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Workshop Việt Nam – Ý về công nghệ blockchain cho thành phố thông minh và Blockchain Hackathon

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Workshop Việt Nam - Ý về công nghệ blockchain cho thành phố thông minh và Blockchain Hackathon (Italian-Vietnamese joint workshop on Blockchain technology for Smart cities)

Trong hai ngày 11 và 12 tháng 4, năm 2019 tại Trường Đại học Bách Khoa Hà Nội sẽ diễn ra hội thảo Công nghệ blockchain cho thành phố thông minh. Sự kiện này được tổ chức bởi Đại học Palermo - Ý, Đại học Bách Khoa Hà Nội, và Đại sứ quán Ý tại Việt Nam. Hội thảo bao gồm các 3 hoạt động chính đó là: trình bày về các khái niệm, công nghệ chính trong blockchain; tọa đàm về tiềm năng ứng dụng công nghệ blockchain tại Việt Nam; và một cuộc thi hackathon đối với các ý tưởng sáng tạo, các dự án tiềm năng sử dụng công nghệ này. Sự kiện sẽ là nơi các nhà khoa học, các lập trình viên, nhà đầu tư, cùng các nhà quản lý chia sẻ các quan điểm, tầm nhìn, và việc triển khai blockchain tại Việt Nam.

 Địa điểm: Phòng 816 Thư viện Tạ Quang Bửu, Trường Đại học Bách Khoa Hà Nội

Thời gian: 11-12/04/2019

Ngôn ngữ hội thảo: tiếng Anh

Đăng ký tham dự và hackathon: http://bit.do/italian-vietnamese-joint-workshop

 Chương trình hội thảo: 

General Chair

Pierluigi Gallo

University of Palermo

Local Co-Chairs

Trinh Vu Tuyet

Binh-Minh Nguyen

HUST

HUST

Publicity Co-Chairs

Ba-Lam Do

Thanh-Chung Dao

HUST

HUST

Honorary Chairs

Mariano Anderle

 

Tung Ta Hai

Scientific Attaché,

Embassy of Italy to Vietnam

Dean

School of Information Communication Technology, HUST

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The blockchain technology has a strong impact on the applications for smart cities, in particular for tracking food, asset management, transactive energy, and privacy.  The event is composed by three sessions: an introductory workshop for understanding key concepts, technologies and methodologies; a round-table workshop for discussing blockchain applications and their applicability to the Vietnamese market; an hackathon to challenge developers, designers, and idea generators to create immersive projects using the tools in the blockchain ecosystem, with the chance to win prizes. The event permit scientists, programmers, investors, and public bodies to share ideas and opportunities, then prices will be assigned evaluating vision, implementation, and business model of the prototypes developed during the hackathon.

Organizing Committee

 Program

 

Thursday, April 11 - 2019

8:15

Registration

8:30

Welcome & Greetings

-       Tung Ta Hai, Dean of SoICT - HUST

-       Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo

-       Mariano Anderle, Embassy of Italy, Scientific Attaché

Session 1: Blockchain for Business Processes

Chair: Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

8:45

Blockchain as a platform for secure inter-organizational business processes

Barbara Carminati, University of Insubria

 9:15

AgriBKChain: A blockchain-based Network for Agricultural Traceability and Product Advertising

Ba-Lam Do, HUST, Vietnam

 9:45

A Service-Oriented Architecture for Knowledge Management Systems in the Era of Big Data and Blockchain

Thuong-Cang Phan, Can Tho University

10:15

Break

Session 2: Blockchain for Security and Application

Chair: Binh-Minh Nguyen, SoICT-HUST

10:30

Blockchain for Private and Secure Smart Environment

Barbara Carminati, University of Insubria, Italy

11:00

Challenges and Strategies of Private key Protection in Blockchain

Thanh Chung Dao, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

11:30

BlockSee and Applications in the Video Surveillance

Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

12:00

Advantages and Perspective of a Joint Use of Blockchain and IoT

Uy Quoc Nguyen,  PTIT, Vietnam

12:30

Wrapup  & Break

Session 3: University-Industry Collaboration and e-government

Chair: Trinh Vu Tuyet, HUST

14:30

Blockchain for smartcity

Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

15:00

A Blockchain solution for the South-Eastern Asia Social Security Identification Number - SEASSIN

Antonio De Luca, INPS, Italy

15:30

Discussion

 

Blockchain Tutorial and Hands on Day

 

Friday, April 12 - 2019

8:30

Registration

9:00

Introduction to the Blockchain Technology

Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

10:15

Break

10:30

Application of BlockChain in Finance and Supply Chain Management

Pham Van Cam, Tomochain

11:00

Tutorial on Composer and Hyperledger Fabric

Mirko Avantaggiato, University of Palermo

12:00

Call for Ideas

Pierluigi Gallo, Binh-Minh Nguyen

12:30

Lunch time

13:30

From Ideas to Blockchain Coding (e.g. smart contracts writing)

Barbara Carminati, Pierluigi Gallo, Mirko Avantaggiato, Binh-Minh Nguyen, Thanh-Chung Dao, and Ba-Lam Do

17:00

Remarks and Evaluations & Prize

 

Abstracts

 

 

AgriBKChain: A blockchain-based Network for Agricultural Traceability and Product Advertising

Ba Lam Do, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

Abstract: In this talk, we introduce our research project for establishing a blockchain-based network among Asean countries in order to provide trusted information of agricultural product origin and encourage product export. The network data is stored mainly on clusters at universities in the Asian region and Japan. We provide a portal where anyone from the Asian region and Japan (US and Europe as well) can trace food origin easily from the blockchain network. The connection among many countries helps to increase the security and trust of the blockchain network. It is impossible to modify, for example production diary and expiration date, in the blockchain network since that information is kept at multiple locations and any change needs agreement from multiple parties.

 A Service-Oriented Architecture for Knowledge Management Systems in the Era of Big Data and Blockchain

Thuong-Cang Phan, Can Tho University

Organizations nowadays are intensifying their efforts to create value through big data initiatives as well as knowledge management systems to outperform their competitors. Big data is considered as a revolution that transforms traditional organizations into Data-Driven Organizations (DDOs) in which knowledge discovered from big data will be integrated into traditional organizational knowledge to improve decision-making and to facilitate organizational learning. This presentation provides a service-oriented architecture for designing a new generation of big data-driven knowledge management systems to help organizations to promote knowledge development and to obtain more business value from big data. The objective of the architecture is to promote both knowledge exploration and knowledge exploitation that need to take place simultaneously in DDOs. Besides, we also discuss Blockchain as a platform of the architecture for knowledge transactions that demand speed, safety, reliability, and traceability. It promises to offer security and data quality, as a primary advantage over many others.

Blockchain for Private and Secure Smart Environment

Barbara Carminati, University of Insubria, Italy

Internet of Things (IoT) is now evolving into a loosely coupled, decentralized system of cooperating smart objects, where high-speed data processing, analytics and shorter response times are becoming more necessary than ever. Such decentralization has a great impact on the way personal information generated and consumed by smart objects should be protected, because, without centralized data management, it is more difficult to control how data are combined and used by smart objects. To cope with this issue, in this talk, we discuss a framework where users of smart objects can specify their privacy preferences. Compliance check of user individual privacy preferences is performed directly by smart objects.  We further point out how blockchain could be integrated in the framework as decentralized trust framework.

Challenges and Strategies of Private key Protection in Blockchain

Thanh Chung Dao, Hanoi University of Science and Technology

All your tokens and smart contracts cannot be accessed if the private key of your wallet is lost that is the challenge we focus on and show strategies in order to protect your crypto-assets. Since your identity is anonymous in almost all public blockchain network, there is no way to restore lost wallets. There are popular strategies, for example using an encrypted private key, hardware wallets, paper wallets, and 12-word phrase. We propose other strategies including distributed storage, cloud-based and offline management.

BlockSee and Applications for the Video Surveillance

Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

The growing demand for safety in urban environments is supported by video surveillance. Cameras spread along the city introduce vulnerabilities and privacy issues. Manipulation of video flows provided by cameras as well as their configuration may lead to privacy violations. To face these risks, a blockchain- based video surveillance system that jointly provides validation and immutability to camera settings and surveillance videos, making them readily available to authorized users in case of events. This work is in the framework of a joint Italian - Vietnamese research.

 Advantages and Perspective of a Joint Use of Blockchain and IoT

Uy Quoc Nguyen, PTIT

The IoT paradigm enables the intertwined use of physical and software components through the interconnection of devices that exchange data with each other without direct human interaction in several fields, especially in industrial and home environments. This talk describes a decentralized architecture that aims at solving common IoT issues and vulnerabilities leveraging the centralized structure of IoT and the distributed architecture of the blockchain. Our experimental setup uses Docker containers on the IoT gateway and the Multichain blockchain for handling validated transactions without a central trusted authority. This work is in the framework of a joint Italian - Vietnamese research.

Blockchain for smart cities

Pierluigi Gallo, University of Palermo, Italy

This talk is to facilitate the discussion on cooperation between Italy and Vietnam on research and education on the use of blockchain technology for smart cities, including e-government, privacy, energy, transport and other novel urban services. The opportunities offered by blockchain technology and its relations with other key technologies, such as Big Data, IoT, AI will be introduced.

 A Blockchain solution for the South-Eastern Asia Social Security Identification Number - SEASSIN

Antonio De Luca, INPS, Italy

The citizen’s flow among different States of South-Eastern Asia is progressively increasing with several impacts on the capacity of each State to monitor and manage this flow. Every citizen (workers, students, etc.) can move within the South-Eastern Asia territory also maintaining the right to take advantage from welfare benefits even if he is in a Country that is different from the one where he is borne. The dimension and relevance of migration flows of both South-Eastern Asia natives and non-south citizens stressed the need to develop tools that allow each single state, as well as the South-Eastern Asia as a whole, to monitor and acknowledge the mobility of citizens within the its territory. A careful analysis of these remarks is at the basis of the idea of creating a single Social Security Number which provides each citizen moving across the states with a unique identification code. Blockchain has been identified as the mean to facilitate the adoption of SEASSIN, as it overcomes the constraints and limits previously advanced. Moreover, it represents the most concrete response to the issues of interoperability, security, transparency, sovereignty and privacy, which are all considered to be essential contents for the administration offices that are potentially involved in the project.

 

 

 

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