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Blockchain Horizons Academic and R&D Forum

Posted on    by Konstantinos Stylianou
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Blockchain Horizons Academic and R&D Forum

decorative bannerGlasgow University is co-sponsoring the inaugural Blockchain Horizons Academic and R&D Forum organised by the International Association of Trusted Blockchain Applications (INATBA). CREATe’s Konstantinos Stylianou sits on INATBA’s Academic Advisory Board, which spearheads the conference organisation, and on the Board of Editors of Ledger, the event’s official publication partner. Blockchain Horizons aims to drive forward the research and development of blockchain technology with the intention of adopting cutting-edge research in diverse fields and provide a platform for networking among stakeholders and researchers. It will be held on May 22 at the Darmstadtium, Darmstadt, Germany

This event aims to drive forward the research and development of blockchain technology with the intention of adopting cutting-edge research. The agenda is packed with engaging sessions including research presentations, panel discussions, a roundtable on skills development, “speed dating” for researchers and industry professionals, and opportunities for young researchers to share and receive feedback on their thesis projects.

General admission and student tickets are available here. Students can avail themselves of a further 50% discount on their ticket by enrolling in the online free course Mastering Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies. Online access is free, but requires registration.

Why attend Blockchain Horizons?

  • Gain insights from leading experts in blockchain research and development.
  • Network with peers and industry professionals to foster collaboration and innovation.
  • Shape the future of blockchain through engaging discussions and interactive sessions.

Established in 2019, INATBA is one of the largest industry associations in the decentralised economy sector, bringing together 240 prominent members across governments, industry, and academia. Its mission is to harness blockchain’s transformative potential for societal progress.

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