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Blockchain Lecture 2023

DateWednesday 28 June 2023


LocationMawby Room


Join us for an enlightening session, “A Newcomer’s Exploration: Zero-Knowledge Cryptography, Blockchain, and Their Emerging Applications in Industry.” This talk aims to provide an introduction to the fundamental concepts of blockchain technology and zero-knowledge cryptography, as well as their potential to revolutionize various industries. Whether you’re a seasoned professional or a curious newcomer, this event will offer valuable insights into the world of advanced cryptography and decentralized systems.

In this talk, we’ll begin by breaking down the core principles of blockchain technology, exploring its decentralized nature and its potential to enhance security, transparency, and efficiency in a wide range of industries. We’ll then dive into the essentials of zero-knowledge proofs, a cryptographic technique that allows one party to prove the validity of a statement without revealing any information beyond the truth of the statement itself.

As we delve deeper into these cutting-edge technologies, we’ll discuss current and potential applications in various sectors, such as finance, healthcare, supply chain management, and beyond. We’ll also address the challenges and limitations faced by these technologies, as well as their implications for data privacy and security in our increasingly interconnected world.

Don’t miss this opportunity to expand your knowledge and stay ahead of the curve. Come explore the future of cryptography and blockchain technology with us, and discover the exciting possibilities that lie ahead for the industry.

This in-person event is free and open to all.

Refreshments will be served from 17:00. The talk will begin at 17:30.

Should you have any further queries, or unable to attend after booking, please contact

Open to: Members of Kellogg College, the public,