Nowadays, we witness the emergence of new collaborative business models such as virtual market places, sharing economy, Remote Fabrication and distributed supply chain. This has been geared by the rise of new IT technologies, namely Internet of Things technologies and cloud computing.
Despite the advantages of these scenarios, managing security and trust are major obstacles that should be studied to spread the collaboration intensive business.
One of the most promising technology that can cope with these issues is distributed ledger technology. Distributed ledger technology e.g. Blockchain is a technology that provides a decentralized “database” on a network that is scalable, secure, tamper-proof, and accessible by each peer on the network. However, distributed ledger technologies are basically designed for financial application. Consequently, these technologies are, so far, not adapted to the development and the execution of collaborative business process necessary to meet business needs.
In this workshop, participants are invited to answer the questions: how to enable distributed ledger based infrastructures so that they can meet collaborative business needs? What are the fundamental obstacles in the current Distributed ledger technologies state that hinder the support of the business collaboration? At what levels in Distributed ledger architecture the changes are needed?
- Distributed Consensus & Fault Tolerance Algorithms
- Performance, Scalability Issues
- Distributed Database Technologies for Blockchain
- Blockchain Platforms
- Blockchain-based Applications & Services
- Decentralized App Development
- Smart Contracts
- Monitoring and Analysis
- Distributed Trust
- Decentralized Internet Infrastructure
- Cryptographic algorithms and protocols
- Distributed consensus algorithms
- Peer-to- peer communication protocols
- Architecture, scalability, governance and interoperability
- Smart contracts and workflow automation
- Validation of smart contracts using formal methods
- Decentralized autonomous organization (DAO)
- Data privacy, anonymity and confidentiality
- Data analytics and fraud detection
- Applications, test-beds and platforms
- Regulatory and standards frameworks
- Blockchain Platforms for IoT.
- Blockchain and Cloud Computing.
- Internet of Things Enabled Blockchain.
- Blockchain Solutions for Businesses.
- Digital Strategies integration with Blockchain and Digital Ledger.
- Application in Supply Chain Management: Anti-fake and Traceability, Smart contract.
- Blockchain-based Logistics and Supply Chain management.
- Blockchain Application in Enterprise Management: Business process management.
- Application in Intelligent Manufacturing: Industrial Internet of Things, Intelligent manufacture and management.
- Application in Personal Service: Copyright protection, Legal service, Education service.
- Other Block Chain Applications and Solutions.
Papers should be formatted according to Springer’s LNCS Formatting Guidelines. Submissions must be in English and not exceed 15 pages including all references and figures. All papers must be submitted electronically in PDF using the following link: Conference Submission System.
For each accepted paper, at least one author must attend the and present the paper. The deadline for identifying and registering this individual author will be at the time when the camera-ready version is submitted.
- Workshop Papers Submission Deadline:August 13, 2019
- Authors Notification Deadline: September 14, 2019
- Early Registration Deadline: September 31, 2019
- Workshops: October 28, 2019
- Layth Sliman, EFREI, France (email@example.com)
Program committee members:
- Samir Tata, LinkedIn, USA
- Khalil Drira, LAAS, CNRS, France
- Sami Yangi, INSA Toulouse, France
- Ernesto Exposito, UPPA, France
- Walid Gaaloul, TSP, France
- Hachemi Dellys, ENI, Algeria
- Abed Ellatif Samhat, Lebanese University, Lebanon
- Benoît Charroux, EFREI, France
- Raoudha Ben Djemaa, University of Sousse, Tunisia
- Ikram Amous Ben Amor, University of Sfax, Tunisia
- Takoua Abdelatif, Polytechncal Institute, Tunisia
- Mario Koeppen, KUIT, Japan
- Pascal Bounassar, AUF, Lebanon
- Juan M. Corchado, Air Institute, Spain
- Javier Prieto, Air Institute, Spain