Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications

August 2 and 3, 2010
Leibniz Supercomputing Center, Munich, Germany

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Conference Program

Here is the final version of the IPTComm 2010 conference technical programme. A PDF version of this programme is available here.

Day 1 (Monday August 2, 2010)

08:30a – 09:00a Registration

09:00a – 09:15a Welcome note by IPTComm 2010 Chairs

09:15a – 10:15a Keynote I: The Cybersecurity Challenge, Dr. Steven M. Bellovin, Department of Computer Science, Columbia University

10:15a – 10:45a Coffee break

10:45a – 12:45p Track: Security

Technical Paper: Introducing a cross federation identity solution for converged network environments, Konstantinos Lampropoulos (University of Patras, GR); Daniel Diaz-Sanchez (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, ES); Florina Almenares (Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, ES); Peter Weik (Fraunhofer FOKUS, DE); Spyros Denazis (University of Patras, GR)

Technical Paper: Hidden VoIP Calling Records from Networking Intermediaries, Ge Zhang (Karlstads Universitet, SE); Stefan Berthold (Karlstad University, SE)

Technical Paper: Work in Progress: Inter-Domain and DoS-Resistant Call Establishment Protocol (IDDR-CEP), Patrick Battistello (Orange Labs, FR)

Technical Paper: Work in Progress: A secure and lightweight scheme for media keying in the Session Initiation Protocol (SIP), Vijay K. Gurbani (Bell Laboratories, Alcatel-Lucent, US); Vladimir Kolesnikov (Bell Labs, US)

Industry Talk: How would you say: “Alice called Bob?” -- The dangers of vaguely defined call records, Sandra Tartarelli (NEC Laboratories, DE); Nico d'Heureuse (NEC Laboratories, DE); Saverio Niccolini (NEC Laboratories, DE)

Industry Talk: Client agnostic authentication for VoIP endpoints, Wilhelm Wimmreuter (InCharge Systems, AT)

12:45p – 02:00p Lunch

02:00p – 03:00p Keynote II: ISP and Application Collaboration, Dr. Anja Feldmann, Deutsche Telekom Laboratory/TU Berlin

03:00p – 04:00p Track: Deployment considerations and services architecture track (Session I)

Technical Paper: Reusable features for VoIP service realization, Thomas M. Smith (AT&T Labs Research, US)

Technical Paper: Specification and Evaluation of Transparent Behavior for SIP Back-to-Back User Agents, Gregory Bond (AT&T Labs - Research, US); Eric Cheung (AT&T Labs - Research, US); Thomas M Smith (AT&T Labs - Research, US); Pamela Zave (AT&T Labs - Research, US)

04:00p – 04:30p Coffee break

04:30p – 06:00pTrack: Performance of VoIP systems and networks

Technical Paper: The Impact of TLS on SIP Server Performance, Charles Shen (Columbia University, US); Erich Nahum (IBM T.J. Watson Research Center, US); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University, US); Charles P. Wright (IBM Research, US)

Technical Paper: On TCP-based SIP Server Overload Control, Charles Shen (Columbia University, US); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University, US)

Industry Talk: Is QoS Sufficient for Estimating Visual Quality?, Jeffrey Bloom (Dialogic Media Labs, US)

06:00p onwards Social event

Day 2 (Tuesday August 3, 2010)

09:00a – 10:30a Track: Deployment considerations and services architecture track (Session II)

Technical Paper: A Novel Implementation of Very Large Teleconferences, Eric Cheung (AT&T Labs - Research, US); Gerald M Karam (AT&T, US)

Technical Paper: CCMP: a novel standard protocol for Conference Management in the XCON Framework, Simon Pietro Romano (University of Napoli Federico II, IT); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University, US); Roberta Presta (University of Napoli Federico II, IT); Lorenzo Miniero (University of Napoli Federico II, IT); Mary Barnes (Nortel, US)

Technical Paper: Work in Progress: Black-Box Approach for Testing Quality of Service in Case of Security Incidents by Combining Multiple Test Techniques on the Example of a SIP- based VoIP Service, Peter Steinbacher (Vienna University of Technology, AT); Florian Fankhauser (Vienna University of Technology, AT); Schanes (Vienna University of Technology, AT)

Industry Talk: SailFin CAFE - Portable framework for next generation converged applications, Ramesh Parthasarathy (Sun Microsystems Inc., IN); Binod PG (Sun Microsystems, IN); Barbara Pareglio (Ericsson, NL); Erik van der Velden (Ericsson, NL)

10:30a – 11:00a Coffee break

11:00a – 12:30p Track: Peer-to-Peer in IP Telephony

Technical Paper: Reliability and Relay Selection in Peer-to-Peer Communication Systems, Salman Abdul Baset (Columbia University, US); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University, US)

Technical Paper: A Virtual and Distributed Control Layer with Proximity Awareness for Group Conferencing in P2PSIP, Alexander Knauf (HAW Hamburg, DE); Gabriel Hege (HAW Hamburg University of Applied Sciences, DE); Thomas C. Schmidt (HAW Hamburg (DE), DE); Matthias Wählisch (Freie Universität Berlin, DE)

Technical Paper: Pr2-P2PSIP: Privacy Preserving P2P Signaling for VoIP and IM, Ali Fessi (Technische Universität München, DE); Nathan Evans (Technische Universität München, DE); Heiko Niedermayer (TU Munich, DE); Ralph G Holz (Technische Universität München, DE)

12:45p – 02:00p Lunch

2:00p – 3:15p Track: Deployment considerations and services architecture track (Session III)

Technical Paper: Online Non-Intrusive Diagnosis of One-Way RTP Faults in VoIP Networks Using Cooperation, Alessandro Amirante (University of Napoli Federico II, IT); Simon Pietro Romano (University of Napoli Federico II, IT); Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University, US); Kyung Hwa Kim (Columbia University, US)

Technical Paper: Work in Progress: A Communications-Enabled Collaboration Platform: Framework, Features, and Feature Interactions, John Buford (Avaya Labs Research, US); K. Kishore Dhara (Avaya Labs Research, US); Venkatesh Krishnaswamy (Avaya Labs Research, US); Xiaotao Wu (Avaya Labs Research, US); Mario Kolberg (University of Stirling, UK)

Industry Talk: A web services approach to the IMS transparent data, Brett Brock (Cox Cable, US)

03:15p – 03:45p Coffee break

03:45p – 05:30p Demonstrations

Security and Access Control for Future Home Networks, Holger Kinkelin, Andreas Müller, and Georg Carle (Technische Universität München)

Prototypical Implementation of ALTO Client and ALTO Server and Integration into a P2P Live Streaming Software, Jan Seedorf, Saverio Niccolini, Renato Lo Cigno, Csaba Kiraly (NEC Laboratories Europe, University of Trento)

Bridging communications and the physical world: Sense Everything, Control Everything, Omer Boyaci, Victoria Beltran, and Henning Schulzrinne (Columbia University)

An H.264-compliant Multipoint Video Conferencing with Adaptive, Temporally Scalable Support for Mobiles, Gabriel Hege, Mark Palkow, Thomas C. Schmidt, Matthias Wählisch (HAW Hamburg, Daviko GmbH, Freie Universität Berlin)

Formal Model of SIP — Some Practical Uses, Eric Cheung, Gregory W. Bond, Thomas M. Smith, Pamela Zave (AT&T Labs — Research)

Towards Multimedia Continuity by Network Virtualization: Demonstration, and Verification of Buffering in Virtual Routers, Albert Rafetseder, Kurt Tutschku (University of Vienna)

Conference session recording: a standard approach, Alessandro Amirante, Tobia Castaldi, Lorenzo Miniero, Simon Pietro Romano (University of Napoli)

A honeypot back-end to support security in VoIP domains, Rodrigo D. do Carmo, Mohamed Nassar (Universidad Blas Pascal; Loria-Inria)

Presence enabled conference - A sample converged application written using SailFin CAFE and Java EE, Barbara Pareglio (Ericsson), P.G. Binod (Sun Microsystems)

Automatic control and Management Platform (ACMP), Marc-Olivier Pahl and Georg Carle (Institute for Informatics, TU München)

7:30p onwards Dinner