Program of the Second Annual Delft Blockchain Lab Symposium
31 January 2019 13:00
This event was organized by Delft Blockchain Lab.
In this second Annual Delft Blockchain Symposium, DBL gave an update on its research in blockchain technology. In addition, the symposium had feature a keynote talk by one of the most prominent researchers in blockchain, Bryan Ford of EPFL in Switzerland, and presentations on legal and governance aspects of blockchain technology.
There were presentations by representatives of research groups and companies. Moreover there were a demo by students of the ‘Blockchain Engineering’ Course.
Below you will find the presentations:
- Bryan Ford - Coins, Clubs, and Crowds: Scaling and Decentralization in Next-Generation Blockchains and Cryptocurrencies
- Stefanie Roos - I’d Rather Mix than Peel Onions: Anonymity for Payments in Decentralized Systems
- Zeki Erkin - Blockchain and Cryptography
- Johan Pouwelse - Trustchain Technology Results
- Sandra van Heukelom - Legal Aspects of Blockchain & Smart Contracts
- Leonard Franken - Fair and Transparent Financial Markets on a Blockchain
- Hidde Terpoorten - Future of pensions? Opportunities and challenges of developing shared infrastructure in the pension industry.
- Quinten Stokkink - Towards a Scalable Digital Identity
- Vadim Bulavintsev - Blockchain Code Development Pitfalls
- Demo by students - Dollynator Blockchain + AI = economic robot?