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Imperial College London

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The archive contains 8 references to Imperial College London.

The first known report was published on 25.02.2019, making Imperial College London the 473rd oldest out of the 1103 entities that expressed interest in the IOTA protocol.

With 8 publications relating to IOTA, Imperial College London currently ranks as the 44th most active out of 1103 entities publicly expressing interest in IOTA.

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Academic

15.05.2020

Andrew Cullen, Pietro Ferraro and Robert Shorten of the Imperial College London, as well as William Sanders, Luigi Vigneri and Robert Shorten of the IOTA Foundation published a paper titled "On Congestion Control for Distributed Ledgers in Adversarial IoT Networks", mentioning IOTA (6x).

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1524 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1524
Academic

12.05.2020

Members of the NEC Laboratories Europe, the Imperial College London and Intel Corporation published a paper titled "An overview of blockchain science and engineering", mentioning IOTA (3x).

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Contribution: Anonymous The archive contains 251 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 251
Academic

08.05.2020

Members of Griffith University, Open University Milton Keynes, Australian Catholic University, Imperial College London, Shahjalal University of Science and Technology and La Trobe University published a paper titled "A survey on blockchain-based platforms for IoT use-cases", mentioning IOTA.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1524 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1524
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26.03.2020

Robert Shorten (et al) of the Imperial College London and members of the Northeastern University published a paper titled "On the Resilience of DAG-based Distributed Ledgers in IoT Applications", mentioning IOTA.

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Related members Robert Shorten
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Academic

12.03.2020

Members of the University of South Florida and Imperial College London published a paper titled "Distributed Ledger Technologies and the Collaborative Economy", mentioning IOTA.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1524 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1524
Event

28.11.2019

Navin Ramachandran is invited by the Imperial College London to talk about the future of eHealth.

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Related members Navin Ramachandran
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Academic

31.10.2019

Members of the Imperial College London, Imperial College Dublin and Northeastern University publish a paper on "On the stability of unverified transactions in a DAG-based Distributed Ledger", proposing a simple modification to the attachment mechanism for the Tangle.

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1524 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1524
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25.02.2019

Members of the Imperial College London publish a paper on "DAGsim: Simulation of DAG-based distributed ledger protocols", mentioning IOTA (25x).

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Contribution: The Librarian The archive contains 1524 submissions filed under this pseudonym (click for all). Note that identities of submitters are not being verified. 1524
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