Part 1: Technical Foundation by Bjørn Jæger, HiMolde and ManuNet4.0 research project
- February 27 1815-21 Symmetric Encryption.
- March 13 1815-21. Asymmetric Encryption.
- March 20 1815-21. Introduction to Blockchain Technologies.
Part 2: Bitcoin-Blockchain Programming by Norges Bitcoin og Blockchainforening
(The contents will be similar to: https://norgesbitcoinforening.no/workshop-bitcoin-blockchain-programming/)
Tentative dates and times
- April 9 1815-21. Technical Introduction to Bitcoin and Blockchain
- April 16 1815-21. Building our first Bitcoin Blockchain application
- April 23 1815-21. Enhancing our Bitcoin Blockchain application
Part 3: Summary and hand out of assignment needed to get study credits.
2 or 3 hours of lectures at selected weeks with guided exercises.
All exercises are mandatory to get credits.
A written report describing a case where blockchain technologies can be used in a supply chains. Expected length: 10 pages plus eventual source code.
After successfully completing this class, students should:
- Have practical skills in generating hash code for a given digital file.
- Have theoretical knowledge of the building blocks of blockchains
- Have an understanding of how bitcoin-blockchains can be applied in supply chains
- Participants that do not take an exam will have to pay a fee of 5000 NOK.