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R3 & Hyperledger project: Technical deep down of R3 corda code with R3

  • HSBC - Headquarters

    8 Canada Square, London E14 5HQ, London (map)

    51.505447 -0.017453

  • ******ID is REQUIRED at the door!******

    Please confirm your attendance! Due to security requirements, ONLY registrations with full names (as on ID) will be included in the attendee list.

    !!! Limited room capacity. Please do NOT RSVP to waitlist here - use EVENTBRITE.COM

    The December event will take a place on the 40th floor lounge space in the building with a nice view and drinks aiming at a (bit early) Christmas party with Hyperledger community, not to mention discussing the future of blockchain technologies in Finance.

    Agenda 

    5:45 - Doors open. Networking. 

    6:15 - Welcome. 

    6:30 - Talk #1. R3 Corda open source initiative. Technical deep down of R3 Corda codes, with Mike Hearn, James Carlyle and Roger Willis of R3 CEV

    7:10 - Q&A break.

    7:30 - Talk #2 & Fire side chat. Future of private blockchain technology and Hyperledger project, with Anthony O'Dowd and John McLean of IBM, Barry Childe of HSBC, Sofus Mortensen of Nordea Markets, and Mark Simpson of RBS

    9:00 - Q&A break & wrap-up.

    Drinks 

    Speakers:

    • James Carlyle, Chief Engineer, MD at R3 CEV 

    James has a detailed knowledge of financial services, gained through the implementation of architecture and design of large and complex projects. His focus has been on application architectures associated with core banking, operations, servicing, channels and integration domains. James has 25 years of in-depth IT experience as a software engineer, data architect, entrepreneur, innovator and designer.  

    James joined R3 to help define an architecture for interbank shared ledgers and smart contracts, and to lead the engineering team to build prototypes and a reference implementation. James is also involved in setting up a shared collaboration lab, which banks can use to perform experiments using new blockchain technologies by interacting with each other.

    • Mike Hearn, Lead platform engineer at R3 CEV 

    Mike is currently Lead engineer at R3 CEV working on the Corda platform.

    Roger Willis, Developer Relations Lead at R3 CEV

    Roger is a distributed ledger enthusiast, software developer, chartered accountant. He is currently working as Corda developer advocate and Senior Associate at R3.

    • John McLean, VP Global Blockchain Labs Engagement at IBM

    John is a software development executive of 30 years industry experience, having a proven track record of project delivery and execution, with leadership knowledge of large technology organisations, technology trends and innovation agendas.

    At IBM, John is responsible for Client Engagement for Blockchain worldwide, explaining IBM strategy and POV, engagement with customer to help clients define use cases and solutions across all industries with the blockchain technology.

    •  Anthony O'Dowd, Solution Architect, Blockchain Technologies at IBM

    Anthony is working in IBM's Worldwide Blockchain Labs helping clients with solution architecture and application design for decentralised ledger systems. He has hands on design experience with Linux Foundation Open Ledger project and other open source blockchain technologies.

    • Barry Childe, Head of Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technology at HSBC

    Barry is a Technology Scientist / Blockchain & HPC specialist, Specialist in Financial Services IT and Distributed Computing, Member of Thomson Reuters, Microsoft customer advisory boards.

    His specialties include: Blockchain and DLT, Cloud, BigData, HPC, Co-Lo, E-Trading, Finance, exotics, flow, trading, market data, grid, datagrid, database, management, web, ecommerce, stp, Market Data

    • Sofus Mortensen, Chief Quantitative Analyst in Model Development at Nordea Markets

    Sofus currently works at Nordea Markets, the international markets operation of Nordea - the leading bank in the Nordic and Baltic regions. 

    Sofus has a "day job" working on FX models for risk and pricing, and a "night job" working on Blockchain/Distributed Ledger Technology representing Nordea in the Distributed Ledger Group. Sofus is also an active developer on R3 Corda.

    • Mark Simpson, Distinguished Engineer at Royal Bank of Scotland

    Mark ‘Bart’ Simpson currently works in the Innovation Engineering team at RBS. He has over 20 years of development experience in both retail and wholesale banking and has designed and built portfolio trading, algorithmic trading, trade processing and reference data systems. He has also worked on risk, cash management, clearing and data distribution systems in RBS. 

    Mark has been working with block chain technologies since the beginning of 2016 and using them to build prototypes for use cases across the bank.

    He has worked on IBM Hyperledger Fabric, Ethereum and Corda from the R3 group.

    Big Thank you to our venue and catering Sponsor - HSBC!


    SPACE IS LIMITED - Thank you for registering on EVENTBRITE.COM!


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  • Yiseul C.

    Hi All!! Really sorry about the last minute call for asking re-confirmation. All organizers are based in different cities and we got confused of the capacity limit of venue. The space capacity is 70 and we have 15 speakers & panels from 5 organization, and the eventbrite currently allowed more people than capacity limit booking 120 people (the capacity limit is legal issue, so we can't stretch it...). We really need your understanding about the capacity limit and cooperation for reconfirmation to make sure if the event wouldn't be illegal(?), the space not be unpleasantly packed and provide enough food and drinks for attendants. Please check your email and reconfirm your attendance, and really sadly we might email to some of last joiners on eventbrite.. :-( :-( :-(

    I have been asking around about Fire regulation and different spaces in the building for all week, but there's no other ways to increase the capacity.. Really sorry about this, and really look forward to meeting you!

    1 · 3 days ago

  • Ilesh D.

    I thought their was another event at HSBC same evening ? Future of Blockchain in Finance (or similar) is this seperate OR has it now changed ?

    1 · November 17

    • Renat

      Hi Ilesh, it's that same event :) We changed the title as the topic and agenda are now being reviewed. Hope to have it all confirmed soon! Please stay tuned for some more changes.

      1 · November 17

    • Yiseul C.

      Really sorry I kept changing the title to encapsulate the contents better ;-( (really sorry about all confusion), there will be only ONE blockchain related event inside HSBC on the date!

      1 · November 17

  • Alex

    Be aware this now clashes with an already planned meetup of the exact same topic.

    2 · November 16

    • Yiseul C.

      because of competition over venue in December and to avoid overlap with xmas parties from mid Dec, we had to choose 6th as the date.. :-( hmm do you have the url for the event?

      1 · November 17

  • Renat

    Dear all, the venue will have limited capacity, so we ask you to update your RSVPs if you cannot attend! Please make sure you are registered on Eventbrite: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/london-meetup-the-future-of-blockchain-in-finance-tickets-28600268172

    1 · November 16

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