The CSG was present at this year's 4th IEEE International Conference on Blockchain and Cryptocurrency (ICBC 2022), May 2-5, 2022, which was held as a virtual conference, although planned for Shanghai, China, originally. The conference included bleeding-edge topics on all facets of public Blockchains and Distributed Ledger research, including one fascinating one out of three keynote talks on "Data Sovereignty and Decentralized Data Science in Web3" by Dawn Song, UC Berkeley, U.S.A.
The CSG was represented by a successful full paper submission and its respective presentation. On the first ICBC day, the Session on "Technical Session: Privacy, Security and Trust I" took place with five presentations, including the CSG work on "ProvotuMn: Decentralized, Mix-Net-based, and Receipt-free Voting System" by Christian Killer, Moritz Eck, Bruno Rodrigues, Jan von der Assen, Roger Staubli, and Burkhard Stiller. The presentation by Christian Killer took place online in a Zoom session with more than 30 attendees, and related discussion boards were set up using the Whova platform.