Panel/Seminar/Colloquium

Financial Technology Seminar: Joseph Lubin, Co-founder of Ethereum, Founder of ConsenSys

Joseph Lubin is a co-founder of Ethereum and the founder of ConsenSys, a full-stack, global blockchain company. Lubin has established himself as a guiding force in the fast-growing blockchain industry and a powerful advocate of decentralized technology.

Master of Engineering in Financial Technology (FinTech) students enrolled in FinTech 501 do not need to register for this event.

All other Duke students, staff, and faculty who are interested in attending should contact Elizabeth Leslie (elizabeth.leslie@duke.edu).

A New Approach for Fighting Infectious Disease, Combining Game Theory and Network Theory

There is a categorically new way to fight disease, which could have a significant impact on not only COVID, but also future pandemics. Its origins come from math, game theory, and computer science. It's an app which is fundamentally different from every other app (and which resolves deep issues with "contact tracing apps").

Misinformation in Asian Diaspora Communities: Conversations with Rachel Kuo, Part 1

Preregistration is required.

A Conversation on Misinformation in Asian Diasporic Communities:

How does mis- and disinformation spread across diasporic social platforms? How do transnational histories of migration shape information networks and political discourses in Asian and Asian American communities? What do transnational media ecosystems reveal about intra-community dynamics across different Asian diasporas?

Cybersecurity Seminar: Brett Williams, Co-Founder of IronNet Cybersecurity and Former Director of Operations for U.S. Cyber Command

Master of Engineering in Cybersecurity students enrolled in CYBERSEC 501 do not need to register for this event.

All other Duke students, staff, and faculty who are interested in attending should contact Elizabeth Leslie (elizabeth.leslie@duke.edu).

Global Research and Educational Initiatives in the Design and Implementation of Women's Health Solutions

The Community-Engaged Scholarship Collaborative aims to continue cultivating a community of practice among faculty, students, staff and community partners by bringing together, working with and building on many existing initiatives and sources of support for engagement at Duke University.

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