Call For Papers

Technical Topics For AiD 2019

The Vancouver 2019 Ai Decentralized conference is focused on decentralized resource (cpu, storage, network) incentivization such as Golem, Filecoin / IFPS, RightMesh and related technologies which will help to enable decentralized AI. From the academic perspective, related research areas are encouraged to submit papers, particularly those which are critical reviews, performance analyses, cryptographic and security reviews. Suggested contribution topics include (but are not limited to) empirical and theoretical studies of:

Research Topics
Token economics and game theoretic analyses of ecosystems
Micropayment channels / state payment channels
Scalable distributed ledger technologies
Tokenized caching, content distribution for distributed storage
Incentivizing distributing decentralized processing loads
Tokenized Infrastructure-less networks
Decentralized artificial intelligence systems
Security issues related to decentralizing storage, processing and networking
Performance analyses of various blockchain and distributed ledger technologies
UI/UX challenges associated with adoption of solutions by end users
Anonymity and Privacy in blockchain systems
Case studies (e.g., of adoption, attacks, forks, etc.)
Smart Contract Programming Languages and VM's
Identity, Identification and trust in blockchain systems
Consensus protocols for blockchains
Publication Formats
Format: ACM Article Template
Deadlines
Submission deadline: October 1st, 2018
Acceptance notification date: November 1st, 2018
Early registration date: December 1st, 2018
Camera ready deadline: January 1st, 2019

Next deadline: Submission of Papers - October 1st

Organizing Committee

Jason Ernst

Dr. Jason Ernst

Chief Technology Officer - The RightMesh project

Bushra Anjum

Bushra Anjum

Program Chair - ACM, Software Engineer - Amazon

Katie Schuman

Katie Schuman

Proceedings Chair, PostDoc - Oak Ridge National Labratory

Toufi Saliba

Toufi Saliba

Chair - ACM PB CC, CEO - TODA, Co-Author - Toda Protocol

Technical Program Committee

Rogayeh Tabrizi

Rogayeh Tabrizi

Chief Science Officer - Theory and Practice

Raja Jurdak

Raja Jurdak

Professor, Senior Principal Research Scientist - Data61

Dan Gillis

Dan Gillis

Associate Professor, Statistician, Director of PSEER

David Wang

Dr. David Wang

Chief Micropayments Scientist - The RightMesh project

Mirja Kühlewind

Mirja Kühlewind

Network Researcher - ETH Zurich

Richard Yu

Richard Yu

Professor - Carleton University

Nir Kshetri

Nir Kshetri

Professor - UNCG

Joshua Ellul

Joshua Ellul

Lecturer - University of Malta

Victor Leung

Victor Leung

Professor - University of British Columbia

Chen Feng

Chen Feng

Assistant Professor - University of British Columbia - Okanagon

Lucien Loiseau

Lucien Loiseau

Lead Mesh Networking Scientist - The RightMesh project

Srinath Setty

Srinath Setty

Researcher - Microsoft Research

Wei Cai

Wei Cai

PostDoc - UBC

Jianping Pan

Jianping Pan

Professor - University of Victoria