SEED2019 Blockchain training, scientific infrastructure and hackathon Hack & SEED, 25-28.02 in Davos Find out how to transform new industries with blockchain and other peer-to-peer technologies with the example of the
SEED2019 Blockchain training, scientific infrastructure and hackathon Hack & SEED, 25-28.02 in Davos
Find out how to transform new industries with blockchain and other peer-to-peer technologies with the example of the scientific ecosystem. Attend workshops about these technologies, apply the knowledge to the case study and take home the right tools to enrich your own projects.
This educational retreat in wintery Davos has an incredible line-up of speakers and tutors ranging from scientists, through legal professionals, innovators, and technology experts. SEED also features a side event Hack & SEED, which is a hackathon on the topic of Global Goals for Sustainable Development and decentralized technologies.
Discover the potential of blockchain in science
Intersecting blockchain and science has a great potential for incentivizing collaboration and openness in science, finding new ways of funding research projects, and empowering the scientific community.
This means that this technology can revolutionize more than just the financial system.
Learn the basics of the blockchain technology, as well as the peer-to-peer technology beyond blockchain. Get introduced to the global landscape of science. Immerse yourself in the scientific and industrial worlds, and where they intersect.
Meet industry experts, lawyers, scientists, librarians, technologists from all around the world. Co-create the future of blockchain and other peer-to-peer technologies with design thinking methodology. SEED is not just about talking, it’s about building. Develop ideas, which have direct impact on the future of the knowledge of mankind, and bring them to life after SEED.
We turn your idea into code
SEED is just the beginning – we’ll turn the best idea into open source code.. Leave SEED with the right background and tools to transfer what you’ve learnt into your own project. Imagine developing advanced ideas in your own field and testing them in your own environment!
february 25 (Monday) - 28 (Thursday) CEST