Blockchain for Engineers
Location: Room 1105, Sanford Fleming Engineering Building, 10 King’s College Road, University of Toronto
Blockchain protocol and technology are said by many to be among the greatest accomplishments of human intellect since the Internet. Blockchain is the software technology underlying what is commonly known as Bitcoin, however, the technology is not exclusive to Bitcoin. Swarms of innovators are working feverishly to design and deploy new business platforms that incorporate blockchain technology.
Meet industry experts from The Blockchainhub to get an overview of the Blockchain technology and its impact on your life and the engineering profession.
Professional Engineers Ontario
- West Toronto Chapter
- East Toronto Chapter
BlockchainHub – Bergeron Entrepreneurs in Science and Technology
6:00 p.m.Registration and Refreshments
6:30 p.m.Omid Sadeghi, B.Eng., MBA
Director of BlockchainHub, Technology and Commercialization Advisor
Introduction to Blockchain and Crypto Currency
7:15 p.m.Marek Laskowski, Ph.D.
CED Program Chair at BlockchainHub & Co-Director of Blockchain Research Lab, Schulich School of Business
Blockchain Use Cases for Engineers
8:00 p.m.David Freeman, CFA
Co-founder, DLT Labs
Public vs. Private Blockchain, and the Criteria for a Successful Blockchain Implementation
Each registered participant will receive a Seminar Attendance Certificate
To register, go to the following Eventbrite site (https://www.eventbrite.ca/e/blockchain-for-engineers-tickets-39377574385)
To view or print the event flyer, click on this Event Flyer Link (pdf)