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Spanish research ministry project
  • Title: BFT-DYNASTIE - Byzantine Fault Tolerance: Dynamic Adaptive Services for Partitionable Systems

  • French Partners: Labri, Irisa, LIP6

  • International Partners (Institution - Laboratory - Researcher):

    • University of the Basque Country UPV - Spain, EPFL - LSD - Switzerland, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurenberg - Deutschland, University of Sydney - Australia

  • Duration: 2017–2019

  • The project BFT-DYNASTIE is aimed at extending the model based on the alternation of periods of stable and unstable behavior to all aspects of fault-tolerant distributed systems, including synchrony models, process and communication channel failure models, system membership, node mobility, and network partitioning. The two main and new challenges of this project are: the consideration of the most general and complex to address failure model, known as Byzantine, arbitrary or malicious, which requires qualified majorities and the use of techniques form the security area; and the operation of the system in partitioned mode, which requires adequate reconciliation mechanisms when two partitions merge.

Spanish research ministry project
  • Title: BFT-DYNASTIE - Byzantine Fault Tolerance: Dynamic Adaptive Services for Partitionable Systems

  • French Partners: Labri, Irisa, LIP6

  • International Partners (Institution - Laboratory - Researcher):

    • University of the Basque Country UPV - Spain, EPFL - LSD - Switzerland, Friedrich-Alexander-Universitat Erlangen-Nurenberg - Deutschland, University of Sydney - Australia

  • Duration: 2017–2019

  • The project BFT-DYNASTIE is aimed at extending the model based on the alternation of periods of stable and unstable behavior to all aspects of fault-tolerant distributed systems, including synchrony models, process and communication channel failure models, system membership, node mobility, and network partitioning. The two main and new challenges of this project are: the consideration of the most general and complex to address failure model, known as Byzantine, arbitrary or malicious, which requires qualified majorities and the use of techniques form the security area; and the operation of the system in partitioned mode, which requires adequate reconciliation mechanisms when two partitions merge.

STIC Amsud
  • Title: ADMITS - Architecting Distributed Monitoring and Analytics for IoT in Disaster Scenarios

  • International Partners (Institution - Laboratory - Researcher):

    • Universidad Diego Portales and Universidad Tecnica Federico Santa Maria (Chile)

    • Universidade Federal de Uberlandia, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Norte and Instituto Federal Sul-Rio-Grandense (Brazil)

    • Universidad de la Republica (Uuruguay)

  • Duration: 2019 - 2020

  • Start year: 2019

  • Develop algorithms, protocols and architectures to enable a decentralized distributed computing environment to provide support for failure monitoring and data analytics in Internet-of-Things (IoT) disaster scenarios.