22nd International Conference on Distributed Computing and Networking
Jan 5th-8th, 2021
Nara, Japan Virtual Conference


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Day 1: Tuesday, 5, January (UTC+9)

January 5 (UTC+9)
7:50 - 8:00 Opening
8:00 - 9:00 Keynote 1 Chair: Gopal Pandurangan
(University of Houston, USA)
Network Decomposition and Distributed Derandomization Mohsen Ghaffari (ETH Zurich)
11:00 - 12:00 Keynote 2 Chair: Hiroshi Shigeno
(Keio University)
5G Evolution and 6G Takehiro NAKAMURA
12:00 - 12:15 Announcement
ICDCN 2022
12:40 - 14:00 Tutorial Chair: Takahiro Hara
(Osaka University)
Edge Learning for Distributed Big Data Analytics: Theory, Algorithm and System Design Song Guo
(Hong Kong Polytechnic University)
14:10 - 18:30 Workshops
(1) - (3)
14:10 - 15:30 EmeRTes 2021
14:10 - 18:30 IoST-5G-B5G 2021
15:50 - 18:30 NWDCN 2021
18:40 - 19:40 Keynote 3 Chair: Sébastien Tixeuil
(Paris-Sud University, France)
Asymmetric Distributed Trust Christian Cachin
(University of Bern)
20:00 - 21:30 Session 1: Reliability Chair: Amit Saha
(Cisco Systems, USA)
1-1 P4Fuzz: Compiler Fuzzer for Dependable Programmable Dataplanes Andrei-Alexandru Agape, Madalin Claudiu Danceanu, Rene Rydhof Hansen and Stefan Schmid
1-2 Effective Space Saving Roy Friedman, Or Goaz and Ori Rottenstreich
1-3 Fast Flexible Paxos: Relaxing quorum intersection for Fast Paxos Heidi Howard, Aleksey Charapko and Richard Mortier
1-4 Phase Transitions of the k-Majority Dynamics in a Biased Communication Model Emilio Cruciani, Hlafo Alfie Mimun, Matteo Quattropani and Sara Rizzo

Day 2: Wednesday, 6, January (UTC+9)

January 6 (UTC+9)
8:00 - 9:00
Keynote 4 Chair: Sajal K. Das
(Missouri University of Science and Technology, USA)
Mihaela van der Schaar
( University of Cambridge and University of California Los Angeles )
9:10 - 10:40 Industry Session Moderators:
Shin'ichiro Matsuo (Georgetown University, USA)
Teruyuki Hasegawa
(KDDI Corporation, Japan)
Panel Discussion Topic: Blockchain Speakers:
Thaddeus Dryja (MIT)
Jumpei Miwa (JFSA)
Shunichi Kimuro (Digital Garage)
Frederic de Vaulx (Prometheus Computing LLC)
14:00 - 15:20 Session 2: Distributed Systems (1) Chair: Koichi Wada
(Hosei University, Japan)
2-1 Gathering with a strong team in weakly Byzantine environments Jion Hirose, Junya Nakamura, Fukuhito Ooshita and Michiko Inoue
2-2 Performance analysis of a distributed algorithm for admission control in wireless networks under the $2$-hop interference model Ashwin Ganesan
2-3 MILP-Based Charging and Route Selection of Electric Vehicles in Smart Grid Anoop Kumar Yadav and Joy Mukherjee
15:30 - 17:10 Doctoral Symposium Chairs: Bivas Mitra (IIT Kharagpur, India) and Yuichi Sudo (Osaka University, Japan)
D-1 A new Reconfigurable Filtered-OFDM Based L-Band Digital Aeronautical Communication System for Next Generation Air to Ground Communication Niharika Agrawal
D-2 Intelligent Re configurable Wideband Spectrum Characterization for 5G Applications Himani Joshi and Sumit Darak
D-3 Resource Allocation Techniques for extending the performance of Long-Range Network Preti Kumari and Hari Prabhat Gupta
D-4 Early Classification Approaches for Sensors Generated Multivariate Time Series with Different Challenges Ashish Gupta, Hari Prabhat Gupta and Bhaskar Biswas
D-5 DeHiDe: Deep Learning based Hybrid Model to Detect Fake News using Blockchain Prashansa Agrawal, Parwat Singh Anjana and Sathya Peri.
D-6 Simultaneous Crowd Counting and Localization by WiFi CSI Hyuckjin Choi, Tomokazu Matsui, Manato Fujimoto and Keiichi Yasumoto
17:10 - 17:30 Poster/Demo Chair: Katsuhiro Naito
(Aichi Institute of Technology, Japan)
P-1 Poster: Twins, a Middleware for Adaptive Streaming Provenance at the Edge Mikael Gani Shahri, Andréas Erlandsson, Dimitris Palyvos-Giannas and Vincenzo Gulisano
P-2 On Building Modular and Elastic Data Structures with Bulk Operations Kevin Williams, Joe Foster, Athicha Srivirote, Ahmed Hassan, Joseph Tassarotti, Lewis Tseng and Roberto Palmieri
18:00 - 19:00 Keynote 5 Chair: Hirozumi Yamaguchi
(Osaka University, Japan)
Opportunities and challenges in real-world IoT Lukas Kencl
( Electrolux, Czech Republic )
19:10 - 20:50 Session 3: Wireless Chair: Nananita Das
(Indian Statistical Institute, India)
3-1 Arbitrary Pattern Formation on Infinite Regular Tessellation Graphs Serafino Cicerone, Alessia Di Fonso, Gabriele Di Stefano and Alfredo Navarra
3-2 Optimal Exclusive Perpetual Grid Exploration by Luminous Myopic Opaque Robots with Common Chirality Quentin Bramas, Stéphane Devismes and Pascal Lafourcade
3-3 COTS Drone Detection using Video Streaming Characteristics Anas Alsoliman, Giulio Rigoni, Marco Levorato, Mauro Conti, Cristina Pinotti and Nils Ole Tippenhauer
3-4 Operator Data Driven Cell-Selection in LTE-LAA Coexistence Networks Srikant Manas Kala, Vanlin Sathya Robinson, Eitaro Yamatsuta, Hirozumi Yamaguchi and Teruo Higashino

Day 3: Thursday, 7, January (UTC+9)

January 7 (UTC+9)
8:00 - 9:00 Keynote 6 Chair: Toshimitsu Masuzawa
(Osaka University, Japan)
Autonomous Distributed Systems of Myopic Mobile Robots with Lights Sayaka Kamei
(Hiroshima University)
9:10 - 11:20 Session 4: Distributed Algorithms Chair: Taisuke Izumi
(Osaka University, Japan)
4-1 Communication Costs in a Geometric Communication Network Sima Hajiaghaei Shanjani and Valerie King
4-2 Bio-Inspired Energy Distribution for Programmable Matter Joshua Daymude, Andréa Richa and Jamison Weber
4-3 Practical Experience Report: Cassandra+: Trading-Off Consistency, Latency, and Fault-tolerance in Cassandra Lewis Tseng
4-4 Processing Distributed Transactions in a Predefined Order Pavan Poudel, Shishir Rai and Gokarna Sharma
4-5 Haiku: Efficient Authenticated Key Agreement with Strong Security Guarantees for IoT Abdulrahman Bin Rabiah, K. K. Ramakrishnan, Silas Richelson, Ahmad Bin Rabiah, Elizabeth Liri and Koushik Kar
15:00 - 16:20 Session 5: Security Chair: Daniela Renga
(Polytechnic University of Turin, Italy)
5-1 Secure Conflict-free Replicated Data Types Manuel Barbosa, Bernardo Ferreira, João Marques, Bernardo Portela and Nuno Preguiça
5-2 Node Classification and Geographical Analysis of the Lightning Network Philipp Zabka, Klaus-Tycho Förster, Stefan Schmid and Christian Decker
5-3 Characterising Proxy Usage in the Bitcoin Peer-to-Peer Network Alexander Mühle, Andreas Grüner and Christoph Meinel
16:30 - 18:40 Session 6: Distributed Systems (2) Chair: Volker Turau
(Hamburg University of Technology, Germany)
6-1 Certification of an Exact Worst Case Self-Stabilization Time Karine Altisen, Pierre Corbineau and Stéphane Devismes
6-2 LogFlow: Practical and Simplified Log Analysis for Large Scale Systems Marc Platini, Thomas Ropars, Benoit Pelletier and Noel De Palma
6-3 Self-stabilizing Systems in Spite of High Dynamics Karine Altisen, Stéphane Devismes, Anaïs Durand, Colette Johnen and Franck Petit
6-4 Sampling and Output Estimation in Distributed Algorithms and LCAs Tzali Maimon and Leonid Barenboim
6-5 Self-Stabilizing Indulgent Zero-degrading Binary Consensus Oskar Lundström, Michel Raynal and Elad Michael Schiller

Day 4: Friday, 8, January (UTC+9)

January 8 (UTC+9)
10:30 - 19:20 Workshops
(4) - (7)
10:30 - 17:00 MUSICAL 2021
10:30 - 14:30 MFSENS 2021
15:30 - 19:30 WDALFR 2021
18:00 - 19:00 D2C-ML&AI 2021
19:30 Closing