ROOT at the IDC 2021 conference
Diana Gratiela Berbecaru from Politecnico di Torino will present a paper dedicated to the activities carried on in the ROOT project at the 14th International Symposium on Intelligent Distributed Computing. The conference will take place online from Sept. the 16th to the 18th.
The paper, entitled “Attack strategies and countermeasures in transport-based time synchronization solutions“, will be presented in Session N8 (at 3PM circa on the 17th).
As explained in the conference website, “The main goal of the IDC symposium is to gather researchers and practitioners to foster and ease rich discussions around the latest findings, research achievements and ideas in the area of Intelligent Distributed Computing. Specifically, The IDC 2021 provides an open forum for enhancing the collaboration between researchers, lecturers, and students from Intelligent Computing and Distributing Computing communities. Intelligent Computing covers a hybrid palette of methods, techniques and their applications ranging from classical artificial intelligence, information and data sciences, multi-agent technologies or computational intelligence to more recent trends such as swarm intelligence, bio-inspired computation, cloud computing, machine learning or social-cyber-physical trust and security. Distributed Computing develops methods and technology to build complex computational systems composed of collaborating software components scattered across diverse computational elements.”.