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主题: Blockchain: Applications and Security

 

时间:201876日(星期五)上午930

 

地点:学术会议中心 301

 

主办单位:计算机与网络安全学院、无线智能网络实验室

 

报告人简介:

 

 

   说明: C:\Users\yuke\AppData\Local\Temp\WeChat Files\757457224068404822.jpg Prof. My T. Thai is a UF Research Foundation Professor and Associate Chair for Research in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering at the University of Florida. She received her PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota in 2005. Her current research interests are on scalable algorithms, big data analysis, cybersecurity, and optimization in network science and engineering, including communication networks, smart grids, social networks, and their interdependency. The results of her work have led to 6 books and 140+ articles published in leading journals and conferences, including IEEE MSN 2014 Best Paper Award, IEEE ICDCS 2017 Best Paper Nominee, and 2017 IEEE ICDM Best Papers Award.

 

Prof. Thai has engaged in many professional activities. She has been a TPC-chair for many IEEE conferences, has served as an associate editor for Journal of Combinatorial Optimization (JOCO), Journal of Discrete Mathematics, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, and a series editor of Springer Briefs in Optimization. She is also a founding EiC of the Computational Social Networks journal. She has received many research awards including an UF Provosts Excellence Award for Assistant Professors, UF Term Professorship Award, UFRF Professorship Award, a Department of Defense (DoD) Young Investigator Award, and an NSF (National Science Foundation) CAREER Award.

 

 

报告内容摘要:

 

Blockchain has surged in popularity recently, exemplified by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The main feature of the blockchain technologies is to provide a secured, transparency decentralized system without the need for a trusted third party.

Due to its promising technologies, in this talk, I am going to discuss some of blockchain’s potential applications, going beyond the cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, we re-examine how secured the blockchain is using the decentralized network architecture of Bitcoin. As a result, I will highlight some potential risks of Blockchain via routing attacks and DDoS attacks.

 

 

佛罗里达大学My T. Thai教授特邀学术报告

2018-07-05 学术预告

主题: Blockchain: Applications and Security

 

时间:201876日(星期五)上午930

 

地点:学术会议中心 301

 

主办单位:计算机与网络安全学院、无线智能网络实验室

 

报告人简介:

 

 

   说明: C:\Users\yuke\AppData\Local\Temp\WeChat Files\757457224068404822.jpg Prof. My T. Thai is a UF Research Foundation Professor and Associate Chair for Research in the Department of Computer and Information Sciences and Engineering at the University of Florida. She received her PhD degree in Computer Science from the University of Minnesota in 2005. Her current research interests are on scalable algorithms, big data analysis, cybersecurity, and optimization in network science and engineering, including communication networks, smart grids, social networks, and their interdependency. The results of her work have led to 6 books and 140+ articles published in leading journals and conferences, including IEEE MSN 2014 Best Paper Award, IEEE ICDCS 2017 Best Paper Nominee, and 2017 IEEE ICDM Best Papers Award.

 

Prof. Thai has engaged in many professional activities. She has been a TPC-chair for many IEEE conferences, has served as an associate editor for Journal of Combinatorial Optimization (JOCO), Journal of Discrete Mathematics, IEEE Transactions on Parallel and Distributed Systems, IEEE Transactions on Network Science and Engineering, and a series editor of Springer Briefs in Optimization. She is also a founding EiC of the Computational Social Networks journal. She has received many research awards including an UF Provosts Excellence Award for Assistant Professors, UF Term Professorship Award, UFRF Professorship Award, a Department of Defense (DoD) Young Investigator Award, and an NSF (National Science Foundation) CAREER Award.

 

 

报告内容摘要:

 

Blockchain has surged in popularity recently, exemplified by bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies. The main feature of the blockchain technologies is to provide a secured, transparency decentralized system without the need for a trusted third party.

Due to its promising technologies, in this talk, I am going to discuss some of blockchain’s potential applications, going beyond the cryptocurrencies. Furthermore, we re-examine how secured the blockchain is using the decentralized network architecture of Bitcoin. As a result, I will highlight some potential risks of Blockchain via routing attacks and DDoS attacks.

 

 

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