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DECENTRALIZATION IN ACTION

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SFU Venture Labs

555 West Hastings Street

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Vancouver, BC V6B 1M1

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On June 21st, Bluzelle hosts Women Who Code Vancouver to a mind-blowing presentation and Q&A of how decentralization works - by referencing the inner workings of RightMesh's "Decentralized Mobile Mesh Networking Platform" and Bluzelle's "Decentralized Database Platform". We've brought together some very bright speakers for this event so buckle-up for a fun learning experience!



Schedule

5:30PM - Registration

6:00 PM - Introduction – Nitin Cunha

6:15 PM - Sri talks about RightMesh

6:45 PM - Isabel talks about Bluzelle

7:15 PM - Networking


Speaker Bios

Isabel Scroggin, Researcher/Developer, Bluzelle

Isabel is a recent graduate, holding a Master's of Computer Science from Purdue as well as a Bachelor's of Computer Science and a Bachelor's of Mechanical Engineering from Rose-Hulman. In her studies, she has developed a wide breadth of knowledge and a deeper focus on algorithms, data structures, and parallel/distributed systems. Her professional experience includes ground support for NASA's Jason-3 satellite and two summers at Amazon: one working on vehicle routing and one digesting massive volumes of latency data to draw human insights about the performance of Amazon.com. As a graduate student, her research was on developing performant concurrent authenticated data structures.


Srilekha Kirsh, Mesh Engineer, RightMesh

Srilekha believes in using technology to make life easy, comfortable and connected. She holds a master's in Human-Computer Interaction from Simon Fraser University and a Bachelor's in Computer Science from Anna University, India. Before joining her masters, Srilekha worked on developing wireless protocols for enterprise telecommunications companies. During her masters, she researched statistical methods to analyze real-time bio-sensory data. As a Mitacs intern, she developed algorithms for bio-feedback applications. Her professional experience includes Software Engineer positions at Aricent and Dosa.Work. Sri currently works as a Mesh Developer at RightMesh where she is involved in implementing new networking features related to L2 and L3 protocols and on improving the stability of the mesh platform.

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