Have you ever thought about making an Android app, but don’t know how to code? Which useful things can we make out of all the machines we throw away? How can 3D printing improve the lives of children in Kenya? The GIG Maker Space has the answers.
Our re:health track is ready: There are 13 sessions in total, with 21 speakers from six countries and 8.5 hours of program. Read more on the re:health program in the second part of our series.
If you’re creative and would like to present your products at the largest book fair in the world for the first time, here’s your big chance: win your stand free of charge with the Frankfurt Book Fair Wildcard! The deadline for participation is May 30, 2015.
How will man and machine communicate in the shared space of the future? And what contribution can society make so that living together works smoothly? At the sub-conference re:think mobility, engineers, future researchers and robotics experts will discuss and develop visions for the future.
This year sees the #rp15 and the MEDIA CONVENTION Berlin become more closely enmeshed on various different levels. It isn’t just the shared topic of media that acts as an overarching link, but also the one ticket for both events that connects the two. We’ll fill you in on how it all comes together.
Take part in the IBM hackathon with @IBMBluemix at re:publica #rp15: Who can build the best "social data app"? Harald Uebele of IBM explains all about it. #IBMHack #rp15
Radio meets web culture at the re:publica. radioeins is reporting live from the conference and will be broadcasting a series on big data in the run-up to the re:publica!
The re:learn track focuses on education and technology – specifically, how a combination of the two can be used to creatively and responsibly construct the future.
For the fifth time, the best online video clips will be awarded the German Web Video Prize. Have a look at the nominated videos – in the Web Video Prize cinema tour at #rp15!
Doing research about digital Europe and the new in an “old world” requires Microsoft to check what we need for this journey. How do we want to work in the future? How much liberté, égalité, fraternité are we taking along with us?
Connected Mobility — the interconnection of vehicles with one another or with the Internet — is one of the key topics of the future at Bosch. What is it all about?