Here all the workshops being held on the third day of AMRO20



LivingLab, Michal Klodner, Nikola Brabcova

The workshop is a place for exchange between artists and researchers working on the connection between technical and natural environments. Participation includes talks, hands-on digital microscopy, social networks, solar energy.



Speculative nows for post covid-19 futures, KairUs, Anuradha Reddy, Bastien Kerspern, Özgün Eylül İşcen

In this workshop we want to take time, space and (privileged) right to think about the future. When the earlier imagined futures of "smartness" producing resilience seem to be failing we like to share experiences and discuss local community responses and alternative  ad-hoc networks that emerge within our newly defined living spaces in our countries, cities, neighbourhood and households.



Test, Debug and Exchange: Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer Chua’s Circuit within an Analog Computer, Wolfgang Spahn

A workshop about Chua’s Circuit within the analog computer Confetti to generate chaotic signals, noise and sound. In the workshop we will learn the basic principles of an analog computer. We also will build the two main components for Chua’s Circuit a Gyrator and a Chua’s Diode. And with these two modules we will create a circuit in order to listen to the butterfly in our tornado.



Trace Carbon, Jamie Allen, Caroline Sinders

The workshop Trace Carbon is largely a discussion format, framed around the markets and techniques for carbon measurement and management currently proposed and underway in environmental, ecological, governmental, industrial and technological contexts. The workshop features presentations of ongoing related work, and a ‘reader’. The workshop itself will involve recordings of ‘carbon traces’ — stories by and with participants — to be published in some form through the Cycles of Circulation project.



DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies, Dasha Ilina

DIY Solutions to Hack Contemporary Technologies is a workshop focused on imagining DIY objects against health problems that arise from technology, using materials you can find in your own home. If you have ever experienced eye dryness from staring at a screen for too long or neck pain from looking down at your phone too much, this workshop is for you!



 An ideation workshop on mapping sustainability criteria with free and open source software communities core values, Malte Reißig

You're invited to ask questions about what the open scientific literature knows about An ideation workshop on mapping sustainability criteria with free and open source software communities core values change using Open Climate Knowledge (OCKProject) data mining software.