Seminar by Onder Gürcan

"Fairness for users and miners in blockchains, a multi-agent approach" by Onder Gürcan

at 2:00 PM

Room F021a
Building F
Laboratoire Hubert Curien
18 rue du Professeur Benoît Lauras
42000 Saint-Etienne

Seminar by Onder Gürcan

Abstract

Due to the open and dynamic nature of blockchain systems, the participants (user and miner agents) have to take into account the uncertain constraints (e.g., the transaction confirmation times, the delays in the network, and the topology of the network) during their decision-making processes for carefully balancing their objectives. One of such objective is to operate in a fair environment. This is important since agents may decide to leave the system if they cannot fulfil this objective, which may imply reduced security and sustainability of the system. In this talk, probabilistic decision-making approaches based on utility and rewards for both user and miner agents to tackle fairness will be proposed and future perspectives on decision-making under uncertainty in blockchain systems will be provided.

Short Bio:
Önder Gürcan is working as a research engineer at the Trustworthy, Intelligent, Self-organizing Information Systems Laboratory (LICIA) of CEA LIST. He is interested in working on open interdisciplinary problems in domains like multi-agent systems, collective intelligence, self-organization and self-adaptation.

This seminar will be held in english.