Our paper titled “A Memory Optimized and Flexible BlockChain for Large Scale Networks” has just been accepted at Future Generation Computer Systems (IF: 4.639). The paper shows how transactions can be removed or summarised within a blockchain without affecting the blockchain consistency, which is critical for supporting people’s right to be forgotten.
Our paper titled “ProductChain: Scalable Blockchain Framework to Support Provenance in Supply Chains” has been accepted to the IEEE International Symposium on Network Computing and Applications (NCA), 2018.
Our paper titled “SpeedyChain: A framework for decoupling data from blockchain for smart cities” has just been accepted to the 15th EAI International Conference on Mobile and Ubiquitous Systems: Computing, Networking and Services (MobiQuitous) and will be presented at the conference in New York in November 2018.
Our paper titled “Real-world diffusion dynamics based on point process approaches: a review” has just been published by Artificial Intelligence. Access the full paper here.
Two of our papers have been ranked as some of the top-cited papers by Google Scholar at their respective venues. The Google Scholar rankings, which consider the period of the last 5 years, rank our paper Blockchain for IoT security and privacy: The case study of a smart home. as the 3rd most cited paper at Percom workshops:
Our paper Towards an Optimized BlockChain for IoT was ranked as the 2nd most cited paper at IoTDI:
This paper was also ranked as the most downloaded of ACM special interest group on embedded systems, with about 450 conferences in the past 20 years, including IPSN and SenSys:
Our paper titled “Fair Scheduling for Data Collection in Mobile Sensor Networks with Energy Harvesting” has just been accepted at IEEE Transactions on Mobile Computing. Congratulations to lead author Lukas Li and the entire team!
Engineers Australia’s Create Magazine has recently published a profile article covering our work related to long-term energy-neutral operation of embedded sensor nodes. Read the full article here.