July 25, 2021
Accepted to DISC 2021 - Tame the Wild with Byzantine Linearizability
June 17, 2021
MSc ceremony
Congratulations Arik, Gal, and Shir on getting your MSc!
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May 10, 2021
Game of Coins accepted to ICDCS 2021
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Our paper Game of Coins was accepted to ICDCS 2021. With Alexander Spiegelman and Moshe Tennenholtz .
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May 10, 2021
All you need is DAG accepted to PODC 2021
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Our paper All You Need is DAG was accepted to PODC 2021. With Eleftherios Kokoris-Kogias, Oded Naor, and Alexander Spiegelman.
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February 24, 2021
Byzantine Agreement with Less Communication: Recent Advances in SIGACT News
In recent years, Byzantine Agreement is being considered in increasing scales due to the proliferation of blockchains and other decentralized financial technologies.  Consequently,  a number of works have improved its communication complexity in various network models. In a short paper in SIGACT News, we survey recent advances and outline some open research questions on the subject. With Shir Cohen and Oded Naor.
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December 16, 2020
OPODIS 2020 Keynote: Byzantine Agreement & SMR with Sub-Quadratic Communication
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My OPODIS Keynote on Byzantine Agreement & SMR with Sub-Quadratic Communication is live. See: presentation slides.
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October 12, 2020
DISC 2020 Keynote: Concurrent Big Data Processing – Data Structures & Semantics
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My DISC 2020 keynote on Concurrent Big Data Processing – Data Structures & Semantics is live. See: presentation slides.
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August 2, 2020
DISC Best Student Paper Award for Intermediate Value Linearizability: A Quantitative Correctness Criterion
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Arik Rinberg won the Best Student Paper Award at DISC 2020 for our paper "Intermediate Value Linearizability: A Quantitative Correctness Criterion". Congratulations to Arik!
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