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Financial Cryptography '01

Before 1/15/01 On or After 1/15/01
Conference $850 $1000
Conference Academic $350 $500
Conference Student $150 $300
Accompanying Person $200 $200

(These prices reflect an additional charge of $150 for payments received on or after 1/15/01)

Registration includes admission to the scientific and exhibition sessions, conference materials, one year IFCA membership, a copy of the final proceedings, breakfast and lunch each day of the conference, and admission to all social events. The accompanying person fee includes admission to the exhibition sessions only, breakfast and lunch each day of the conference, and admission to all social events.

A limited number of stipends to help defray the costs of attendance are available to full-time students with a paper accepted for presentation at the conference. To apply for a stipend, please contact the General Chair. Support for student authors is provided in part by Cryptography Research, Inc.

Conference registrants paying by electronic money are eligible for a $100 discount ($50 for academic and student registrants).

Cancellations before January 15, 2002 will be refunded in full. Cancellations after that date will be assessed a 20% cancellation fee.

All prices are in U.S. dollars.

Privacy notice: we collect personal information for conference registration and IFCA membership purposes (you may elect not to be included on the list of participants, which is distributed to the conference attendees). It is our policy not to use this information for any other purposes and not to release the information to organizations or individuals other than those involved in organizing the conference. However, we will send address labels to the publisher for the purpose of shipping the final proceedings. If you do not wish your address information to be sent to the publisher, we can arrange for special handling. There is an additional charge for this service, and it will result in a delay in the delivery of your copy of the proceedings.



This conference is organized annually by the International Financial Cryptography Association.