We have selected six demonstrations from the responses to our call for demo proposals (printed for your reference below). The demonstrations are scheduled for the morning and afternoon breaks of the technical programme, so that each demonstration gets a best possible attention.

DEMO PROGRAM (see also -> conference program)

Monday, 3rd September, 2007

10.00 - 10.30 Demo Session 1

* Ingmar Baumgart, Bernhard Heep and Stephan Krause.
  Institute of Telematics, Universit¨at Karlsruhe (TH), Germany.
  A P2PSIP Demonstrator Powered by OverSim.

15.00 - 16.00 - Demo Session 2

* Ulrich Mueller, Matt Young and Alain Gefflaut.
  European Microsoft Innovation Center, Aachen, Germany.
  Running the Windows P2P Infrastructure on Mobile Phones.

Tuesday 4th September, 2007

9.45 - 10.15 - Demo Session 3

* Boris Mejias, Donatien Grolaux and Peter Van Roy.
  Universit´e catholique de Louvain, Belgium.
  PEPINO: PEer-to-Peer network INspectOr.

15.00 - 16.00 - Demo Session 4

* James Walkerdine, Danny Hughes and Kevin Lee.
  Lancaster University, UK; Isis Forensics, Lancaster, UK; Manchester University, UK.
  The Effect of Viral Media on Business Usage of P2P.

Wednesday, 5th September, 2007

9.30 - 10.00 - Demo session 5

* Tobias Heer, Shaohui Li and Klaus Wehrle.
  Distributed Systems Group, RWTH Aachen, Germany.
  PISA: P2P Wi-Fi Internet Sharing Architecture.


Demo Call for Proposals (expired)

P2P 2007 is encouraging the P2P community to demonstrate their
latest system developments and P2P applications at the P2P 2007
conference site. In addition to the demo presentation announced in
the official conference programme, a two page abstract will be published
in the proceedings.

Demonstration proposals have to be submitted (pdf only) by

  May 20, 2007

using our on-line submission service. Proposals must be formatted as

    * The first page must contain:
          o The names and the full contact information of the authors
          o The kind of demonstration (all on site, connection to peers in the home lab, using a P2P platform such as OpenDHT, using a larger test environment such as PlanetLab)
          o space required
          o time required
    * The following two pages must contain the abstract that will be published in the proceedings; it must clearly state what the demonstrator will show, its significance to the topics of interest listed in the call for papers and its key contribution. The formatting of the abstract should be double column, 10 point font size and is limited to 2 pages.

Authors will be notified by June 8, 2007, on the acceptance of their
demonstration proposal.
The camera ready version of the abstract is due June 17, 2007 and
will be composed by the two abstract pages.
Further questions may be addressed to the TPC Co-Chairs or the Industrial
Liasons Chair.


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