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Conference Overview

Blockchain is considered to be one of the most fundamental inventions in the history of computer science. Blockchain's transparent and decentralized nature enables the development of a non-refutable, and unbreakable record of data which makes the blockchain network useful for many applications. According to Mr. R. Gandhi, Former Deputy Governor of RBI, Blockchain technology is the disruptive innovation for the financial business applications. Asmart contract is an executable code that runs on the blockchain to facilitate, execute and enforce an agreement between untrusted parties without the involvement of a trusted third party. Although smart contract concept was introduced by Szabo in 1994 but there was no real time implementation of it. Only in 2008 when the blockchain (Bitcoin) was invented by Satoshi Nakamoto real implementation of smart contract was made possible.

The first national conference on Blockchain and Smart Contract Technologies 2019 (BSCT 19), will be held in NIT Trichy, Tiruchirappalli, Tamilnadu. The aim of the conference is to bring all researchers in this field and learners under one premise to build a community. A pre-conference th tutorial will be conducted on 7 November,2019 th th followed by conference from 8 -10 November, 2019. The conference includes paper presentation and talk to cover broad spectrum of Blockchain technology and smart contract. This conference invites original research contributions in all aspects of Blockchain technology and smart contract.

About the Institution

National Institute of Technology, Tiruchirappalli (NITT), is one among the premier Institutions of India and is well known for its high standards in teaching and research. It offers 10 undergraduate and 23 postgraduate programs in disciplines spanning engineering, science, architecture and management. It has been declared as an Institute of National Importance by the Government of India under NIT Act. According to the Ministry of Human Resources Development, NIRF 2019, NIT Trichy has been ranked as the 1st NIT among all the NITs consistently for last three years and 10th among all the technical institutes in India in 2019. It has been awarded the “Best Industry linked National Institute of Technology in India” by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) in the year 2015.

About Tiruchirappalli

Tiruchirappalli (Trichy) is the 4th largest town in Tamil Nadu. The city has been ruled byvarious ancient and historical kingdoms and empires. The Cholas, Pandyas, Pallavas, Vijaynagar Kingdom, Carnatic Kingdom and British have ruled this region and have deeply influenced the city's culture over the years. The famous Temples to visit in and around Trichy are Ranganathaswamy Temple, Rockfort Temple, Jambukeswarar Temple, Sree Meenakshi Amman Temple (Madurai), Brahadeeswara Temple (Thanjavur).

Brahadeeswara Temple (Thanjavur)

Rockfort temple (Tiruchirappalli)

Committee

Organizing Committee
Patron

Dr. Mini Shaji Thomas, Director, NIT Tiruchirappalli

Co-Patron

Dr. M. Punniyamoorthy, Professor (HAG), NIT Trichy

Chairman

Dr. K. Viswanathan Iyer, Prof., NIT Trichy

Dr. Michael Arock, Prof., NIT Trichy

Dr. Kunwar Singh, Asst.Prof ,NIT Trichy

Organizing Secretary

Dr. S. Jaya Nirmala, NIT, Tiruchirappalli

Dr. E. Sivasankar, NIT, Tiruchirappalli

Programme Committee

Dr. Somitra Sanadhya, IIT, Ropar

Dr. Santanu Sarkar, IIT, Madras

Dr. Jimmy Jose, NIT, Calicut

Dr. Hariom, IIT (ISM), Dhanbad

Dr. Sahadeo Padhye, NIT, Allahabad

Dr. C. D. Jaidhar, NIT, Surathkal

Dr. Narendran Rajagopalan, NIT, Puducherry

Dr. P. Arun Rajkumar, NIT, Calicut

Dr. B. Surendiran, NIT, Puducherry

Dr. B. Suresh Babu, NIT, Warangal

Dr. M. Venkatesan, NIT, Surathkal

Dr. R.Chandrasekar, NIT, Puducherry

More are being invited

Conference Themes and Papers

Research papers are invited in the following areas but not limited to:

Blockchain technologies
Cryptocurrencies
Smart contracts
Smart contracts deployment & maintenance
Blockchain vulnerabilities & attacks schemes
Blockchain Security and privacy concerns
Industry applications of Blockchain

Speakers

Dr. C. Pandurangan, IIT, Madras

Dr. Venkatraman Ramakrishna, IBM Bangalore

Dushyant K Behl, IBM Bangalore

M. Prem Laxman Das, SETS Chennai

Saravanan Vijayakumar, IIT Bombay

Somitra Sanadhaya, IIT Ropar

Dr. Kannan Srinathan, IIIT, Hyderabad

Dr. Mahavir Jhanwar, Ashoka University

More speakers from premier institutes are being invited

Program

Download Schedule here

Call for Papers

Papers submitted by the authors will be strictly reviewed by a review panel. The full paper should not be more than 10 pages (maximum) and the paper should be in IEEE format. All Submissions in PDF format can be forwarded to conference mail ID: bsct2k19@gmail.com

Extended version of the selected papers will be published in the journal. Research Briefs on Information & Communication Technology Evolution (ReBICTE) https://www.rebicte.org/




Important Dates

Last Date for Submission of Full Paper
(Limited to 10 pages)

6th October 2019

Confirmation of Acceptance
of Paper

18th October 2019


Camera Ready Paper Submission

28th October 2019

Conference Dates

8th - 10th November 2019

Registration

Academicians from Engineering Colleges & Research Institutions, Research Scholars, Industrialists and Professionals in the field of Electronics, Information Technology and related fields are eligible to attend this conference. Fill this form to register for the conference.

Registration Fee details


Category Registration Fee
Listeners (People from Industry, faculties from Academic Institute) ₹400/-
Listeners (Research Scholar/Student) ₹200/-
Registration fees is waived and 3 AC fare for the shortest route will be provided for listeners belonging to ST Category
Registration fees is waived for one of the author of the selected paper

Registration fee is paid through DD drawn in favor of THE DIRECTOR,NIT Trichy


How to Reach Us


NIT-T is in Tiruchirappalli (also know as Trichy or Tiruchy). It is located on the Trichy-Thanjavur Highway about 22 km from Tiruchirappalli Railway Jn / Central Bus stand. The nearest airport is Tiruchirappalli airport. The simplest and most economical way to reach NITT from Trichy city is by bus. Any city bus at the Tiruchirappalli Railway Junction will take you to the central bus stand. Board Thanjavur bound mofussil or route bus. The journey time from Trichy city will be around 30 minutes. Ola and Fastrack cabs are also an option to reach the campus.