Hackathon Track Deep Dives

February 5-8, 2019

Location: partner headquarters

Hackathon Track Deep Dives

Attending the Track Deep Dive(s) is an important part of the hackathon preparation. This is where you connect directly to the challenge holders and find out more about them and their challenge firsthand. Track Deep Dives are also a great place to find other team-mates and get to know the Odyssey ecosystem. Proper preparation is half the battle, so don’t miss this chance and apply for the Deep Dive(s) of interest today.

Feb 5th

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9.00 Walk-in
9.30 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey
9.45 Welcome and Strategy vision of APG (Francine van Dierendonck – Executive Board Member at APG)
10.00 Presenting APG’s track record and approach to the Hackathon – What can you expect of us? (Joep Beukers, Director Innovation at APG)
10.15 Challenge 1 – Explained: FIRE – Manage your own financial roadmap (Dean Masley, Owner at Nestegg)
10.30 Coffee break
10:45 Challenge 2 – Explained: Value before retirement (Dean Masley, Owner at Nestegg)
11:00 Last years winner shares his Experience (Tim van Iersel, RetireMe)
11.15 TBA
11.30 Q&A with Panel (Audience can ask questions to panel of decision makers and experts)

12.00 Lunch: connecting Rethink Retirement & Nature 2.0 communities

13.00 Block 1: Presentation Nature 2.0 Track
– What is Nature 2.0? (Trent McConaghy – Founder of Ocean Protocol, author of the original Nature 2.0 Medium post : https://bit.ly/2JiEupB )
– The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
– What is the challenge of Nature 2.0? (Jan-Peter Doomernik)
14.15 Coffee Break
14.35 Block 2: What can we learn from Nature & Communities
– Life’s Principles as a guideline for a healing society (Prof. Jaco Appelman – University of Utrecht)
– How to build a community around the magic of AI?– Presentation of the Friends of Nature 2.0 – Unimaginable narratives, communities looking for a hackathon team (Ibby Benali – SingularityNET)
15.40 Coffee Break: Time to Connect
16.00 Block 3: The Unimaginable but Buildable: How can I create what I can’t imagine?
– Boom Chicago
17.00 Wrap-up
– What does it mean to be a Nature 2.0 team member? + Q&A (Jan-Peter Doomernik)
17.30 Time to Connect – Drinks and Networking

Address: De Nieuwe Liefde, Da Costakade 102, Amsterdam

Feb 6th

Hosted by

9.00 Walk-in
9.30 Welcome and vision of TVM (Wilma Toering, COO at TVM)
9.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
10.00 What has been build? – an overview of current and future blockchain and AI initiatives from and for the insurance sector (speaker TBA)
10.30 Coffee Break
10.45 Challenge presentation and Q&A: A Cargo Insurance Protocol for the World (Thomas van Noort, Manager Business Development at TVM)
11.30 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: TVM, Van Limburg Stirumstraat 250, 7901 AW Hoogeveen

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12.00 Walk-in with early lunch
12.30 Welcome by Stichting OCF 2.0 and Radboud University
12.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
13.00 Inclusive Banking – 4 years of research and experiments to prepare for building the prototypes to incentivize a local, inclusive and circular economy: the vision of the Inclusive Banking Track (Jan Jonker, Prof. Dr. for Sustainable Entrepreneurship at Radboud University, see: https://nl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jan_Jonker)
13.30 Coffee Break
13.45 Challenge presentation and Q&A: Circular Exchange of Tokenized Assets (Dre Kampfraath, board member of OCF 2.0)
14.30 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

University Library Uithof – Boothzaal, Heidelberglaan 3, 3584 CS Utrecht

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15.00 Walk-in
15.30 Welcome and presenting all consortium partners by Steven van de Looij (Director and Fire Commander at Veiligheidsregio Noord-Holland Noord) and Diemer Kransen (Commander of the Midden en West Brabant Fire Department and CIO of the Joint Dutch Safety Regions)
15.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
16.00 The Information-driven fire brigade (Olav Strotmann, Head Department Operational Preparation Safety Region Rotterdam Rijnmond)
16.20 The Future of the Incident Command (Ricardo Weewer, professor Fire Service Science
16.40 Coffee Break
16.55 Presenting the Challenges and Q&A (Lars Scheenstra, Fire Officer at Safety Region Groningen)
Challenge 1 – Incentivizing sharing information on hazardous materials
Challenge 2 – Co-creating and Sharing Validated Data During a Disaster
18.00 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: Maassilo, Maashaven Zuidzijde 1 – 2, 3081AE, Rotterdam

Feb 7th

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9.00 Walk-in
9.30 Welcome on behalf of all challenge-owners (Peter Hoogwerf, director real estate and advice at Kadaster)
9.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
10.00 Developments in Blockchain, exchanging privacy-sensitive information and the future of a national digital infrastructure (Zeki Erkin, Assistant Professor in Cyber Security and Privacy at Delft University of Technology)
10.30 Challenge 1 by the Dutch Ministry of Justice and Security – Presentation and Q&A: a Government Backed Protocol for Digital Permissions (Flores Bakker – Enterprise Architect for the Ministry of Finance)

11.15 Extra support of IOTA for Challenge 1 (Dave de Fijter, IOTA Foundation)
11.30 Coffee Break and Early Lunch
12.00 Challenge 2 by Dutch Chamber of Commerce – Becoming an oracle in the Digital Infrastructure of a Nation (Ben Schuttenbeld, manager operations of the Dutch Chamber of Commerce’s Innovation Lab)
12.40 Challenge 3 by Kadaster – Building a Distributed Data Ecosystem (Nick Apeldoorn, ICT Architect at Kadaster)
13.30 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: KVK, Blaak 40, 3011 TA, Rotterdam  

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15.00 Walk-in
15.30 Welcome and vision (Fossil Free within one generation) of Vattenfall (Martijn Hagens, of NUON / Executive Group Management at Vattenfall)
15.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
16.00 An overview of current blockchain and AI initiatives in the energy sector (speaker TBA)
16.30 Coffee Break
16.45 Challenge 1 – Presentation and Q&A: Creating a Mobile Power Plant (Charlotta Edeland, R&D Engineer at Vattenfall)
17.20 Challenge 2 – Presentation and Q&A: Create the Key Enabler for Energy Transition (Michiel Sintenie, Business Innovation & Strategy Europe at Vattenfall)
18.00 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: Nuon, Hoekenrode 8, 1102 BR Amsterdam

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19.00 Walk-in
19.30 Welcome and vision of KLM (speaker TBA)
19.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
20.00 An overview of current blockchain and AI initiatives in biometrics and the safe exchange of data (speaker TBA)
20.30 Coffee Break
20.45 Challenge presentation and Q&A: How to Communicate Biometric Data Safely in a Multi-Stakeholder Setting (Jordie Knoppers, Care Team Director at KLM)
21.30 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: KLM Digital Studios, Stationsplain Zuid-West 991, 1117 CJ Schiphol

Feb 8th

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9.00 Walk-in
9.30 Welcome and vision of Nutreco (José Villalon – Corporate Sustainability Director at Nutreco)
9.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
10.00 What has been build? – an overview of current and future blockchain and AI initiatives for and from the food sector (Speaker to be confirmed)
10.30 Coffee Break
10.45 Challenge presentation and Q&A: Enabling the Most Sustainable, Secure and Fair Animal Protein Value Chain (Laurent Genet – Director Corporate Development at Nutreco)
11.30 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect
12:00 Lunch

Address: Nutreco, Stationsstraat 77, 3811 MH Amersfoort

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13.00 Walk-in
13.30 Welcome and vision of the Dutch Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations (Marieke van Wallenburg, directeur-generaal Overheidsorganisatie at the Ministry of the Interior)
13.45 The Odyssey Hackathon – What can you achieve by participating? (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
14.00 Why is decentralized digital identity important for the future of a country? What are the next technical and societal steps in Digital Identity? (Alex Preukschat, Director of Strategic Blockchain Projects at Evernym)
Prepare by reading Alex his thoughts on Self Sovereign Identity and the key differentiator between Blockchain and DLT believers on Medium: https://medium.com/@AlexPreukschat
14.20 Challenge 1 by the Dutch Ministry for the Interior – Presentation and Q&A: Next Gen Government Backed Digital ID (Hans-Rob de Reus, senior advisor at the Dutch Ministry for the Interior)
14.50 Coffee Break
15.10 Current and near future blockchain and AI developments on GDPR (Silvan Jongerius, Managing Partner at TechGDPR)
15.30 Challenge 2 by the Dutch Ministry for the Interior – Presentation and Q&A: The Privacy Breach Detector (Paul Suijkerbuik, Open Data Expert at Dutch Ministry for the Interior)
16.00 The vision for Odyssey’s future development – becoming a Tokenized Digital Innovation Infrastructure (Rutger van Zuidam – CEO of DutchChain & Odyssey)
16.30 Challenge Presentation and Q&A: Tokenizing the Odyssey Ecosystem (Abe Scholte, Tokenization Lead at Odyssey)
17.00 End of plenary program – Ample time to Connect

Address: Ministry of the Interior and Kingdom Relations, Turfmarkt 147, 2511 DP, The Hague

Hackathon Track Deep Dives