InnoCampus Maker Fest is a marathon for 24 hours where multi-discipline teams create digital technology projects with support of trainers and mentors. Participants can apply to the categories offered by InnoCampus or work on their own project.
They are not only supported by mentors or trainers, but they are also expected to collaborate with other teams. During the InnoCampus Maker Fest, InnoCampus YapLab (Fab Lab) provides the equipment which the teams will need. At the end of the 24 hours, each team presents their projects.
InnoCampus Maker Fest will take place on 1-2 December 2017 at Harran University Osmanbey Campus. The teams will work on 5 different areas including Internet of Things, Drones, 3D Printer Assembly, Ed-Tech Games for Kids, Robotics in the InnoCampus containers.
Application deadline is 23 November 2017. Fill the application form now!
Participants can apply to either one of these subjects or with their own project idea.
The Maker Fest will start on 1 December at 13:30 and will last 24 hours. During the event, food and drinks will be supplied. Accommodation will not be needed due to the nature of the event.
InnoCampus is a mobile accelerator / Fab Lab program which travels from city to city helping budding entrepreneurs bring their business ideas to life. The prefabricated portable platform consists of 3 containers (total 90 m2) which can be set up and disassembled in just a day and travels from city to city on 3 trucks.
The goal of the InnoCampus team is to help young people with the tools and methods they will need at the early stages of their startups, encourage them and connect them with other individuals and organizations that can support them.
So far InnoCampus carried out 8 different accelerator programs in Adana, Izmir, Çanakkale, Istanbul and Gaziantep. The nex tInnoCampus Program will take place in Şanlıurfa.
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As part of IOM’s Livelihoods Program for refugees living in Turkey and Turkish host community, IOM is partnering with InnoCampus to provide technical and legal expertise to the InnoCampus Startup Accelerator Program.