>> In this Month’s Newsletter:
* BBA Research in Government Policymaking..
* ISC2021 in News and Media..
* Updates from our Partner Organisations…
* New Ground-Breaking DLT Industry Research..
* BBA at international Blockchain Events..
* New appointments…
* New Partnerships…
* And more..
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We would like to thank the conference committees and the Editorial and Review boards for high-quality and timely peer-reviews of all blockchain projects and papers submitted to the ISC2021 (over 170 abstracts submitted this year)
Watch this space for the proceedings and outputs from this year’s ISC!
To explore first hand the latest path-breaking, industry-relevant blockchain research, and to network with the BEST and the BRIGHTEST minds in blockchain and crypto-assets space, join us at the #ISC2021:
So here is what you could do during the “virtual” coffee breaks at the ISC2021: Chat to: > Prof Bill Buchanan OBE FBBA about Scotland and studying Blockchain and Cryptography in Edinburgh.. > Mary Lacity FBBA about “being epic” and the Blockchain Centre of Excellence at the University of Arkansas.. > Sandeep Shukla about India’s National Blockchain projects and what he is up to at the Indian Institute of Technology, Kanpur.. > Sean Manion PhD FBBA about Neurones and all things Blockchain in Healthcare.. > David LEE Kuo Chuen 李国权 FBBA about Blockchain, Tokenomics and all things Singapore.. > Sinclair…
ISC participants: Putting their countries and their institutions on the GLOBAL MAP.
In just 6 weeks from now, the UK will be welcoming you all (virtually) to 3rd ISC2021, organised by the Centre for Evidence-Based Blockchain.
Register now and be part of one of the most influential and high-impact blockchain scientific conferences in the world:
Blockchain is re-building societal trust by empowering citizens. For tech providers, the race is on: Who can build the most secure and scalable solution for governments?
Which country is next to explore blockchain for Voting? Which Blockchain is the most suitable for Voting?
Research by Prof. Kevin Curran FBBA. Infographics by the Centre for Evidence-Based Blockchain.
From Melbourne to Kanpur, from Arkansas to Singapore, from Maryland to Berlin, from Dijon to Abuja, from Ireland to Zurich:
The Centre for Evidence-Based Blockchain is now operational in 57 countries, with 13 CEBB Institutional Leads and a global community of 210+ active blockchain researchers (with over 2200+ peer-reviewed published blockchain research papers combined) as of January 2021.
Working on scientific research-backed blockchain or crypto project? Join CEBB and let us help you connect with the best and the brightest minds in the DLT industry, solving REAL-WORLD problems and creating a global impact.
The ISC2021 will feature distinguished speakers from some of the world’s leading organisations. We are putting together a World-Class programme.
The UK is ready to welcome blockchain fraternity from around the globe!
3rd Blockchain International Scientific Conference (Online):