Tuesday 15 October 18:00 - 20:30

Imperial College Advanced Hackspace
Interaction Zone Cafe, Stadium House
68 Wood Lane
London
W12 7TA

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Hackspace Open House

Science & Technology

Join us for an evening of tours, talks and new connections โ€“ find out what the Hackspace can do for you!

Makers, hackers, inventors, and entrepreneurs under one roof.

Have an idea? What comes next? Join us for an evening of tours, talks and new connections โ€“ find out what the Hackspace can do for you and start turning your ideas into a reality.

We are joined by CEO and Co-Founder of Bare Conductive Matt Johnson, who will share their start-up journey, how they went from idea to product, and whatโ€™s next for the future of smart surface technology.

Date: Tuesday 15 October

Time: 6-8:30pm

Location: The Invention Rooms, 68 Wood Lane, White City, W12 7TA

Join us in the Interaction Zone Cafe space to start

Agenda:

6pm onwards - Arrival and registration

6:15 - Opening welcome from Hackspace Co-Director and Head of Chemistry Professor Oscar Ces

6:30 - Matt Johnson, CEO and Co-Founder of Bare Conductive

7:15 onwards - Networking and drinks reception

7:15 - Tour 1 of Hackspace

7:45 - Tour 2 of Hackspace

8pm - 8:30pm - Closing and wrap up

Hackspace Open House is open to the current Imperial College London student, staff, and academic community.

Please register with your Imperial College London email address.

Bring your Imperial College London ID to Open House registration.

Have a question? Get in touch with Rebecca!

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