[icnrg] Call For Participation: DINPS Workshop 2022 - 10 July Bologna, Italy (together with ICDCS)

Joao Leitao <jc.leitao@fct.unl.pt> Sat, 25 June 2022 14:16 UTC

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Subject: [icnrg] Call For Participation: DINPS Workshop 2022 - 10 July Bologna, Italy (together with ICDCS)
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Apologies in advance if you receive multiple copies of this message.

The Workshop on Decentralized Internet, Networks, Protocols, and Systems
(DINPS) will be held in Bologna, Italy
on the 10th of July 2022, and is colocated with ICDCS 2022. The workshop
will bring together researchers and
practitioners in the fields of decentralized systems, peer-to-peer
networks, and edge computing.

The emergence of the Web3.0 paradigm as well as the increasing exploration
of naturally decentralized computation
paradigms in contexts such as edge computing, is making decentralized
systems more relevant than ever. Now is the time to
leverage our expertise and discoveries in this area to define the future of
the decentralized Internet!

This workshop has a very exciting program that includes a keynote from
Robbert van Renesse from Cornell University (more
details below), an invited talk from Felix Lange from the Ethereum
Foundation, 10 papers from both academia and industry
that span topics including decentralized networking and storage, social
economics and tools for decentralized systems,
blockchain, and consensus. Furthermore, the will be two tutorials and 5

Join us for a great day discussing recent innovations and the future of
decentralized systems, and also take the
oportunity to join an online Hackathon that will be lauched at the end of
the event.

Website: https://research.protocol.ai/sites/dinps/

Registration: https://icdcs2022.icdcs.org/registration/

Programme: https://research.protocol.ai/sites/dinps/programme/

** Highlights: **

Keynote: Towards World-Wide Total Event Ordering

Keynote Speaker: Robbert van Renesse (Cornell University)

Abstract: The shared log abstraction has proved to be an important building
block for distributed systems. It underlies
other key abstractions such as state machine replication, atomic
transactions, accountability, stream processing, and
deterministic replay. Shared logs can also play a pivotal role in
infrastructure control planes and global service management.
Unfortunately, existing shared log implementations make painful and rather
extreme trade-offs between desirable features such
as low latency (both average and tail latency), high throughput, fault
tolerance, and consistency properties such as total
and causal order. While some trade-offs are unavoidable, we aim to
demonstrate that it is possible to create a worldwide log
by weaving together existing logs. The resulting interlog achieves all the
desirable properties at the same time.  Some key
insights include separating ordering from storage and ordering events
before they happen.

Invited Talk: Networking Challenges in the Ethereum Network

Invited Speaker: Felix Lange (Ethereum Foundation)

Abstract: Building decentralized systems is hard and often times operating
the networking layer over which decentralized
applications run is even harder. Ethereum is one of the largest blockchain
networks in operation with countless of applications
building on top of it. This talk will summarise the main building blocks of
Ethereum's networking stack, it will discuss the
challenges faced in the process and will point to issues that need further
investigation and research.

João Leitão
Assistant Professor @ DI - FCT/UNL
Integrated Researcher @ NOVA LINCS
Twitter: @jcaleitao