Committees are voluntary groups, formed by members in order to achieve certain goals.
To join this committee, contact the committee chairperson. See Rules and Policies#Committees for more information.
The Science Committee's responsibilities are to:
- Promote and support science project activities at DMS
- Maintain the order, organization, safety, cleanliness, and utility of the Science Lab area.
- Organizationally and administratively support science related classes
Science Committee exists to educate members in scientific, engineering and technical subjects not covered by other committees or groups at Dallas Makerspace, based on member interest and available resources. It facilitates this goal through its sub-committees by providing resources for their projects and areas of study. Areas of interest currently include:
- Biomedical - also see separate page
- General Health and vitals taking
- Biochem and cell biology
- Laser Technology
- Particle Physics
- Computer Science
- Data Networking
- Computer Virtualization
- Planetary Science
- Richard Alexander (Chairman)
- Scott Renkes
- Joel-Anthony "JAGMAN" Gray
- David Ratcliff
- David Guill
- Andrew Floyd
- David Jackson
- Julio Nieto
- Curtis Horton
- Steve Blanchard
- Mitch McDaniel
- Ian Jaeger
- Russell Lycan
- Daniel Twardowski
- Robert Jenks
- Bill Gee
- Jon Burroughs
- Walter Anderson
- Ashley Newland
- Interested? Science people get together almost every Saturday around 4:00PM in the DMS Science area. If there is a formal committee meeting, it will occur at that time, unless otherwise posted on the events calendar. Subcommittee meetings and startup of working groups are announced at the Science committee meeting.
- Science Committee meetings are held monthly, preferably a week before DMS Board Member meetings.
Committee Interest groups
- Aquaponics - Scott Renkes (chairperson)
- Biology - TBA
- Biomedical - Joel-Anthony "JAGMAN" Gray (more of a recliner-person)
- Homebrew - Daniel Twardowski (chairperson)
- Scientific computing - David Guill (chairperson)
How To Join
- Send committee chair an email or talk to them at Makerspace
- Add your name to the "Members" section of this wiki page.
Science Committee discussions are held via the forums and Google+: