Principles, Systems and Applications of IP Telecommunications
1 and 2, 2011
Illinois Institute of Technology, Chicago, USA
Call for Demonstrations and Industry TalksIPTComm2011 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. Topics of interest for both talks and demos cover new services and service models, aspects related to management, resilience and security of IP-based telecommunications networks as well as topics related to mobile IP communications, and other topics outlined in the main conference call for papers. The expectations and requirements for submissions in these two separate sessions are listed below.
Industrial talksTalk submissions should include a title and an abstract detailing the topics to be addressed during the talk and the significance of the contribution relative to the conference themes. Submissions must be in English and must not exceed two pages. Priority will be given to talks that highlight the innovation of the solutions presented as well as the impact and the benefits for the community. Persons involved in innovative industrial activities and designs are particularly encouraged to submit talk abstracts. The session is intended to foster the feedback from design to research with a high degree of discussion and ideas exchange. Submit your proposal by using EDAS and clicking on the Demonstration and Presentation Track link.
DemosDemonstration submissions should include a title, a short description of the system, a summary of its novel characteristics, the list of functions and features to be demonstrated, and a statement of the significance of the contribution relative to the conference themes. Submissions must be in English and must not exceed four pages. Authors are encouraged to include in their submissions a link to a set of screenshots, and/or mockups, and/or animations of the proposed demonstration where possible. Submissions will be evaluated on the basis of their innovation, practical value, relevance, and presentation. The demo session is seen as an opportunity for researchers to come together with developers and industry to discuss practically oriented topics. Submit your proposal by using EDAS and clicking on the Demonstration and Presentation Track link.
DeadlinesSubmission deadline (extended): May 22, 2011
Notification: June 6, 2011
Talk: August 1 or 2, 2011
Demo: August 1 or 2, 2011
Industrial Talks and Demos CommitteeEric Burger – Georgetown University - firstname.lastname@example.org
Gonzalo Camarillo – LM Ericsson - email@example.com