February 8, 2023
Hamza Baniata (Department of Software Engineering) held a talk titled “Blockchain-related Research at University of Szeged” at yesterday’s CERCIRAS cost action joint WG + MC meeting, detailing the work our department has undertaken in connection to the CERCIRAS project.
Page last modified: February 8, 2023
January 16, 2023
The article titled "Approaches to Overpower Proof-of-Work Blockchains Despite Minority", authored by Hamza Baniata and Dr. Attila Kertész has been accepted into the Q1 journal IEEE Access.
Page last modified: January 16, 2023
September 6, 2022
Members of the IoTCloud research group at the Department of Software Engineering have published a paper titled "Block the Chain: Software Weapons of Fighting Against COVID-19" in the IEEE Computer Q1 journal related to the final results of the FogBlock4Trust sub-grant project of the TruBlo EU H2020 project.
The paper is accessible on IEEE Xplore.
Page last modified: September 6, 2022
June 24, 2022
Members of the IoTCloud research group at the Department of Software Engineering have published a paper titled "PriFoB: a Privacy-aware Fog-enhanced Blockchain-based system for Global Accreditation and Credential Verification" at the D1 Journal of Network and Computer Applications about the final results of the FogBlock4Trust sub-grant project of the TruBlo EU H2020 project.
Page last modified: June 24, 2022
April 11, 2022
A new 20-minute video demo of the FogBlock4Trust project is now available!
The FogBlock4Trust project is being carried out under the EU-funded TruBlo project, which is part of the NGI (Next Generation Internet) initiative.
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Dec 22, 2021
As the last piece of good news for this year, a paper titled “DONS: Dynamic optimized neighbor selection for smart blockchain networks”, authored by Hamza Baniata, Ahmad Anaqreh, and Attila Kertész has been accepted into the D1 (top 10%) ranked journal Future Generation Computer Systems.
Page last modified: December 22, 2021
Dec 9, 2021
A seminar titled “Modelling IoT applications in cloud and fog simulation environments” will be held online on December 15th from 16:00 – 17:00 as part of MILab’s IoT, Sensor, Telecommunications subproject’s online seminar series.
The speaker is Dr. Attila Kertész (Department of Software Engineering).
The lecture’s topic is summarized below:
Page last modified: December 9, 2021
Sept 1, 2021
Attila Kertész, associate professor at our Department, gave a keynote talk at the LSDVE Workshop of the Euro-Par 2021 conference, on August 31st. The workshop program and the presentation slides can be accessed here:
Page last modified: September 1, 2021
July 7, 2021
The University of Szeged is participating in the NGI TruBlo EU H2020 project.
Page last modified: July 7, 2021
April 19, 2021
A paper titled “FoBSim: an extensible open-source simulation tool for integrated fog-blockchain systems” by Hamza Baniata and Attila Kertész (Department of Software Engineering) has been published in the prestigious open access journal PeerJ.
Page last modified: April 19, 2021