Building new trust with blockchain
Blockchains have been touted by technology experts around the world as the next big technological revolution, creating trust where trust never existed before and enabling technologies and services once thought of as science fiction. Carnegie Mellon University CyLab researchers, many of whom are focusing on financial information risk management, are determined to bring these dreams of blockchain to fruition.
Carnegie Mellon is turning blockchain hype into reality.
Dozens of faculty and graduate students across multiple disciplines at Carnegie Mellon are working towards making the vision of blockchain technology a reality. A number of courses at the University currently focus on cryptography and its applications to blockchains and cryptocurrencies, and research projects span those improving smart contracts, systems and the economics and policies surrounding blockchains.
CMU partners with leading payments company Ripple to accelerate innovation in blockchain & cryptocurrency
Carnegie Mellon University has announced a partnership with Ripple's University Blockchain Research Initiative (UBRI) to support academic research, technical development and innovation in blockchain, cryptocurrency and digital payments.