Pula (Italy), June 27 - July 1, 2022
Crypto economics is a new discipline born after the rise of virtual currencies and distributed ledger technologies, and is rapidly developing in a unique intersection between computing, cryptography, law, economics, and game theory. The school aims at disseminating knowledge about the foundations and the applications of these technologies to researchers, PhD students, scholars and technologists in industry and academia, not excluding under- or new graduates with strong technical drive and a sufficient background.
The school, which is planned as a physical, in-person event, will be hosted at the Technology Park of Sardinia in Pula (Italy).
Some travel information are available here.
The school plans for a maximum of 30 attendees; the attendance to the school is FREE, while travel and accommodation expenses are to be paid by participants (there are several affordable accommodations in Pula or in Cagliari). The participants will be selected by the scientific committee on a CV best-match basis.
Registration link: (expired)
Introduction to blockchain technologies
Andrea Vitaletti (Sapienza University of Rome)
Francesco Bruschi (Polytechnic University of Milan)
Blockchain use cases: Supply Chain, ERP and Healthcare
Giuseppe Destefanis (Brunel University London).
The Italian Blockchain Service Infrastructure
Emiliano Vernini (Poste Italiane)
Economy and law of crypto-currencies
Filippo Zatti (University of Florence)
Laura Ricci (University of Pisa)
HyperLedger Fabric tutorial
Angelo De Caro (IBM Research - Zurich)
Andrea Pinna, Roberto Tonelli (University of Cagliari)
Blockchain-oriented software engineering
Michele Marchesi (University of Cagliari)
Decentralized Finance (DeFi)
Massimo Bartoletti (University of Cagliari)
The school will also feature several practical sessions covering dapps development.
The school is organised thanks to the economic and organising support of the regional agency Sardegna Ricerche and the Autonomous Region of Sardinia (RAS), through the Scientific School 2019/20 funding.