Blockchain and Distributed Ledger Technologies (DLT) have the potential to disrupt any domain involving coordination among autonomous resources. IEEE/ACM BRAINS Conference is dedicated to these new advances that could make the world of networks and services more secure, while enabling disruptive new distributed business models.
BRAINS 2021 seeks 2-hour tutorial proposals on new and emerging topics within the scope of blockchain. The proposal (maximum 3 pages) should concisely describe the content and objectives of the tutorial, and must include:
- Title of the tutorial
- Abstract, objectives, and motivation
- Timeliness and intended audience
- Name, affiliation, and a short biography of each tutorial speaker
- A description of the technical issues that the tutorial will address, emphasizing its timeliness
- An outline of the tutorial content, including its tentative schedule
- If appropriate, a description of the past/relevant experience of the speaker(s) on the topic of the tutorial
- A description of the previous tutorial experience of the speaker(s), and past versions of the tutorial
- State if a similar tutorial has been offered in other conferences (last two years) and how your tutorial differs
Submission and Other Guidelines
A stipend of $300 US will be offered per tutorial (to be shared among speakers for a particular tutorial if more than one speaker presents the tutorial). As for most conferences, travel and other expenses are to be covered by the tutorial speakers themselves.
Proposals (not more than 4 pages including a cover page) should be submitted through EDAS at https://edas.info/N28066
For further information, please contact the Tutorial Chair.
Important Tutorials Dates
- Tutorial Submission: May 30, 2021
- Tutorial Acceptance Notification: June 30, 2021
- Presentation material due: September 1, 2020
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