Sunflower

IFIP Working Group 10.4
Dependable Computing and Fault Tolerance

74th Meeting

Clervaux, Luxembourg, LU

June 28 July 01, 2018

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Meeting Host 

  Paulo Veríssimo, University of Luxembourg

 


Program-at-a-Glance and Contents

Workshop on Technological and Societal Challenges to Blockchain Dependability and Security

Workshop
Coordinators

  Paulo Veríssimo and Jiangshan Yu      (University of Luxembourg)

 

Introduction

Session 1

Session 2

Session 3

Session 4

Research Reports

Business Meeting

List of Attendees


Workshop on Technological and Societal Challenges to Blockchain Dependability and Security

June 28 July 01 2018 (Thursday to Sunday)

June 29, 8:30 Introduction

Paulo Veríssimo

Meeting Start: Introduction to the meeting and workshop

 


9:00 Session 1 - Dependability and Security Aspects for Blockchain Consensus

Jiangshan Yu (University of Luxembourg), Introduction to Blockchain Security and Dependability Challenges: a viewpoint

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Marko Vukolić, (IBM Research Zurich, Switzerland), The Fault of Defaults - Don't Let Anyone Else Make Your Security Choices

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11:15 Session 2 - Performance and Scalability Aspects of Blockchain

Vincent Gramoli (University of Sydney and Data61-CSIRO, Australia), The Red Belly Blockchain: Consistency and Scalability

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Andras Pataricza (Budapest University of Technology and Economics, Hungary), Can we trust blockchain as a public utility? - The performability aspect

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16:00 Session 3 - Sharding in Blockchain

Fernando Pedone (USI-Universita della Svizzera italiana, Switzerland), A simple recipe for scaling Byzantine fault tolerant systems

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Gregory Chockler (Royal Holloway, University of London, UK), Fast Transaction Commit in Sharded Data Stores and Blockchains

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June 30 9:00 Session 4 - Experience with Deployed Blockchain

Alysson Bessani (Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal), Experiences with BFT-SMaRt as a consensus substrate of Permissioned Ledgers

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Radu STATE (University of Luxembourg, LU)), Investigating and securing smart contracts

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Meeting Wrap Up

Session 1 Report/Summary

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Session 2 Report/Summary

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Session 3 Report/Summary

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Session 4 Report/Summary

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Additional notes

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Research Reports

Amy Babay , Johns Hopkins University, Structured Overlay Networks for a New Generation of Internet Services

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Yair Amir, Johns Hopkins University, Spread Concepts LLC, Toward an Intrusion-Tolerant Power Grid: Challenges and Opportunities

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Karthik Pattabiraman, University of British Columbia, Understanding Error Propagation in Deep Learning Neural Network (DNN) Accelerators and Applications

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Robert Stroud, Adelard LLP, From Dependability to Security-Informed Safety, a personal perspective

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Zbigniew T. Kalbarczyk, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Fault-Injection on a Haptic Rendering Algorithm in the Raven Surgical Robot

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Jiangshan Yu, University of Luxembourg, RepuCoin: Your reputation is your power

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Lorenzo Strigini, Centre for Software Reliability, City University London, U.K., An introduction to the AQUAS project

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Henrique Madeira, University of Coimbra, BASE - Biofeedback Augmented Software Engineering

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Johan Karlsson, Chalmers University of Technology, Probabilistic Analysis of Safe and Unsafe Disagreement in Leader Election Protocols for Virtual Traffic Lights

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Miguel P. Correira, University of Lisboa, BlockSimBlockchain Simulator

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Business Meeting

IFIP Working Group 10.4 business meeting

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List of Attendees

Names and Contact Information

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