Webinar: How to Apply to the TruBlo Open Call #1

Please join us for a one hour webinar. Time: 26 February at 10:00 CET. A link to register is provided below.

Webinar picture (stock)

The TruBlo webinar on 26 February at 10:00 CET provides information about the TruBlo Open Call No. 1 with presentations from TruBlo partners.

Questions we cover:

  • What is the scope, who can apply?
  • How to apply?
  • How will partner Alastria provide technical support with blockchain infrastructure?
  • How will partner ATC provide business support?

There is an opportunity for interested applicants to put their questions to the TruBlo team in a Q&A session following the presentations.

What is your idea or concept for the next-generation technology for distributed trust? If this is your area of work, why not consider an application? The TruBlo project is calling for researchers, innovators and developers from academia, startups, high tech companies or natural person(s).

  • A total budget of € 950.000 is available.
  • Opening date: 18 January 2021, 12:00 CET
  • Closing date: 19 March 2021, 17:00 CET

Contents of the webinar:

  • 10:00 Toni Paradell from Worldline and Mirko Lorenz from Deutsche Welle Introduction
  • 10:02 Antonis Litke from NTUA Objectives and Scientific challenges
  • 10:10 Violeta Vasileva from F6S The Open Call application
  • 10:22 Montse Guardia from Alastria TruBlo Technical Infrastructure
  • 10:32 Anna Triantafillou from ATC Technical, Business and Support Services
  • 10:40 Question & Answer Session
  • 11:00 End

Register here: https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1897848742122124815

Further details about TruBlo and Open Call #1 are provided here:

Photo by J. Kelly Brito on Unsplash

22. February 2021

Written by Mirko Lorenz

Mirko Lorenz, Innovation Manager Research and Cooperation team at Deutsche Welle. More: DW Innovation

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