School Events

31.03.2017

Blockchain Development on Ethereum

About the Workshop
Please join Vitalik Buterin for a crash course in developing your first Blockchain application on Ethereum. Blockchain has emerged as one of the most exciting technologies in our time, and the potential and opportunities range for applications from healthcare to finance to logistics and identity. As an business / engineering student, understanding this core technology may be a significant benefit after you graduate.

Goal of Session
Engage students to get a crash course in Ethereum development. By the end of the session they will have created some simple smart contracts within the Ethereum framework on the Ethereum testnet.

Updated Equipment
Attendees should bring their laptop to the session. In advance, please download and install the "Geth - Go Ethereum" Framework.

Download link - https://geth.ethereum.org/downloads/
Installation guideline - https://ethereum.github.io/go-ethereum/install/

About the Speaker
Vitalik Buterin cofounded Bitcoin Magazine in September 2011, and after two and a half years looking at what the existing blockchain technology and applications had to offer, wrote the Ethereum white paper in November 2013. He now leads Ethereum's research team, working on future versions of the Ethereum protocol. Vitalik is a Peter Thiel Scholar, and winner of the 2015 World Technology Award.  

Vitalik Buterin

Event Details

Host HKUST Business School and Ethereum Hong Kong Meetup
Sponsors Jen Advisors and InvestHK
Date 31 March 2017 (Friday)
Updated Time 4:15 pm (Registration)
4:30 - 5:00 pm (Pre-Workshop Dialogue Session)
5:00 - 6:00 pm (Seminar and Workshop)
Venue Lecture Theatre E,
HKUST Campus, Clearwater Bay, Hong Kong
(Please note that the venue of this event has been changed to Lecture Theatre E due to overwhelming response.)
Admission Open to HKUST students and faculty members
Language English

Registration
Seats are limited so please fill in the online registration form at your earliest convenience. A confirmation email will be sent to your email account with event details shortly.

Enquiries
For questions, please contact Mr Ray Lee on (852) 2358 8934 or bmpr@ust.hk.