Outline of Moshan Lab
The joint virtual lab "Moshan Blockchain Lab at the University of Glasgow" has been launched on 21st October 2021. The lab was co-founded by the University of Glasgow and the blockchain company VBHLedger. Research of this lab focuses on blockchain fundamentals, algorithms and testbeds.
Research background and scope
Originally proposed as the backbone technology of bitcoin cryptocurrency, blockchain has become a revolutionary decentralised data management framework that can transform the way in which we share information. It offers immutable, transparent, secure and auditable ledger in a trust-less distributed environment, to verify the integrity and traceability of information/assets during their life cycle. Moreover, without a central authority’s involvement, blockchain-enabled smart contracts can significantly reduce manual interventions and thus improve efficiency.
In order to make this radically disruptive technology viable for various vertical sectors, there are several issues to be addressed, such as node scalability (because of the bandwidth burden), user privacy issues (because of the transparency feature), and the high performance p2p discover and chain building protocols and algorithms. This joint virtual lab aims to address the above challenges and apply blockchain technology to many industry sectors.
For a detailed description on Research Topics of moshan lab can be found here.
There are 8 senior engineers including the lab honorary chair Mr. Bo Wang, and 5 academics including the lab director Dr. Lei Zhang, 1 research associate from the University of Glasgow.
- Lab Honorary Chair Mr. Bo Wang
- Bochun Wang
- Jiaopeng Zhang
- Yang Yu
- Heng Mo
- Zhan Wang
- Shifu Wu
- Guodong Rao
News of Moshan Lab
Any news (including the research work, publications, events, etc.) of this joint lab is announced here.
- The Moshan blockchain joint lab has been launched on 21st October 2021.