Frequently Asked Questions
The participation fee is free for all students!
The International Blockchain School welcome PhD and advanced master students interested in blockchain.
For this edition of the Blockchain School, we will establish three different tracks for the case work:
- Explorer Track: In this track, technical issues in existing Blockchain / DLT systems are discussed and potential solutions are developed. This is a makeathon, where not necessarily code is written, but where potential solutions are developed conceptually.
- Exploiter Track: In this track, we will offer the opportunity for students with prior experience around blockchain prototyping to work with organisations which have already prototypes developed. The intention is to further improve demonstrators, or design them anew, to meet the more advanced requirements and level of know-how among participating students as well as organisations.
- Tech Track: students will work together with case organisations from industry and public sector on developing blockchain prototypes in a 24 hours hackathon.
PhD students receive ECTS points, while master students can seek recognition of their work during the International Blockchain School in form of special projects at the universities and thus should consult their local universities. All students will receive a certificate of participation. ECTS points are only granted to PhD students who hand in a report after the end of the International Blockchain School. Further information for PhD students can be found here: https://en.itu.dk/Research/PhD-Programme/PhD-Courses/PhD-courses-2023/August/International-Blockchain-School
The blockchain school is organized by IT University of Copenhagen with partners and sponsors.
Please note that you have to book accommodation yourself. Below are some suggestions:
Please note that transportation to and from the Inernational Blockchain School will not be provided and you will have to make travel arrangements yourself.
You can either take the plane to Copenhagen Airport or the train to Hovedbanegården (Copenhagen Central Station). Both have connections to regional and local trains or the metro.
To get to the International Blockchain School 2023, either take the bike (if you have one) or use public transportation (metro) to DR Byen and Carlsberg St,. Travel information within Denmark is available via www.rejseplanen.dk.
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