BlockStand is directly supporting the increased participation of European experts in Blockchain and DLT (Distributed Ledger Technologies) standardisation activities.

Building upon their efforts, the project is promoting the European leadership in global blockchain standardisation, ensuring that internationally used blockchain standards reflect European values and needs.

In this page, you can browse through the appointed standardisation experts, explore their profiles and learn more about their valuable contributions to the blockchain and DLT standardisation.

For more information on how to become a BlockStand expert and submitting your proposal for paid activities, please consult the dedicated page.

Mickaël Gaborit

Deliverables:

  1. State-of-the-art report on digital identity, certificates, e-signature and secure elements practices, including a comprehensive list of standards, guidelines for their adoption, references and training material;
  2. Useful materials for stakeholders, including checklists, templates and compliance guidelines;
  3. Practical use of the above, such as standards use cases.
  • CEN-CLC/JTC 19 ‘Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies’
  • ISO/TC 307/WG1 + WG2 + WG3 + JW4 (linked to ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27) + WG5 + WG6 + WG7
  • AFNOR : 2 working groups (Cartes & Systèmes + Blockchain), Wallet
  • CEN/TC224/WG20
  • ISO/IECJTC1/SC17/AG3
  • eIDAS Expert Group
  • Alliance pour la Confiance Numérique (GT2 Cybersecurity)

Belen Suarez Lopez

Deliverables:

  1. Development of a report containing a preliminary assessment of potential use of Blockchain applications for Sustainability Reporting in the scope of the new regulation (Directive (EU) 2022/2464 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 14 December 2022);
  2. Development of a report for the selection of a use case on potential DLT’s application for the new Ecodesign European Regulation, establishing a framework for setting ecodesign requirements for sustainable products and repealing Directive 2009/125/EC.
  • CEN/CENELEC JTC 19 Blochcain and Distributed Ledger Technologies, WG2 Environmental Sustainability 2
  • CEN/CENELEC new Working Group Proposed for the Digital Product Passport Proposal

Julien Bringer

Deliverables:

Development of the needed standards in Blockchain and DLT area (ISO/TC 307) connected to the existing landscape of security, privacy and identity standards (ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27) as convenor of ISO/TC 307/JWG 4.

The work will be organised in two deliverables that will include, among others: the organisation of experts’ meetings, development of documents and reports, circulation of documents related to the above-mentioned activities.

  • ISO/TC 307, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27
  • CEN/CENELEC JTC 19
  • ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 42, ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 17 and ISO/TC 68/SC 2

Maria Luisa Marsal Llacuna

Deliverables:

  1. Standardisation proposal on web3 and real id-based abstract accounts;
  2. Standardisation recommendations on the applicability of the discovered methods;
  3. Modelling of a use case in the area of citizen participation in energy transition and low carbon society to showcase applicability of real id-based blockchain abstract accounts for user identification and participation in metaverse.
  • CEN-CLC/JTC 19 ‘Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies’
  • ISO/TC 307 on Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies
  • ISO/IEC Joint SEG 15 Metaverse
  • ISO/TC 268 Sustainable cities and communities

Steffen Schwalm

Deliverables:

  1. Development of a new work item for a Technical Specification defining core criteria on Governance, Compliance, Security and Privacy for qualified trust service providers on Electronic Ledger;
  2. Development of a new work item for a Technical Specification defining solution for crypto stability and long-term preservation of cryptographic protection and Proof of Existence in DLT-Systems;
  3. A report containing, among others: documentation related to the meetings attended (e.g. agenda points, minutes, presentations shared) and outlines of proposed standards;
  4. A report containing, among others: specification of proposed solutions and documentation on the meetings attended.
  • ETSI ESI ISO Tc 307 CEN JTC 19
  • ISO CD TR 24332
  • ISO 23257
  • ISO 22739
  • ETSI TS 119 511/512
  • RFC 5280
  • RFC 6960
  • ETSI EN 319 421
  • ETSI EN 319 411/412
  • DIN TS 31648

Robin Renwick

Deliverables:

  1. Within JWG4, support the development of both PWI 12833 “Requirements and guidance for improving, preserving, and assessing the privacy capability of DLT systems” and PWI 23042 “Decentralized Identity”;
  2. Within CEN/CLC/JTC 19, support the development of a Technical Report (“Environmental and sustainability classification methodology of consensus mechanisms of Blockchain and DLTs.”) and the further development of a proposed technical specification on sustainability of consensus mechanisms;
  3. A report containing the documentation related to the meetings attended (e.g. agenda points, minutes, presentations shared, activities conducted) and regarding the above-mentioned activities. The Provider will also author a blogpost on the same subjects.
  • ISO/TC 307/JWG 4 “Joint ISO/TC 307 ISO/IEC JTC 1/SC 27 WG: Security, privacy and identity for Blockchain and DLT”
  • CEN/CLC/JTC 19 “Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies”

Jedediah Grant

Deliverables:

  1. Research and Analysis Research Report, detailing the analysis of peer-to-peer cross- blockchain information exchange (e.g. infrastructure, strengths, weaknesses, gaps, industry best practices and emerging technologies);
  2. Standards Formulation and Technical Specification Document, outlining the standards for peer-to-peer trusted and cross-blockchain information exchange. The document will cover protocols, data formats, encryption, and authentication mechanisms;
  3. Testing and Validation Report summarizing the results of prototype testing and validation of the developed standards. This report will include, among others: findings from practical implementations and recommendations for further refinement, dissemination and advocacy activities, results of testing, relevant documentation related to the meetings attended.
  • ISO/TC 307 “Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies”
  • ILNAS/NSC 01 “Cybersecurity

Markus Sabadello

Deliverables:

  1. An article which gives an overview of the scope and purpose of the Decentralized Identity Foundation (DIF) Identifiers & Discovery Working Group, its work items, common topics and activities, and a description of the value that world brings to the decentralized identity and blockchain communities (i.e. why this work exists);
  2. A set of meeting notes and recordings of the regular Zoom meetings conducted by the Identifiers & Discovery Working Group;
  3. A guidelines document, which provides documentation for individuals and companies who are new to the topic of decentralized identity, and looking for advice on how to adopt and exploit the results of the group for their own goals.

Limara Haque

Deliverable:

Report on social responsibility and sustainable development related to Decentralised Autonomous Organisations (DAOs)

  • UNE CTN71/307 * (*Mirror of ISO-TC307 – ISO/IEC JTC 27WG = Security, Privacy & Identity for Blockchain & DLT)
  • ISO/TC 307 AHG 4 = DLT & Carbon Markets ISO/TC 307 AG 3 = Digital Currencies ISO/TC 307 WG 3 = Smart Contracts & Their Applications
  • ISO/TC 307 WG 5 =Governance CEN CENELEC JTC 19 WG2 = Environmental Sustainability AIOTI DLT Testbeds

Giampiero Zito

Deliverables:

  1. Work on a new work item for ISO, IEEE, EBSI Standards: technical report or other similar documents for standardize trust service provider issuing qualified attributes and electronic certificates (GDPR compliance) such as skills, job activities, health records as verifiable credentials on DLT (also in NFTs);
  2. Guideline for SMEs on the Use of Smart Contracts in Contributing to the Sustainable Development Goals (contributing ISO/AWI PAS 24874) and use DLT transations for reporting verifiable ESG criteria to relevant Stakeholders;
  3. Blogpost explaining standardisation work of new IEEE Standard 3206-2023 by DAC – Digital Asset Classification Group and ISO ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies (AWI TR 2487, TS 23258:2021).
  • IEEE Digital Asset Classification (C/BDL/DAC)
  • ISO/TC 307 Blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
  • EBSI

Soumya Kanti Datta

Deliverables:

  1. Gap analysis of common requirements and data formats, templates for smart contract in current standardisation effort;
  2. Report on definition of common requirements and data formats, this will also include the minutes of the Technical Committee meeting and a copy of given presentations in its annex;
  3. Report on technical blog and SME guideline on a reference architecture.

Paolo Campegiani

Deliverable:

Coordinating the development of the PWI 23042 “Decentralized Identity”. Deliverables will include include meetings’ announcements and planning, minutes of the meetings, copy of the proposed contributions.

  • SO/TC 307/JWG4 “Security, Privacy and Identity”
  • CEN CENELEC JTC 19/WG 01 “Decentralized Identity”