April 28 - May 2, 2002, Amsterdam, The Netherlands
For registration you may download and print these registration forms (PDF). Personalized registration forms for those who have attended Eurocrypt in recent years are currently being mailed out by the IACR General Secretariat. There are three registration forms:
At the conference each participant gets a copy of the proceedings as published in Springer-Verlag's LNCS series. In addition, each participant becomes a member of IACR for the next calendar year, which includes a subscription to the Journal of Cryptology. The social program includes the conference lunches from Monday through Thursday, the welcome reception on Sunday evening, the catering during the Rump Session on Tuesday evening, and the banquet on Wednesday evening. Please use Form A for registration to the conference, incl. registration to the accompanying persons program.
Eurocrypt 2002 is organized by the Coding and Crypto group of the Technical University of Eindhoven at the Hotel Okura, which lies in the south of Amsterdam, near the A10 ringway. The hotel can be reached from Schiphol by Airport-Hotel Shuttle, by taxi or by public transport in about 15 to 30 minutes. Hotel Okura is a 24-stories tall 5-star hotel, with a marvelous view over Amsterdam and with its own pier on the Amstel canal.
Hotel Okura is at the asterisk *.
Please be advised to book early for best rates and availability. The Amsterdam high season starts already in March. Also, note that April 30 is Queensday, a Dutch National Holiday, which attracts many people to Amsterdam, most of them Dutch people visiting Amsterdam for one day or night. Expect crowds in the inner center of Amsterdam on Monday night (April 29) from about 10 PM till late and on Tuesday (April 30) from about 10 AM to 8 PM. Dress code: orange. The inner center is depicted as the orange (dark-colored) semi-circle on the map.
There are three options for booking a hotel room:
See The Internet Guide to Amsterdam for travel information and information on hotels, restaurants and much more.
To visit the Netherlands, you will need proper documentation. A visa is required for visitors from some countries (no visa is required for visitors from the European Union, Canada and the US). Please visit the Netherlands Embassy in your country for more information.
An official letter of invitation will be sent by the General Chair upon request. It is understood that such an invitation is intended to help potential delegates raise travel funds or obtain a visa. It is not a commitment on the part of the Organizing Committee to provide any financial support.
As part of the extra social and spouse program it is possible to book excursions through the Eurocrypt organization. Please use Form B to book these excursions. For more information go to this Excursions page.