Join us for the 5th Annual IC3 Blockchain Camp! Due to Covid-19, this annual 7-day experience will be virtual. Our Camp technical committee of Surya Bakshi, Tyler Kell, and Patrick McCorry are preparing another unique immersive weeklong coding and learning experience. In addition to the tech talks, panels and projects, we are planning VR-enabled social activities, games, chat rooms, birds-of-a-feather discussions, and more.
IC3 universities represented include Berkeley, CMU, Cornell, Cornell Tech, EPFL, ETH Zurich, UCL, UIUC, and the Technion.
For examples of what to expect and testimonials by leaders in the blockchain community, please see the summary of the 2019 Blockchain Camp.
Join confirmed attendees this year including (in alphabetical order):
Ittai Abraham (VMware),
Mic Bowman (Intel),
Vitalik Buterin (Ethereum Foundation),
Phil Daian (IC3, Cornell),
Ittay Eyal (IC3, Technion),
Giulia Fanti (IC3, CMU),
Bryan Ford (IC3, EPFL),
Hudson Jameson (Ethereum Foundation),
Ari Juels (IC3, Cornell),
Tyler Kell (IC3, Cornell),
Tyrone Lobban (JP Morgan),
Dahlia Malkhi (Novi),
Mary Maller (Ethereum Foundation),
Patrick McCorry (IC3, anydot),
Sarah Meiklejohn (IC3, UCL),
Andrew Miller (IC3, UIUC),
Christine Moy (JP Morgan),
Sergey Nazarov (Chainlink),
Yorke Rhodes (Microsoft),
Emin Gun Sirer (IC3, Cornell)
Dawn Song (IC3, UC Berkeley),
Vlad Zamfir (Ethereum Foundation).
In addition to the tech talks, panels, and projects, we are planning VR-enabled social activities, games, chat rooms, birds-of-a-feather discussions, and more.
Please see the current agenda below and check back for updates.
We will offer two overlapping tracks: a presentation track and a coding track: The schedule was set based upon nominal awake hours across our campuses, i.e., the presentation program starts at 9 AM in Berkeley and ends at midnight in Haifa. Coding teams will work asynchronously, so don't let your time zone dissuade you from joining a team!
Option 1: The coding track includes all presentations, virtual social activities, and participation in a weeklong coding project on a 5 - 10 person team. This is limited to IC3 sponsors, faculty, staff, and students. In the coding track, you can expect to engage with leaders in the blockchain community - faculty, architects, developers, and students.
Option 2: The presentation track will be open to the public with many of the daily talks and panels the participants in the coding track join.
For registration in either track, please apply here.