GET2022 Accepted Papers

Contact for Technical Papers

TPC Chair, Sevada Isayan,

Submission Details


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FINAL Upload Deadline:   November 2, 2022  

To be published in the Conference Proceedings and to be eligible for publication in IEEE Xplore, an author of an accepted paper is required to register for the conference and the paper must be presented by an author of that paper at the virtual conference unless the TPC Chair grants permission for a substitute presenter arranged in advance and who is qualified both to present and answer questions. Non-refundable registration fees must be paid prior to uploading the final IEEE formatted, publication-ready version of the paper. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements.

Call for Papers – Ended

Submission Requirements

Full papers submissions for Technical Paper, Workshop, and Special Session should be written in English with a maximum paper length of 6 pages (10 point font) including figures, and tables.

When preparing your manuscript, please also pay attention to the following:

  • If your paper has been prepared using Microsoft Word or LaTeX, please ensure that you have used the most current version which will help reduce pdf conversion issues such as embedded fonts, bookmarks, etc.
  • No page numbers and no headers/footers
  • Use non-zero PDF top and bottom margins (typically at least 0.5 inches/12.7 mm) to help indicate if there are any page numbers

Papers Format

Standard IEEE conference templates for Microsoft Word and LaTeX formats can be found here:

Papers to be submitted using EDAS System

Papers are reviewed on the basis that they do not contain plagiarised material and have not been submitted to any other conference at the same time (double submission). These matters are taken very seriously, and the IEEE Blockchain Initiative will take action against any author who has engaged in either practice.

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Full Paper Deadline – LATE Submissions:  23 September, 2022

Author Notification: October 15, 2022

Blockchain and DLT systems have started to deliver a novel network architecture that creates a new ecosystem allowing the deployment of novel end to end and Peer-to-peer services and applications.  A key target for Blockchain networks will be to improve support not only for classical Blockchain applications and services but also for vertical industry (e.g., Intelligent Transport, Industrial IoTs, eHealth, Smart Contracts, Financial services, Food supply chains, etc.) and other Blockchain-based services.

This conference aims to bring experts from industry, academia, and research to exchange their vision as well as their achieved advances in Blockchain and DLT, and encourage innovative cross-domain studies, research, early deployment, and large-scale pilot showcases that address the challenges of Blockchain while identifying and investigating the possibilities of future Blockchain/DLT networks.

Original, innovative, and high-quality papers are solicited in the following technical topics of interest, but are not limited to:

Technical Paper Submissions

Application and Services
5G and 6G, IoT, and Tactile
Security and Privacy
Trials, Experimental Results and Deployment Scenarios
Hardware and Test / Measurements
Special Verticals
Standards, Policy, Regulation and Compliance



Blockchain and beyond architectures requirements and specifications Distributed consensus protocols and P2P algorithms
Blockchain and Data Analytics AI-based Edge computing over Blockchain
Blockchain and Big Data Blockchain in 6G technologies
Blockchain and beyond wireless technologies Blockchain management
Cloud-based Blockchain architectures Software Defined Networking (SDN) for
Blockchain and beyond
Blockchain and Machine Learning (ML) Device-to-Device Communications and networking
AI-based Blockchain architectures DLT architectures
Cloud-based Blockchain architectures Blockchain characteristics and databases
Blockchain and networking protocols (IPv4 vs. IPv6)


Applications & Services

Smart Cities, Smart Public Places Industry of the future, e.g. Industry 4.0 Testbed as a Service for Future Networks
Smart Home, and based Building Automation Consumer Electronics, Assisted Living, Rural Services and Production Building Management and Operation Automation
Smart Agriculture and Water Management Blockchain and beyond Wireless
Networks for body sensors
Environmental Monitoring
Cyber-physical systems, Context
Awareness, Situation Awareness, and Ambient Intelligence
Crowd-sensing, human centric sensing Connected Car, Automotive Intelligent Transport
Collaborative Applications and Systems Big data and Blockchain and
beyond Data Analytics
Aerospace and Defense
Service Experiences and Analysis Internet Applications Naming and Identifiers Smart Grid, Energy Management
Cloud services with Blockchain & Future Networks Social-aware Blockchain and beyond networks Utilities Management and Operation
Next Generation Consumer Electronics with Blockchain & Future Networks Semantic Technologies, Collective Intelligence Consumer Electronics, Assisted Living, Rural Services
Consumer Electronics, Assisted Living, Rural Services and Production Cognitive and Reasoning about Things and Smart Objects Mining, Oil & Gas, Digital Oilfield, Electronic Oilfield
Blockchain and beyond Wireless Networks for body sensors Mobile Cloud Computing (MCC) and Blockchain and beyond Agriculture, Industrial IoT, Manufacturing, Hospitality, Retailing
Crowd-sensing, human centric sensing Horizontal application development for Blockchain and beyond Additive Manufacturing
Big data and Blockchain and beyond Data Analytics Design principles and best practices for Blockchain and beyond application development Logistics, Entertainment, Large Event Management, Highway, Rail Systems
Internet Applications Naming and Identifiers Open Communities, Open API, Open Source Industrial Service Creation and Management
Social-aware Blockchain and beyond networks Testbeds/ Federated Testbed Digital Twins of Complex systems with Blockchain & Future networks


5G and 6G, IoT, and Tactile

Architecture of IoT in Blockchain and beyond networks Coexistence and device interoperability of sensors with Blockchain and beyond networks Security issues and solutions for IoT in Blockchain and beyond networks
Software defined solutions for IoT

Integrated D2D communication techniques for Blockchain and beyond networks

Logistics Tacking & Tracing using Blockchain
5G/6G and Blockchain

Self-organization and self-healing of IoT networks

Data processing and anomaly detection for IoT networks
Tactile Internet and Blockchain Relay, multi-hop, and cooperative communication in IoT

Cross-layer design and optimization in IoT

P2P applications

Ubiquitous communication, routing protocols, and network selection in IoT

Sensor deployment, placement, control, and management issues
Data collection, processing, aggregation, and communication Machine-type communications in Blockchain and beyond systems Experimental results, prototypes and testbeds using sensors for Blockchain and beyond technologies
Efficient resource allocation schemes, QoS, and QoE in IoT Emerging IoT applications in Blockchain and beyond networks


Security & Privacy

Privacy and Security Concerns Cross-layer Attacks Big Data and Information Integrity

Identification and Authentication Issues

AI-enabled scalable and secure Blockchain Communication Security
Intrusion Detection Fraud detection on Blockchain data and smart contracts using AI Security Standards
Cryptography, Key Management, Authentication and Authorization Forensic Science Open Communities, Open API, Open Source


Trials, Experimental Results and Deployment Scenarios

Closing the Gap between Research and Implementation Blockchain deployment at Government and ISPs Blockchain and Future Internet architectures
Experimental prototypes, Testbed and Field Trial Experiences Blockchain deployment on agriculture, retails, smart cities, etc. Standardization and Regulation Future Networks Experimental
Multi-Objective Blockchain System Modelling and Analysis—Performance, Energy, Reliability, Robustness Blockchain Interconnections among ISPs Analysis—QoS, Scalability, Performance, Interference management Infrastructure-less communication
Gap Analysis for real deployments AI driven encoding & decoding
Real case deployment scenarios and results Blockchain deployment at Government and ISPs Future network simulators


Hardware and Test / Measurements

Blockchain system architectures
Tools for deployment and monitoring of components
Decentralised applications development tools, IDEs.


Special Verticals

Smart factories and Industry 4.0 Industrial Blockchain and beyond Service Creation and Management Aspects E-Health and mobile health over Blockchain cryptocurrencies
Automotive, Intelligent Transport Smart Grid, Energy Management Wireless Networks for the Industrial Internet of Things
Blockchain and beyond & Autonomous Driving


Standards, Policy, Regulation, and Compliance

Policy and Regulations Technical enforcement of legal Blockchain regulations, service level agreements, mutual legal assistance requests, etc.

Concerns for cloud supported Blockchain and beyond, fog and edge computing

Regulations over cryptocurrencies Data governance Other Topicals
Best Practices, Standards, and Open Source Privacy and security in Blockchain and beyond Internet of Things: data sharing, threats, liability, audit, and compliance

The 1st Global Emerging Technology Forum solicits technical paper submissions.

Full papers describing original research. Suggested size is four to six pages. Extended versions of selected papers may be considered for publication in alternative IEEE publications.

Papers will be fully peer reviewed. Accepted papers will be submitted for inclusion into IEEE Xplore subject to meeting IEEE Xplore’s scope and quality requirements. IEEE takes the protection of intellectual property very seriously. All submissions will be screened for plagiarism using Cross Check. By submitting your work, you agree to allow IEEE to screen your work for plagiarism: