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IEEE 91th Vehicular Technology Conference (IEEE VTC2020-Spring) Workshop on Emerging Blockchain Technology Solutions for Real-world Applications (EBTSRA)        
25-28 May 2020, Antwerp, Belgium            
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Important dates for Workshop papers:      
- Submission of Papers: 15 January 2020
- Notification of Acceptance: 15 February 2020         
- Camera Ready Deadline: 1 March 2020              
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A Blockchain is a secured, shared and distributed ledger that facilitates the process of recording and tracking resources without the need of a centralized trusted authority. The technology is scalable and robust and all participant nodes provide resources in a fair manner, which alleviates many-to-one traffic flow bottlenecks. This technique decreases traffic delays and defeats errors due to a single point of failure. However, Blockchain is still a nascent technology and as such there are challenges for the wide adoption of Blockchain as a new enterprise and operational layer.  These challenges are around scalability, interoperability, standards, privacy, security, governance and consensus mechanisms that need to be defined and validated for real-world applications. This workshop opens a forum to present the recent research work related to blockchain-based technologies, e.g. smart contracts, threat and attack models, and incentive mechanisms. Moreover, research on other aspects inherently present in blockchain-based applications, like the Internet of Things, smart grid, e-health, logistics, etc. are also invited in this workshop.
 
This workshop seeks original unpublished papers focusing on theoretical analysis, emerging applications, novel system architecture construction and design, experimental studies, and social impacts of blockchain. Both review/survey papers and technical papers are encouraged. Topic areas include, but are not limited to, the following:
 
-Blockchain in 5G technologies
-Blockchain in IoT
-Blockchain in information-centric networking
-Blockchain in smart grid
-Blockchain in artificial intelligence
-Blockchain in networking and edge/fog/cloud technologies
-Blockchain in e-health
-Blockchain in decentralized financing and payments
-Blockchain in social networking
-Blockchain in agriculture
-Blockchain in autonomous vehicles
-Blockchain in mobile cellular networks
-Blockchain standardization
-Blockchain tools, simulators and test-bed
-Private blockchain systems
-Decentralized storage in blockchain
-Security, privacy, and trust of blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
-Secure smart contracts
-Consensus mechanisms              
-Etc.
 
Prospective authors are encouraged to submit full papers through the TrackChair paper submission site: https://vtc2020s-rr-wks.trackchair.com/track/1853    
                              
All submissions will undergo peer-review by subject matter experts, and the full paper version of accepted submissions will be published in the conference proceedings and submitted to IEEE Xplore (conditional on in-person presentation at the conference). All submissions should emphasize the novelty of the work and the results obtained.           
               
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 Committees
General Co-chairs:
-Ramesh Ramadoss, Co-Chair, IEEE Blockchain Initiative, USA
-Takuro Sato, IEEE Fellow, Waseda University, Japan
-Keping Yu, Waseda University, Japan
 
TPC Co-chairs:
-Andreas Veneris, University of Toronto, Canada
-Min Luo, Ernst & Young, Japan
-Cyril Onwubiko, Chair, IEEE UK & Ireland Blockchain Group, UK
-Zhen Wen, Waseda University, Japan
-Zhenyu Zhou, North China Electric Power University, China
 
Keynote & Panel chair:
-Claudio Lima, Blockchain Engineering Council, USA
-Nicolas Herbaut, Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne University, France
 
Publicity chairs:
-Keping Yu, Waseda University, Japan
-Di Zhang, Zhengzhou University, China
-Yang Cao, Kyoto University, Japan

Steering committee:
-Raja Jurdak, Queensland University of Technology, Australia
-Qun Jin, Waseda University, Japan
-Zhong Chen, Peking University, China
-William Zhang, Lead Security Architect, World Bank Group, USA
-Chunming Rong, Chair, IEEE CS Special Technical Community on Blockchain, Norway             
 
Technical Co-sponsor 
-IEEE Blockchain Initiative
-IEEE Computer Society Special Technical Community on Blockchain
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