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DLT 2022 : 4th Distributed Ledger Technology Workshop

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Link: https://dlt2022.github.io/
 
When Jun 20, 2022 - Jun 20, 2022
Where Rome
Submission Deadline Apr 20, 2022
Notification Due May 20, 2022
Categories    blockchain   security   distributed systems   DLT
 

Call For Papers

Scope

The DLT2022 workshop is an international forum for researchers, developers, and users to discuss achievements and issues related to Distributed Ledger Technologies and blockchains, their adoption in business scenarios, and novel ideas in the field. The primary goal is to foster discussion and cross-fertilisation of ideas among experts in different fields related to DLTs, and thus advance the international state-of-the-art. Research, applications, case studies, and experiences concerning DLTs and blockchains are all encouraged.

The topics of interest

The topics of interest of the workshop include, but are not limited to:
Blockchain security, Decentralization and governance of blockchains, Blockchains architectures and their scalability, Blockchain consensus algorithms, Anonymity, privacy and GDPR-related issues in blockchains, Smart Contracts design, analysis, and techniques
Blockchains interoperability, Layer-2 solutions (e.g., channels), Blockchain oracles, Blockchains based Self-Sovereign Identity (SSI) systems, Fungible and non-fungible tokens and their applications, Blockchain applications and case studies, Attacks to blockchain based systems, Performance and measurements of blockchain based systems, Blockchain data analysis, Blockchain in IoT ecosystems, Systems based on blockchains and Artificial Intelligence techniques, Blockchains for Industry 4.0, Big Data systems and blockchains, Formal verification of blockchain protocols and smart contracts, Cryptographic techniques for blockchains (post-quantum, zk-SNARKS, etc.), Game theoretic analysis of blockchain protocols and applications, Economics of blockchain and tokenomics, Legal aspects of blockchains (e.g, regulation, law enforcement, etc.)
Regulatory sandboxes and their applications

Submissions of Contributions

The DLT2022 workshop accepts two kinds of contributions: “research papers” and “oral communications”. Both contributions entail an oral presentation at the workshop.
Research papers expected length is at most 15 pages (EasyChair style), even though shorter contributions describing position papers or extended abstracts are welcome. All accepted research papers will be included in workshop proceedings published on CEUR. Selected research papers will be invited for publication in a special issue of International Journal of Parallel, Emergent and Distributed Systems (Taylor&Francis). Oral communications will not be included in the proceedings. The authors shall indicate their choice to contribute with oral communication, writing it alongside the title in the EasyChair form, i.e., “Title (Oral Communication)” and providing only a 1-2 pages abstract outlining the structure of the talk. Oral communications are meant to stimulate the discussion of ongoing research activities or already published results that authors consider relevant for the community.

See the workshop website for further instructions.


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