The IEEE Blockchain Initiative was launched in January 2018 to pursue a comprehensive set of projects and activities through various committees focused on community development, conferences, education, publications, standards, and special projects. As part of the community development, over 14 IEEE blockchain community groups have been launched all over the world. Currently, IEEE has several active blockchain standards working groups (P2418 and P2140 series) focused on the areas of finance, IoT, energy, agriculture, digital asset management, and healthcare. In the rapidly emerging blockchain field, IEEE standards seek to enable interoperability, integration, and adoptability in the ecosystem.

The ANON Blockchain Summit Austria will be a two-day conference focusing on real-life applications of blockchain in business, government, banking & finance, healthcare and energy. Experienced speakers, keen investors and opinion leaders will examine the opportunities and threats of this emerging technology. They will analyze the status quo and give a foresight on what we might expect in the future. IEEE Blockchain Initiative , together with the IEEE Global Office in Vienna, is participating in this Summit as a promotional partner to engage with the local companies and community members. Dr. Ramesh Ramadoss, a co-chair of the IEEE Blockchain Initiative, will participate as a speaker on the panel “Blockchain – an opportunity for energy producers and consumers?”.

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Speaker’s Bio:
Ramesh Ramadoss is an entrepreneur, researcher, author, and international speaker based in Silicon Valley. He is a co-chair of the IEEE Blockchain Initiative. He is also the chair of the IEEE P2418.1 Blockchain Standards Working Group. Currently, he is the President & CEO of BitCasas Inc., a blockchain startup focusing on legally compliant security tokens for real estate mortgage loans. He received his Bachelor of Engineering degree from Thiagarajar College of Engineering, Madurai Kamaraj University, India in May 1998 and PhD degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Colorado at Boulder in May 2003. From Jun. 2003 to Dec. 2007, he was employed as an Assistant Professor in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering at Auburn University, Auburn, AL. He has 10 years of industrial experience as a Manager/Director in technology companies in Silicon Valley. He is the author or coauthor of 1 book, 4 book chapters and 55 papers. He has conducted R&D projects for DARPA, NASA, US Army, US Air Force, Sandia National Labs, and Motorola Labs.