2021 3rd International Conference on Blockchain Technology (ICBCT 2021)

Conference / Summit (onsite)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) & Machine Learning (ML); Blockchain

Address: Shanghai, Shanghai, China
Date: 26 to 28 Mar '21

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Publication: 
All submissions will be peer reviewed, and the accepted papers will be published in the International Conference Proceedings Series by ACM, which will be archived in the ACM Digital Library, and indexed by EI Compendex and Scopus.  



Conference Technical Committees :

Prof. Jamal El-Den, Charles Darwin University, Australia 

Prof. Costas Busch, Louisiana State University, USA 

Assoc. Prof. Jyh-Haw Yeh, Boise State University, USA 

Prof. Raj Jain, Washington University in St. Louis, USA 

Dr. Deepak Tosh, The University of Texas at El Paso, USA 

Prof. Loc Nguyen, Sunflower Soft Company, Vietnam 

Asst. Prof. Bo Mei, Texas Christian University, USA 

Asst. Prof. Cong Pu, Marshall University, USA

Contact:

Conference Secretary: Luna Wu 

Email: icbct@academic.net 

Tel : +86-13668294879 

Blockchain is the key enabling technology for cryptocurrency. It was introduced as part of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, which was established during the great recession. Blockchain is often referred to as a distributed and secure database. In fact, blockchain is much more than such a database, it consists of a mechanism that ensures distributed consensus among independent participants operating in an untrusted network. As such, blockchain has now been used in areas far beyond the financial sector. In addition to the applications of blockchain, there are also intense research on the foundation of the blockchain technology itself, such as different ways to accomplish proof of work, security of blockchain, and scalability of blockchain. In this conference, we invite submissions of high quality papers describing fully developed results or on-going foundational and applied work on the following topics. Suggested contribution topics include (but are not limited to) empirical and theoretical studies of:

Blockchain Fundamentals
Alternative proof of work algorithms
Cyberattacks on blockchains
Economic impact on cyberattacks
Security and trust on permissioned blockchains
Scalability of blockchains
Smart contracts

Blockchain for Banking and Finance
Trade finance with blockchain
Digital identity management with blockchain

Blockchain for Supply Chain
Fraud and error reduction with blockchain
Inventory management with blockchain
Courier cost reduction with blockchain
Consumer and partner trust management with blockchain
Supply chain issue detection with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Consumer Products and Retail
Common information exchange between vendors and purchases with blockchain
Supply chain management with blockchain
Brand management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Government
Government operation with blockchain
Government asset registration management with blockchain
Fraud prevention and compliance management with blockchain
Government identity management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Automotive
Mobility services management with blockchain
Automobile supply chain management with blockchain
Automobile finance management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Medicine and Health Care
Patient consent and health data exchange with blockchain
Clinical trial management with blockchain
Outcome-based contracts based on blockchain
Global medical opinion platform with blockchain
Genomics and precision medicine with blockchain

Blockchain for Travel and Transportation
Passenger management with blockchain
Personnel management with blockchain
Assets management with blockchain
Cargo management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Internet of Things
Enterprise asset management with IoT and blockchain
Facilities management with IoT and blockchain
System engineering with IoT and blockchain
IoT platform based on blockchain
 
Blockchain for Agriculture
Getting food from the ground to the table is a multi-phase, complex process riddled with risks that make both consumers and entities vulnerable. Blockchain provides an effective way to track and trace the food supply chain from the seed to the final product, offer more revenue opportunities, and inform and better protect the consumer.

Blockchain is the key enabling technology for cryptocurrency. It was introduced as part of the first cryptocurrency, Bitcoin, which was established during the great recession. Blockchain is often referred to as a distributed and secure database. In fact, blockchain is much more than such a database, it consists of a mechanism that ensures distributed consensus among independent participants operating in an untrusted network. As such, blockchain has now been used in areas far beyond the financial sector. In addition to the applications of blockchain, there are also intense research on the foundation of the blockchain technology itself, such as different ways to accomplish proof of work, security of blockchain, and scalability of blockchain. In this conference, we invite submissions of high quality papers describing fully developed results or on-going foundational and applied work on the following topics. Suggested contribution topics include (but are not limited to) empirical and theoretical studies of:

Blockchain Fundamentals
Alternative proof of work algorithms
Cyberattacks on blockchains
Economic impact on cyberattacks
Security and trust on permissioned blockchains
Scalability of blockchains
Smart contracts

Blockchain for Banking and Finance
Trade finance with blockchain
Digital identity management with blockchain

Blockchain for Supply Chain
Fraud and error reduction with blockchain
Inventory management with blockchain
Courier cost reduction with blockchain
Consumer and partner trust management with blockchain
Supply chain issue detection with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Consumer Products and Retail
Common information exchange between vendors and purchases with blockchain
Supply chain management with blockchain
Brand management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Government
Government operation with blockchain
Government asset registration management with blockchain
Fraud prevention and compliance management with blockchain
Government identity management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Automotive
Mobility services management with blockchain
Automobile supply chain management with blockchain
Automobile finance management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Medicine and Health Care
Patient consent and health data exchange with blockchain
Clinical trial management with blockchain
Outcome-based contracts based on blockchain
Global medical opinion platform with blockchain
Genomics and precision medicine with blockchain

Blockchain for Travel and Transportation
Passenger management with blockchain
Personnel management with blockchain
Assets management with blockchain
Cargo management with blockchain
 
Blockchain for Internet of Things
Enterprise asset management with IoT and blockchain
Facilities management with IoT and blockchain
System engineering with IoT and blockchain
IoT platform based on blockchain
 
Blockchain for Agriculture
Getting food from the ground to the table is a multi-phase, complex process riddled with risks that make both consumers and entities vulnerable. Blockchain provides an effective way to track and trace the food supply chain from the seed to the final product, offer more revenue opportunities, and inform and better protect the consumer.

Raj Jain

IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow

IConf

Media Partner

Raj Jain

IEEE Fellow, ACM Fellow

IConf

Media Partner

Venue

Shanghai

Organizer

International Economics Development and Research Center

Venue

Shanghai

Organizer

International Economics Development and Research Center

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