IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
14-17 May 2019 // Seoul, South Korea

Poster Session

※ The following  guidelines will be of help when you prepare your poster presentation. Please remember that it is very important that you prepare your poster before you travel to Seoul and that you bring it yourself.

Wednesday, May 15, 2019
Poster Session 1 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Wed, May, 15, 9:45 AM – 10:15 AM, Lobby
PS01-1 Energy-recycling Blockchain with Proof-of-Deep-Learning
Changhao Chenli, Boyang Li, Yiyu Shi, Taeho Jung
University of Notre Dame, USA
PS01-2 CaIV: Cast-as-Intended Verifiability in Blockchain-based Voting
Raphael Matile, Bruno Rodrigues, Eder Scheid, Burkhard Stiller
University of Zurich UZH, Switzerland
PS01-3 Increasing Trust in Tor Node List Using Blockchain
Lukáš Hellebrandt1, Ivan Homoliak1,2, Kamil Malinka1, Petr Hanáček1
Brno University of Technology, Czech Republic1
Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore2
PS01-4 A Fault Resilient Consensus Protocol for Large Permissioned Blockchain Networks
Chander G1, Pralhad Deshpande2, Sandip Chakraborty3
IBM Research, India1
Anquan Capital, Singapore2
IIT Kharagpur, India3
PS01-5 Towards Human-readable Smart Contracts
Felix Franz1, Tobias Fertig1, Andreas E. Sch¨utz1, Henry Vu2
University of Applied Sciences W¨urzburg-Schweinfurt, Germany1
PENTASYS AG, Germany2
Poster Session 2 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Wed, May, 15, 4:15PM – 4:45PM, Lobby
PS02-1 MTFS: Merkle-Tree-Based File System
Jia Kan, Kyeong Soo Kim
Xi’an Jiaotong-Liverpool University, China
PS02-2 A Payment Channel Based Hybrid Decentralized Ethereum Token Exchange
Xuan Luo1, Wei Cai2, Zehua Wang1, Xiuhua Li1, Victor C. M. Leung1
University of British Columbia, Canada1
The Chinese University of Hong Kong, Shenzhen, China2
PS02-3 Improving Vendor-managed Inventory Strategy Based on Internet of Things (IoT) Applications and Blockchain Technology
Tom Dasaklis, Fran Casino
University of Piraeus, Greece
PS02-4 Permissionless Blockchains and Secure Logging
Chunpeng Ge1, Siwei Sun2, Pawel Szalachowski1
Singapore University of Technology and Design, Singapore1
Data Assurance and Communication Security Research Center, China2
PS02-5 Peer-to-Peer EngergyTrade: A Distributed Private Energy Trading Platform
Ali Dorri1 2, Ambrose Hill1 2, Salil Kanhere1, Raja Jurdak2, Fengji Luo3, Zhao Yang Dong1
UNSW, Australia1
DATA61 CSIRO, Australia2
University of Sydney, Australia3
PS02-6 Transparent Logging with Hyperledger Fabric
Christian Schaefer, Christine Edman
Ericsson AB, Sweden
Poster Session 3 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Wed, May, 15,  6:00PM – 8:00PM, Main Hall
PS03-1 Detection of Tampered Images Using Blockchain Technology
Nour Jnoub, Wolfgang Klas
University of Vienna, Austria
PS03-2 Digitizing Invoice and Managing VAT Payment Using Blockchain Smart Contract
Van-Cam NGUYEN1, Hoai-Luan PHAM2, Thi-Hong TRAN2, Huu-Thuan HUYNH1, Yasuhiko NAKASHIMA2
Vietnam National University, Vietnam1
Nara Institute of Science and Technology, Japan2
PS03-3 Lottery DApp from Multi-Randomness Extraction
Yu-Chi Chen, Song-Yi Hsu, Ting-Wei Chang, Ting-Wei Wu
Yuan Ze University, Taiwan
PS03-4 Towards Blockchain Interoperability: Improving Video Games Data Exchange
Léo Besançon, Catarina Ferreira Da Silva, Parisa Ghodous
Université Claude Bernard Lyon 1, France
PS03-5 FPGALedger: FPGA based Decentralized Ledger for Enterprise Applications
Han-Yee Kim1, Lei Xu2, Weidong Shi3, Taeweon Suh1
Korea University, Republic of Korea1
Conduent Technology Innovation, USA2
University of Houston, USA3
PS03-6 The Design of a Mobile Number Portability System on a Permissioned Private Blockchain Platform
Dilip Krishnaswamy, Kanchan Chauhan, Aayush Bhatnagar, Shailesh Jha, Shobhit Srivastava, Dipender Bhamrah, Manish Prasad
Reliance Jio Infocomm, India
Thursday, May 16, 2019
Poster Session 4 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Thu, May, 16, 9:45AM – 10:15AM, Lobby
PS04-1 Sora: A Decentralized Autonomous Economy
Makoto Takemiya
Soramitsu Co., Ltd., Japan
PS04-2 Blockchain based Proxy Re-Encryption Scheme for Secure IoT Data Sharing
Ahsan Manzoor1, Madhsanka Liyanage1 2, An Braeken3, Salil S. Kanhere4, Mika Ylianttila1
University of Oulu, Finland1
University College Dublin, Ireland2
Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Belgium3
University of New South Wales, Australia4
PS04-3 The Risks and Challenges of Implementing Ethereum Smart Contracts
Christopher G. Harris
University of Northern Colorado, USA
PS04-4 Security Management and Visualization in a Blockchain-based Collaborative Defense
Christian Killer, Bruno Rodrigues, Burkhard Stiller
University of Zurich UZH, Switzerland
PS04-5 On Using Blockchain Based Workflows
Nelson Bore, Andrew Kinai, Juliet Mutahi, David Kaguma, Fred Otieno, Sekou L. Remy, Komminist Weldemariam
IBM Research, Kenya
PS04-6 Blockchain Explorer based on RPC-based Monitoring System
Chaehyeon Lee, Heegon Kim, Sajan Maharjan, Kyungchan Ko, James Won-Ki Hong
POSTECH, Republic of Korea
Poster Session 5 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Thu, May, 16, 4:15PM – 4:45PM, Lobby
PS05-1 Integration of Fog Computing and Blockchain Technology Using the Plasma Framework
Michael Herbert Ziegler, Marcel Großmann, Udo R. Krieger
University of Bamberg, Germany
PS05-2 Distributed Ledger Witness Selection in Bounded Width Directed Acyclic Graphs
Andrew Gorczyca, Audrey Decker
Air Force Research Lab, USA
PS05-3 Measuring ICO Performance Indicators: An Empirical Study Via White Papers
Charlotte, Shiao-Han Wu, Huang-Chih Sung, Tsung-Chi Cheng
National Chengchi University, Taiwan
PS05-4 BlockSIM: A practical simulation tool for optimal network design, stability and planning
Santosh Pandey1, Gopal Ojha1, Bikesh Shrestha1, Rohit Kumar2
Rosebay Consulting, Nepal1
Rosebay Group, Nepal2
PS05-5 Empirical Performance Evaluation and Mathematical Analysis of the EOS.IO Blockchain Protocol
Zachary Cole1, Bhaskar Krishanmachari2
Whiteblock, Inc, USA1
USC Viterbi School of Engineering, USA2
PS05-6 Visualising Bitcoins Dynamic P2P Network Topology and Performance
Meryam Essaid, Sejin Park, Hongteak Ju
Keimyung University, Republic of Korea
Friday, May 17, 2019
Poster Session 6 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Fri, May, 17, 9:45AM – 10:15AM, Lobby
PS06-1 Achieving Fairness in the Tangle through an Adaptive Rate Control Algorithm
Luigi Vigneri, Wolfgang Welz, Alon Gal, Vassil Dimitrov
IOTA Foundation, Germany
PS06-2 Usability and Security Analysis of the KeepKey Wallet
Emad Almutairi1, Shiroq Al-Megren2
King Abdulaziz City for Science and Technology, Saudi Arabia1
King Saud University, Saudi Arabia2
PS06-3 Identification of Darknet Markets’ Bitcoin Addresses by Voting Per-address Classification Results
Kota Kanemura, Kentaroh Toyoda, Tomoaki Ohtsuki
Keio University, Japan
PS06-4 Mint Centrality: A Centrality Measure for the Bitcoin Transaction Graph
Beltran Borja Fiz Pontiveros, Mathis Steichen, Radu State
University of Luxembourg, Luxemburg
PS06-5 Various Perspectives in New Blockchain Design by Using Theory of Inventive Problem Solving
Song-Kyoo Kim1, Chan Yeob Yeun1, Ernesto Damiani1, Yousef Al-Hammadi2
Khalifa University, UAE1
UAE University, UAE2
PS06-6 A Landscape of Cryptocurrencies
Zhaofang Li1, Qinghua Lu2, Shiping Chen2, Yue Liu1, Xiwei Xu2
China University of Petroleum, China1
Data61, CSIRO, Australia2
Poster Session 7 – Chair: KyungChan Ko & Meryam Essaid
Fri, May, 17, 3:10PM – 3:40PM, Lobby
PS07-1 Hermes: An Open and Transparent Marketplace for IoT Sensor Data over Distributed Ledgers
Pavlos Tzianos, Georgios Pipelidis, Nikos Tsiamitros
Technical University of Munich, Germany
PS07-2 Blockchain-Based Solution to Prevent Postage Stamps Fraud
Darya Korepanova1 2, Stanislav Kruglik3, Yash Madhwal3, Timur Myaldzin4 5, Ivan Prokhorov1 5, Igor Shiyanov4, Sergey Vorobyov1 2, Yury Yanovich1 3 6
Bitfury, Netherland1
National Research University Higher School of Economics, Russia2
Skolkovo Institute of Science and Technology, Russia3
Russian Post, Russia4
Lomonosov Moscow State University, Russia5
Institute for Information Transmission Problems (IITP RAS), Russia6
PS07-3 On the specification and verification of atomic swap smart contracts
Ron van der Meyden
UNSW Sydney, Australia
PS07-4 On the Effectiveness of Multi-Token Economies
Sean Kang1, Kideok Cho2, Kyle Park2
SK Telecom, Republic of Korea1
Network Defines, Republic of Korea2
PS07-5 Punishment not Reward: Disincentivising Blockchain Application Misbehaviour
Richard Banach
University of Manchester, United Kingdom