Registration for PKC 2009

On-line registration is done via the IACR registration form. To use that form you will need your IACR reference number and password. If you do not have this information (e.g., if this is your first IACR conference), you can have the information mailed to you as explained in the registration form. You can pay on-line or by other means, following the instructions there.

Registration fees (including IACR fee)

Early Fee (by Mar-1) Late Fee (from Mar-1)
Regular Registration $408 $458
Student Registration $204 $254
Additional guest $70 $70

Registration includes the IACR fee (see below), all sessions and invited talks, one copy of the proceedings, gala dinner (Thursday), lunches, coffee breaks, and light breakfasts (Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday), and bus shuttle transportation between the conference facility and our two hotels, Atrium and Crowne Plaza (see venue and travel information).

IACR Membership Rules:

If you have already registered for any other IACR-sponsored conference this year (i.e. FSE 2009 or TCC 2009), then you do not need to pay the IACR membership fee, and your registration rate will be reduced, by $88 for the regular attendees and $44 for student attendees. Note that the IACR fee, in addition to the membership in IACR, includes subscription to the Journal of Cryptology.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellation requests received by March 9, 2009 are entitled to a refund less a $80 processing fee. A canceled registration still entitles you to one copy of the proceedings. No refunds (full or partial) will be issued after March 9. No refunds will be given for portions of the registration not being used.

Visa Regulations

Please see the travel page

Financial Support

A limited number of stipends are available to students. Preference will be given to those who are presenting papers at the conference. To apply for a stipend, have your advisor or department chair send a brief justification to the PKC Chairs by February 1, 2009. Stipend requests will also be considered from non-student authors of accepted papers who are unable to obtain sufficient funding.