Webinar: Blockchain for the Food Industry
How can the food industry and research profit from each other when it comes to reliable tracking systems, data sharing, and sustainability? This webinar showcases some successful projects.
This webinar is the fourth in a series of six webinars hosted by DIKU Business Club in 2020 focusing on areas within computer science having an impact on the industry.
Who should participate?
The webinar is relevant to researchers, decision-makers and R&D people in the food industry or other manufacturing industries engaged in food data and Blockchain, tracking and data exchange as well as sustainability and CSR.
Anders Pall Skött is Head of DIKU Business Collaboration and Innovation
Anders Iversen is Innovation Manager at the National Food & Bio Cluster Denmark.
Can blockchain technology aid in tracking and tracing coffee all the way from coffee trees to coffee cups? How can we ensure that origin, sustainable production and fair trade claims are worth more than the paper they are printed on? We present preliminary collaborative research project results building an event-based digital shadow for (bio)materials production, processing, certification, transportation and trading.
Fritz Henglein is professor of programming languages and systems at DIKU, the Department of Computer Science at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH), and Head of Research at Deon Digital AG.
Ivar Ravn is CEO at SEGES DIGITAL. SEGES is the leading agricultural knowledge and innovation centre in Denmark offering sustainable solutions for the agriculture and food sector of tomorrow
In a recent study, Peter Larsen Kaffe explores the benefits from the blockchain technology with respect to improving sustainabilty in the supply chain within fields such as tracking, revenues, documentation of origin, etc.
Lars Aaen Thøgersen is Chief Innovation and Circular Transformation Officer at Löfbergs and Head of Communication at Peter Larsen Kaffe
The webinar - which is conducted in Zoom - will allow for questions and answers using the Q&A Function in Zoom at the end of the webinar. As all participants are anonymous to the speakers, please indicate your name and country of origin when posing questions to the panelists.
It is free to join the webinar but sign up is required.
Webinars in the series
This webinar is a part of a series of six webinars from DIKU Business Club running the rest of 2020 focusing on themes within computer science that has an impact on the industry. The webinars take place on the following dates:
Topics will be announced and can be such as Gaming Industry, Food Industry/Tracking/Blockchain, Fintech, Energy - intelligent energy systems and Image analysis for the health sector/hospitals.