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The INATBA Academic Advisory Board is proud to announce the 1st edition of Blockchain Horizons, INATBA’s academic and R&D forum, bringing you a full-day of visionary conversations about the future impact of blockchain technology. This event will explore blockchain’s potential across various sectors, including information technology, health, transport, finance, education, governments, and democracy, with a strong focus on research and academic activities.

 

The forum aims to bring together global experts to present and discuss the latest research in the DLT space and put forward an actionable strategy and recommendations for advancing sustainable global adoption and real-world impact of DLT in various sectors. At the same time, the purpose is to encourage collaboration between researchers and businesses in order to realise the applicability of the latest research in the real world.

Don’t miss out on this forum to present your research findings and emphasise their importance among academic peers and industry representatives.

 

We invite researchers, scholars, and experts to contribute to this transformative discourse. Share your insights and findings in the areas listed on the right (submissions on related topics will also be considered).

 

Deadline for submissions: 28 February 2024

 

Submission is done via Ledger Journal platform. Registration is required first. As an alternative, you can submit your abstract via email to bara.greplova (a) inatba.org.

Submission Criteria

All abstracts shall be submitted using the registration button above which leads you to the Ledger Journal platform. Abstracts must not be longer than 1.000 words (plus references). We will reach out to you after the 20th of March to let you know if your application was successful.

Submission Steps

1. Register on the platform
2. Click on “New submission”
3. Select “Conference Submissions” in the “Section” field
4. Write “Blockchain Horizons submission” in the “Comments for the Editor” field
5. Fill out the rest of the fields and follow the instructions as described in the form

 

Fee structure: Submissions to Blockchain Horizons are free of charge. However, if you like, you can consider donating to Ledger Journal.

Evaluation Criteria & Publication

Abstracts / Short Papers will undergo evaluation for originality, relevancy, accuracy, and research depth. All submissions should report original and previously unpublished research results, regardless of the research paper type.

 

We encourage you to invite your colleagues to submit their original research for paper presentation and publication opportunities. Selected abstracts / short papers will be invited to submit full-length papers for a special issue in the Ledger Journal after the forum.

Contact Information

For any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to the organizing committee at bara.greplova@inatba.org.

Katarina Adam

Katarina Adam, Prof

HTW Berlin

Nena Dokuzov

Nena Dokuzov

Government of Slovenia

Paolo Giudici

Paolo Giudici, Prof.

University of Pavia

David Arroyo Guardeño

David Arroyo Guardeño, Dr.

Spanish National Research Council

Jonathan Heiß

Jonathan Heiß, Dr.-Ing.

Technische Universität Berlin

Florian Möslein

Florian Möslein, Prof.

Philipps-University Marburg

Volker Skwarek

Volker Skwarek, Prof Dr

Hamburg university

Elisabet Ström

Elisabet Ström

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