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Bitcoin Summer School To Be Held in Greece
The awareness about bitcoin and related technologies is growing by day. To further augment familiarity and bridge the gap between the cryptocurrency community and academia, a first summer school on cryptocurrencies and blockchain technologies has been announced in Greece.
The school will be hosted at the Corfu Imperial Hotel, Greece from May 29 - June 2 2016. Registrations will open next month.
“We’re running the first summer school on blockchains and cryptocurrencies. We have a great program lined up for 2016. We’re excited to welcome the leading experts on blockchains from industry and academia”, the web page reads.
International Association For Cryptologic Research (IACR) is hosting the event with several leading experts from academic backgrounds as well as cryptocurrency ecosystem including Rainer Böhme, University of Innsbruck, Austria; Joseph Bonneau, Stanford University, USA; Jerry Brito, Coin Center; Jan Camenisch, IBM Research, Zurich; Nic Gary, Blockchain.info; Adam Joyce, Elliptic; Roger Wattenhofer, ETH Zurich and others.
“We welcome diversity and are striving to offer equal opportunities to all students. We are dedicated to providing a harassment-free conference experience for everyone, regardless of gender, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, or religion”, it added.
The event is sponsored by Openbazaar, Frostwire, IACR, and PJTech Catalyst. The organizers of the summer school – Foteini Baldimitsi from Boston University, Aggelos Kiayias from the Kapodistrian University of Athens, and Sarah Meiklejohn from UCL – have strong backgrounds in computer science, security, and telecommunications.
Bitcoin.com reported that the program hopes to start a trend of learning about “cryptographic e-cash to modern cryptocurrencies.”