Write a Blog >>
ICSE 2021
Mon 17 May - Fri 4 June 2021

The objective of the ICSE 2021 Demonstrations Track is to excite the software engineering community about new advances in our field through compelling demonstrations that help advance research and practice. The track is a highly interactive venue where researchers and practitioners can demonstrate their tools and discuss them with attendees.

Supporters
Sponsor
Sponsor
Sponsor
Sponsor
Platinum
Silver
Silver
Silver
Bronze
Local
Local
Local
Dates

This program is tentative and subject to change.

You're viewing the program in a time zone which is different from your device's time zone - change time zone

Wed 26 May
Times are displayed in time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

10:45 - 11:15
2.1. Evolution 1DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Giuseppe ScannielloUniversity of Basilicata

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

10:45
30m
Demonstration
MigrationAdvisor: Recommending Library Migrations from Large-Scale Open-Source DataDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Hao HePeking University, Yulin XuPeking University, Xiao ChengHuawei Technologies Co., Ltd., Guangtai LiangHuawei Technologies Co. Ltd, Minghui ZhouPeking University, China
Pre-print
10:45
30m
Demonstration
AndroEvolve: Automated Update for Android Deprecated-API UsagesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Stefanus Agus HaryonoSingapore Management University, Ferdian Thung, David LoSingapore Management University, Lingxiao JiangSingapore Management University, Julia Lawall INRIA, Hong Jin Kang, Lucas SerranoSorbonne University/Inria/LIP6, Gilles MullerInria
Pre-print
10:45
30m
Demonstration
GraphGallery: A Platform for Fast Benchmarking and Easy Development of Graph Neural Networks Based Intelligent SoftwareDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Jintang LiSun Yat-sen University, Kun XuSun Yat-sen University, Liang ChenSchool of Data and Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University, Zibin ZhengSchool of Data and Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University, Xiao LiuSchool of Information Technology, Deakin University
Pre-print
10:45
30m
Demonstration
BLOCKEYE: Hunting For DeFi Attacks on BlockchainDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Bin WangOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, China, Han LiuTsinghua University, Chao LiuOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, China, Zhiqiang YangOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Qian RenOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, China, Huixuan ZhengOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hong LeiOxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, China
Pre-print
10:45
30m
Demonstration
APIScanner - Towards Automated Detection of Deprecated APIs in Python LibrariesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Aparna VadlamaniIndian Institute of Technology Tirupati, Rishitha KalichetiIndian Institute of Technology Tirupati, Sridhar ChimalakondaIndian Institute of Technology Tirupati
Pre-print
18:15 - 18:45
2.2. VerificationDEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Francisco ServantVirginia Tech

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demo room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

18:15
30m
Demonstration
Metrinome: Path Complexity Predicts Symbolic Execution Path ExplosionDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Gabriel BesslerHarvey Mudd College, Josh CordovaHarvey Mudd College, Shaheen Cullen-BaratlooHarvey Mudd College, Sofiane DissemHarvey Mudd College, Emily LuScripps College, Ibrahim AbughararhHarvey Mudd College, Sofia DevinHarvey Mudd College, Lucas BangHarvey Mudd College
Pre-print
18:15
30m
Demonstration
Roosterize: Suggesting Lemma Names for Coq Verification Projects Using Deep LearningDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pengyu NieUniversity of Texas at Austin, Karl PalmskogKTH Royal Institute of Technology, Junyi Jessy LiUniversity of Texas at Austin, USA, Milos GligoricUniversity of Texas at Austin
Pre-print
18:15
30m
Demonstration
NEUROSPF: A Tool For the Symbolic Analysis of Neural NetworksDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Muhammad UsmanUniversity of Texas at Austin, USA, Yannic NollerNational University of Singapore, Corina S. PasareanuCarnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, NASA Ames Research Center, Youcheng SunQueen's University Belfast, UK, Divya GopinathNASA Ames (KBR Inc.)
Pre-print

Thu 27 May
Times are displayed in time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

14:30 - 15:00
3.1. Evolution 2DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Giuseppe ScannielloUniversity of Basilicata

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

14:30
30m
Demonstration
The Software Heritage Filesystem (SwhFS): Integrating Source Code Archival with DevelopmentDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Thibault AllançonEPITA / LRDE, Antoine PietriInria, Stefano ZacchiroliUniversité de Paris and Inria
Pre-print
14:30
30m
Demonstration
Guiding engineers with the Passive Process Engine EnvironmentDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Christoph Mayr-DornJohannes Kepler University, Linz, Stefan BichlerJOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ, Felix KeplingerJOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ, Alexander EgyedJohannes Kepler University
Pre-print
14:30
30m
Demonstration
Creating and Migrating Chatbots with CongaDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Sara Perez-SolerUniversidad Autónoma de Madrid, Esther GuerraUniversidad Autonoma de Madrid, Juan de LaraAutonomous University of Madrid
Pre-print
14:30
30m
Demonstration
Robot Runner: A Tool for Automatically Executing Experiments on Robotics SoftwareDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Stan SwanbornVrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Ivano MalavoltaVrije Universiteit Amsterdam
Pre-print
14:30
30m
Demonstration
R-MOZART: A Reconfiguration Tool for WebThings ApplicationsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Francisco DuránUniversity of Málaga, Spain, Ajay KrishnaInria Grenoble, France, Michel Le PallecNokia Bell Labs, Radu MateescuINRIA, Gwen SalaünUniversity of Grenoble Alpes
Pre-print
18:45 - 19:15
3.2. Testing 1DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Francisco ServantVirginia Tech

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

18:45
30m
Demonstration
Efficient Fuzz Testing for Apache Spark Using Framework AbstractionDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Qian ZhangUniversity of California, Los Angeles, Jiyuan WangUniversity of California, Los Angeles, Muhammad Ali GulzarVirginia Tech, Rohan PadhyeCarnegie Mellon University, Miryung KimUniversity of California at Los Angeles, USA
Pre-print
18:45
30m
Demonstration
Quartermaster: A Tool for Modeling and Simulating System DegradationDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Matthew PopeBrigham Young University, Jonathan SillitoBrigham Young University
Pre-print
18:45
30m
Demonstration
Demo: Mutation-based Evaluation of Security-focused Static Analysis Tools for AndroidDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Amit Seal AmiWilliam & Mary, Kaushal KafleCollege of William & Mary, Kevin MoranGeorge Mason University, Adwait NadkarniWilliam & Mary, Denys PoshyvanykCollege of William & Mary
Pre-print
20:15 - 20:45
3.3. Evolution 3DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Francisco ServantVirginia Tech

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

20:15
30m
Demonstration
V2S: A Tool for Translating Video Recordings of Mobile App Usages into Replayable ScenariosDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Madeleine HavranekWilliam & Mary, Carlos Bernal-CárdenasWilliam and Mary, Nathan CooperWilliam & Mary, Oscar ChaparroCollege of William & Mary, Denys PoshyvanykCollege of William & Mary, Kevin MoranGeorge Mason University
Pre-print
20:15
30m
Demonstration
gazel: Supporting Source Code Edits in Eye-Tracking StudiesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Sarah FakhouryWashington State University, Devjeet RoyWashington State University, Harry PinesWashington State University, Tyler ClevelandWashington State University, Cole S. PetersonUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Venera ArnaoudovaWashington State University, Bonita SharifUniversity of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA, Jonathan I. MaleticKent State University
Pre-print
20:15
30m
Demonstration
COSTER: A Tool for Finding Fully Qualified Names of API Elements in Online Code SnippetsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
C M Khaled SaifullahDepartment of Computer Science, University of Saskatchewan, Muhammad AsaduzzamanQueen�s University, Chanchal K. RoyUniversity of Saskatchewan
Pre-print

Fri 28 May
Times are displayed in time zone: Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Rome, Stockholm, Vienna change

10:55 - 11:25
4.1. Testing 2DEMO - Demonstrations at Demonstration Room
Chair(s): Giuseppe ScannielloUniversity of Basilicata

Each demo makes a 2-minute presentation (displayed in the Demonstration room). At the end of each presentation, a breakout room will be created for each demo. Participants will be able to join and discuss with the authors.

10:55
30m
Demonstration
FastCA: An Effective and Efficient Tool for Combinatorial Covering Array GenerationDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Jinkun LinState Key Laboratory of Computer Science, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Shaowei CaiInstitute of Software at Chinese Academy of Sciences, China, Bing HeMicrosoft Research, China, Yingjie FuPeking University, China, Chuan LuoMicrosoft Research, China, Qingwei LinMicrosoft Research, Beijing, China
Pre-print
10:55
30m
Demonstration
GAssert: A Fully Automated Tool to Improve Assertion OraclesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Valerio TerragniThe University of Auckland, Gunel JahangirovaUSI Lugano, Switzerland, Paolo TonellaUSI Lugano, Switzerland, Mauro PezzeUSI Lugano, Switzerland
Pre-print
10:55
30m
Demonstration
UIS-Hunter: Detecting UI Design Smells in Android AppsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Bo YangZhejiang University, Zhenchang XingAustralian National University, Xin XiaMonash University, Chunyang ChenMonash University, Deheng YeTencent AI Lab, Shanping LiZhejiang University
Pre-print
10:55
30m
Demonstration
Testing Framework for Black-box AI ModelsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Aniya AggarwalIBM Research, India, Samiulla ShaikhIBM Research, India, Sandeep HansIBM India Research Lab, Swastik HaldarIBM Research, India, Rema AnanthanarayananIBM Research, India, Diptikalyan SahaIBM Research India
Pre-print

Call for Contributions

The objective of the ICSE 2021 Demonstrations Track is to excite the software engineering community about new advances in our field through compelling demonstrations that help advance research and practice. The track is a highly interactive venue where researchers and practitioners can demonstrate their tools and discuss them with attendees.

Tool-based demonstrations describe novel aspects of early prototypes or mature tools. The tool demonstrations must communicate clearly the following information to the audience:

  • the envisioned users;
  • the software engineering challenge it proposes to address;
  • the methodology it implies for its users; and
  • the results of validation studies already conducted for mature tools, or the design of planned studies for early prototypes.

Highlighting scientific contributions through concrete artifacts is a critical supplement to the traditional ICSE research papers. A demonstration provides the opportunity to communicate how the scientific approach has been implemented or how a specific hypothesis has been assessed, including details such as implementation and usage issues, data models and representations, APIs for tool and data access. Authors of regular research papers are thus also encouraged to submit an accompanying demonstration paper.

Evaluation

Each submission will be reviewed by at least three members of the demonstrations selection committee. The evaluation criteria include:

  • the relevance of the proposed demonstration for the ICSE audience;
  • the technical soundness of the submission;
  • the originality of its underlying ideas;
  • the quality of its presentation in the associated video; and
  • the degree to which it considers the relevant literature.

How to Submit

Submissions must conform to the IEEE formatting instructions IEEE Conference Proceedings Formatting Guidelines (title in 24pt font and full text in 10pt type. LaTeX users must use \documentclass[10pt,conference]{IEEEtran} without including the compsoc or compsocconf options). In particular, submissions of demonstrations papers must meet the following criteria:

  • A demonstration submission may not exceed four pages (including all text, references and figures).
  • Each submission MUST be accompanied by a short video (between three and five minutes long) illustrating the demonstration.
  • The video should be made available online at the time of submission. Videos should:
    (i) provide an overview of the tool capabilities and/or dataset characteristics;
    (ii) walk through (some of) the tool capabilities and/or data analysis process;
    (iii) where appropriate, provide clarifying voice-over and/or annotation highlights; and
    (iv) be engaging and exciting for the watcher!
  • A submission may not have been previously published in a demonstration form. The paper submission must be in PDF.

  • The tool demonstrations track will be using the single-blind reviewing model (the authors do not know who the reviewers are), so please include the authors’ identities in the submission materials.

Papers must be submitted electronically through the Demonstration Track submission site (https://easychair.org/conferences/?conf=icse-2021-demonstrations). At the end of the abstract, please append the URL at which your demo video can be found. Please note that for consistency, we require that ALL videos be uploaded to YouTube and made accessible during the time of reviewing. Authors of successful submissions will have the opportunity to revise both the paper and the video (and its hosting location) by the camera-ready deadline.

For examples of previously successful short videos, please see the examples from ICSE 2018: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL6g5MCGbJtUF1iW4RSPvUtbKkemrVYrkP

Important Dates

  • Demostrations Submission Deadline: 20 November 20 2021
  • Demostrations Acceptance Notification: 21 January 2021
  • Demostrations Camera Ready: 12 February 2021

Co-Chairs

Francisco Servant, Virginia Tech, U.S.A.
Giuseppe Scanniello, University of Basilicata, Italy

Conference Attendance Expectation

If a submission is accepted, at least one author of the paper is required to register for and attend the full 3-day technical conference and present the paper. The presentation is expected to be delivered in person, unless this is impossible due to travel limitations (related to, e.g., health, visa, or COVID-19 prevention).

Accepted Papers

Title
APIScanner - Towards Automated Detection of Deprecated APIs in Python LibrariesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
AndroEvolve: Automated Update for Android Deprecated-API UsagesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
BLOCKEYE: Hunting For DeFi Attacks on BlockchainDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
COSTER: A Tool for Finding Fully Qualified Names of API Elements in Online Code SnippetsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Creating and Migrating Chatbots with CongaDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Demo: Mutation-based Evaluation of Security-focused Static Analysis Tools for AndroidDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Efficient Fuzz Testing for Apache Spark Using Framework AbstractionDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
FastCA: An Effective and Efficient Tool for Combinatorial Covering Array GenerationDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
GAssert: A Fully Automated Tool to Improve Assertion OraclesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
GraphGallery: A Platform for Fast Benchmarking and Easy Development of Graph Neural Networks Based Intelligent SoftwareDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Guiding engineers with the Passive Process Engine EnvironmentDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Metrinome: Path Complexity Predicts Symbolic Execution Path ExplosionDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
MigrationAdvisor: Recommending Library Migrations from Large-Scale Open-Source DataDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
NEUROSPF: A Tool For the Symbolic Analysis of Neural NetworksDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Quartermaster: A Tool for Modeling and Simulating System DegradationDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
R-MOZART: A Reconfiguration Tool for WebThings ApplicationsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Robot Runner: A Tool for Automatically Executing Experiments on Robotics SoftwareDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Roosterize: Suggesting Lemma Names for Coq Verification Projects Using Deep LearningDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
Testing Framework for Black-box AI ModelsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
The Software Heritage Filesystem (SwhFS): Integrating Source Code Archival with DevelopmentDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
UIS-Hunter: Detecting UI Design Smells in Android AppsDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
V2S: A Tool for Translating Video Recordings of Mobile App Usages into Replayable ScenariosDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print
gazel: Supporting Source Code Edits in Eye-Tracking StudiesDemonstration
DEMO - Demonstrations
Pre-print

About Proceedings

  • Your paper must be formatted according to the instructions at https://www.ieee.org/conferences/publishing/templates.html. Validation of the paper formatting will be part of the submission process.
  • The given page limits are strict. It is not possible to buy extra pages.
  • The list of authors (names, emails, affiliations, order) is not allowed to be changed after notification. If a correction is needed (e.g., because the author name was misspelled), the track/event chairs need to approve the change. The authors should also notify the track/event chairs if the author list in HotCrp/EasyChair data about the paper is not identical to the author list in initial-submission pdf (not relevant for tracks with double-blind process).
  • In the next days, you will be contacted by the publisher (IEEE CPS) with the instructions and link where to submit the camera-ready version of your paper (please do not submit it to HotCrp/EasyChair and wait for the instructions). As part of the process, you will also need to submit your IEEE copyright (before you complete your final paper submission). So please read the instructions carefully immediately after it arrives.
  • At least one of the paper's authors must register to the conference by the due date stated in the corresponding track; specifying the unique Paper ID, assigned to each paper by IEEE CPS publishing vendor and sent to you when inviting you to submit the camera ready version of your paper.
Filter
Role Type
Country
Search

Results (147)

A
Harvey Mudd CollegeSaudi Arabia
IBM Research, IndiaIndia
University of California, Irvine
William & MaryBangladesh
Victoria University of WellingtonNew Zealand
Washington State UniversityUnited States
B
QAware GmbH and The University of Adelaide
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ
Wayne State University
C
Institute of Software at Chinese Academy of Sciences, ChinaChina
Universidad Jaime ISpain
University of Basilicata
College of William & MaryUnited States
Monash UniversityAustralia
School of Data and Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University
Huawei Technologies Co., Ltd.China
Indian Institute of Technology TirupatiIndia
TU Wien and FacebookAustria
Washington State UniversityUnited States
William & MaryUnited States
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
University of Basilicata
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
D
Virginia Commonwealth University
Purdue University, USAUnited States
Autonomous University of MadridSpain
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
Harvey Mudd CollegeUnited States
University of Málaga, SpainSpain
E
Johannes Kepler UniversityAustria
F
Washington State University
State Key Laboratory for Novel Software Technology, Nanjing UniversityChina
University of PassauGermany
Peking University, ChinaChina
G
University of Texas at AustinUnited States
NASA Ames (KBR Inc.)United States
Universidad Autonoma de MadridSpain
Virginia TechUnited States
H
IBM Research, IndiaIndia
IBM India Research LabIndia
Singapore Management UniversitySingapore
William & MaryUnited States
Microsoft Research, ChinaChina
Peking UniversityChina
I
Universitat Politècnica de València, SpainSpain
J
USI Lugano, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Singapore Management UniversitySingapore
K
College of William & MaryUnited States
Indian Institute of Technology TirupatiIndia
California Polytechnic State University, San Luis ObispoUnited States
JOHANNES KEPLER UNIVERSITY LINZ
University of California at Los Angeles, USAUnited States
Inria Grenoble, FranceFrance
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, ChinaChina
Sun Yat-sen UniversityChina
University of Texas at Austin, USAUnited States
Zhejiang UniversityChina
Huawei Technologies Co. LtdChina
State Key Laboratory of Computer Science, Institute of Software, Chinese Academy of Sciences, ChinaChina
Microsoft Research, Beijing, ChinaChina
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, ChinaChina
Tsinghua UniversityChina
School of Information Technology, Deakin UniversityAustralia
Singapore Management UniversitySingapore
Scripps CollegeUnited States
Microsoft Research, ChinaChina
M
Louisiana State UniversityUnited States
Vrije Universiteit AmsterdamNetherlands
Kent State UniversityUnited States
Johannes Kepler University, LinzAustria
Software Institute - USI, Lugano, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
George Mason UniversityUnited States
CQSE GmbHUnited States
N
William and MaryUnited States
William & MaryUnited States
University of Texas at AustinUnited States
National University of SingaporeSingapore
P
Carnegie Mellon UniversityUnited States
KTH Royal Institute of TechnologySweden
Carnegie Mellon University Silicon Valley, NASA Ames Research Center
Wayne State UniversityUnited States
Universidad Autónoma de MadridSpain
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USAUnited States
USI Lugano, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Washington State UniversityUnited States
Brigham Young UniversityUnited States
College of William & MaryUnited States
R
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, ChinaChina
McGill UniversityCanada
University of SaskatchewanCanada
Washington State UniversityUnited States
S
IBM Research IndiaIndia
Department of Computer Science, University of SaskatchewanCanada
University of Grenoble AlpesFrance
University of Maryland Baltimore CountyUnited States
Department of Computer Science, Wayne State UniversityUnited States
University of BasilicataItaly
Sorbonne University/Inria/LIP6France
Virginia TechUnited States
IBM Research, IndiaIndia
University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USAUnited States
Brigham Young UniversityUnited States
Wayne State UniversityUnited States
Queen's University Belfast, UK
Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, The NetherlandsNetherlands
T
The University of AucklandNew Zealand
USI Lugano, SwitzerlandSwitzerland
Wayne State UniversityUnited States
U
University of Texas at Austin, USA
V
Indian Institute of Technology TirupatiIndia
Miami UniversityUnited States
W
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute, Hainan, ChinaChina
University of California, Los Angeles
X
Monash UniversityAustralia
Australian National UniversityAustralia
Sun Yat-sen UniversityChina
Peking UniversityChina
Y
Zhejiang University
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research Institute
Tencent AI LabChina
Z
Université de Paris and InriaFrance
University of Sannio, ItalyItaly
University of California, Los AngelesUnited States
Oxford-Hainan Blockchain Research InstituteChina
California State University San MarcosUnited States
School of Data and Computer Science, Sun Yat-sen University
Peking University, ChinaChina