10 August 2018
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Blockchains: Theory and Practice
This course will provide both theoretical background and hands-on experience on Blockchain applications. It is important for organizations to continuously anticipate on technological developments that disrupt or impact their businesses. Blockchain technology enables organizations to develop their business models and processes in a revolutionary way. The course is aimed at students and practitioners who are interested in the theory and practice of Blockchains.
Blockchains consist of dynamic shared ledgers that can be applied to save time when recording transactions between parties, remove costs associated with intermediaries, and reduce risks of fraud and tampering.
During the course we provide insight into the history on the development of Blockchain technology and explain important concepts like mining, smart contracts, transaction verification, virtual identity and more. Furthermore, an introduction to the Blockchain platforms available, such as Microsoft Blockhains, IBM Blockchains and Ethereum is given, and applications to practice are discussed, including examples given for different sectors such as finance, logistics, education and health.
A running Blockchain application will be demonstrated and used to provide hands-on experience during the course. In this running environment a basic processes will be executed via Blockchain technology.
Leo van Moergestel
Students interested in Blockchains, the underlying concepts and technologies, its impact on business models and possibilities for process improvement, as well as practitioners aiming to learn theory and practice on Blockchains.
Provide course participants with insights and practical experience on Blockchain technology and applications in practice, as well as theory based exploration of possible business cases.
Certificate of Attendance
EUR 500: Course + course materials
EUR 200: Housing
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