Registration

On-line registration and payment is handled via the IACR registration form. To use this 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/workshop), enter your details and you will receive an IACR reference number after registration and payment.

Registration Fees

  Early-bird registration is opened until February 26, 2019 (23:59).

Registration Cost

Regular

Student

Registration Fee + IACR dues

USD 590

USD 295

Attended prior 2019 IACR conferences

USD 540

USD 270


Fee for an accompanying person will be USD 150.


All attendees who register after February 26, 2019 will incur a USD 120 late registration surcharge.

What the Conference Fee Includes

Registration includes access to all technical sessions, a welcome reception (Sunday evening), a conference dinner, and all coffee breaks and lunches. FSE 2019 does not have printed/online proceedings. Accepted papers are available here as journal papers in the IACR Transactions on Symmetric Cryptology.

Accompanying person fee (USD 150) includes social functions: welcome reception (Sunday evening) and conference dinner.

Cancellation Policy

Cancellations requests should be made in writing or email to the general chair. Those received by Monday, March 11, 2019 will receive a full refund less USD 200 to cover fixed costs for the conference. No refund will be made for cancellations made after Monday, March 11, 2019.

An Important Note for Students

Thanks to the IACR Cryptography Research Fund for Students, students who present their own paper at can have their registration fee waived. Please contact the general chair about it before registering and by February 26, 2019 at the latest.

Additionally, thanks to our sponsors a limited number of stipends are available to students. To apply for a stipend, send a motivated application to the general chair by February 15, 2019. The applicants are strongly encouraged to request their advisor or department chair to send a brief justification to support the application.


Photo: Colin Chaigneau