BRAINS 2019 Program

Wednesday March 27, 2019

09:30amConference welcome Mauro de Oliveira (IFCE, former Telecommunications National Secretary of the Brazilian Communications Ministry, Brazil)

09:45amTutorial 1 - Blockchain, the new Eldorado by Pascal Urien (Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France) - Chaired by: Otto Duarte (UFRJ, Brazil)

11:15amCoffee Break

11:45amTutorial 2 - Crypto Terminal for Blockchain by Pascal Urien (Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France) - Chaired by: Otto Duarte (UFRJ, Brazil)

12:45pmLunch Break

02:00pmInvited talk 1 - Experimenting along the Road to 5G Network Slicing by Edmundo Madeira (Unicamp, Brazil) - Chaired by: Pedro Braconnot Velloso (UFRJ, Brazil)

02:45pmInvited talk 2 - A Perspective of Blockchain in HealthCare: Security, Convenience and Innovation by Michele Nogueira (UFPR, Brazil) - Chaired by: Pedro Braconnot Velloso (UFRJ, Brazil)

03:30pmCoffee Break

4:00pmUse-case - Chaired by: José Neuman (UFC, Brazil)

  1. Hidden-amount bitcoin transactions in the business organization
    Kaiyan Zheng (Zhong An Technology, China), Xuefeng Li and Xiaochuan Wu (Zhong An Technology, China), Xin Pei (Zhong An Technology, China), Kaiyan Zheng (Institute of Information Engineering, Chinese Academic of Sciences China)
  1. The Role of Artificial Intelligence in Current and Future Dense Wireless Networks
    Bruna Guedes, Fernanda G. O. Passos, and Diego Passos (UFF, Brazil)

Thursday March 28, 2019

09:45amTutorial 3 - Blockchain nuts and bolts by Nicolas Bozic (Squad, France) - Chaired by: Mauro de Oliveira (IFCE, Brazil)

11:15amCoffee Break

11:45amInvited talk 3 - Stream Processing and Machine Learning for Network Security by Martin Andreoni Lopez (Samsung Research Brazil) - Chaired by: Nicolas Bozic (SQUAD, France)

12:45pmLunch Break

02:00pmKeynote 1 - BFT consensus for permissioned blockchains and challenges by Fabiola Greve (UFBA, Brazil) - Chaired by: Miguel Elias M. Campista (UFRJ, Brazil)

03:00pmCoffee Break

03:30pmSession 3 - Consensus and blockchain security - Chaired by: Luis Henrique M. K. Costa (UFRJ, Brazil)

  1. Proof of Usage: User-centric consensus for data provision and exchange
    Samuel Masseport (Laboratoire d'Informatique, de Robotique et de Microélectronique de Montpellier (LIRMM) & Pikcio, France), Jorick Lartigau (Pikcio AG, France), Rodolphe Giroudeau (Université de Montpellier II, France), Benoit Darties (Université de Montpellier, France)
  1. A Heuristic for the Detection of Selfish Miner and Stalker attacks in Blockchains Networks
    Vanessa Chicarino (UFF, Brazil), Celio Albuquerque (UFF, Brazil), Emanuel Jesus (UFF, Brazil), Antonio A Rocha (UFF, Brazil)
  1. Proxy Re-Encryption Based Multilayered Blockchain Architecture for Enhanced Efficiency and Trust
    Bharat Rawal (Pennsylvania State University, USA)


Friday March 29, 2019

09:15amSession 4 - Security Use Cases - Chaired by: Igor Monteiro Moraes (UFF, Brazil)

  1. Social privacy score through vulnerability contagion process
    Aghiles Djoudi, Guy Pujolle (Sorbonne University, France)
  1. A Universal Solution for Decentralized Identity-Based Encryption Authentication
    Jiahe Wang (Nanjing University of Science & Technology, P.R. China); Songjie Wei (Nanjing University of Science and Technology, P.R. China); Haozhe Liu and Weilong Lv (Nanjing University of Science & Technology, P.R. China)
  1. Smart Contracts and the Power Grid: A Survey
    Dianne Medeiros (UFF, Brazil), Natalia Fernandes (UFF & Midiacom, Brazil), Diogo Mattos (UFF & MidiaCom, Brazil)

10:45amCoffee Break

11:15amKeynote 2 - Toward trusted wallets for secure blockchain transactions by Pascal Urien (Institut Polytechnique de Paris, France) - Chaired by: Diogo Mattos (UFF, Brazil)

12:15pmLunch Break

01:45pmSession 5 - Démo and work in Progress - Chaired by: Marcelo Rubinstein (UFRJ, Brazil)

  1. Distributed System for Threat Detection in Networks Using Machine Learning
    F. Schuartz, Mauro Fonseca, and Anelise Munaretto (UTFPR)
  1. Machine Learning based approach for Malwares Multiclass Classification
    Houssem Hosni (LIP6, France)
  1. MineCap: Online Detection and Blocking of Cryptocurrency Mining on Software-Defined Networking.
    H. Cunha Neto, N. Fernandes, D. Mattos (UFF, Brazil)

3:30pmPanel: Are Blockchain, robotics or Artificial Intelligence the solution of the future? - Moderator: Guy Pujolle (Sorbonne University, France)

04:00pmCoffee Break, Best paper Awards, and Conference Closing

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Important dates

  • Paper Submission Due
    Novembre 23, 2018
    December 21, 2018 (Extended)
  • Paper Review Feedback
    February 06, 2019
  • Final Papers Due
    February 16, 2019
  • Conference
    March 27-29, 2019

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