Anna Geiger

53 Jahre, Cis-weiblich. Dipl. Sozialpädagogin. Hauptberuflich tätig in einer Beratungs-, und Vernetzungsstelle für LGBTIQ* Senior_innen. Erfahrung mit diversen sozialen Medienprojekten. Unterstützt unter anderem älteren Menschen, wenn sie sich online vernetzen wollen.

  • Sozialpädagogik debunked
bigalex
  • ChaosZone Opening
Clemens Kommerell

Clemens Kommerell studierte an der Universität der Künste Berlin den Master im Fach Gesellschafts- und Wirtschaftskommunikation. Dort forschte er zu den Auswirkungen der Digitalisierung auf die Gesellschaft, Entscheidungsprozessen in Organisationen und programmierte Interfaces für Befragungen. Nach dem Studium geblieben ist die Freude, sich durch große Datensätze zu graben. Ein solcher lag dem Projekt „Instaball“ zugrunde, in dem die Instagram-Netzwerke der Profis der Fußballbundesliga untersucht wurden. Das Projekt wurde auf der re:publica 2019 präsentiert. Im aktuellen Projekt #keinfilterfürrechts entstand gemeinsam mit CORRECTIV eine Analyse der Rechten-Szene auf Instagram.

  • Kein Filter Für Rechts
Dustin Hoffmann
  • Das Assange Auslieferungsverfahren
Ed Ruskin
  • Drum & Bass
eGouvernante
  • GovData meets CivicTech – Initiativen der Kommunalen Daseinsvorsorge an Dritten Orten
honky

Über honky defendtheplanet.net

  • ChaosZone Opening
  • C3-PR How does it work?
jotilux
  • Junghackertag Online
Knurps
  • FabAccess
LittleAlex
  • Basteln im Lockdown: Gigatron - Ein Computer ohne CPU
  • Retrocomputing
Mike Sperber

Michael Sperber is CEO of Active Group in Tübingen, Germany. He has
been developing software since 1984, and taught programming courses
since 1987. Mike specializes in functional programming, with many
publications and several books under his belt. Mike maintains a
strong interest in teaching programming, and has designed introductory
courses for several German universities. He is co-organizer of the
annual BOB developer conference.

Mike's first programming experiences were in the local department
store, and his formative learning experiences were all shaped by the
hacker culture of the 1980s. Since then, he was a university
researcher and educator (and researcher on education), a freelance
developer, and finally a CEO. He has continuously taught programming
in high schools, universities, to kids, and as commercial training.
He's observed the effects of hacker culture and education in many
industrial projects.

  • All Programming Language Suck? Just Build Your Own! – Language-Oriented Programming with Racket
Moritz Ahlert

Moritz Ahlert is researcher and artist based in Berlin. He studied architecture in Hannover and the Berlin University of the Arts. In his work he explores the interface between actor-based urban design, mapping and digitalization of cities. He is the author of several publications and he exhibited internationally. From 2015-2017 he was part of a three year graduate program, to research the ›Aesthetics of the Virtual‹ at HFBK Hamburg and was working towards a PhD in Art. He defended his dissertation last year. Since 2017 he is a researcher and lecturer at the Habitat Unit, Chair of International Urbanism and Design at TU Berlin. Recent teaching activities include the ›Atlas of Digital Fragments‹ analyzing the global appropriation of digital tools by civil society actors in an international context.
More info: www.moritzahlert.de

  • Hacking Google Maps
nilo
  • ChaosZone Opening
Paolo Cirio
  • Turning Facial Recognition Against The Police
Pat Styx
  • aehm vs. Pat Styx vs. Schall & Rauch # feat. MC Kid One Drop
Pepijn de Vos

I do software and electronics. Currently trying to make IC design more accessible with open source software.

  • Unconventional HDL synthesis experiments
  • How to fuzz an FPGA – My experience documenting Gowin FPGAs
robert0k
  • Elektrogruselkabinet Indien-Edition
Robert Köpferl

Softwareentwickler seit dem 14 Lebensjahr.
Immer interessiert. Heute chaos-affin und mit der eigenen Firma im Beratungsgschäft

  • How to digitale Barrierefreiheit?
Sebastian Pischel
  • CO2 Messen – in Räumen und in der Atmosphäre
Sendezone

VEB Sendepraxis - Radioproduktion Ohrwärts

  • Datenkanal: IT bei der Polizei
  • Nerdtalk: 13.07.2020
  • Sendung für die vernetzte Welt: Fake News
  • Radio (In)Security: Urheberrecht, Darknet und die Bundespolizei
  • pentaMusic Radio Show: Entertainment for the Braindead (EFTB)
  • Sendezone Tag 3
  • pentaRadio: Cyberuschi Cybert Cyberhorst, alles cyber oder was?
  • Sendezone
  • Illuna-Minetest und minetest4kids
Simon Weckert

Simon Weckert is an artist with his home base in Berlin. He likes to share knowledge on a wide range of fields from generative design to physical computing. His focus is the digital world – including everything related to code and electronics under the reflection on current social aspects, ranging from technology oriented examinations to the discussion of current social issues.
In his work, he seeks to assess the value of technology, not in terms of actual utility, but from the perspective of future generations. He wants to raise awareness of the privileged state in which people live within Western civilization and remind them of the obligations attached to this privilege.
Hidden layers like producing and transporting the raw minerals required to create the core infrastructure of technologie and "human fulled automation" labor of microworkers who perform the repetitive digital tasks that underlie new technologie are just some of the topics in his projects.

  • Hacking Google Maps
Stefan
  • DevOps Disasters 3.1
tacker
  • Illuna-Minetest und minetest4kids auf dem rC3
TheJoKlLa
  • FabAccess
Thomas Roth
  • Hacking the Nintendo Game & Watch
uwe premium

gründer des premium-getränkekollektivs

  • als gemeinschaft stark durch krisen