The Latin word for  ”talk”  is DICO.  Within our research group we follow the Socratic questioning method, which is a form of a dialogue between researchers, to stimulate critical thinking, and to draw out ideas within the research group. We weekly host DISE DICO in which various topics are discussed, we also invite regularly guests to join. Our research group is focused at solving societal issues, such as the emergence of a dozen crypto-currencies and how these developments influence society at large, and how these developments can be derived and structured into research. 

  • Nov 16 2021 Jaap: Research DISE
  • Nov 23 2021 Isaac: From process models to business value models
  • Nov 30 2021 Nedo: Business model toolkit
  • Dec 07 2021 Fadime: Decentralized Governance and Blockchain in the FinTech sector
  • Dec 14 2021 Fran: From process models to business value models
  • Dec 17 2021 Fadime: Blockchain & Ontology at Universit√© Saint-Louis – Bruxelles, Belgium
  • Dec 21 2021 Red Boumghar: External Speaker: Cybersecurity and blockchain in Aerospace Engineering
  • Xmas break
  • Jan 11 2022 Anna: ICT4D
  • Jan 18 2022 Hans: The view of the European Commission on fair ecosystems
  • Jan 25 2022 Marc: BitSlice: Improving performance of cryptographic solutions
  • Feb 01 2022 Francis: Designing Innovative ICT4D Systems to provide information access to rural areas
  • Start of the Course MSc IT Disruptive Ecosystems
  • Feb 11 2022 Kick off: Ecosystem development for Digital Notary, Digital Currency and Solar Park
  • Feb 15 2022 Preparation for IEEE Conference Business Informatics hosted by VU – Computer Science
  • March 15 Tina
  • March 15 Jaap
  • March 29 Fadime: Fractional Reserve Banking
  • Note: starting April 5th, the DISE meeting will start at 11.00 again
  • April  5 Vlad Stan, Isaac
  • April 12 invite from the speaker outside
  • April 19 Nedo
  • April 26 Andre
  • May 3 guest speaker
  • May 10 Anna
  • May 17 Marc
  • May 24 Hans
  • May 31 Francix
  • June 7 Robert Bwana