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D.C. Area Crypto Day - Spring 2019

D.C. Area Crypto Day is a bi-annual, one-day regional meeting of cryptographic researchers to promote research collaborations and disseminate fresh, state-of-the-art results in cryptography. Previous D.C. Area Crypto Day events have been held at several local universities. 

Program and additional details.  

There is no registration fee, however, all attendees must be pre-registered to enter the NIST campus. 

IMPORTANT INFORMATION: Your name in our registration system must match your identification exactly to gain entry.

You will be required to stop at the NIST Visitors’ Center and show proper identification (passport or green card for non-U.S. citizens) prior to gaining access to campus.  For more information about accessing NIST campus, please see:

NIST Visitor Information (directions, parking, shuttle from Shady Grove Metro station)

Created February 20, 2019, Updated April 10, 2019