Third Annual Delft Blockchain Symposium
Blockchain Entering its Second Decade
30 januari 2020 13:00 t/m 18:00
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, Arthur Gervais (Imperial College, London, UK), and presentations on applications, finance, ethics and innovation aspects of blockchain technology.
There were presentations by representatives of research groups and companies.
Below you will find the presentations:
- Opening by Dick Epema (TU Delft)
- Welcome by John Schmitz (dean Faculty EEMCS)
- Rob van Gijzel (ambassador Dutch Blockchain Coalition): Innovation Requires a Learning and Participatory
- Arthur Gervais (Imperial College, London, UK): Maleficience in Traditional and Blockchain based Financial Exchanges.
Technology and Applications I
- Davide Grossi (Groningen University): Economic Design of Blockchain Protocols
- Annibale Panichella (TU Delft): Verification of Blockchain Consensus Algorithms
- Joran Honing (ConsenSys and University of Twente): Practical Mutation Testing for Smart Contracts
Policy, Ethics and Innovation
- Peter Wierts (DNB and VU Amsterdam): Design Options for Central Bank Digital Currencies
- Georgy Ishmaev (TU Delft): Hardcoding Norms in DAOs: Ethics of Self-Regulation
- Martijn Janssen (TU Delft): The Digicampus
- Hanneke Stenfert (TU Delft): Consensus in distributed networks? A social perspective on collaboration in blockchain innovation
Technology and Applications II
- Johan Pouwelse (TU Delft): Technical Status of DBL Technology
- Ayman Asmat (EUR): A Decentralized Local Energy Trading Platform Based on Blockchain Technology
- Bulat Nasrulin (TU Delft): A Risk-based Approach to Blockchain