The Fab Academy teaches principles and applications of digital fabrication. It was developed to teach hands-on skills in fab labs, which began as an outreach project from MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms, and has grown into a global network of more than 500 labs. Fab Academy instruction is based on MIT’s popular rapid-prototyping course How To Make (almost) Anything, both taught by Prof. Neil Gershenfeld.
Students 2020 - 2021
Gonzalo Pérez Ramírez
-Coordinator and instructor-
I'm PhD. in responsability sociality from University Anahuac Mexico, North Camp, graduated in 2015 the Fab Academy.
Coordinated the Fab Lab Mexico City, since 2013 when adopted this philosophy and incorporated the network.
Iván Hernández Sánchez
Graduated tha Fab Academy in 2016 and working in theme's of fabrication digital since 2013.
Currently I'm collaborated in the Fab Lab Mexico City of the Universidad Anáhuac México, North Camp, Master studies completed and working on the thesis, also conducting studies of the English language. Within my passions are swimming (which I practice formally), volleyball, skating, video games and football. Teamwork and supporting others is a great satisfaction for me.
My main objective is to generate equity among all people for a competition in equal conditions, I consider myself responsible, organized and innovative. I always look for continuous improvement in what I do.