New 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.
New for 2021: Designing Blockchain Solutions course series
IEEE Digital Privacy Workshop
Registration is open for the virtual IEEE Digital Privacy Workshop on 7-8 October 2021. This free workshop will bring together thought leaders to define, scope, and discuss common interests in the area of digital privacy for potential future collaboration.
Distinguished speakers include Ann Cavoukian, Global Privacy & Security by Design Centre; Malcolm Harkins, Epiphany Systems; and Calli Schroeder, EPIC. Several IEEE Societies and Councils will also share their perspective of digital privacy and why it is important to their community. Come join us as we explore how IEEE can best add to the discussion on digital privacy.
Blockchain Transactive Energy (BCTE) Position Paper Now Available
This Position Paper describes the basic framework and principles for using blockchain technology in power and energy domains with the emerging participatory grid. A key goal is the development of the most promising global Transactive Energy use cases which can be advanced toward broader commercialization using blockchain technology.
IEEE Healthcare: Blockchain & AI
The IEEE Healthcare: Blockchain & AI Virtual Series is a fully virtual event series designed to convene a robust and vibrant community around the topic of blockchain and AI enabled healthcare. Through podcasts, virtual keynotes, industry forums, digitally curated poster competitions, globally connected standards collaborations, and publications, this series aims to deliver actionable discussions from all aspects of the healthcare industry.
Register for the next session and access recordings of previous sessions at the IEEE Healthcare: Blockchain & AI website.
IEEE Blockchain Podcast Series
Listen to the latest episode of the IEEE Blockchain Q&A Podcast Series with the experts. Through this new series, IEEE Blockchain brings you insight and innovations from researchers, practitioners, and leading experts working in the area of blockchain and exploring its applications across various industries.
IEEE Experts Weigh Social Implications of Emerging Technologies in Future Pandemics
Emerging technologies can help societies during global pandemics, but deployment and implementation must be carefully guided. In this article, thought leaders from IEEE Future Directions initiatives on Blockchain, Brain, Digital Reality, and Future Networks explore the societal aspects of utilizing emerging technologies to secure health and economic systems against future pandemics.
IEEE Talks Blockchain
In our latest IEEE Talks Blockchain Q&A session, we spoke with Dr. Ramesh Ramadoss, co-chair of the IEEE Blockchain Initiative. Dr. Ramadoss discusses the evolution of the blockchain ecosystem, including emerging applications, standardization efforts, and opportunities for future growth and development.
IEEE@Home Blockchain Series
In the latest IEEE@Home Blockchain session, Catarina Ferreira da Silva, assistant professor, University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL), addresses blockchain skills for ICT professionals. Co-sponsored by IEEE Portugal Blockchain WG team.
IEEE Blockchain Transactive Energy Summit
IEEE Blockchain Transactive Energy Summit
3-4 February 2020 | Boulder, Colorado, USA
This two-day event at the University of Colorado focused on applications of blockchain in the transactive energy space. The summit featured keynotes, tutorials, peer-reviewed technical paper presentations, posters, demos, and exhibitions from world-leading service providers, solution vendors, research institutes, open-source projects, and academia.
The summit was a forum for the technical exchange of the latest research and innovation, regulation, policies, standards, and applications in the exciting and emerging area of blockchain for transactive energy. Co-hosted by IEEE Blockchain and the University of Colorado Blockchain Alliance (UCBA).
Following the success of the first IEEE Blockchain-NIST Summit in 2018, IEEE Blockchain held a second edition to bring the best industry, government, and academy speakers to the 2019 IEEE Global Blockchain Summit. This 3-day intensive program covered the visionary hot topics, challenges, opportunities, and use cases in Blockchain technology. This year, a key theme was governance and regulation, and we had five panels addressing Government, Industry, Energy, Health Care, and Advanced R&D in Blockchain, led by government and industry visionaries.
IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine
The June 2019 issue of IEEE Standards Education e-Magazine is devoted to Blockchain. Read a selection of featured articles on this emerging ledger technology, its applications and use in 5G and IoT, and why new interoperability standards are needed for global adoption of this technology.
Letter from the Editor: Emerging Technology and Its Applications Require New Standards
Funny Pages: Blockchain
Blockchain Consensus for the Internet of Things
Distributed Ledger Technology (DLT) Blockchain Interoperability Standards
Towards an Open DLT Blockchain Energy Standards for Decentralized Grid Applications
Education: New Technologies Are Impacting and Changing Both Traditional and Modern Industries
Blockchain: A Key Enabler for 5G
Blockchain for Telecommunications
This workshop & industry forum introduced the basic concepts of blockchain applied to telecommunications and discussed emerging trends and the challenges ahead. It also provided a forward-looking perspective on the emerging technologies and key applications in this new field.
IEEE Software Blockchain Paper Receives Award
IEEE Software - July/August 2018
By Nir Kshetri and Jeffrey Voas
Published in the July/August 2018 issue of IEEE Software; recognized among the top eight winners of the 2018 Most Influential Blockchain Research Papers by the Third Blockchain Connect Conference Awards.
"E-Voting is among the key public sectors that can be disrupted by blockchain technology. The idea in blockchain-enabled e-voting (BEV) is simple. To use a digital-currency analogy, BEV issues each voter a “wallet” containing a user credential. Each voter gets a single “coin” representing one opportunity to vote. Casting a vote transfers the voter’s coin to a candidate’s wallet. A voter can spend his or her coin only once. However, voters can change their vote before a preset deadline."
Download the paper (PDF, 463 KB)
IEEE: Live from CES 2019
What's new at CES this year? Check out IEEE's exclusive coverage of the event in our live blog, featuring the latest innovations being showcased on the trade show floor. This year, a special track on Blockchain explores how this revolutionary technology is being incorporated into business solutions to ensure greater security, from cryptocurrency to the supply chain.
The Institute Special Report on Blockchain
Articles in this special report include:
- IEEE Blockchain Initiative Helps to Advance the Decentralized Ledger
- How Blockchain Could Trace Food From Farm to Fork
Parliament Magazine Special Supplement on Blockchain
A Parliament Magazine special supplement with IEEE on the opportunities of Blockchain technology.
Blockchain-GDPR Privacy by Design
By Claudio Lima, Ph.D., Blockchain Engineering Council, BEC Co-Founder; Vice Chair, IEEE Blockchain Standards
"The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that was recently approved for implementation in the EEUU by May 25th, 2018 is already creating some controversies, when confronted with emerging Blockchain technologies, regarding what they have most in common: data privacy and protection. These are two are essential areas where Blockchain shines."
Download the paper (PDF, 899 KB)
Call for Interest to Volunteer for IEEE Blockchain
IEEE Blockchain is currently seeking volunteers to participate in the initiative and support ongoing activities. This is a call to all IEEE Blockchain Technical Community Members. For more information, please access our Call for Interest page and sign in with your IEEE Blockchain Technical Community account. If you are not a member of the IEEE Blockchain Technical Community, sign up today for free!
New IEEE Blockchain White Paper Available
Reinforcing the Links of the Blockchain
IEEE Future Directions - November 2017
The purpose of this white paper is to explore the various ways by which the IEEE can lead and support an initiative on Blockchain while providing educational materials that will foster the next generation of blockchain engineers. This white paper summarizes and expands upon the IEEE Blockchain Incubator Workshop held by IEEE Future Directions at the end of October in 2017.
Download the white paper (PDF, 1 MB)
How Blockchain Will Revolutionize Healthcare
IEEE Innovation at Work - November 2021
The secure and transparent nature of blockchain currently has numerous applications in the healthcare industry. From streamlining contract negotiations to greatly improving the quality of medicine by applying blockchain technologies to the drug supply chain, this revolutionary technology is already transforming the future of healthcare.
Six Ways Blockchain + IoT Will Improve Business Contracts
IEEE Innovation at Work - August 2021
Together, blockchain technology and the Internet of Things (IoT) will allow for smart contracts -- unalterable digital contracts -- that will eliminate the need for third parties to make contracts far easier, less expensive, and more secure.
Four Ways Blockchain Can Enhance Global Food Supply Chains
IEEE Innovation at Work - July 2021
Blockchain technologies are dramatically transforming food supply chains worldwide by improving transparency, preventing fraud, and reducing errors. In the seafood industry alone, a customer can scan a barcode and access info about the seafood stored on the blockchain, including where it came from, when it was caught, and how it was processed.
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