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Kurzbeschreib

Das Modul verbindet Anwendungen der Medizintechnik mit Do It Yourself (DIY) Ansätzen. Dadurch wird das tiefere Verständnis von Medizintechnischen Geräten durch einen direkten, interdisziplinären und möglichst selbstgesteuerten Zugang gefördert. Basierend auf verschiedenen elektrophysiologischen Messmodulen (EMG, EKG, EOG, EEG) entwickeln die Studierenden im Team Ideen für innovative Projekte. Erste Prototypen werden mit den Mitteln der Digitalen Fabrikation hergestellt und getestet.

Download Modulbeschrieb HS2019:

Earlier Editions MedTech DIY

Medizintechnik_DIY_2018

Medizintechnik_DIY_2019

Location(s)

FabLab Horw (Trakt I)

Unterrichtsraum E210 (Trakt II) (40 Plätze)

Sitzungszimmer D1 (Trakt I)

Schedule

Montag, 3. Februar - Samstag 8. Februar 2019

Täglich von 8:30 - 12.00 and 13.00 - 16:30 Uhr

Samstag 09:00 - 14:00 Uhr



Content

Learn 0: Introduction

  • Introduction into DIY and Fablab
  • Introduction of Winterschool
  • Wiki-Intro

Hack 0 / Body-Signals:

  • Lötle
  • Experimentiere

Learn 1:

  • Skill Share Sessions - See more on BreakOut Methoden
  • Input Lectures on MedTech and DIY Hacking Cultures

Hack 1:

  • Prototyping
  • Experimenting

Hack 2:

  • Refraining
  • Experimenting
  • more Prototyping

Share:

  • Documentation
  • Presentation

Post Production:

  • Final Documentation

Input Lectures

See more about the Input Lectures on DIY, MedTech and Hacklabs from 2018.


tbc: Greg Gage - Backyard Brains (VideoConf) |

Please prepare and give us a few specific questions about our experiences with the Backyard Brains tools / experiments / website. Propose improvements or future experiments that you would like to contribute.

Q & A with Greg - Backyard Brains 2019

Schlusspräsentationen / Demos Zeitplan

Samstag 8. Februar ab 9:00

Infos zu dem Format der Präsentationen

Dauer pro Team, 15 Minuten, inkl 1-2 Minuten Fragen und Feedback der Studierenden.

Zeitablauf Samstag 8. Feb

Wird rechtzeitig kommuniziert.

Skill Share Sessions

Was ist eine Skill Share Session?

Wird im Rahmen der Einleitung im Detail erklärt. Hier ein paar Beispiele vom Kurs im Winter 2018.

http://www.hackteria.org/wiki/BreakOut_Methoden

Student Teams

put your team name here

Beispiele aus alten Jahrgängen:

Alligators

Testat

Teilnahme

  • Pflichtlektüren gelesen
  • Aktive Teilnahme an allen Tagen der Blockwoche

Leistungsnachweis

Wiki-Seite pro Gruppe (70%) mit:

  • Reflektion zu Readings / Input Vorlesungen
  • Dokumentation der Experimente während der Woche

(Experimente, Resultate, Erkenntnisse, Links/Resourcen, Bilder)

  • Dokumentation des Skill-Share Session

(Vorbereitung, Durchführung, Erfahrungen, Links, Resourcen)

Schlusspräsentation in der Gruppe am Samstag (30%)

Abgabetermin Wiki-Seiten: Sonntag 1. März, 23:59

Mentors

Urs Gaudenz aka Gaudi

Urs Gaudenz is an engineer and interdisciplinary scholar working in Lucerne, Switzerland. He was born 1971 in Seattle USA. He got his master in science of Microtechnologoy from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne. Subsequent to that he attended Post-Graduate programs in international business and innovation-management. In 2016 completed the course of study in the Principles and Applications of Synthetic Biology as directed by Georg Curch, Professor of Genetics at Hardward Medical School. He is founder of GaudiLabs, a third space for third culture. He is a founding member and member of the board of Hackteria International Society. He is currently on the faculty of the Lucerne School for Applied Science and Arts. In his professional practice, Urs Gaudenz makes use of various forms of work and expression such as prototype development, open scientific research and collaborative workshops. He is combining his different backgrounds to explore new technological and cultural fields and his works often emerges out of the void in this intersection. Remarkable in his work is the wide span from speculative and futuristic to very functional and applied. He worked with and was inspired by Dr. Marc Dusseiller - dusjagr labs, the Swiss Mechatronic Art Society, the GynePunk, BioDesign for the Real World, Sci | Art NanoLab Summer Institute at UCLA, LifePatch. He was invited to give workshops or exhibit projects at renown institutions and festivals such as Ars Electronica - Projekt Genesis, ISEA - International Symposium on Electronic Art, DOCK18, space for media cultures of the world, Kapelica Gallery / BioTehna, Schloss Werdenberg, N/O/D/E festival, Medialab-Prado Madrid, CYNETART-Festival - Trans-Media-Akademie.

http://www.gaudi.ch/GaudiLabs/

Dr. Marc R. Dusseiller aka dusjagr

Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr is a nomadic researcher and workshopologist. He is part of the Center for Alternative Coconut Research and co-founder of SGMK and the Global Hackteria Network, Co-organiser of GOSH, Gathering for Open Science Hardware. He loves making DIWO laboratories for creative biological experimentation and works in an integral way, combining science, art and education. He has worked as guest faculty and mentor at various schools, Srishti Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Bangalore (IN), UCSB (USA) and in Switzerland, FHNW, HEAD, ETHZ. He lives and works in Zürich, Yogyakarta and Taipei. He also loves synhtesizers and coconuts.

See more about dusjagr and full biography

Dr. Christian Gehringer, MSc. (ETH)

ARZT · FORSCHER

Gründungsmitglied des gemeinnützigen Vereins ”et al° | Vereinigung Wissenschaft, Kultur und Medizin”. Interesse an 3D-Druck, Mikrophotographie, Schwimmen, generative Kunst, Konstruktion von Robotern und Reisen. Teilnahme am 35C3 mit einem selbst konstruierten 3D-Drucker und einem motorisierten Sessel.

See more about Christian on his website [1].

Chris Obrist

Chris ist seit 2015 Fabmanager im FabLab Luzern.

Nach eine Ausbildung zum Werbefachmann hat er den Bachelor in Kunst und Vermittlung der Hochschule Luzern, Design & Kunst gemacht. Als Kunstler hatte er bereit verschiedene Ausstellungen und Live-Performances.

http://chrisobrist.ch/about/

Pflichtlektüre & Videos / Compulsary Readings

Open Culture did not start with the invention of the computer

Open Culture is a concept according to which knowledge should be spread freely and its growth should come from developing, altering or enriching already existing works on the basis of sharing and collaboration, without being restricted by rules linked to the legal protection of intellectual property. In a context of globalization, the consequence is that all citizens should have equal access to information.

What is Open Source explained in LEGO

FabLab

Fab Charta

http://fablab-luzern.ch/info/fab-charta-2/#FabCharter

Articles

Biotechnology for All / DIY in bioanalytics: doing and grasping it yourself. SATW publication 2015

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SATW Info 2/15 – Biotechnology for all / DIY in bioanalytics: doing and grasping it yourself.

«Do it yourself» in der Bioanalytik – zum Download auf Deutsch

"Biotechnologische Forschung findet heute nicht mehr nur in spezialisierten Labors statt. Eine wachsende Gemeinschaft von Biologen, Bastlern und Technikbegeisterten experimentiert in Küchen, Werkstätten und Eigenbau-Labors. Einige sehen in der Demokratisierung der Biotechnologie eine Gefahr; andere die Chance für ein besseres Verständnis von komplexen wissenschaftlichen Zusammenhängen in der Gesellschaft."

The article from SATW Info 2/15 – Biotechnology for all / DIY in bioanalytics: doing and grasping it yourself is available for download in German, English and French. The pedagogic conecpt and educational kits were developed during a project funded by the Swiss Academy for Engineering Sciences (SATW), together with hackteria, M. Dusseiller and U. Gaudenz, and FHNW School for Lifesciences, Dr. D. Gygax, during a workshop with an interdisciplinary group of participants. More info here.

Interview in "The Art of Free and Open Science", MCD#68

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Mehr zum Artikel und Interview in MCD#68

Interview zum Download in Englisch

Hackteria is a network of people practicing DIY (do-it-yourself) biology with an interest in art, design and interdisciplinary cooperation. The network was founded in 2009 by Yashas Shetty, Andy Gracie and Marc Dusseiller and now includes not only scientists, engineers and artists, as you would expect, but also philosophers, entrepreneurs, and even foodies and chefs. Hackteria operates on a global scale, and is based on a web platform and a wiki for sharing knowledge, which enable anyone to learn but also test different ways of hacking living systems. Hackteria is not based in a physical space, and its goal is to allow artists, scientists and hackers to collaborate and test various biohacking and bioart techniques outside the official laboratories and art institutions, basically anywhere in the world.

Videos

How to control someone else's arm with your brain | Greg Gage

As grad students at the University of Michigan, co-founders Tim and Greg often interacted with schoolchildren during neuroscience outreach events. We often wanted to show real "spiking" activity to students, but this was impossible due to the high cost of equipment. By using off-the-shelf electronics, we designed kits that could provide insight into the inner workings of the nervous system.

Go and look at their website! Backyard Brains - Neuroscience For Everyone!


You can learn Arduino in 15 minutes

The ultimate Arduino tutorial for beginners. Learn how to choose an Arduino, dim LEDs, build a motor speed controller and more.

"Simplicity: We know it when we see it" | George Whitesides

Simplicity: We know it when we see it -- but what is it, exactly? In this funny, philosophical talk, George Whitesides chisels out an answer.

More about Simplicity, in the specific case of "A lab the size of a postage stamp"

"Why toys make good medical devices | Jose Gomez-Marquez

We develop empowerment technologies for health. We believe that innovation and design happens at the frontline of healthcare where providers and patients can invent everyday technologies to improve outcomes. By radically democratizing the tools of medical creation, we seek to enable front line patients and providers to invent answers to disease burdens.

https://littledevices.org/

How to use this wiki

Dear participants, please make sure you prepare your account and get some first experience in using a wiki, in this case it's MediaWiki the same software on which the famous wikipedia has been created. The previous link directs you to many instructions on how to use a wiki. look at it.

You should have received a login by now. Try it out and create a new page for your own project notes, give it a reasonable name and make sure you add the folling line at the end of the page, so it will be sorted all in the same category.

[[ Category:MedTech-DIY ]]

Please write a few sentences about yourself, add links to your other websites, blogs, biographies, artworks.

  • try to add images
  • "internal links" to other pages on the hackteria wiki
  • "external likns" to websites
  • embed a youtube video?

You can always click the "edit" link on this or other pages to see how stuff has been written in the mediawiki language.

DIY-MedTech Resources

Medizintechnik DIY Resources

Methoden für Break Out / Skill Share Sessions

http://www.hackteria.org/wiki/BreakOut_Methoden

http://finding-marbles.com/retr-o-mat/was-ist-eine-agile-retrospektive/

DIY-MedTech Sharing Playground

The DIY-MedTech Sharing Playground is for all of us to put related or not so related info on this wiki. Inspiring videos or articles and projects you want to share with future students.

DIY MedTech WishList

Put down ideas on DIY MedTech WishList for future editions of this course. What else would we need? Materials, devicees, infrastructure, people?

Links

Related Courses on this wiki

NanoHacking - Interdisciplinary Course at University of Lichtenstein

NanoHacking-UNILI

"The innovators of 1600 were hackers before the word existed; they proposed open sharing of ideas for the benefit of humanity. Isaac Newton, Robert Hooke, Descartes, and the other scientists of the late 1600s could not have inaugurated the greatest scientific innovation of all time—the invention of modern science itself—without the Hackers of the 1600s. The Renaissance’s secretive structure was hacked, and it inspired the Scientific Revolution."

From DIY lab tools to field-works

LabHacking - From DIY lab tools to field-works, UCSB

The Art of BioHacking

The Art of BioHacking or How to make Cheese and Wine, HEAD, Geneva

DIWO Culture

HaSTA DIWO Culture : Hacking art/Sci/Tech & Activism

To engage with the most pressing issues (environment, social injustice, globalisation) of society, artist have embraced new transdisciplinary practices, which combine the use of open source tools (OST) and hacking strategies in a collaborative manner with "others". DIWO (Do It With Others) Culture will introduce such strategies through case studies, hands-on experimentation and team projects to the students. This first edition will focus on OST for environmental monitoring and artistic interpretation.

HSLU Related Institutes

Medizintechnik - Experten an der Schnittstelle von Technik und Medizin
https://www.hslu.ch/de-ch/technik-architektur/institute/medizintechnik/

Innovation und Technologiemanagement - Gemeinsam überzeugt die Zukunft gestalten
https://www.hslu.ch/de-ch/technik-architektur/institute/innovation-und-technologiemanagement/

Maschinen- und Energietechnik - Innovationstreiberin an der Schnittstelle der Ingenieursdisziplinen
https://www.hslu.ch/de-ch/technik-architektur/institute/maschinen-und-energietechnik/

Zukunftslabor CreaLab - Erforscht Möglichkeitsräume, die kreatives Denken und Handeln fördern
https://blog.hslu.ch/crealab/