Call for Speakers IIT RTC Conference 2024

Call for Speakers for the WebRTC & Real-Time Applications Track! The 2024 RTC Conference and Expo at the Illinois Institute of Technology (IIT) will be held October 8th – 10th, on the Illinois Institute of Technology’s Mies Campus in Chicago. As the conference celebrates its 20th anniversary, they will bring together thought leaders from across industry and academia to shape the future of real-time communications. The conference is co-hosted by the IEEE Chicago Section & Real Time Communications Lab at Illinois Tech.

As is tradition, representatives from will chair the WebRTC and Real-Time Communications track. This year, our CTO Alberto González Trastoy and one of our Senior WebRTC Engineers, Muhammad “Hamza” Nasir, will co-chair.

This track will:

  • Explore the current status of WebRTC from both standards and market perspectives
  • Examine leading use cases for WebRTC applications and integrations with AI
  • Delve into best practices for implementing real-time applications using WebRTC 
  • Share the latest Open Source project updates
  • See how people are scaling WebRTC
  • and much more!

Call for Proposals

The co-chairs are soliciting proposals for presentations on topics at the leading technical and industrial edge of how we think about, create, and implement WebRTC and Real Time Communications. 

Presentation proposals will be reviewed as they are received. Ongoing notifications of acceptance will be made based on content, relevance, and speaker qualifications. To ensure a place on this year’s agenda, please make your proposals as early as possible.

Individual presentations are typically allotted 30 minutes, consisting of 20 – 25 minutes of speaker presentation and 5-10 minutes of audience Q&A. Panel presentations are typically allotted 60 minutes, consisting of 45 – 50 minutes of panelist presentations and 10-15 minutes of Q&A.

Propose a talk on the RTC Conference website.

Join us in Chicago!

Whether or not you are a speaker, make your plans to join us in Chicago this October! Everyone living at the intersection of voice, video, messaging, mobility, the cloud, and the Web – technical developers, innovators, engineers, academic researchers, product managers, marketers, entrepreneurs – has things to learn, things to teach, and people to meet at this conference.

In the meantime, catch up on last year’s WebRTC and Real-Time Communication track talks here.

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