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IoT and Blockchain: Technologies, Challenges, and Applications



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  • Kita 14 Nishi 9
  • Kita-ward
  • Sapporo, Hokkaido
  • Japan 060-0814
  • Building: Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
  • Room Number: 11-17
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  • Co-sponsored by IEICE Hokkaido Section


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Prof. Ren Ping Liu of University of Technology Sydney, Australia

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IoT and Blockchain: Technologies, Challenges, and Applications

The Internet of Things (IoT) is poised to transform our lives and unleash enormous economic benefit. In this talk, we discuss a wide range of IoT technologies and their applications, as well as the security and trust implications. We argue that the current security issues in IoT can be attributed to the centralized network architecture. Blockchain, a distributed ledger, was initially designed as a financial transaction tool. Remarkably, its cryptographic security benefits, such as user anonymity, decentralization, fault tolerance, transaction integrity and authentication, can be used to resolve security and privacy issues of IoT.

In UTS, we are working with industry to develop next generation Internet of Things (IoT) and Blockchain technologies to achieve real time tracking and monitoring from production plants through export supply chains to overseas markets. A Blockchain enabled data platform has been developed to secure IoT data records, enable transparent and trusted data sharing. Smart contracts are developed to manage and automate commercial transactions following the commodity flows.

In this talk, we will discuss the benefits, limitations, and challenges of IoT and Blockchain. I will present some of our latest results in IoT and Blockchain applications.

Biography:

Ren Ping Liu is a Professor and Head of Discipline of Network and Cybersecurity in the School of Electrical and Data Engineering at University of Technology Sydney. He is an Adjunct Professor in Hokkaido University. He is also the co-founder and CTO of Ultimo Digital Technologies, developing IoT and Blockchain. Prior to that he was a Principal Scientist and Research Leader at CSIRO, where he led wireless networking research activities. Professor Liu was the winner of Australian Engineering Innovation Award and CSIRO Chairman’s medal. He specialises in protocol design and modelling and has delivered networking solutions to a number of government agencies and industry customers. His research interests include 5G, VANET, IoT, cybersecurity, and Blockchain. He has over 150 research publications and has supervised over 30 PhD students.

Professor Liu was the founding chair of IEEE NSW VTS Chapter and a Senior Member of IEEE. He served as Technical Program Committee chairs, Organising Committee chairs, and delivered keynote speeches in a number of IEEE Conferences. Ren Ping Liu received his B.E.(Hon) and M.E. degrees from Beijing University of Posts and Telecommunications, China, and the Ph.D. degree from the University of Newcastle, Australia.