Please join the Construction Blockchain Consortium and The Fu Foundation of Engineering and Applied Sciences at Columbia University on the May 23rd, from 6:00 pm to 8:00 pm for an evening discussion of blockchain applications in the Architectural, Engineering, Construction and Logistics industries.
Blockchain is one of the most talked about but least clearly understood technologies today. However, it has the potential to change how data is managed, how events in the material supply chain are recorded, Architectural, Engineering, and Construction project management, and so much more.
This first event in New York City is an informal discussion led by Prof. Ibrahim Odeh and researcher Tanmay Bhalerao to identify potential collaborators and examine how this technology will affect the AEC industry and your business going forward.
The event is open to all and free to attend. Please make sure to REGISTER to gain access to the event:
Who is this event for? Individual professionals in architecture, engineering, construction, utilities, logistics, facilities, owners and developers, and ancillary services; entrepreneurs, investors; startups; companies. If you are interested in being part of the innovative movement in the built environment, this event is meant for you.