Track on Distributed Ledger Technology Applications (DLTA)
Call for Papers
The use of DLT based concepts and tools, such as Blockchain and DAG, like Ethereum, IOTA and other cryptographic protocols, have transcended their initial crypto-monetary purpose. Their use case applications and field of action have expanded to all other industries, and beyond Fintech, to include mobility and transportation, Internet of Things (IoT), Supply Chain, eHealth, etc. Topics such as cryptography, digital security, Quantum Computing (QC), ternary programming, hash algorithms for large volumes of data and distributed ledger processing techniques, will allow software engineering and computer science to be updated in universities for the development of technologies around this DLT concept. The growing number of newly created jobs linked to DLT found in the World of Science (WOS) attest of the importance of the proposed topic, as well as the increasing number of PoCs that are being demonstrated in several industries around the world.
SIMBig has become an important meeting point of computer scientists, computer engineers, software engineers, and application developers from around the world, therefore, it is the ideal scenario for the discussion of topics such as computer security, distributed algorithms, hash processes and issues related to this technology in full development
The Distributed Ledger Technology Applications (DLTA) track of Simbig 2019 will provide a forum that brings participants, both researchers and practitioners, show the academic advances and development of computer solutions that are based on DLT, like blockchain, Ethereum, IOTA and so on.
Scope and Topics
We plan to include all the important topics related to Distributed Ledger Technology. The topics suitable for DLT include, but not limited to:
- Data processing.
- Fintech and Banking
- Industrial Internet of Things.
- DLT tecniques for Smart City
- Distributed Computing
- Cloud data management.
- Privacy Protection
- Sensors and Devices Networks
- Law and Justice.
- DLT implementation.
- DLT techniques for Internet of Things.
- Ternary Computing.
- Smart contracts
Long Papers are limited to a total of 14 (fourteen) pages, including all content and references, and must be in PDF formatted with the Springer publication format.
Short Papers are limited to a total of 7 (seven) pages, including all content and references, and must be in PDF formatted with the Springer publication format.
Demonstration Papers are limited to a total of 7 (seven) pages, including all content and references, and must be in PDF formatted with the Springer publication format.
CMT Submissions Website
Paper registration is required, allowing the inclusion of the paper in the conference proceedings. At least one author of each accepted paper MUST present the paper. Paper registration and submissions to ANLP will be handled using the CMT system. The address to paper registration is here.
Jorge L Guerra Guerra
PhD Student in System Engineering
National University of Sãn Marcos
Juan Jose Miranda Del Solar
Master in Informatics
School of Systems Engineering
University of Lima
Armando Fermín Pérez
Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
- Serguei Popov, Moscow State University, Russia
- Augusto Bernuy Alva, National University of San Marcos, Peru
- Joachim Taiber, ETH Swiss Federal Institute of technology, Switzerland
- Jose Carlos Alvarez, National University of San Marcos, Peru
- Jong Hyuk Park, Seoul National University of Science and Technology , Korea
- Ilse Villavicencio, National University of San Marcos, Peru
- Nour El-Deen Mahmoud, Cairo University, Egypt