Welcome to the TUM Blockchain Research Cluster

The Blockchain Research Cluster (blockchain.tum.de) is an interdisciplinary network of chairs and research groups at the Technical University of Munich, which investigate and further develop the technical, economic, legal and social aspects of blockchain-based solutions.

The cluster organizes a monthly meeting for interested members of the Technical University of Munich as well as external guests to report on various topics (technologies, research results, applications). In addition, introductory events and lectures by guests take place.

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Ethereum and Proof of Stake

Burak Öz, a researcher at the chair for Software Engineering of Business Information Systems (sebis) at the Technical University of Munich (TUM), has written an article on Ethereum and Proof-of-Stake. You can read it here (German article).

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Explaining the Concept of Maximal Extractable Value

Maximal Extractable Value is a relatively new concept focusing on value that is to be gained from blockchain systems apart from intended rewards, such as a block reward.

Upcoming Events

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Blockchain Supported Supply Chain Finance: Tapping into Uncharted Territory

We will discuss opportunities and challenges of supporting supply chain finance with blockchain technology. As a participant you will learn from the knowledge and experience of our top speakers coming from leading firms and universities as well as hear about the latest research on the topic,…

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Certified Blockchain & DLT Manager: New course dates available!

Apply now for our TUM Certificate Program in Blockchain & Distributed Ledger Technologies with start in October 2020.