February 19-20 | The Stanford Blockchain Conference

This conference explores methods of security engineering and risk management in blockchain systems. We are interested in the application of cryptography, decentralized protocols, formal methods, and empirical analysis to improving security or mitigating risk in blockchain deployments. We aim to foster multidisciplinary collaboration among practitioners and researchers in blockchain protocol development, cryptography, distributed systems, secure computing, crypto-economics, and engineering and economic risk analysis.

Frances C. Arrillaga Alumni Center
326 Galvez Street, Stanford, CA, USA

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to, the following:

– Cryptography & distributed systems
– Formal methods and Programming Language Theory
– Attack analysis and threat modeling
– Secure scaling
– Confidentiality
– Hardware
– Testing & deployment
– Cryptoeconomics
– Third party ecosystem

Program Committee

– Shashank Agrawal, Visa Research
– Oleg Andreev, Interstellar
– Sean Bowe, Electronic Coin Company
– Christian Cachin, University Bern
– Jan Camenisch, Dfinity
– Stefan Dziembowski, University of Warsaw
– Ben Fisch, Stanford University
– Chaya Ganesh, Aarhus University
– Nicola Greco, Protocol Labs
– Fredrik Harrysson, Parity
– Lucianna Kiffer, Northeastern University
– Giuilio Malavolta, Carnegie Mellon University
– Mary Maller, University College London
– Neha Narula, MIT Media Lab
– Valeria Nikolenka, Calibria
– Ling Ren, UIUC
– Tim Ruffing, Blockstream
– Alessandra Scafuro, North Carolina State
– Barry Whitehat, Ethereum Foundation
– Elaine Shi, Cornell University
– Mahdi Zamani, Visa Research

Website: cbr.stanford.edu/sbc20


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