Privacy-Preserving Coordination in Smart Communities

October 19, 2016
2:00 pm - 5:30 pm
Hall C

Track: General
Type: Posters
Level: All

Smart communities have features that make them susceptible to a potential loss of privacy for the citizens they serve. We use Bitcoin like blockchain together with cryptographic primitives to guarantee that even in the absence of a trusted centralized control, the citizens can coordinate actions and agree on an optimal plan for sharing the community resources while not disclosing any private data.


, Graduate Student, University of California, Davis