BST – Blockchain for Smart Transactions
Demonstrating usages and services made possible by the use of a third party.
The blockchain technology is likely to revolutionize transactions and exchanges; just as the internet has enabled peer-to-peer communication, the blockchain technology will in the coming years provide peer-to-peer transactions with a decentralised and autonomous logic. The focus on its possible applications today is akin to taking a step ahead of the next stage of the digital revolution and the advent of a “horizontal” society without intermediaries.
Launched in 2016 for a four-year period, the BST project aims to address three major challenges for project partners and their clients: improving their service offer, optimising costs and developing new uses.
- Identifying uses that can enhance services around digital trust based on blockchain architectures.
- Defining the technical, legal, economic and social conditions that allow the deployment of blockchain oriented services.
- Developing a modular digital platform for the instantiation of cross-domain use cases based on a blockchain.
|Data science and AI|
|Digital security and blockchain|
- Connected vehicle;
Supervised theses in the framework of the project
Thesis #1: Applicability of legal texts on BlockchainHanna-Mae Bisserier, Célia Zolinsky (Paris 1), Daniel Augot (Inria), Charles Kremer (The Blockchain XDev)
Thesis #2: Consensus blockchain and IoT
Antoine Durand, Gérard Mémmi (Telecom Paris Tech), David Leporini (Atos), Khalifa Toumi (IRT SystemX)
Thesis #3: Secure multiparty calculation and blockchain
Lucas Benmouffok, Daniel Augot (Inria), Kalpana Singh (IRT SystemX)
Thesis #4: Visual analysis for blockchain data mining
Natkamon Tovanich, Jean-Daniel Fekete and Petra Isenberg (Inria), Nicolas Heulot (IRT SystemX)