Call for Project Exhibitions

We welcome you to submit projects for the EXPO showcase at this year’s InfoCamp! We invite student-led projects that are based on our theme of Augmented Society. Examples of project areas are Virtual Reality, Augmented Reality, Internet of Things, Blockchain and cryptocurrencies, Biosensing, Bot technology, Machine Learning and more.
EXPO Submission is now closed.

What is InfoCamp?

Infocamp is an annual conference held at the School of Information, UC Berkeley. This year’s theme is Augmenting Society, when bits and atoms come together. As the distinction between the digital and physical realm becomes ever thinner, the reality of an augmented society emerges. We at the School of Information of UC Berkeley are eager to dive deep into the intricacies of how the two affect each other, explore the extent to which they dominate each other and appreciate how they complement each other. Through a day of keynotes, panel discussions, EXPOs, technical deep dive talks and more, we are pumped to engage every student, every speaker and every expert attending the conference in an intellectual rhythmic saga of Bits and Atoms. Learn more about infocamp Here

Why participate in the EXPO?

InfoCamp usually draws over 150 professionals, students, and entrepreneurs across a wide range of sectors who work in roles in data science, UX design, product management, policy, security, and software engineering.
  • Get free tickets to InfoCamp 2018.
  • Exhibit your work to over 150 professionals, students, and entrepreneurs from the industry.
  • Get an opportunity to network with potential collaborators.
  • Get exclusive InfoCamp swag.
  • Get your work featured on InfoCamp website!

Submission Guidelines

We welcome written proposals(~200 words), digital images, or web links that explain or demonstrate your project concept. It should cover:
Please submit your proposal through this form.

Important Dates

Call for Projects Announced    Feb 5th 2018
Submission Deadline            Mar 4th 2018
Infocamp 2018                  Mar 17th 2018


Demonstrators will be provided with a table, poster board, power outlet and wireless (shared) Internet. Demo presenters are expected to bring with themselves everything else needed for their demo, such as hardware, laptops, sensors, PCs, etc. However if you have special requests such as a larger space, special lighting conditions and so on, we will do our best to arrange them.


Eve Mwangi,