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Blockchain with IoT 2021 : Special Issue in Blockchain with IoT in Springer Discover Internet of Things

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Link: https://link.springer.com/collections/gdjaeceaae
 
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Categories    blockchain   IOT
 

Call For Papers

Discover Internet of Things is part of the Springer Discover journal series committed to providing a streamlined submission process, rapid review and publication, and a high level of author service at every stage. It is open access, community-focussed journal publishing research from across all fields relevant to the Internet of Things (IOT), providing cutting-edge and state-of-art research findings to researchers, academicians, students, and engineers.

This Topical Collection on Blockchain with IoT aims at reporting fresh results with solutions to various challenges in deploying blockchain with IoT.

Internet of Things (IoT) has the potential to make environments smarter, increasingly connected, and more profitable and efficient. This can be achieved by connecting a large number of distributed and ubiquitously available smart devices and sensors through multi-level communication infrastructures. While this should ideally map to a decentralized hardware and software platform, current solutions are mostly based on centralized infrastructures, which have many disadvantages (e.g., high maintenance costs, low interoperability, single point of failure, etc.).

An additional challenge in supporting decentralization is achieving distributed consensus among autonomous IoT objects. In this view, blockchain represents a promising solution for enabling a decentralized IoT framework. When it comes to IoT, blockchain can store critical machine-to-machine communications sent as blockchain transactions, and ensure accountability and security of the stored data. Blockchain can also provide identity and proof of provenance of IoT devices with its cryptographic functions.

However, due to the massive number of devices and resource constraints, deploying blockchain in IoT requires addressing several additional challenges, including ensuring scalability, interoperability, security, privacy, and efficiency, which are the focuses of this special issue.

The submission deadline is 1st September

For further information, please follow the link to the Special Issue Website
https://link.springer.com/collections/gdjaeceaae


Please, do not hesitate to contact me in case of need of further information.

Thank Best regards

Barbara Carminati

CS Professor at University of Insubria, Italy

Discover Internet of Things – Section editor

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