Blockchain Lecture starts with over 450 Students

Since the beginning of the semester, the lecture "Blockchain-based Systems Engineering" takes place every Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Over 450 Students visit the lecture regularly, learning about cryptography, networks, the anatomy of Blockchain and different implementations such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger or novel approaches such as IOTA.

Since the beginning of the semester, the lecture "Blockchain-based Systems Engineering" takes place every Friday from 3 to 5 pm. Over 450 Students visit the lecture regularly, learning about cryptography, networks, the anatomy of Blockchain and different implementations such as Bitcoin, Ethereum, Hyperledger or novel approaches such as IOTA. Furthermore, the aspects of software engineering in Blockchain systems are covered.

The lecture is held by the sebis chair, and after successful participation in lecture, students can analyze Blockchain-based application systems. Further, they can create these systems for given use cases and select appropriate technology. They understand the technological foundations such that they are enabled to comprehend and assess alternative distributed ledger technologies.

The students can access the contents of the lecture via Moodle; further information can be found here.