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CFP Bi-Annual Meeting: San Jose, CA
January 22-23, 2008


255 W. Tasman Drive
Building J
Golden Gate Conference Room
San Jose, CA 95134
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Hotel and Transportation Logistics

Crowne Plaza Hotel
San Jose/Silicon Valley
777 Bellew
Milpitas, CA 95035

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Monday, January 21

5:00-7:00 p.m. Informal reception for meeting attendees
Location: Crowne Plaza Hotel, 777 Bellew, Milpitas, CA 95035

DAY 1 - Tuesday, January 22, 2008

8:00 Welcome, Continental Breakfast
8:30 David Clark (MIT) Conference Introduction
8:35 Mark Carroll, Sr. Director Video TG, NMAI (Cisco)
Keynote Address: P2P to Service Routing

The P2P Elephant - What is P2P and why is it significant?

9:00 David Clark (MIT) Chair/Introduction
9:05 David Reed (MIT) (Viral WG) Beyond P2P: Liquidity and Virality
9:50 Charlie Fine (MIT) (Value Chain Dynamics WG) Value Creation and Capture in P2P Systems
Roberto Saracco (Telecom Italia) The Telecom Italia NGN2

10:35 Break

Platform Liquidity - Is P2P a transition to a "liquid" Internet?

10:50 David Reed (MIT) Chair/Introduction
10:55 Mic Bowman (Intel) PlanetLab: A Platform for Planetary-Scale Services
11:40 Discussion led by David Reed (MIT) Will Clouds Reign: A Stormy Future for Pure-Play Commmunications

12:25 Lunch

Understanding Traffic Patterns - What's really going on with Internet traffic?

1:25 Bill Lehr (MIT) Chair/Introduction
1:30 Andrew Odlyzsko (University of Minnesota) Internet traffic growth trends
2:15 Eve Schooler (Intel) & Jaideep Chandrashekar (Intel) Inside the Forbidden City: A look at End-Host Traffic inside a Modern Enterprise

3:00 Break

3:15 Dirk Trossen (BT) Collective delusions behind how capacity gets shared

4:00 Wrap

6:30 DINNER for all paricipants at the Crowne Plaza Hotel

DAY 2 - Wednesday, January 23

8:00 Welcome, Continental Breakfast

Context-aware platforms - How is our notion of communication changing?

8:30 Karen Sollins (MIT) Chair/Introduction
8:35 Nadav Aharony (MIT) Learning and using Social Context in Communication Networks: Social Area Networking and the Community Platform
9:05 Polychronis Ypodimatopoulos (MIT) Parallel Internets and Ultra-Local Economies
9:35 Bernardo Huberman (HP Labs) Social Dynamics in the Age of the Web
10:20 Karen Sollins (MIT) Privacy and Security in Context-Aware Platforms

11:05 Break

The future of TV - What's the role of P2P?

11:20 Natalie Klym (MIT) Chair/Introduction
11:30 Marie Jose Montpetit (Motorola) Community Networking: Getting P2P out of Prison
12:15 Henry Holtzman (MIT) Community PVR

1:00 Lunch

The 700 MHz Auction - What role does wireless play in a liquid world?

2:00 Bill Lehr (MIT) Chair/Introduction
2:15 Dale Hatfield (University of Colorado) Applying New Technologies to Old Spectrum Management Problems
3:00 Andy Lippman (MIT) Respondent

3:20 Break

3:35 David Clark (MIT) Wrap

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