Registration & Accomodation

Conference fee:

Conference fee:

Students, PHD students 150,- euro.

Academics, NGO's, civil servants 250,- euro.

Business representatives, private sector 550,- euro.

 

Registration for the Conference has closed. You can still register for our openingsevent on friday here and for our special keynote with Bill Binney on sunday evening here.

Accommodation:

Accommodation can be booked via the conference hotel-service site, please click here.
 

Your stay in Amsterdam:

For information regarding your stay in Amsterdam, please click here.

 

Conference venues:

 

Oudemanhuispoort:

On Saturday the 24th and Sunday the 25th, the Oudemanhuispoort will serve as the Conference venue.

On the corner of Oudezijds Achterburgwal stands a distinctive gateway with spectacles over the pedestal. This indicated its role as an almshouse for the elderly, built here in 1601 from the proceeds of a public lottery. It's now the seat of the University of Amsterdam and closed to the public, although you can wander the courtyard. Note the bust of the learned Roman goddess Minerva over the courtyard entrance. A secondhand book market has operated in the passage since the mid-1700s.


Oudemanhuispoort 4-6
1012 CN Amsterdam
T: +31 (0)20 525 3361

To get to the Faculty of Law from Amsterdam’s Central Station, you can use tramlines 4, 9, 16, 24, or 25. Get out at the second stop (Spui). The street you are on now is the Rokin. Take a left and cross the bridge to enter the alley Langebrugsteeg. Follow it through to Grimburgwal. At the end of Grimburgwal, take a left onto the canal named Oudezijds Achterburgwal. Immediately on your right hand side is the gate to the Oudemanhuispoort. Go through the gate and go halfway down the passage. On your left hand side, you will find the courtyard with the main entrance to the Faculty of Law. Alternatively, you can use the metro to get to the faculty. You can take any metro line departing from Amsterdam Central Station. Get out at Nieuwmarkt station. From the metro station, take the exit that leads to Oude Hoogstraat. Go left into Oude Hoogstraat, cross the bridge and immediately turn left into Kloveniersburgwal. Follow along the canal for about 200 meters. The gate to the Oudemanhuispoort will be on your right hand side. Go through the gateway and halfway down the passage. On your right hand side, you will find the courtyard with the main entrance to the Faculty of Law.

 

University Auditorium

The University Auditoriu, the historical protestant church of Amsterdam, serves as the main auditorium of the University of Amsterdam; the church will be the venue of the opening event on sunday the 23th of October.

Singel 411
1012 XM Amsterdam

To get to the Auditorium of the University of Amsterdam (from Central Station) you can use tramlines 1,2 and 5. Get out at stop Spui. Getting of the tram, turn sideways to see the Auditorium at approximately 100 meters from the stop, at the other side of the Spui.

 

The Bazel

 

De Bazel, located at the Vijzelstraat in Amsterdam, is an impressive art deco building with a rich and royal history and dates back to the beginning of the twentieth century. Together with the Royal Palace on the Dam square, the City Hall and the Rijksmuseum it is counted amongst the most striking and beautiful historical buildings of Amsterdam.

University Library

The main library building of the University of Amsterdam will be the venue of the last day of the conference, 26th of October.
 
Singel 425
1012 WP Amsterdam
 
To get to the Auditorium of the University of Amsterdam (from Central Station) you can use tramlines 1,2 and 5. Get out at stop Spui. Getting of the tram, turn sideways to see the Auditorium at approximately 100 meters from the stop, at the other side of the Spui.