Posted on May 10, 2019 at 10:00 PM
Crypto economics is a new discipline born after the rise of virtual currencies and distributed ledger technologies, and is rapidly developing in a unique intersection between computing, cryptography, law, economics, and game theory.
The school aims at disseminating knowledge about the foundations and the applications of these technologies to researchers, PhD students, scholars and technologists in industry and academia, not excluding under- or new graduates with strong technical drive and a sufficient background.
The school will be hosted at the Technology Park of Sardinia in Pula (Sardinia, Italy).
Travel and accommodation information are available on the school website.
The registration and attendance is FREE of charge. The school plans for a maximum of 30 attendees, selected by the scientific committee on a CV best-match basis.
Prospective participants should apply through the school web page by May 8, 2019.
Notification of accepted applicants will be posted by May 13, 2019
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- Andrea Margheri. Permissioned blockchain: from Hyperledger Fabric to Corda — a tutorial
- Massimo Bartoletti. Bitcoin Lab
- Francesco Bruschi. Ethereum tutorial
- Davide Carboni. Security auditing of smart contracts
- Andrea Pinna, Roberto Tonelli. Web3 Lab
- Andrea Bracciali. Blockchains: decentralisation, incentives, disintermediation and governance
- Michele Marchesi. Blockchain-oriented software engineering
- Chunming Rong. Blockchain in industry.
- Nicola Atzei, Stefano Lande, Marco Ortu, Alessandro Sebastian Podda, Livio Pompianu, Sergio Serusi (Univ. Cagliari). Blockchain Development Lab
- Primavera De Filippi. Blockchain and law
- Marcella Atzori. Blockchain governance for Public Administration
- Massimo Morini. Blockchain and the transformation of Financial Markets
- Massimo Bartoletti, University of Cagliari
- Davide Carboni, CRS4 Pula (chair)
- Rocco De Nicola, IMT Lucca
- Michele Marchesi, University of Cagliari
- Roberto Tonelli, University of Cagliari