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Ivan Kotuliak

(dekan FIIT STU v Bratislave)

8. októbra 2020 o 14.30 hod.

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Prednáška bude v slovenskom jazyku, prezentácia je v anglickom jazyku.

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Abstrakt

ČO BY MALI ĽUDIA VENUJÚCI SA AI VEDIEŤ O BLOCKCHAINE?

Cieľom seminára je zoznámiť poslucháčov s technológiou blockchain, založenou na zreťazení blokov a bezpečnom a distribuovanom uložení informácií. Technológia Blockchain sa používa hlavne ako náhrada databázy v špecifických aplikáciách, kde je dôležité určiť aj existenciu záznamu, ale aj jeho neexistenciu. Práve dôkaz neexistencie je silnou stránkou technológie. Zo svojej povahy následne ide mimoriadne transparentný typ databázy. Seminár sa okrem vysvetlenia blockchain venuje prípadom použitia v aplikáciách. Digitálne meny sú spomínané iba okrajovo.


Abstract

The main goal of the seminar is to provide a basics in Blockchain Technology based in Blocks chaining and distributing allocation of information. Blockchain technology is applied as database in specific applications, where is crucially important to identify record existence or its non-existence. The prove of non-existence of record is a strong part of this technology. This fact makes a Blockchain very transparent type of database. Beside a technology principles I will mention also Blockchain application cases. Digital currency will be mentioned only in the minor way.

Prof. Ivan Kotuliak is dean of the Faculty of Informatics and Information Technologies. He is full professor in Applied Informatics at Slovak University of Technology. He is also Slovak representant for „Information for All“ program Slovak commission of UNESCO and Slovak expert within European Blockchain Forum (EC).

His research activities lastly focused on Blockchain and its application into public and also private activities to enhance governance. Previous orientation and successful research projects included network performance, including NGN architecture, wireless and mobile networking, VoIP systems and Future Internet. He has been author and co-author of more than sixty scientific papers and leads and participates on several international and national research projects.