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Stefano Ferretti <[log in to unmask]>
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Fifth ACM International Workshop on Blockchain-enabled Networked Sensor 

Co-located with ACM SenSys-2023

November 12, 2023
Istanbul, Turkey

*** Submission deadline: August 28, 2023***

Sensing technologies are being widely used in environments such as smart 
home, smart building, vehicular network, etc. Information collected from 
networked sensor systems are valuable if shared and tracked correctly. 
However, today's sensing-cloud paradigm does not genetically support 
trust management and privacy preservation; it also does not encourage 
information sharing in multi-stakeholder settings through incentives and 
payment mechanisms. The emerging blockchain and other distributed ledger 
technologies offer a possibility to 1) ensure data protection, 2) 
monetize information exchange, 3) reduce sharing and maintenance costs, 
and 4) to manage trust in multi-stakeholder settings. We solicit high 
quality position papers and research papers that address opportunities 
and challenges at the intersection of networked sensing/IoT, smart 
cities, and blockchain. We aim to set up a stage for industry and 
academia to share wins and lessons combining both disciplines. We 
welcome contributions to all relevant research on application, system, 
network and security.

Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:

- Applications of blockchain in sensing, IoT, smart city, and energy 
distribution environments
- New protocols and consensus algorithms providing fault-tolerance for 
sensing and IoT systems
- Sensor data-tampering protection using blockchain based systems
- Incentives and reward mechanisms for sharing sensing data
- Decentralized sensing data sharing and storage
- Smart contract design and implementation
- Resource optimization on compute, storage, energy and network
- Solutions to performance and scalability issues
- Blockchain and mobile sensing systems
- Architectural issues around blockchain-based sensor systems
- Decentralized machine learning and AI systems/protocols
- Blockchain-based solutions for IoT Trust, security, and privacy
- Decentralized IoT marketplace

* Submission Guidelines *
Submissions should be previously unpublished, and not currently under 
review by another conference or journal. Papers should be submitted for 
consideration via the workshop website, prior to the submission 
deadline, and must adhere to the provided formatting guidelines. All 
submissions must use the LaTeX styles found here . Papers that do not 
meet the size and formatting requirements will not be reviewed. Please 
note that ACM uses 9pt fonts in all conference proceedings, and the 
LaTeX style implicitly defines the font size to be 9pt.

We solicit three types of paper submission:

- Technical Papers up to 6 pages (including everything except 
references), reporting on novel research, to be presented at the 
workshop as an oral presentation;
- Position Papers up to 4 pages (including everything), reporting on new 
research directions to be presented at the workshop as an oral 
presentation with interactive discussion;
- Demo/Poster Papers up to 2 pages (including everything), to be 
presented at the workshop as an interactive demonstration or poster 

* General Chairs *
Bhaskar Krishnamachari (University of Southern California, USA)
Salil Kanhere (University of New South Wales, Australia)

* Technical Program Committee Chairs *
Stefano Ferretti (University of Urbino, Italy)
Gowri Sankar Ramachandran (Queensland University of Technology, Australia)

Prof. Stefano Ferretti, Ph.D.
Department of Pure and Applied Sciences - University of Urbino
Piazza della Repubblica 13, 61029 Urbino, Italy



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