Classification consists of points gained during the semester and poins gained at the exam. The exam is mandatory and 0 poins from exam result in a failure (even if there are enough semester points).
- 80% Semester points
- 20% Exam
Oral discussion over topic covered during the semester.
|Grade||Points||Evaluation in words|
|A||90 and more||excellent|
|B||80 to 89||very good|
|C||70 to 79||good|
|D||60 to 69||satisfactory|
|E||50 to 59||sufficient|
|F||less than 50||failed|
The evaluation is governed by the Study and Examination Rules for Students at CTU, which you can find on page Legislation and Study Regulations.
Each student will be given one question from the following list:
|Number||Question||Lecture / Tutorial|
|1||Describe a Bitcoin block||L1,2 - Bitcoin|
|2||Describe Ethereum blockchain and its properties||T2 - Ethereum Tooling|
|3||What is EVM and what it does||T4 - Solidity I.|
|4||Describe reentrancy attack on Ethereum||T8 - Security I.|
|5||Name a good and a bad use case for blockchain, why||L5,6 - Systems design, hands-on development|
|6||Ethereum security tooling - what is a static analyser, fuzzer, describe||T9 - Security II.|
|7||Describe the process that changes state of Ethereum blockchain (transactions, mining)||T3 - Ethereum Tooling II.|
|8||Describe the process that reads from Ethereum blockchain (RPC calls).||T3 - Ethereum Tooling II.|
|9||Describe ERC-20 token standard||T4 - Solidity I.|
|10||Structure of security audit report - what should be included and why||Semestral work|