• Fritz Henglein

    Professor, KU

    Bio: 

    Fritz Henglein's research is on semantic, logical and algorithmic aspects of programming languages, high-performance functional programming, domain-specific languages, digital smart contracts, blockchain/distributed ledger systems, financial technology.    

    Title of presentation: 

    Smart contracts as a driver of the digital economy  

    Abstract of presentation: 

    The panel draws on experts in digital ledger technology, contract specification language, digital law, and cybersecurity to explore how smart digital contracts are used to reframe the prevailing business models and drive a new digital economy. The panel focuses on how digital contracts can generate business value while reinforcing regional development, financial inclusion, and green transition.
     

    Speaker for following sessions
    • Amager Strandpark
      30-11-2 -
      Organized by CBS

      The panel will bring together experts in blockchain, digital ledger technology, contract specification language, digital law, and cybersecurity to explore how smart digital contracts are used to reframe the prevailing business models and drive a new digital economy. The panel will focus on the application of digital contracts in smart financial instruments and new business constellations to generate business value while reinforcing regional development, financial inclusion, and green transition at the backdrop of the upcoming regulatory initiatives in Denmark and the European Union.

      Program:
      Introduction: Michel Avital, Professor, Copenhagen Business School
      Scientific Talk: "Smart Contracts", Fritz Henglein, Prof., University of Copenhagen
      Demonstration: Boris Düdder, Dr., University of Copenhagen Raghava Mukkamala, Dr., Copenhagen Business School
      Panel debate: Martin von Haller, Partner, Bird & Bird Fritz Henglein, Prof., University of Copenhagen Florian Herzog, Dr., CTO, Deon Digital Jan B Lillelund, CTO, IBM Denmark

      Session coordinator: Michel Avital, Prof., Copenhagen Business School
      Facilitator: Michel Avital, Prof., Copenhagen Business School
      Smart contracts as a driver of the digital economy
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