AsiaCrypt 2002
1-5 December 2002
New Zealand
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Thanks for coming to AsiaCrypt 2002

After two years of planning and preparation, the conference has come and gone in the blink of an eye. Everyone who worked to make this a success performed without incident. We are eternally grateful to all those who made AsiaCrypt 2002 a huge success. In the end we had 147 attendees from 21 countries. In the next few days, we will add another feature to this site. This will hold the best of the more than 1,150 photos taken by James Hughes, Spike Quinn, Roland McKenzie and myself during the conference. For those who attended, we hope that you enjoy the photos. We have not deliberately chosen any photos that might embarrass anyone, however, if there are photos that include you that you would like removed, just let us know and it will be done as quickly as we can.

Finally, I would like to publicly thank everyone who supported us by attending and by speaking. I'd also like to publicly thank the many people involved in the mounting of this conference: Bruce and Petrea Barker of Mastertouch Events, Jaysha for providing our entertainment, the staff of the Millennium Hotel for their gracious service, the Security Research Group who provided help in every way throughout the conference, Boog of Te Matarua O Matamata for creating the gift and for taking his time and bringing his friends to demonstrate the Maori weapons, Aaron and his group from the Queenstown Maori Concert & Feast for performing the powhiri and finally Walker Wireless for sponsoring us and for providing the wireless network that served everyone so silently, efficiently and reliably.

Asiacrypt 2002 is organised by the International Association for Cryptologic Research (IACR) in cooperation with the Information Science Department of the University of Otago.

Contact information:

Asiacrypt 2002
Information Science Department
School of Business
University of Otago
PO Box 56
Dunedin 9001
New Zealand

Email: Henry Wolfe
Phone: +64 3 479 8141
Facsimile: +64 3 479 8311

Walker Wireless will be providing a wireless network at AsiaCrypt. It will facilitate your access to the Internet. A wireless PCMCIA card for your laptop will be required that supports:

- 802.11b
- WEP 128 bit Encryption

An encryption key and SSID will be supplied with each conference ID card at registration time.

View AsiaCrypt 2002 brochure in Adobe PDF format.

Program Chair: Yuliang Zheng
General Chair: Henry Wolfe

Submission deadline: May 24, 2002, 05:00pm US ET

Webmaster Spike Quinn

University of Otago IACR Qantas TSS Earnslaw, Queenstown