HCSSA Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Summit
About the Summit
哈佛HCSSA区块链峰会将于2018年4月29日在Harvard Science Center举行。本次峰会将邀请不同专业背景的中美区块链专家与投资人汇聚于哈佛大学，共同分享和探讨区块链技术发展趋势与前沿应用。本次峰会将设置会前Workshop与多领域的会议议程，我们致力于推动大波士顿地区大众对于区块链技术创新的认知同时，更希望打造多学科背景的区块链深层次交流平台，推动挖掘新的区块链商业模式和潜在机会。
HCSSA Blockchain and Cryptocurrency Summit will be hosted at Harvard Science Center on April 29th, 2018. We are bringing together tens of leading experts and investors in the blockchain field with diverse backgrounds this year to share their insights in the blockchain technology trends and industrial application. Our summit is designed with pre-Summit Workshop and multiple panels in different topics. The summit will go beyond promoting public understanding of blockchain technology. We are devoted to create value by building the platform of networking, intellectual sharing and collaboration among blockchain professionals and helping discover more opportunities in this field.
Our guest speakers come from diverse backgrounds, including government, financial institutions, healthcare companies, blockchain technology startups as well as cryptocurrency-related firms. They will provide different perspectives on the cutting-edged and fresh technology industrial application, in sectors such as finance, healthcare, global payment and governance etc.
（嘉宾名单按首字母排序 speakers name shown in alphabetical order）
Manny Alicandro, MANA Partners LLC, General Counsel and Head of Regulatory Technology (ex deputy general counsel at NASDAQ)
Tom Bollich, CTO of MadHive
Kailong Cai, Chief Strategy Officer and US CEO of Huobi
Elisabeth Carpenter, COO, Circle
Umar Farooq, Managing director, JP morgan Global head of blockchain initiative
David Fragale, Ex-blockchain lead at PWC, Co-founder and chief product officer at Atonomi
Sho Guo, VP of Marketing & Partnerships at ObEN, Inc
Feng Han, Co-founder of elastors, Research associate at Columbia University
Jennifer Jiang, Director, Z-park Boston Fintech Center
Yidong Jin, CEO of Ebao Tech
Andre Keys, ConsenSys Capital co-founder
Juno Lee, Head of Strategy and Operations of supervision & regulation, Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco
Emma Liao, Co-founder of Ultrain
Paul Liu, Founder and President of FAB Foundation
Eric Meltzer, Partner at INBlockchain
Andrew Sandoe, Senior partner and CIO of Fidelis Capital Investment
Elaine Shi, Associate Professor at Cornell University, Co-founder of IC3
Ray Valdes, CTO of ConsenSys
Fredrik Voss, Vice President at NASDAQ for Blockchain Strategy
Aries Wang, Founder of Bibox
Marshal Webb, Chief Technology Officer, Path Network, LLC
Jeffrey Wernick, Angel Investor, Quantum Chain Advisor
Zhijun Zhang, Lead Information Security Architect at The World Bank Group, Founding Member of its Blockchain Lab
The Harvard Chinese Students and Scholars Association (HCSSA) was founded in 1994, celebrating her twenty-third anniversary this year. HCSSA is dedicated to strengthening the connections between Chinese students and scholars and the motherland, advocating for the rights and interests of Chinese students and scholars, and promoting social, intellectual and cultural interactions between Chinese students and scholars and other organizations at Harvard. Through more than two decades of continuous effort, HCSSA has enhanced her reputation and become one of the most influential student organizations on the East Coast in the U.S. Since 2012 HCSSA has risen to become one of ten University-Wide Student Groups across Harvard. Looking toward the future, HCSSA is dedicated to serving as a bond for connecting Chinese students and scholars and the motherland, a platform for value sharing, a bridge for achieving dreams, and a window for China-U.S. cultural exchange.
We are actively seeking for partners. For additional details about our blockchain summit or the interest in potential collaboration opportunities, you are encouraged to contact us through Email.
8 AM - 8 PM EDT
Science Center Hall B
1 Oxford Street
Cambridge, MA 02138
Nottingham Alumni Association Ningbo (NAAN) – Southern California Chapter
The University of Nottingham Ningbo China (UNNC) was the first sino-foreign university to open its doors in China in 2004. Its alumni network has been constructed and supported by global alumni chapters of Nottingham Alumni Association Ningbo (NAAN), including graduates from UK campus. As the second chapter in US, NAAN’s Southern California Chapter (NAAN-SoCal) was founded in 2016. NAAN-SoCal is a member of Chinese University Alumni Association Alliance of Southern California (CUAAASC) as well. Internally, NAAN-SoCal represents the interests of the local UNNC alumni and helps to strengthen relationships between the alumni and the university. It aims to provide life-long services to the alumni and support the broader objectives of UNNC in engaging the university's alumni community. Externally, it establishes a supportive platform for the communication and cooperation among China, US, and UK. NAAN-SoCal will continue playing an active role and making a positive contribution to the development of the local community in an international environment.