Blockchain is an emerging platform for developing decentralized applications and data storage, over and beyond its role as a platform for cryptocurrencies. The basic tenet of this platform is that it allows one to create a distributed and replicated ledger of events, transactions, and data generated through various IT processes with strong cryptographic guarantees of tamper resistance, immutability, and verifiability. Public blockchain platforms allow us to guarantee these properties with overwhelming probabilities even when untrusted users are participants of distributed applications. Even though, blockchain technology has become popularly known because of its use in the implementation of Cryptocurrencies such as BitCoin, Ethereum, etc., the blockchain platform holds much more promise in various areas such as time stamping, logging of important events in a system, recording transactions, e-governance etc. Many researchers are working on many such use cases such as Key Distribution, registry maintenance, health record management, decentralized authentication, decentralized DNS, etc. Also, corporations such as IBM and Microsoft are developing their own applications in diverse fields such as the Internet of Things (IoT). This workshop invites students, academicians and industry researchers to share innovative research work, projects, and their knowledge base in this burgeoning field of technology.
This course is ideal for Academicians, Professors, Teachers, B. Tech Students, BCA, MCA, BSc Computer Science, Graduates, Post Graduate and Doctoral (PhD) Students, Physicians and Medical Students, Researchers and Professionals Working in Government Sector, NGOs and Hospitals, Clinical and Health Researchers, Project Managers, Research Staff and Coordinators and Data Managers. Post Graduates, Doctoral Scholars and Medical Doctors who are currently working on their dissertation or recently completed their research work and interested to publish their research findings will greatly benefit from this course.
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Dr. Shailaja Tetali MBBS, MPH, M.M.Sc., PhD Dr. Shailaja Tetali has been with the Indian Institute of Public Health-Hyderabad since 2009, and is an Associate Professor. She has a PhD from the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. Her areas of interest include injury prevention, and the myriad effects of transportation on human health, including disability, as well as environment and occupational health. Dr Tetali has published several research papers in national and international peer reviewed journals.
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Last date to register 5th December 2019.
Registration Fee: 199 INR per participant.
The seats are limited up to 100 participants.
Registrations will be confirmed on first come first serve basis.
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