Massimo Menichinelli is a designer and researcher that works on open, collective, co-designed projects with provided systems since 2005. Massimo has published several books and scientific articles about Fab Labs, the Maker movement, open design and collective design projects; furthermore, he has Participated on talks and workshops in several countries like Italy, Spain, Finland, Germany, United Kingdom, Mexico, Colombia, South Korea and Singapur.
Massimo worked on the development of several Fab Labs: Aalto Fab Lab (Helsinki), MUSE Fabl Lab (Trento) and Opendot (Milán), and has procured more while working as a Director of the Make in Italy Italian Fablab & Makers CDB Foundation, where he researched and facilitated Fab Labs and Makers in Italy.He has taught about digital fabrication and Open Design at Aalto University, SUPSI (Lugano) and in the Fab Academy on WeMake and Opendot (Milan). Currently, he works as a research project manager at IAAC | Fab City Research Lab (a design and making think tank by Fab Lab Barcelona), specifically on the European project MAKE-IT and as Fablabs.io project manager, the official open code platform of the Fab Labs global network.Follow Project: @MAKE_IT_ioFollow him: @openp2pdesignMore info: make-it.io
2017-09-11 90 minutos
The ecosystem of digital social innovation in Europe
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