wanted to offer an event for geeks, hackers and other friends of constructive chaos, to meet, chat and have fun. As such, the event follows a strong do-it-yourself principle, i.e. visitors are not consumers, but participants.
As a courtesy of the political reality, which seems to differ more from our ideals – like freedom of information and protection of privacy – each year, there is also an ever growing amount of political content. As such, we also hope to provide an opportunity for people with technical and political background to meet and exchange thoughts.
Finally, CoSin is also a good chance for people without technical background, to gain an insight.
The content of the CoSin event depends on the participants. Some topics are:
- Software (e.g. GNU/Linux, BSD)
- Hardware (e.g. Wireless Routers, amateur radio)
- Electronics (e.g. soldering workshops)
- Religious wars (Vi vs Emacs, etc.)
- Politics (especially information and net-related topics)
More specific information about talks and workshops can be found in our schedule. Besides sharing knowledge and experience, CoSin and the organisations behind it also pursue various long-run objectives:
- Networking between groups of different geographical areas.
- Support of free projects around technology and information politics.
- Advancement of information security.
- Creation of a broader consciousness for opportunities and risks around information society.
- Investigation of new technologies and analysis of their impact on society.
- Understanding the interrelation between technology and information freedom.
BornHack is a 7 day outdoor tent camp where hackers, makers and people with an interest in technology or security come together to celebrate technology, socialise, learn and have fun.
Electromagnetic Field is a non-profit UK camping festival for those with an inquisitive mind or an interest in making things: hackers, artists, geeks, crafters, scientists, and engineers.
A temporary town of more than a thousand like-minded people enjoying a long weekend of talks, performances, and workshops on everything from blacksmithing to biometrics, chiptunes to computer security, high altitude ballooning to lockpicking, origami to democracy, and online privacy to knitting.