Bootcamp Yogya - Participants

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Kah Wei

Hailing from Kuala Lumpur, I’m a young Economics graduate whose passion lies in education and youth empowerment. I am currently working on an education project aiming to provide alternative means of learning for students and a conference for young Southeast Asian service leaders. I am usually found in a cafe working on my projects, reading a book or quietly watching people. If not, I will probably be in some corner of the world with a backpack and a pair of sneakers, eating my way through the country.


Roshan

I am a teacher at Karkhana. I have been involved in designing and teaching project based classes since last two years. Prior to becoming a teacher, I was an engineer. I love programming hardwares especially Atmel(AVR) microcontrollers and have spent decent amount of time working on different hardware projects. I love to animate and vfx as a hobby. During my free time, I like cycling around kathmandu with my friends.

Accounts

- Facebook
- Youtube
- Edaboard

Sachet

Kathmandu, Nepal Educational background: B.E. Electrical and Electronics Engineering (2011) ; B.Ed. (2015) Chief Operating Officer at [www.karkhana.asia Karkhana] Treasurer at [www.ran.org.np Robotics Association of Nepal] Currently, monitor general operations at Karkhana coordinating with schools in encouraging hands-on activities to be integrated into the classroom. deliver Karkhana Engagement classes marketing and design works Architectural thinking workshop with karmaraprojects.org

Interests: - Arsenal - Tech gadgets - Sports (Football, Basketball) - DIY projects

Tayzar

I have been working with Proximity Designs for four years. I am a passionate autodidact. I had start as a electrician. I have previous experience building prototypes, drawing on CAD, carrying out life-cycle testing as well as doing brainstorm for major irrigation products with our team (Design team). Currently I am working on upcoming solar irrigation product and participating in a sensor design collaborative effort between Proximity andideo.org. I am thrilled to join the OSHW Boot camp and eager to work with other participants to build complex laboratory equipment.

Elizabeth

Jamornpan

I'm a scientist who is studying in field of inorganic chemistry. My project is about semiconductor nanoparticles which can be used as optical sensors. I've been to Wisconsin,USA as a cultural exchange student for three and a half weeks and interned in laboratory at Harbin Institute of Technology,China for three weeks. I love to read books and travel in my free time. This is my opportunity for sightseeing from different background people.

Lilli

I'm an Estonian media and performance artist currently working and living in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Recently i got master's degree in new media arts. My art projects vary from illustrations to interactive installations. I have some experience teaching photography and sound to children. As part of Transformaking Festival program, i'm working on an environmental project named “Root a Tree” which is reflecting deforestation issues. I love vegan food and sports - cycling, swimming and trekking.

Websites:
- http://lilliblogib.blogspot.co.id/
- http://heliriba.blogspot.co.id/
- https://www.facebook.com/greenrootlab?fref=ts
- https://soundcloud.com/lilli_rec

Talgat

Kyrgyzstan, Bishkek I’m cinematographer at production studio CityLab, I have experience in the filming of movies and documentaries and commercials. I finished Institute of art department of cinema and television. Also I’m working in Art group 705, we are engaged in experimental theater, paint animation and organize exhibitions of artists. I also love to cook and bake cakes. In one of our small town we were doing with our creative group cookbook, small zines. Now I think over how to relate to the art to food, use food as a tool, as a link between the artist and society.

www.citylab.kg

www.705.kg

www.sevenzerofive.tumblr.com

Teeranop

Teeranop Chamnong from Bangkok, I’m Architecture student in faculty of architecture for community and environment, Arsom Silp Institute of Arts. In this school have a studio for students work with real situation. I worked in “architecture design for community studio” for one year. I love to use the participation design process to design something for the public. I was a participant in architects team for 4 project.

1. design flexible and low cost house for people in earthquark area at Chiang Rai.

2. renovate the historical building for support "Zhiang kong" ( secondhand auto part store) by used the aerodynamic and air ventilation process at Talad Noi, Bangkok

3.Design the low cost house and masterplan for people at Krong Ladpao Community, Bangkok

4. Study the opportunity of Bamboo to design the organic form architecture

I interest to study the relationship and effect between people and environment and develop it to be a architecture. I find a new sustainable design for the future.

Michal Mitro (Mizu)

Michal Mitro is a conceptual artist, composer and performer working across wide field of media. Coming from Social Science background he aims to doubt and discuss the status quo of the “naturally given”, “normal”, and “traditionally right”. He focuses his attention on nuances of every day life that, granted their ordinariness and omnipresence, cease to attract any interest and critical thought and are widely but silently accepted. He, too, strives to diminish and ultimately defy the border between audience and artist/composer, to redefine the art making process and to work towards more inclusive, more accessible and more public art. Michal Mitro has been educating himself on various fields of art since 2010. After he graduated in Psychology and Sociology at Masaryk University, Czech Republic in 2013, he went on to study Sculpture and Sonic arts at University of Tasmania, Australia. He just finished a year study program in Karawitan (traditional Indonesian music) program at ISBI Bandung and has published a book as an output of his residency in Kersan Art Studio in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. Mitro has exhibited and performed internationally, mainly in Australia, Indonesia and on the Internet. His video art work has been presented mainly in Latin America and Spain.

www.michalmitro.com

www.soundcloud.com/michalmitro

www.vimeo.com/michalmitro

www.youtube.com/user/mitromichal

www.goffline.net

Ivan regol

Started as a fab crew at honfablab since April 2015, im graduated from Indonesia Institute Of Arts Yogyakarta with major of Visual Communication Design. I do freelancer job as a graphic designer and illustrator. passionate on craft-making and brewing.during free time I love to make fermentation drinks from many kind of fruits.

Blog: http://musgenattack.blogspot.co.id/

Szu Ni Wen

I'm a performance artist from Taiwan, working and living in Berlin. I like to work interdisciplinary and collective with people from different backgrounds, so I organized art group "Berlin Rhizom" and we had several exhibitions in Germany and in Taiwan. Now I am starting up a Studio in Kaohsiung Taiwan, planning to build a Fish and plants symbiosis and Game Lab. This November I will start a Water Project, about history, urban change and economic restructuring in Kaohsiung.

Berlin Rhizom

Lintang Adi Prakoso aka Still Small

Interests: machine, science, art, and craft

Short Bio:i'm indonesian, you can call me lintang, lingtan, or still small. i working on HONFablab yogyakarta as Fabcrew (expertise) for 1 year. my background is i studying mechanical engginering on yogyakarta state university. i love doing illustration and instalation art.

Rizky Yudhistira

Interests: Create Short Film, Photography, Graphic Design

still learning in high school of art in Yogyakarta with major of Visual Communication Design,I do freelancer job as a graphic designer and illustrator,I volunteer here , so this is an opportunity to gain more knowledge with those great people with different backgrounds

Laurensius Windy Octanio Haryanto

I live in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. I'm a college student in Duta Wacana Christian University, I'm taking product design for my study. I'm interested in making a concept of product like sketching and prototyping. My hobbies are drawing and I'm musicholic.I Also like playing guitar, reading book and listening to classic music.

Niko Wiranata

Started as intern at honfablab since july 2015, im still learning in high school of art in yogyakarta. I do freelancer job as a graphic designer. My hobby is table tenis and i like a drawing.


Christanto Adi

Interests: Product Design, Tattoo Design, 3D Creator

I live in Yogyakarta, Indonesia. I'm a college student in Duta Wacana Christian University, I'm 3D creator for Product Design and sketcing for tattoo design. My hobbies are drawing, soccer, and watching my team Manchester United

Marc Dusseiller aka dusjagr

Interests: Daphnia-Hacking, Euglena burgers, BioElectronics, low-cost diagnostics, building DIWO community bio-labs

Short Bio: Dr. Marc R. Dusseiller is a transdisciplinary scholar, lecturer for micro- and nanotechnology, cultural facilitator and artist. He works in an integral way to combine science, art and education. He performs DIY (do-it-yourself) workshops in lo-fi electronics and synths, hardware hacking for citizen science and DIY microscopy. He was co-organizing Dock18, Room for Mediacultures, diy* festival (Zürich, Switzerland), KIBLIX 2011 (Maribor, Slovenia), workshops for artists, schools and children as the former president (2008-12) of the Swiss Mechatronic Art Society, SGMK. In collaboration with Kapelica Gallery, he has started the BioTehna Lab in Ljubljana (2012 - 2013), an open platform for interdisciplinary and artistic research on life sciences. Currently, he is developing means to perform bio- and nanotechnology research and dissemination, Hackteria | Open Source Biological Art, in a DIY / DIWO fashion in kitchens, ateliers and in developing countries. He was the co-organizer of the different editions of HackteriaLab 2010 - 2014 Zürich, Romainmotier, Bangalore and Yogyakarta.

Cianán B. Russell

Cianán is a lapsed PhD chemist, writer, public speaker, trainer, activist, and assessment expert. He works as an educational consultant in chemistry, conducting assessment and assisting professors in curriculum development. His doctoral work (Purdue 2008) focused on bringing research to early undergraduates using simple and cost-effective substitutes for high cost, high precision laboratory instrumentation to improve early undergraduate understanding of the scientific career path. His postdoctoral work was with the Chemistry Collaborations, Workshops and Community of Scholars (cCWCS) Program, coordinating program assessment and working to improve the efficacy and impact of the workshops.

His passions in activism are anti-racist and trans* activism, specifically educating white people about white supremacy and intersectionality, trans masculine representation in global trans activism and development of the public concept of trans folks as complete people with lives, identities, and desires beyond simply being trans. As a gay trans man, his personal interests also include expanding the visibility of the variety of trans folks, prevention and treatment of sexual violence and rape amongst trans survivors, and HIV/AIDS-related services for gay and queer trans men. Cianán writes a blog at transience-inside.blogspot.com, lives in Bangkok with his partner, and travels whenever possible (typically in search of trans people and new food).

Hermes Huang

Hermes Huang is a Southeast Asia based researcher and consultant. He is currently the team lead for the project working on exploring the intersections of open source hardware, communications, and social networks in Indonesia, Nepal, and Thailand as part of the Open and Collaborative Science in Development Network funded by IDRC of Canada and DfID of the UK. He is also collaborating with a local social enterprise in Bangkok to design and develop Thailand's first open peer to peer organic certification system. Previously, Hermes was a Princeton in Asia fellow teaching in Northeast Thailand and working in environmental conservation in Nepal. Hermes is a graduate of the Masters of Arts in International Development Studies Program at Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok and earned a Bachelors of Science in Neurobiology, Physiology and Behavior at the University of California, Davis.

He also loves cycling, airplanes, food, mountains and oceans, sleeping, maps and finding new ways to use technology.