The call to participate in the LAPASSION Project 2020 is now open. The University of Salamanca will grant two scholarships to Higher Education students (USAL’s undergraduate or master's students) who are interested in going to Chile from March 30th to June 5th (10 weeks) to participate in the LAPASSION project.
Our Marie Curie fellow, Denisa Kera, presented her original method of anticipatory workshops on blockchain design and policy issues at the "Festival on Citizen Engagement" on 9-10 December 2019 in Brussels.
We were present at the I Workshop on Disruptive Information and Communication Technologies for Innovation and Digital Transformation, organized as part of the DISRUPTIVE project, which our research group, BISITE, is coordinating.
Blockchain is a disruptive technology that has penetrated many sectors, from finance and law to nutrition and transport. Our students are experts in different areas and we teach them how to optimally implement this technology.