Events

Overview of upcoming events

Guest Lecture | 20 December 2022, 14:15 CET

On the 20th December we organize a Guest Lecture given by Hugo Krawczyk title “Can a Public Blockchain Keep a Secret?”. The talk is inspired by the recent publication link.

About the speaker: Hugo is a member of the Algorand Foundation research group and responsible for the Algorand Centers of Excellence (ACE) Program and other academic research initiatives. As a cryptographer, he is best known as a main cryptography designer for numerous Internet Security standards and algorithms, and for his contributions to theoretical and applied cryptography. Hugo has been recognized as a Fellow of the International Association of Cryptologic Research (IACR) and as an IBM Fellow, and awarded the 2015 RSA Conference Award for Excellence in the Field of Mathematics, the 2018 Levchin Prize for Contributions to Real-World Cryptography, the 2019 NDSS conference Test of Time Award, and multiple IBM awards including two Corporate Awards.

If you want to join, use the given Zoom link: https://tum-conf.zoom.us/j/66771881066?pwd=LzQrRGtuc3FIWk85bUlkNDJzSUpudz09

Meeting ID: 667 7188 1066 Passcode: 800812

Get Together | 20 December 2022, 16:00 CET

After the Guest Lecture we organize a Get Together aimed at the TUM students interested in Blockchain, security, and privacy related topics. It is mostly networking event to connect students with various TUM Student clubs and TUM staff members (but not limited to).

The event is held in the TUM Campus Kneipe. In case you are interested to take part, reach out to mailto

Past events

Our Core Team Member presented Blockhain 101 and TUM Activities

One of our Core Team members Filip Rezabek presented introduction to blockchain together with his colleague from the TUM Jens Ernstberger as a part of the TUM Blockchain Club on the 7th December.

The event attracted students and professionals with various background - link to event.

hackaTUM | 18.–20. November 2022

hackaTUM is the official hackathon of the Department of Computer Science at the Technical University of Munich, which has taken place annually since 2016 and has grown to be one of the largest of its kind in the EU.

This year, the Algorand and the ACE-SUPPRA will offer a blockchain-related challenge for participants – be sure to check it out!

More information and application