Call for Participation: IPtel 2001 workshop

Henning Schulzrinne hgs at CS.COLUMBIA.EDU
Mon Mar 5 18:28:11 EST 2001

                           Call for Participation

                         2nd IP Telephony Workshop

            April 2-3, 2001 - Columbia University, New York City

Internet telephony is rapidly evolving from research to design
and deployment. The IP Telephony Workshop aims at bringing together
researchers, developers, vendors and service providers active in this
area and stimulate discussion on innovation, research, implementation,
deployment experiences and future directions.

Scope & Topics
Original technical articles related to IP telephony will be presented.
We received forty papers addressing QoS research (12), service creation
and call control (8), firewall/NAT traversal issues (3), conferencing
(3), IP interworking with PSTN and wireless (3), QoS testing and
measurement (2), instant messaging and presence (2), security (1),
administration mechanisms (1), performance analysis (1), etc. Twenty
submissions will be accepted, presented and published in the

Important Dates
Program published               March 15th,    2001
Registration deadline           March 23rd,    2001
Workshop                        April 2nd-3rd, 2001

iptel2001 Organizing Committee
Program Chair
 H. Schulzrinne       Columbia University
Program Committee
 M. Arango            Sun Microsystems
 F. Baker             Cisco
 W. Bauerfeld         T-Nova
 G. Bond              AT&T Research
 S. Bradner           Harvard University
 G. Carle             GMD FOKUS
 J. Crowcroft         UCL
 C. Huitema           Microsoft
 G. S. Kuo            National Central University, Taiwan
 J. Kuthan            GMD Fokus
 T. Magedanz          IKV++ GmbH
 W. Marshall          AT&T Research
 D. Medhi             University of Missouri-Kansas City
 D. Oran              Cisco
 J. Ott               University of Bremen
 T. La Porta          Bell Labs
 B. Rosen             Marconi
 J. Rosenberg         dynamicsoft
 H. Sinnreich         MCI WorldCom
 R. Steinmetz         Technical University of Darmstadt
 H. Stüttgen          NEC CCRLE
 W. Wimmreuter        Siemens
 L. Wolf              University of Karlsruhe
 A. Wolisz            Technical University of Berlin
 M. Zitterbart        Technical University of Braunschweig

Contact Address
Please send all your inquiries regarding iptel2001 to

               iptel2001 at

The registration is now open. Participants are asked to register
in advance at

The registration deadline is March 23rd, 2001. See our registration
website for more details.


New York city offers many hotels in different price ranges. Our
accommodation web page contains pointers to some nearby hotels, however,
attendees are responsible for booking their own accommodation.

To demonstrate how research and development become reality there will
be an exhibition co-located with the workshop. A limited number of teams
from industry as well as from academia and research will be given space to
present their software and hardware, both products and prototypes. If you
are interested in presenting your products or prototypes at iptel2001,
please send an e-mail to

                iptel2001 at

Please include a short description of what you plan to display and special
requirements if you have any. We will provide tables, power strips,
Ethernet/802.11b wireless Internet connectivity (no firewall/NAT) and
space for your booth if needed.

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