The second Blockchain and Internet of Things Conference is going to take place from 8th July-10th July 2020. The BIOTC 2020 event will bring together practitioners, researchers, and professionals from all over the world. They will be discussing the Internet of Things and Blockchain. The professionals, learners, and researchers will join from different fields as they bring their knowledge to the table for anyone taking part in the BIOTC 2020 event.
BIOTC 2020 -- the workshop of IECC 2020
It is a three-day event that is going to be part of the IECC 2020. It is going to take place in Singapore. Their workshop is an ideal place for researchers and scholars to share their research, understanding, and approach to the Internet of Things and Blockchain. As a learner, you will enjoy what they have to offer.
They will also be offering online presentation sessions in the light of the COVID-19 pandemic.
You can also publish your paper to the event. The publications will be done after they are peer-reviewed. Also, they will be published in the international conference proceedings.
Those who cannot submit their papers can also submit Oral presentations where they can submit abstracts to their paper.
Singapore is a beautiful destination that offers an excellent lookout on how life is reimagined in the best possible way. It creates new possibilities where everyone around the world is welcome to join and create.
The venue of the event will be NTU @ one-north Executive Centre, also known as ONEC.
The registration for the event will be as follows:
- ACM Member/ Students → $530
- TPC Members → $480
- Additional paper → $380
- Author → $580
- Presenter → $430
- Listener → $350
For the online presentation, the following the registration cost:
- Author → $430
- Presenter → $350
- Lister → $200
The programme for the event will be as follows:
- 8th July → Registration → 10:00 - 17:00
- 9th July → Conference → 9:00 - 18:00
- 10th July → One Day Visit → 9:00 - 17:00
The keynote speaker at the event will be Prof. Chin-Chen Chang. He is working as a professor for Feng Chai University, Taiwan. With over 1,100 published papers in Information services, he is one of the pioneers in computer technology.