In recent days, the blockchain has once again come to light with the phenomenon of cryptocurrencies. Blockchain is also a new secure exchange tool that allows the emergence of new services. In the energy sector, it makes it possible, for example, to track and record energy consumption in a more secure manner. It would also be an interesting support for the circular economy, recycling and the green economy, all areas where energy and environmental issues are central. We will see some achievements in this direction.

Speaker Biography

Tesnim Abdellatif is a research engineer at EDF Lab Saclay in two areas : The operational safety of industrial systems and the management of innovative projects using Blockchain technology. A graduate engineer from ENSIMAG in Grenoble, she conducted her thesis at VERIMAG, in the field of formal methods for the rigorous implementation of real-time systems