From weak clients outsourcing computational tasks to more powerful machines, to distributed blockchain nodes needing to agree on the state of the ledger in the presence of adversarial nodes, there is a growing need to efficiently verify the results of computations delegated to untrusted third parties. Verifiable computing is a new and interesting research area […]
Laboratory for Applications of Blockchain Technology
Each individual describes unique patterns during their gait cycles. This information canbe extracted from the live video stream and used for subject identiﬁcation. In appearance basedrecognition methods, this is done by tracking silhouettes of persons across gait cycles. In recentyears, there has been a profusion of sensors that in addition to RGB video images also […]
Verifiable computing applications for sustainable and scalable public blockchains
Kristijan Lenac held an invited lecture “Blockchain – Basic concepts and applicability” at the DREAMS 3rd IAB Workshop in Madrid on 23rd of May 2019. in Madrid, Spain. The lecture presented an introduction to the blockchain technology with the focus on its applications to systems that generate, maintain and distribute information to aviation.
The main objective of this project is the scientific and practical analysis of a distributed embedded system for 3D perception targeted for people and object tracking through the efficient implementation of new algorithms optimized for execution on embedded systems. The project will enable the mobility of the researchers, ensure continuous research, foster the dissemination of […]
Kristijan Lenac held an invited lecture “What is blockchain and why is it important?” at the Center for Innovative Media on 7th of December 2018. The lecture was organized in the scope of micro – MACRO IV series of lectures by the Center for Innovative Media at the Academy of Applied Arts of the University […]
Kristijan Lenac held an invited lecture “What is blockchain and why is it important?” at the Carnet User Conference on 22nd of November 2018. in Šibenik, Croatia. The lecture presented an introduction to the blockchain technology with the focus on its applications and impact on society.
The main goal is to study the available technologies for digitally signing the documents used for tracking the waste from source to the complete disposal and to provide recommendations for a solution aimed at minimizing the cost while maximizing the ease of use and practicality of the solution.
IEEE Young Professionals Croatia together with the IEEE Student branch of the University of Rijeka and the Alumni club of the Faculty of Engineering organised an invited lecture on blockchain technology. The lecture was held by the prof. Kristijan Lenac and focused on technical aspects of the technology.
Anti-personnel landmines and unexploded ordnance (UXOs) present an indiscriminate threat to civilians that long outlasts the conflicts for which they were used. Humanitarian Demining is a time-intensive process of locating and eliminating UXOs in order to reduce this threat. The goal of the project “Collaborative Network UXO” is to study and develop an experimental platform […]