Original contributions from researchers, academicians, industry experts and students addressing state-of-the-art research and describing their original, unpublished, research work which is not currently under review by another conference or journal and are invited to share their work in all areas and its societal applications but not limited to the conference tracks.



IEEE ICBDS Publications

Earlier IEEE ICBDS Publications Proceedings and also Scopus Indexed


IEEE Xplore®: IEEE ICBDS 2022 Proceedings

Scopus Indexed Profile Page: IEEE ICBDS 2022 (Record no. 25690)


IEEE Xplore®: IEEE ICBDS 2023 Proceedings

Scopus Indexed Profile Page: IEEE ICBDS 2023 (Record no. 26701)

Paper Submission through Microsoft CMT:

Conference tracks

  • Distributed Ledger
  • Distributed Consensus
  • Smart Contract and Chain Code
  • Blockchain Platforms
  • Decentralized App Development
  • Protocols
  • Data Structures and Algorithms Based on Blockchain
  • Tokenization
  • Technology Policy and Ethics in Technology
  • Smart Contracts Verification and Generation
  • Blockchain in Edge and Cloud Computing
  • Blockchain in the Internet of Things (IoT)
  • Blockchain, Big Data, and AI
  • Blockchain Interoperability
  • Distributed Database Technologies for Blockchain
  • Blockchain in Fog and Cloud Computing
  • Integration of Artificial Intelligence in Blockchain-based Systems
  • Blockchain and Cryptocurrency
  • Healthcare
  • Blockchain for Data Security
  • Blockchain Managed Services
  • Internet of Behaviors
  • Blockchain-based Applications & Services
  • Distributed Supply Chains
  • Blockchain-based Security Solutions for Smart Cities Infrastructures
  • Blockchain in Social Networking
  • Information and Network Security
  • Network Intrusion Detection and Prevention
  • Security Models and Protocols
  • Security, Privacy, Attacks, and Forensics
  • Blockchain and Security
  • Distributed Trust
  • Vulnerabilities and Attacks in Blockchain-based Systems
  • Access Control
  • Decentralized Identity
  • Secure Multiparty Computing
  • Privacy-enhancing Computation
  • Cybersecurity Mesh
  • Self Sovereign Identity Blockchains
  • Provenance with Blockchain
  • Dependable and Trustworthy Computing and Systems
  • Cryptosystems, Algorithms, Primitives
  • Security and Privacy in Networked Systems
  • System Security
  • Multimedia Security
  • Security Modeling
  • Experiments, Simulation, and Tools
  • AI/ML for Privacy and Security
  • Security of AI/ML Models
  • Lightweight Cryptographic Algorithms for Constrained Environments
  • Key Management and Distribution
  • Distributed Computing
  • Cloud Computing
  • Grid Computing
  • Fog Computing
  • Pervasive and Ubiquitous Computing
  • Quantum Computing
  • High-performance, Cluster, Cloud, and Grid Computing
  • Edge Computing
  • Mobile and Wireless Computing
  • Scalable Computing and Communications
  • Volunteer Computing
  • Data Centric Computing and Data Intensive Computing
  • Heterogeneous Computing
  • Autonomic Computing
  • Reconfigurable Computing
  • Middleware
  • Distributed Resource Management and Scheduling
  • Fault-tolerance, Reliability
  • Peer-to-Peer Systems
  • Overlay Networks
  • Distributed Real-Time Systems
  • Load Balancing Algorithms
  • Network and Communication System Design
  • Decentralized/Collaborative System
  • Distributed AI/ML Models

Important Dates

Date Event
15th May 2024 30 May, 2024 25th June, 2024 10th July, 2024 Full Paper Submission
15th June 2024 25th June, 2024 10th July, 2024 5th Aug, 2024 Notification of Acceptance
20th June, 2024 20th June, 2024 15th July 2024 15th Aug, 2024 Camera Ready Paper Submission
17th - 19th October 2024 Conference Dates

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  • The paper must address at least one category specified in the Call for Papers.

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