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There were 110 registered participants; 50 of them were students. Most of the participants stayed in hotels in downtown Providence; a block of rooms was arranged for TCC at the Hampton Inn and at the Biltmore. Although the conference venue was only a 20-minute walk from the hotels, the conference provided a shuttle to and from the venue that made several roundtrips in the morning and then several more after the talks ended.
The full registration amount was $272, while the student rate was $136. The IACR membership fee was an additional $70 full and $35 student, but it only applied to those participants who had not attended another IACR meeting this year. Each participant received a copy of the proceedings.
The program consisted of 35 papers, selected from 108 submissions; two invited talks, by Luca Trevisan and Rafael Pass; and the rump session, chaired by Tal Malkin.
After four successful Africacrypt conferences (Dakar Senegal 2011; Stellenbosch, South Africa 2010 ; Gammarth, Tunis, Tunisia, 2009; and Casablanca, Morocco 2008), the fifth edition of Africacrypt (http://www.aui.ma/africacrypt2012) will take place at Al Akhawayn University in Ifrane, Morocco, 10-12 July 2012, whereby establishing a tradition in the science of cryptology and related disciplines in the African continent. Beyond providing an international forum for practitioners and researchers from industry, academia, and government from all over the world, the conference aims at the promotion of cryptography research in Africa, especially among your African researchers. Located in the middle of the Atlas mountains, and at the cross road of major imperial cities, the venue for this edition, that is Ifrane, Morocco, is synonymous of a social program as rich as the scientific program.
Papers must be submitted electronically through https://africacrypt2012.epfl.ch/iChair More instructions are available in the call for papers. Important dates: