What is unconference?

An unconference is a participant driven “conference”, where there are no spectators, but only participants. Because an unconference is really run by the participants, it is also known as a user-generated conference or a BarCamp. All attendees are expected to give a demo, present a talk, or participate in a panel or roundtable.

It’s not as scary as it might sound, though. Sessions at SpaceUp are conversations, just like every conversation you’ve had (or wanted to have) at any other conference. The only difference is that the sessions are planned on the spot, which means we’re sure to be talking about topics we find interesting.

Can I volunteer?

Email us and we will find something to do for you if we still have tasks available. More info here.

Who can participate?

Anyone with an interest in Space. We want to include people from diverse range of backgrounds and want to specially focus on entrepreneurs, young professionals, and students.

What is T-5 talk?

Each speaker gets 5 minutes to talk, with 20 slides that rotate automatically every 15 seconds. It’s a fun format that’s more like karaoke than giving a presentation; it’s tough to keep up with your slides, but the friendly crowd cheers you on.

Learn more here.