Thursday, 9 May 2024

Maker Faire Rome – The European Edition 2024

The Call for Universities and Research Institutes 2024 is open

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Are you a student, a researcher, a professor working on a project with a strong innovative content?
Apply to the Call for Universities and Research Institutes to present your project at the 12th edition of Maker Faire Rome - The European Edition, which will be held from 25 to 27 October 2024.

The Maker Faire Rome, promoted and organized by the Rome Chamber of Commerce, is an event that facilitates and talks about innovation, connecting people and ideas in a physical and virtual ecosystem.

Innovation, in all its forms, will as always be the protagonist: from digital manufacturing to the Internet of Things, from robotics to artificial intelligence, from agritech to digital manufacturing, passing through big data and aerospace, up to to the latest discoveries of the metaverse and augmented reality.

With the Call for Universities and Research Institutes, Maker Faire Rome intends to promote innovation, through the diffusion of digital culture and the development of individual and collective entrepreneurship, rewarding the projects of State Universities and Public Research Institutes deemed most deserving.

Projects presented at the Call will also participate in any Contests promoted by Maker Faire Rome and/or by partners linked to the Call itself.

How to participate

Public, Italian and international Universities and Research Institutes whose projects are selected will have access to a physical space within #MFR2024, and will be able to:

  • present your project: a space will be provided as to allow curious onlookers and interested visitors to inquire about and enjoy your project. The bare area, the set-up of which is the responsibility of the exhibitor, will be provided free of charge while the pre-fitted 8 m2 stand costs 400.00 euros;
     
  • perform activities (presentations to the public): a physical and/or virtual space will be provided, where presentations on topics related to event themes can be held, experiences shared, and practical demonstrations (workshops) performed;
     
  • perform in public (performance): a physical and/ or virtual space/stage will be provided, so that you can deliver your own creative, technological, robotic or musical performance. Performances can also take place as webinars to facilitate the enjoyment and dissemination among the public.

All the details can be found on the dedicated page.

The projects can be submitted until 3 June 2024 through the online Exhibitor Area.

Information

To obtain further information on the Call write to: callforuniversities [at] makerfairerome.eu.

Leave the laboratory, enter Maker Faire Rome!