How to apply?

UPDATE (1 June 2017):
Hi, at the moment we are no longer accepting applications for PIFcamp 2017.

There is no prerequisite knowledge needed for you to join and collaborate on PIFcamp, but we strongly encourage active co-creation and collaboration among all participants.

PIFcamp can be a good excuse for various hackers, makers, DIY enthusiasts, scientists, thinkers, programmers, noise freaks, musicians, new media artists, researchers, obsolete and technology geeks, bio-artists, engineers, circuit benders, nature lovers to enjoy active holidays, and work together for a better tomorrow. You can apply with a project, an idea or you can join several nodes (working groups), which will be led by: Andrew Quitmeyer (hacking the wild), Hannah Perner-Wilson & Mika Satomi aka KOBAKANT (wearables and e-textiles), Peter Edwards aka Casper Electronics (DIY electronics), Václav Peloušek from BASTL Instruments (DIY electronics) and Dario Cortese (wild food hacking).

PIFcamp is a family friendly camp with a workshop programme for kids, which will be led by Cindy Regalado (citizen science) and Kristijan Tkalec (sensors and robotics).

Keep checking the webpage for updates about confirmed participants and program details!

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If you want to participate at PIFcamp 2017, please fill in the form below (in Slovene or English) UNTIL MAY 13, 2017 (early bird participation fee). We will ask you about the project proposal you would like to develop during PIFcamp and about your personal bio.

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Keep in mind that only 5 days are designated for hacking! On Saturday we will host a traditional open event for the public full of all-day hands-on activities and project presentations.

Participation fee per person is 140€ (early bird, applying before MAY 10th) or 200€ (regular, applying after). The fee covers food (3 meals per day), shared accommodation (for 8 nights), use of tools and basic materials. 

Do note that the number of participants is limited! As we expect to receive more applications than we can host the selection will be curated by the PIFcamp team. 

The main output of the camp will be presented through an online database of fine hacks and tutorials.

For any questions please contact

UPDATE (1 June 2017):
Hi, at the moment we are no longer accepting applications for PIFcamp 2017.

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