WARNING: this page is part of a full, STATIC copy of the official website of the DiDIY Project, that ended in June 2017. Please read the note attached to the File Index to know more.
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Welcome to the home page of the DiDIY (Digital DIY) research project!
DiDIY is a complex topic, so if this is your first visit you may want to start exploring it beginning from these resources:
between July 13th and 15th the project team gathered in Milan in an inspiring space hosted by the Politecnico di Milano.
In this page we list the various project presentations held during the project meeting.
Sessions on Monday 13th July:
Sessions on Tuesday 14th July:
The DiDIY.eu website has been built using exclusively Free/Open Source Software, namely Drupal 7 running on a Debian VPS.
The website uses a custom Drupal theme directly derivated by the one called Venture, designed by Devsaran, and available under the same license (GPL).
Politecnico di Milano (www.polimi.it) is a scientific-technological university funded in 1863, which trains engineers, architects and industrial designers. The University has always focused on the quality and innovation of its teaching and research, developing a fruitful relationship with business and productive world by means of experimental research and technological transfer.
Emanuele Strada cooperates with CETIC, Research Center on Information Systems, at LIUC - Università Cattaneo (Italy), where he is also Contract Professor for the School of Engineering for the courses on Business Consulting at the master level, and of the
Giacomo Buonanno is full professor of Information Processing Systems at the School of Engineering of the Università Carlo Cattaneo – LIUC.
He participated to various research projects funded by regional, national, and European agencies, private and/or public companies and government partners.
Please remember that...
If you are reading this, congratulations! You have found the brand new online home of the Digital DIY research project, and here are a few things you need to know: