New Approaches to Blockchain Technology, Blockchain Governance and Digital Communities for Smart Trade Hubs (Project 2)
Project dates: 01/08/2021 - 02/08/2022
This project is a multi-stage and three-year project funded by Future Food Systems CRC. The overall aim is to develop the soft and hard digital infrastructure that overlays and complements the physical elements of export hubs (e.g., transport infrastructure, storage, logistics, etc.) to support the growth of smart trade. Smart Trade Hubs Project 2 builds from Project 1 to develop a “demand pull” business model enabled by the Proof of Concept (PoC) technology platform. As the learnings of previous activities can be leveraged, we propose to introduce other supply chains to the table to enable the early seeding of opportunities and learnings. The other supply chains are anticipated to include those involved in the production of high value fruits, wines and artisan liquor.
Post Doctoral Fellow
- Foth, Marcus, Soro, A, Vyas, D, Waycott, J, Ploderer, B, Morrison, A, Brereton, M (2017) The promise of blockchain technology for interaction design Proceedings of the 29th Australian Computer-Human Interaction Conference (OzCHI 2017), pp.513-517.
- Cao, Shoufeng, Powell, Warwick, Foth, Marcus, Natanelov, Valeri, Miller, Thomas, Dulleck, Uwe (2021) Strengthening consumer trust in beef supply chain traceability with a blockchain-based human-machine reconcile mechanism Computers and Electronics in Agriculture, 180, pp.Article number: 105886.
- Robb, Lachlan, Deane, Felicity, Powell, Warwick (2020) Panoptic blockchain ecosystems: An exploratory case study of the beef supply chain Monash University Law Review, 46 (2), pp.57–84.
- Foth, Marcus, McQueenie, John (2019) Creatives in the country? Blockchain and agtech can create unexpected jobs in regional Australia The Conversation, June, pp.1-5.
- Cao, Shoufeng, Dulleck, Uwe, Powell, Warwick, Turner-Morris, Charles, Natanelov, Valeri, Foth, Marcus (2020) BeefLedger blockchain-credentialed beef exports to China: Early consumer insights
- Powell, Warwick, Foth, Marcus, Cao, Shoufeng, Natanelov, Valeri (2022) Garbage in garbage out: The precarious link between IoT and blockchain in food supply chains Journal of Industrial Information Integration, 25, pp.Article number: 100261.
- Robb, Lachlan, Deane, Felicity, Tranter, Kieran (2021) The blockchain conundrum: humans, community regulation and chains Law, Innovation and Technology, 13 (2), pp.355-376.
- Cao, Shoufeng, Foth, Marcus, Powell, Warwick, McQueenie, Jock (2021) What are the effects of short video storytelling in delivering Blockchain-credentialed Australian beef products to China? Foods, 10 (10), pp.Article number: 2403.
- Powell, Warwick, Cao, Shoufeng, Miller, Thomas, Foth, Marcus, Boyen, Xavier, Earsman, Barry, Del Valle Gallo, Santiago, Turner-Morris, Charles (2021) From premise to practice of social consensus: How to agree on common knowledge in blockchain-enabled supply chains Computer Networks, 200, pp.Article number: 108536.
- Powell, Warwick, Cao, Shoufeng, Foth, Marcus, He, Shan, Turner-Morris, Charles, Li, Ming, Abdelaziz, Bouras, Khalil, Ibrahim, Aouni, Belaid (2021) Revisiting trust in supply chains: How does blockchain redefine trust? Blockchain Driven Supply Chains and Enterprise Information Systems.