Our Sponsors
ShmooCon sponsors bring their own element of fun to the con. Check out who is coming this year.
Call for Papers
ShmooCon and The Shmoo Group are soliciting papers and presentations for the fourteenth ShmooCon.
T-shirt Charities
This year we are supporting 3 great groups through our T-Shirt Charities: The EFF, HFC, and one more TBD.
Barcode Shmarcode
Got a barcode? Now is your chance to get creative and win yourself a ticket to ShmooCon 2019.

Website Updates Coming Soon

Howdy all – we’re working to get the website updated for ShmooCon 2017 and that should happen soon (aiming for late next week).  Either at the same time, or shortly thereafter, we will post sponsorship information.  If you want to receive notification that…

ShmooCon 2017

Because ya’ll keep asking and, more to the point, the calendar widget on the side isn’t calling it up – ShmooCon 2017 will be January 13-15 at the Washington Hilton.  More information later this summer, but now you know.

ShmooCon Videos

A number of you found these yesterday before we posted the announcement here – but for those of you not in the know yet, ShmooCon 2016 videos have been posted at archive.org.  We’re working on cleaning up and getting all previous years moved…

Streaming Videos

ShmooCon 2016 will again be streaming all of its’ speakers talks via Livestream. We’ll keep updated streaming information on our streaming page at: http://shmoocon.org/streaming/ For Friday’s One Track Mind track, you can head directly over to Livestream to watch starting at 1400 EST (2PM): https://livestream.com/ShmooConTrack3/events/4684155

Ha Ha Ha, Hee Hee Hee, I’m a Laughing Geek…

Just for some fun and to try something new, this year’s Saturday night party will start with some stand up comedy.  3 of our own will dare to take the stage and see if they can’t make you snort your drink. Brett Thorson…

ShmooCon Keynote – Neil Gershenfeld

ShmooCon and The Shmoo Group are pleased to announce the keynote for ShmooCon 2016, Neil Gershenfeld. Prof. Neil Gershenfeld is the Director of MIT’s Center for Bits and Atoms. His unique laboratory is breaking down boundaries between the digital and physical worlds, from creating…