The Fab Academy

2018 Schedule

Paul X.O'Neill

Lorain County Community College

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2017 Archive for Paul O'Neill

The Fabacademy 2018 Schedule:

2018 Local Evauation(Nueval:

2018 Fabacademy Assessment Documentation:

Week 1: Jan 17: principles and practices, presentations, introductions
Jan 22 recitation: version control (Fiore Basile)
Week 2: Jan 24: project management
Jan 29 recitation: gitlab (Fiore Basile)
Week 3: Jan 31: computer-aided design
Feb 05 recitation: how to make (almost) anything usable (Jan Borchers)
Week 4: Feb 07: computer-controlled cutting
Feb 12 recitation: fab cities (Tomas Diez)
Week 5: Feb 14: electronics production
Feb 19 recitation: functional representations (Matt Keeter)
Week 6: Feb 21: 3D scanning and printing
Feb 26 recitation: maker education (Sherry Lassiter, Saba Ghole, Stephanie Chang)
Week 7: Feb 28: electronics design
Mar 05 recitation: bio academy (Kate Adamala, David Kong, Jean-Michel Molenaar)
Week 8: Mar 07: computer-controlled machining
Mar 12 recitation: human fab lab (David Ott)
Week 9: Mar 14: embedded programming
Mar 19 recitation: safety and security (Patrick Colgan, Joel Gershenfeld)
Week 10: Mar 21: molding and casting
Mar 26 no recitation
Week 11: Mar 28: break
Apr 02 no recitation
Week 12: Apr 04: input devices
Apr 09 recitation: circular innovation challenge (Eric King)
Week 13: Apr 11: output devices
Apr 16 recitation: making machines (Jens Dyvik, Nadya Peek)
Week 14: Apr 18: interface and application programming
Apr 23 recitation: xDesign (Gian Paolo Bassi, Shawn Liu, Manish Kumar)
Week 15: Apr 25: networking and communications
Apr 30 recitation: fabricademy (Anastasia Pistofidou, Cecilia Raspanti, Fiore Basile)
Wk 16/17: May 02: mechanical design
May 07 recitation: mods (Neil Gershenfeld)
Wk 16/17: May 09: machine design
May 14 recitation:
Week 18: May 16: wildcard week
May 21 recitation:
Week 19: May 23: applications and implications
May 28 recitation:
Week 20: May 30: invention, intellectual property, and income
Week 21: Jun 06: project development
Week 22: Jun 13: project presentations



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Global lectures happen on Wednesdays at 9:00 on the US East Coast (ranging from 6:00 on the West Coast to 23:00 in Japan). Recitations happen on Mondays at the same hour, and global lab sections and regional reviews are scheduled throughout the week.