[e2e] Call for participation - P2P-TV workshop on Jan 20/21 in Torino - Italy
mellia at tlc.polito.it
Fri Dec 17 07:48:42 PST 2010
This might be of interest to some of us. Plus, the workshop participation is free,
and Torino is also close to some very nice skying resort;)
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Call for Participation
International Workshop on P2P-TV
(organised by the NAPA-WINE Project)
Torino, Italy, January 20-21, 2011
TV services over the Internet can be provided either exploiting IP multicast
functionalities or relying on a pure end-to-end (P2P) approach. The P2P approach
has been successfully exploited to overcome limitations of IP-based solutions
(like reliance on the network infrastructure controlled by a single broadband
operator) and can potentially offer a scalable planetary infrastructure.
Recently, several P2P-TV systems started to show up, with the last generation
offering High Quality TV (P2P-HQTV) systems, providing a ubiquitous access to
the service. These same potentialities of P2P-TV systems constitute a worry for
network carriers since the traffic they generate may potentially grow without
control, causing a degradation of quality of service perceived by Internet users
or even the network collapse (and the consequent failure of the P2P-HQTV service
The final NAPA-WINE workshop is intended as an informal forum for lively
discussions on current and future trends in peer-to-peer live streaming. The
program comprises four talks presenting the main NAPA-WINE achievements (and a
demo of NAPA-WINEâ€™s network-aware P2P live streaming system) as well as nine
talks from external highly qualified researchers from both academia and
industry, providing a broad and articulated perspective on the main challenges
and solutions on the topic. There will be external presentations provided by
(see http://www.napa-wine.eu/workshop/program.html for agenda details):
- Presentations from other on-going European projects on P2P-TV/CDN:
* Future Media Networks (FMN) cluster and ENVISION (David Griffin, UCL, GB)
* COAST/SEA (Emanuele Quacchio, ST Microelectronics, IT)
* P2P-NEXT (Raul Jimenez, KTH, SE)
- Presentations from the industrial world (the operator/content provider vision):
* Nikolaos Laoutaris, Telefonica Research, ES
* Enrico Marocco, Chair of IETF ALTO, Telecom Italia, IT
- Presentations from academia (technical challenges)
* Ernst Biersack, Eurecom, FR
* Phuoc Tran-Gia, Tobias Hossfeld, University of Wuerzburg, DE
* Yong Liu, Polytechnic Institute of NYU, US
* Victoria Fodor, Gyorgy Dan, KTH, SE
Location: The workshop will take place at VALENTINO CASTLE (Castello del
Valentino), Viale Mattioli 39, 10125 Torino, Italy. Valentino Castle campus is
situated quite near the main railway station of Porta Nuova, in an area
characterized by open green spaces. It is in the heart of Valentino Park with a
wonderful view of the Po River. More details on getting to the workshop are
available at http://www.napa-wine.eu/workshop/location.html.
- start: Thursday, January 20th, 2011, 2.00 p.m.
- end: Friday, January 21st, 2011, 5.30 p.m.
A social dinner will be offered by the NAPA-WINE project on Thursday evening.
There is *no* *registration* *fee* to participate in the workshop. However,
participants are kindly invited to register their attendance by January 10th,
2011, at http://www.napa-wine.eu/workshop/registration.html. People that will
not register may not be granted access due to seat limitations.
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