IEEE Blockchain eLearning Modules
The IEEE Blockchain Initiative offers a series of online eLearning modules on Blockchain. Learn from the experts about how this emerging technology will offer a new way of conducting transactions, securing networks, and recording the validity and origin of data. Courses will cover a range of topics, including the fundamentals of Blockchain, key technologies, architecture, potential applicatons, benefits, challenges, and more. Participants also have the opportunity to earn Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and Professional Development Hours (PDHs) with each course.
IEEE Blockchain Summit Keynotes
The 2018 IEEE Global Blockchain Summit @ NIST, held 17-19 September 2018 in Gaithersburg, MD, USA, brought together thought leaders, decision makers, and technologists to discuss the challenges and opportunities of blockchain technology. Attendees from academia, government, and industry presented on various topics including the current technology landscape, applications, use cases, policy, and regulations to help instill providence tracking functionality into vital internet applications reliant on trusted immutable data.
IEEE Virtual Events
Presented by corporate blockchain strategist and MIT lecturer, Steve Derezinski.
Are you ready to take your blockchain education to the next level? Coming 4-5 December 2018, these two 1-hour sessions will cover advanced blockchain concepts and applications for managers, engineers and leaders. Designed to provide business cases for disruption across energy, supply chain, IoT and finance industries, you and your staff will learn the technical aspects of using/implementing this in-demand technology to impact your bottom line.
Upon successful completion of the virtual event’s assessment, you will receive a digital certificate with IEEE continuing educations units (CEUs) and professional development hours (PDHs).
Blockchain technology holds immense promise for a variety of industries, beyond just Bitcoin, including: Financial services and banking, Real estate, Supply chain management, Health care, Academia... and many more. From smart contracts to blockchain-encrypted academic credentials, the use cases are vast and far-reaching. Are you prepared?
To make sense of this revolution, you need to understand what a blockchain is and what it is capable of doing. Start your learning with this special 3 hour event from IEEE: Introduction to Blockchain Technology, led by Morgen Peck, contributing editor of the IEEE Spectrum Magazine special report on blockchain technology.
Blockchain Courses on IEEE Xplore
Take your skills to the next level with these IEEE continuing education courses. IEEE now offers a collection of courses on Blockchain technology as part of the IEEE Xplore Digital Library. Topics include the history of the technology, costs and benefits for working with blockchain, a look at blockchain-based applications, case studies, the concept of decentralization, and more. Students are eligible to earn continuing-education units and professional development hours.
In this video from IEEE Spectrum's "Cybersecurity in a Hyperconnected World" series, Stephen Cass, IEEE Spectrum Senior Editor, discusses Blockchain and Cryptocurrencies with a special guest.
What is a blockchain and why is it the future of the web? IEEE Spectrum has put together a video to explain this revolution in distributed computing.
IEEE Smart Grid Webinar: Blockchain in Smart Grid - 17 May 2018
Presenter: Claudio Lima, Ph.D.
Co-Founder, Blockchain Engineering Council - BEC
Blockchain is considered to be a foundational technology that will create a new decentralized Internet layer. Most of today's Blockchain development has been focused on Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency. However, the vertical markets, particularly the Energy sector, will benefit from the adoption of Blockchain as a potential disruptive technology that complements the insertion of Internet of Things (IoT) that improves grid device-system management, cybersecurity, and also enabling a new layer of energy trading.
This webinar introduces a unique perspective of Blockchain applied to Smart Grid. It describes the basic principles of Blockchain, how it works, the key underlying technologies, the challenges and applications. It focuses on the enterprise energy segment, and the key elements and protocols.
It will introduce the Blockchain Energy Reference Framework that is being created for the IEEE standards, addressing the Blockchain application, process, data and network layers. Finally, it will present some specific Smart Grid Blockchain use cases, including IoT Energy Trading and Transactive Energy.
IEEE TEC Webinar: Perspective, Challenges and Future of Automotive Cyber Security Enriched with Blockchain Technology - 6 December 2017
Presenter: Madhusudan Singh, Ph.D.
Yonsei Institute of Convergence Technology, Yonsei University
As we know, Intelligent vehicles are almost in market and very soon, it will replace the human drivers worldwide. The intelligent vehicles are internet-connected vehicles, which is also communicating and data sharing between vehicle-to- vehicle (V2V), vehicles-to-infrastructure (V2I), and within vehicles. In such vehicle communication, they use CALM, DSRC and WAVE communication channels. This kind of machine has many security vulnerabilities such as data security, privacy, legality, trust between vehicles etc. They need a strong security mechanism to solve these challenges. However, the Intelligent vehicles are making secured through the traditional security mechanism similar to information technology security standards (ISO 27000 and family), but a risk of attacks will reach new levels of interoperability, and the independent decision-making will begin to embed complexity, security loopholes and potential "black swan" events. This type of research need to be built-in security and architectural design to protect emerging threats. However, Blockchain technology will break this traditional mechanism for data validation and facilitate a trustworthy environment creation for Intelligent vehicles.
Blockchain is a secure decentralized distributed ledger. The intelligent vehicles with Blockchain can create and maintain a continuously growing data transaction blocks of cryptographically secured data records against fraudulence and tamper. Blockchain can also reduce the cost of data and unpredictability of working edge devices or connecting machines. It simplifies the development of cost-effective data transaction, where anything can be tracked and exchanged, without requiring a central body. However, security is big challenge for intelligent vehicles. This presentation will introduce the automotive cyber security: perspective, challenges, and discuss how can blockchain can provide a secure trust environment for the intelligent vehicles. Where unknown vehicles can communicate and share the data with each other’s without disclosing any personal information. We have tried to present a secure trust environment model for Intelligent machines based on blockchain.
Presented by: Greg Adamson, Chair IEEE Blockchain SIG, digital risk innovation consultant, Associate Professor University of Melbourne School of Engineering; Jonathan Mohan, Blockchain Consultant, Adviser to Factom and a founding contributor to the Ethereum project
Hosted by: Christopher Jannuzzi, Executive Director, IEEE Photonics Society
Through this webinar you will learn where blockchain technology sits in the technical landscape; the main elements of blockchain's primary application, Bitcoin; and the blockchain lexicon.