Call for Participation: NOSSDAV 2001

Henning Schulzrinne hgs at CS.COLUMBIA.EDU
Sun May 6 22:32:57 EDT 2001


                          CALL FOR PARTICIPATION

   The 11th International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems
          Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV 2001)

       Sponsored by the Association for Computing Machinery
       In cooperation with USENIX, ACM SIGCOMM, ACM SIGMM, ACM SIGOPS
       Technically cosponsored by the IEEE Communications Society (pending)

                          June 25-26, 2001
         Danfords on the Sound, Port Jefferson, New York
                      http://www.nossdav.org/2001

The 11th International Workshop on Network and Operating Systems
Support for Digital Audio and Video (NOSSDAV 2001) will bring together
participants from academia and industry to present and discuss new
ideas and future directions in networking and operating system support
for multimedia.  Exponential improvements in networking
bandwidth, cost, and ubiquity coupled with the growing availability
and use of streaming media content pose new networking and operating
system research opportunities and challenges at the global systems
level.  Papers on streaming media, quality of service, multicast, mobile
multimedia, Internet telephony, and collaboration will be presented.

Peter Danzig will deliver a keynote address on "Ideas for Next Generation Content
Delivery".

Important Dates:
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Early registration deadline:  May 19, 2001
Registration deadline:        June 15, 2001
Workshop:                     June 25-27, 2001


NOSSDAV 2001 Organizing Committee:
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Chairs:
Jason Nieh, Columbia University
Henning Schulzrinne, Columbia University

Kevin Almeroth, UCSB
Peter Danzig, Akamai
Christophe Diot, Sprint Advanced Technology Labs
Wu-chi Feng, Ohio State University
Anoop Gupta, Microsoft Research
Chuck Kalmanek, AT&T Research
Sneha Kasera, Lucent Technologies
Duane Northcutt, Sun Microsystems
Larry Peterson, Princeton University
Dan Rubenstein, Columbia University
Larry Rowe, University of California, Berkeley
Brian Schmidt, Sun Microsystems
Doug Shepherd, Lancaster University
Chuck Yoo, Korea University
Zhi-Li Zhang, University of Minnesota

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