The Research Institute for Cryptoeconomics was founded to combine the interdisciplinary competences of the Vienna University of Economics and Business Administration to study blockchain technology under economic, social and legal aspects.
Computer scientists, mathematicians and economists work at the institute and investigate security, privacy and trust of cryptocurrencies, decentralized AI algorithms, consensus algorithms, blockchain applications in the field of Internet of Things, Game-theoretic aspects of smart contracts, digital assets, and business applications of blockchain technology.
Here, competencies in security analysis, game theory, cryptography, protocol design, and business administration are applied
Prof. Hermann Kaindl
Dipl.-Ing. Krzysztof Paruch, Prae-Doc, Token Economics Research
Dr. Ayana T. Aspembitova, PhD NTU-Singapore, Euler Labs UK
Dr. Dragana Radojicic, PhD TU Wien, Assistant Professor, University of Belgrade, Faculty of Economics, Serbia
Prof. Hitoshi Yamamoto
Assistant Professor Isamu Okada
The research institute is made up of WU professors from the areas of business informatics, business administration, economics, taxation and law, who will work together with external partners to explore these questions in a multi-stakeholder approach.