Who is the programme aimed at?
Blockchain Management, Technology and Business Cases is targeted to participants involved in the transformation of their business, while exploring the Digital Ledger Technology and wish to reach a level of security, efficiency, and privacy. It targets those professionals who are directly or indirectly involved in bringing business solutions through the Blockchain technology.
Key admissions criteria
- Master's degree or
- Bachelor's degree in IT or Economics
- Proof of senior professional experience
- Proficiency in English is a must
Acquire essential knowledge in the three domains necessary for reaching optimal strategies and implementations.
The quality of the lecturers
Benefit from leading practitioners who share their wealth of knowledge.
A significant career boost
Boost your career trajectory with the knowledge acquired and the contacts established throughout the programme.
Innovative digital ledger opportunities
Reinventing the enterprises requires mastery on new transformational technologies. Digital ledger technology is a primary booster of today's business model.
Blockchain implementation cycle
Beyond the technology and the innovative aspect of this domain, organisations need to succeed in steering a strategy, mastering technology, security and protection as well as using the most adequate concept.
Blockchain body of knowledge
The essential domains of knowledge are covered for various applications from legal, technical to the complete mastery of the complexity.
3 Modules & 1 Workshop
1 - Fundamentals
7 sessions: January → April
Session 1 Fundamentals: Introduction: cryptographic basics and consensus mechanisms
Session 2 Fundamentals: Transactions, wallets, smart-contracts
Session 3 Business: identity, applications and considerations
Session 4 Cryptonomics: money, securities and corporate finance
Session 5 Cryptonomics: prosumer incentives, mechanisms and token design
Session 6 Legal aspects: Taxation, privacy and legal-status of contracts
Session 7 In practice: use-case framework + start-up experience
Session 8 In practice: use-case development
2 - Technology
8 sessions: April → June
Session 1: Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies — Reference architecture
Session 2: Overview of and interactions between smart contracts in blockchain and distributed ledger technology systems
Session 3: In-depth look at how the different blockchain technologies, frameworks and consensus mechanisms work
Session 4: Off-chain storage solutions, blockchain IOT applications, cross-blockchain data anchoring and more
Session 5: Ethereum smart contracting: Solidity basics
Session 6: Hyperledger Fabric introduction to chaincode & infrastructure
Session 7: Hyperledger Fabric advanced chaincode & deployment
Session 8: Blockchain Security risks, threats and vulnerabilities
3 - Business Cases
8 sessions: April → June
Session 1: Financial and insurance
Session 2: Blockchain in the Agro/Food industry; Blockchain for Logistics
Session 3: Blockchain for Government
Session 4: Blockchain in Industy 4.0 ; Blockchain for Building/construction sector
Session 5: Blockchain in Entertainment and Media
Session 6: Introduction to various success cases and initial ideas: criteria for success and where did it work?
Session 7: Financial and insurance Part 2
Session 8: Different perspective (Incumbant, stratup, Investor, regulator, technology provider, et..)
Session 9: Presentation of cases
4 - Workshop
8 Sessions: April → June
Participants have to select a workshop and work in groups to develop practical cases related to Technology (module 2) or Application (module 3).
Session 1: Initiate group case development
Session 2: Group case development (Confirm topic selection and define expectations)
Session 3: Deliver project planning
Session 4: Document project deliverables
Session 5: Group discussion on progress
Session 6: Group discussion on progress
Session 7: Case presentations
Session 8: Case presentations
More programme features
A blend of learning experiences
- Interactive in-class lectures, including an array of exercises & real-life cases, videos and simulations;
- Individual preparation based on cases and readings prior to and after the course;
- Guest lectures on complementary topics, featuring practitioners and experts in various fields and major;
- Final assessment to validate the completion of each module.