Course Period: Dec 2021 – Jan 2022
Workshop Type: Online & Physical Workshop
The SUSS-SmartMesh Workshops, started in 2020, are a series of workshops consisting of lectures, demos, and hands-on coding. The audience can explore new tools, such as blockchain, mesh networks, and the HyperMesh architecture from the workshops. Furthermore, they can learn how these tools are used to address inclusivity issues. The 2021 Series will be a Technical Track focusing on in-depth components of blockchain technology.
This 60-hour Technical Track of the 2021 Series is a highly practical and hands-on coding workshop spanning two months from December 2021 to January 2022. The workshop is structured for participants to acquire essential skillsets to start designing, developing, and deploying DApp (Decentralized Application) to a blockchain. The workshop will consist of approximately 50% recorded video and 50% face-to-face interaction where students will be working in the group of 5-6 students to create their DApp project. At the end of the workshop, students will present their DApp project with a website interface by applying all their acquired skillsets.
Pang Soh Har
Vice President of Business Development,SmartMesh Foundation
Soh Har Pang is the Vice President of Business Developmen of SmartMesh Foundation. She is responsible for developing the SmartMesh ecosystem responding to market and clients’ requirements. She is an experienced senior executive with a successful track record in technology, business transformation, and M&A, and rich knowledge in the intersection of business strategies, technologies and operation management.
Soh Har has over 20 years of hands-on experience with software technologies and works very closely with technologies and the technical team in her management and strategic role. Throughout her career, Soh Har has taken roles as program and project leader and has successfully led and delivered many mission-critical projects for in-house technology transformation and client engagements.
Soh Har held an MBA degree and a bachelor’s degree in electrical and Electronic Engineering and was on Dean’s List for the Nanyang Fellows MBA Program in collaboration with MIT’s Sloan Fellows Program. She kept up with the latest technology by enrolling in a 6-months blockchain deep-dive program organized by the Blockchain Association of Singapore.
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The SUSS Node for Inclusive FinTech Team (NiFT) aims to facilitate and encourage exchanges between the academia and industry to learn from each other on the latest and most relevant topics on FinTech, blockchain and cryptocurrencies, and to explore together the potential of technology to bring about financial integration and inclusion. Our activities are supported by the SUSS Inclusive FinTech fund.
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