Brussels / 1 & 2 February 2020

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Open Source Computer Aided Modeling and Design devroom


09 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Saturday Designing and Producing Open Source Hardware with FOSS/OSHW tools
We will show you how easy is now to design and setup your own production of Open Source Hardware with only FOSS/OSHW tools
LibrePCB Status Update
The progress of LibrePCB within the last two years
Open-source design ecosystems around FreeCAD ngspice open source circuit simulator
dev update and electrothermal simulation
Towards CadQuery 2.0 KiCad: Back to the Future
KiCad and it's role in the growing open hardware movement
Pocket Science Lab from Development to Production Designing functional objects with functional objects
OpenSCAD: Past, present and/or future
Leveraging Open Source Designs
Creating a component search engine for reference designs used in practice
Fritzing - the past, the present and the future
Restarting with 1100 technical issues, and a few legal ones
Sparselizard: a general purpose multiphysics FEM library
Mechanics, fluids, electricity, magnetics, EM and more
Open CASCADE Technology - an introduction and overview News from gEDA/gaf
including an introduction to gschem
Gmsh AXIOM - open source cinema camera
Project Introduction and current state of development
Horizon EDA - Version 1.0 OpenPiton: An Open-Source Framework for EDA Tool Development Designing Hardware, Journey from Novice to Not Bad
Reflections from the OpenElectronicsLab
Finite element modeling with the deal.II software library

Open source computer aided modeling and design is rapidly maturing into a solution of choice for hardware designers. The developer room focuses on the creation of free, open-source software that supports designers from concept to creation of physical objects. We will create a space for software and hardware hackers to come together to develop the inter-project collaborations that make FOSS a compelling choice for everyone from makers to professional hardware design firms.

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Saturday

  Designing and Producing Open Source Hardware with FOSS/OSHW tools
We will show you how easy is now to design and setup your own production of Open Source Hardware with only FOSS/OSHW tools
Tsvetan Usunov 10:30 10:50
  LibrePCB Status Update
The progress of LibrePCB within the last two years
Urban Bruhin 10:55 11:15
  Open-source design ecosystems around FreeCAD Yorik van Havre, Brad Collette 11:20 11:50
  ngspice open source circuit simulator
dev update and electrothermal simulation
Holger Vogt 11:55 12:15
  Towards CadQuery 2.0 Adam Urbanczyk 12:20 12:40
  KiCad: Back to the Future
KiCad and it's role in the growing open hardware movement
Wayne Stambaugh 12:45 13:15
  Pocket Science Lab from Development to Production Mario Behling 13:20 13:40
  Designing functional objects with functional objects
OpenSCAD: Past, present and/or future
Marius Kintel 13:45 14:05
  Leveraging Open Source Designs
Creating a component search engine for reference designs used in practice
Lasse Mönch 14:10 14:20
  Fritzing - the past, the present and the future
Restarting with 1100 technical issues, and a few legal ones
Kjell Morgenstern 14:25 14:45
  Sparselizard: a general purpose multiphysics FEM library
Mechanics, fluids, electricity, magnetics, EM and more
Alexandre Halbach 14:50 15:10
  Open CASCADE Technology - an introduction and overview Alexander Malyshev 15:15 15:45
  News from gEDA/gaf
including an introduction to gschem
Roland Lutz 15:50 16:10
  Gmsh Christophe Geuzaine 16:15 16:35
  AXIOM - open source cinema camera
Project Introduction and current state of development
Sebastian Pichelhofer 16:40 17:00
  Horizon EDA - Version 1.0 Lukas Kramer 17:05 17:25
  OpenPiton: An Open-Source Framework for EDA Tool Development David Wentzlaff 17:30 17:50
  Designing Hardware, Journey from Novice to Not Bad
Reflections from the OpenElectronicsLab
Eric Herman, Kendrick Shaw, Stephanie Medlock 17:55 18:15
  Finite element modeling with the deal.II software library Wolfgang Bangerth 18:20 18:50