Blockchain & the Digital Thread – Conference
14 October 2020–16 October 2020, 9:00 am–8:00 pm
Join the Construction Blockchain Consortium (CBC) this October for a three-day conference exploring the application of blockchain technology in the built environment.
The Construction Blockchain Consortium (CBC) is delighted to announce the CBC2020 Annual Conference, titled 'Blockchain & The Digital Thread.' CBC2020 will build upon last year’s Paris symposium with involvement from leading names in the application of blockchain technology in the built environment.
The conference will be held virtually and feature keynotes and workshops across three days, with keynote sessions on Computational Construction Law and Digital Construction Management. The CBC will be presenting its most recent white paper and invite discussion with experts from across industry and academia.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Abel Maciel, The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL
- Alastair Moore, Mishcon De Reya LLP
- Balint Penzes, Pricewaterhouse Coopers
- Fernando Santiago Cajaraville, All-Party Parliamentary Group on Blockchain
- Gavin Johnson, aGenium
- Josh Graham, Ehab
- Marta Piekarska-Geater, Hyperledger, Linux Foundation
- May Winfield, Buro Happold
- Nick West, Mishcon De Reya LLP
- Richard Saxon, Joint Contracts Tribunal
- Stephen Hamil, National Building Specification
Tickets are available for virtual attendance and can be exchanged before 07 October. Student discount is available. For further details, visit the CBC website.
Virtual Conference (Days 2 & 3): £70
Virtual Workshops and Conference (All Days): £90
Construction Blockchain Consortium
The Construction Blockchain Consortium is a joint initiative by the UCL Department of Computer Science and The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment. They investigate the development of open source tools on behalf of the industry, to encourage application developers to build proprietary technology and services that deliver sustainable construction solutions.
This event is co-organised by the UCL Department of Computer Science and The Bartlett Faculty of the Built Environment.
Image: Courtesy of Construction Blockchain Consortium.