Are you looking for a job and would like to adapt your application to different vacancies? Or maybe you are training and want to manage and verify effectively your certificates?

Are you a company, public administration or HR consulting in the process of recruitment? Do you want to count on decision support mechanisms to make the best decision?

Are you a researcher, academic or technologist interested in the application of blockchain, gamification, semantic technologies, data analytics and machine learning techniques?

If the answer is yes, then QualiChain is for you! QualiChain is a research and innovation project aiming to solve these needs. Learn more…



QualiChain featured in the KMi Festival

The Knowledge Media Institute (KMi) of The Open University, UK celebrated on November 14 its 25th anniversary by organising the KMi Festival. The event showcased how Knowledge and Media technologies are impacting education, science and beyond. A variety of booths allowed visitors to talk in depth to different research teams and see demonstrations of the […]


Maintaining Trust and Privacy of Personal Data with Blockchains

Following scandals in the media such as with Cambridge Analytica and Facebook, there has been widespread concern around the abuse of personal online data. These include from Sir Tim Berners Lee who in a Variety article called the over centralisation of data on the Web ‘anti human’. At the annual EU Big Data Value Forum, […]


Blockchains and Understanding the Post-truth Society

Early October saw John Domingue (The Open University, UK) participate in two panels in a Conference on Understanding the Post-truth Society held in Valletta, Malta. The aim of the event was to bring together technology experts, social scientists and journalists to discuss how recent challenges and issues associated with fake news, mass datafication, mass surveillance, […]

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What are Blockchains?

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Blockchain: Hope or Hype? – John Domingue & Sajida Zouarhi



Kontzinos, C., Markaki, O., Kokkinakos, P., Karakolis, V., Skalidakis, S. and Psarras, J. (2019) Implementing Blockchain and Computer Intelligence for University Process Optimisation: the QualiChain case, 12th International Confernece on Education, Research and Innovation (ICERI), Seville, Spain.

Kontzinos, C., Markaki, O., Kokkinakos, P., Karakolis, V., Skalidakis, S. and Psarras, J. (2019) University process optimisation through smart curriculum design and blockchain-based student accreditation, 18th International Conference on WWW/Internet, Cagliari, Italy.

Belchior, R., Correia, M. and Vasconcelos A. (2019) JusticeChain: Using Blockchain to Protect Justice Logs, 27th International Conference on Cooperative Information Systems (CoopIS 2019), Rhodes, Greece.

Sui, D., Sejdiu, G., Graux, D., and Lehmann, J. (2019) The Hubs and Authorities Transaction Network Analysis using the SANSA framework, SEMANTiCS 2019, Karlsruhe, Germany.

Faria C. and Correia M. (2019) BlockSim: Blockchain Simulator, IEEE Blockchain Symposium, Atlanta, USA.

Domingue, J., Third, A. and Ramachandran, M. (2019) The FAIR TRADE Framework for Assessing Decentralised Data Solutions, WWW2019 workshop: Linked Data on the Web and its Relationship with Distributed Ledgers (LDOW/LDDL), San Francisco, USA.


D5.1-QualiChain Integrated Architecture

This deliverable reports on the QualiChain architecture diagrams and all design documents regarding the Platform.

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D3.1-QualiChain Baseline Services Foundations, Version I

This deliverable provides the 1st version of the Baseline Services developed in WP3. It includes software architecture details, source code and documentation of implementation and testing.

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D4.1-QualiChain Value Adding Services Foundations, Version I

This deliverable provides the 1st version of the value-added services developed in WP4. It includes initial specification and study of algorithms, methodologies and mechanisms to be used as inputs for the development of WP5 engines.

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