The International workshop on Peer-To-Peer Systems (IPTPS) was a forum in which researchers discussed the state-of-the-art in peer-to-peer computing, with a focus on identifying and addressing key research challenges in the area. Workshops covered all aspects of decentralized computer systems, spanning the gamut from theory to deployment.
The workshop ran from 2002 through 2010. It is no longer active.
|9||Apr 27, 2010||San Jose, CA, USA||Michael J. Freedman & Arvind Krishnamurthy||NSDI '10||site papers|
|8||Apr 21, 2009||Boston, MA, USA||Rodrigo Rodrigues & Keith Ross||NSDI '09||site papers|
|7||Feb 25-26, 2008||Tampa, FL, USA||Adriana Iamnitchi & Stefan Saroiu||independent||site papers|
|6||Feb 26-27, 2007||Bellevue, WA, USA||John R. Douceur & Roger Wattenhofer||independent||site papers|
|5||Feb 27-28, 2006||Santa Barbara, CA, USA||Emin Gun Sirer & Ben Y. Zhao||independent||site papers|
|4||Feb 24-25, 2005||Ithaca, NY, USA||Miguel Castro & Robbert van Renesse||independent||site papers|
|3||Feb 26-27, 2004||San Diego, CA, USA||Scott Shenker & Geoffrey M. Voelker||independent||site papers|
|2||Feb 20-21, 2003||Berkeley, CA, USA||Frans Kaashoek & Ion Stoica||independent||site papers|
|1||Mar 7-8, 2002||Cambridge, MA, USA||Peter Druschel & Antony Rowstron||independent||site papers|
IPTPS was guided by a steering committee. Over the workshop's nine-year history, the steering committee has included the following members: