Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications
2 and 3, 2010
Leibniz Supercomputing Center, Munich, Germany
(2010-10-11):IPTComm 2011 will take place August
1-2 at the Illinois Institute of Technology's
McCormick Tribune Campus Center in the great city of
Chicago. The conference will be chaired by Carol Davids,
Industry Professor and Director of VoIP Research at IIT.
Start thinking about a technical paper to submit, or
simply mark your calendar to attend. As in past years,
the conference promises to bring together a mix of
industrial and researchers and practitioners from around
the world for discussion of the latest research results
Latest News (2010-08-05):Next year's IPTComm will be held in the city of Chicago! The timeframe will be sometime in July or early August. Subscribe to this site's RSS feed or check back later for more details.
Latest News (2010-08-04):IPTComm 2010 is over. Thanks to the conference chairs, committee chairs and local organizers for making this such a successful event. Here are a few photos of the conference and social events.
Latest News (2010-08-03):The IPTComm 2010 Best Paper Award was presented to Salman Abdul Baset (Columbia University) and Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University) for their paper entitled "Reliability and Relay Selection in Peer-to-Peer Communication Systems." Congratulations!
Latest News (2010-07-23):The final program for IPTComm 2010 is now posted online. The program includes two keynote speakers, a stimulating technical program, talks by industry representatives, demonstrations of the latest technology and two evening social events. You can register online for IPTComm here. You can find more information regarding local transportation, accomodation, the social events and onsite arrangements here. See you soon in Munich!
Latest News (2010-06-28):The IPTComm 2010 conference program is online here. We have two keynote speakers, many high quality technical and industry talks, as well as some great opportunities to socialize during coffee breaks and at dinner time. Be sure to register soon to take advantage of the early registration deadline!
Latest News (2010-06-21):You may now register for IPTComm 2010 online. Make sure you register by July 21st in order to take advantage of the early registration discount.
Latest News (2010-06-11):We have an interesting technical program planned for IPTComm 2010. Here is a list of accepted technical papers and industrial talks that will be presented at IPTComm 2010. The acceptance rate was just 24% this year. The final program will be posted shortly.
Latest News (2010-06-01):The deadline for submitting final versions of technical papers is June 30. This is a hard deadline. Instructions for submitting final versions of accepted technical papers are here.
Latest News (2010-05-14):The deadline for Technical Talks and Demos submissions has been extended to May 23.
Latest News (2010-04-20):IPTComm2010 includes special sessions focused on demonstrations and industrial innovations. The Industrial Talks session highlights innovative solutions and their impact and benefits for the community. The Demos session features working systems with a demonstrable impact on products in the short-medium term as well as prototypes with long term research visions. The expectations and requirements for submissions in these two separate sessions are listed here.
Latest News (2010-02-25):The deadline for technical paper submissions has been extended by two weeks to Midnight March 19, 2010.
The IP communications domain has matured beyond providing VoIP- only services on the Internet. Universtities, enterprises, businesses and individual consumers routinely use VoIP. The focus of IP communications is now on the operations, management, administration and provisioning aspects of large-scale, reliable and secure communication systems. To this extent, the research and standardization work now includes log file analysis, session tracing across proxy meshes and overload control. As IP communications grapples with these issues, newer technologies in the form of cloud-based IP communication systems; peer-to-peer VoIP networks; use of IP communications in virtual worlds; social networks and IP communications are starting to assert a strong presence in the IP communications domain. The aim of the IPTComm conference is to serve as a platform for researchers from academia, research labs, industry and government to share their ideas, views, results and experiences in the field of IP-based telecommunication. IPTComm will include presentations of theoretical and experimental achievements, innovative systems, prototyping efforts, case studies, and advancements in technology.