Blockchain for science
To understand main trends in blockchain development with regards to developing distributed applications, data flows in processing and research and data privacy issues.
During this workshop Oskar Person will share experiences from his blockchain adventure:
Full Stack Development for distributed applications
General Data Protection Regulation and how blockchain facilitates safe data flows
Blockchain for life sciences, what will change? Access control, consent management and decentralized data exchanges.
Duration: 3 hours
Target Group: Programmers and data scientists | Researchers in health domain | Data protection officers
|14:00 - 14:15||Welcome with coffee and tea|
|14:15 - 14:45||Overview of Blockchain|
|14:45 - 15:00||Interest-based speed dating|
|15:00 - 16:00||Distributed workshops|
|16:00 - 16:30||Panel Discussion|
Distributed Workshop Sessions
Basic Development (for beginner techies) - Python-based introduction to blocks, hashing and proof of work
Advanced Development (for OO software developers) - Business Logic with solidity-based programming smart contracts
Distributed Database for Science (for data scientists/engineers) - How to store and retrieve data from distributed file storage
Blockchain and privacy by design (no programming) - How a blockchain solution fits with data privacy regulation.
Prerequisite knowledge or skills required
Learning objectives and goals
To understand main trends in blockchain development with regards to developing distributed applications, data flows in processing and research and data privacy issues
Required Materials & Resources
Course Materials & Resources
A presentation, a blockchain “bible” and guidelines for how to pick up more blockchain know-how at any level (non-tech beginner, script kiddie, master of command line) will be made available. All code will be publically available on github