About

The Gathering for Open Science Hardware (GOSH) is a diverse, global community working to enhance the sharing of open, scientific technologies.

We first came together in March 2016 at CERN for the first Gathering, which was all about connecting people and sharing stories, creating coherent ideas about what open science hardware is, and dreaming about what it might be. One of the main outcomes was the GOSH Manifesto, a clear statement of our shared values and intention.

The goal of GOSH 2017 was to bring the spirit of our Manifesto to life. This includes concrete outcomes for individual participants, like sharing experiences as users and developers of open science hardware, identifying best practices, collaborating to create opportunities and address failures, and building lasting friendships. We also build a roadmap to bring together the people, skills and tools needed to make open science hardware ubiquitous by 2025.

For GOSH 2018 we met in Shenzhen, China. We were focusing on pursuing our shared goals and vision of sharing open, scientific technologies.

GOSH 2018 Organizing Committee (in alphabetical order)
  • David Li, Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab
  • Fernán Federici Noe, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  • Francois Grey, University of Geneva
  • Greg Austic, Our-Sci
  • Jenny Molloy, University of Cambridge
  • Ji Li, Open FIESTA, Tsinghua University
  • Julieta Cecilia Arancio, CENIT-CONICET
  • Marc Dusseiller, Dusjar Labs / Hackteria
  • Shannon Dosemagen, Public Lab
  • Vicky Xie, Shenzhen Open Innovation Lab
GOSH 2017 Organizing Committee (in alphabetical order)
  • Fernán Federici Noe, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile
  • Francois Grey, University of Geneva
  • Greg Austic, PhotosynQ
  • Jenny Molloy, University of Cambridge
  • Max Liboiron, Memorial University of Newfoundland
  • Shannon Dosemagen, Public Lab
GOSH 2016 Organizing Committee (in alphabetical order)
  • Adam Wolf, Arable
  • Aurora Thornhill, Kickstarter
  • Francois Grey, University of Geneva
  • Greg Austic, PhotoSynQ
  • Jenny Molloy, University of Cambridge
  • Marc Dusseiller, Dusjar Labs / Hackteria
  • Shannon Dosemagen, Public Lab
  • Urs Gaudenz, GaudiLabs / Hackteria