‘I can’t wait for the new year!’: The PoS Award 2017 recipient in PoS
Posted On July 17, 2021
The award ceremony is on Wednesday, March 7, 2021, at the SACO in Las Vegas, NV, with a panel of award recipients including PoS award recipient and PoS expert Nicholas Bosch.
The SACE is a yearly event in which various participants from all over the world are invited to submit a paper describing their work to the SAGA for publication in the SACP.
The awards ceremony was organised by the American Society for the Advancement of Science (ASA), a professional society dedicated to advancing the understanding of science and technology.
Last year, the SABE presented the winner of the award for “Best Paper on the Sustainability of Computing” for the work of Nicholas Boschi, an assistant professor of computer science at the University of Washington.
The award was awarded for his paper, which describes how to make PoS systems more resilient to attacks by malicious actors and what the implications are for the future of the field.
The winners of the previous awards were published in April, and this year’s event is scheduled for April 20.
This year’s awards ceremony is being organised by a new initiative called the American PoS Association (APSA), which has a focus on making it easier for the public to understand the technical merits of a paper.
It is run by Nicholas Boscha, who has been involved in the development of the PoS paper since it was first published.
“The APSA is going to be a platform for the people to come and read our work and be able to comment on it,” Bosch told Crypto Coins.
“It’s not going to replace the traditional peer review process, but it’s going to make it much easier to get involved in that process.”
This year, Bosch is also taking part in the first SACI conference, the American Science & Engineering Informatics Association (ASIA), where the next year’s winners of SACA’s prize will be presented.”
We have so much work to do before we can even consider the PoW-PoS paradigm to be the best way to achieve secure systems.”
This year, Bosch is also taking part in the first SACI conference, the American Science & Engineering Informatics Association (ASIA), where the next year’s winners of SACA’s prize will be presented.
Bosch, Boscha and other SAC participants will be at the conference to present their work.
In his paper published in December, Boschi describes how a new PoS protocol that uses PoW and PoE to ensure that a system cannot be exploited by attackers is more resilient than existing PoS protocols.
It is important to note that we are still learning how to use PoW in a secure environment, Boschu said.
“This paper is a first step in that direction.”
Boscha’s paper, titled “An Adaptive Security Framework for PoS in a Post-PoW World”, was published in February.
It describes how the PoV can be modified to increase the security of a system in response to malicious attack.
“We are using an adaptive security framework for the PoE protocol to improve the PoP-PoSS system,” Boscha wrote in the paper.
“For example, we are using a new algorithm called the new PoW for PoP system, which uses a different algorithm than the current PoP algorithm.”
Beside the technical paper, Bosche also presents the results of the SAE 2016 conference on the topic.
“Our main focus this year is on developing a PoS system for PoW,” Boschu told Crypto Coin.
“Our first project is to develop a PoW PoS platform.
This is the main reason we are doing the conference.
We want to have more speakers on this topic, and to get some data on the state of the research in this area.”
The SAE conference is open to all scientists, engineers and researchers.