6th Workshop on Privacy Enhancing Technologies
Robinson College, Cambridge, United Kingdom
Registration facilities for the PET Workshop have been kindly provided by the Foundation for Information Policy Research (FIPR).
Also, please consider booking your accommodation AS SOON AS POSSIBLE
The PET Workshop 2006 is taking place at exactly the same time as Cambridge's "graduation" ceremonies, which means that there will be pressure on space. Even if you are not entirely sure you are coming, there is often no penalty if you book and then cancel later on.
The detailed programme is now available, this outline is for more general planning.
The PET Workshop 2006 runs from midday on Wednesday 28 June until the end of Friday 30 June. It is immediately preceded, in the same location (Robinson College, Cambridge), by the Fifth Workshop on the Economics of Information Security (WEIS 2006) which runs from Monday 26 June until midday Wednesday 28 June. It will also be running (on Thursday 29 June and Friday 30 June) in parallel with the IAVoSS Workshop On Trustworthy Elections (WOTE 2006).
Attendees at PET are welcome to attend the last session of WEIS 2006 on the Wednesday morning (and WEIS attendees are able to attend the first session of PET on the Wednesday afternoon). The two programme committees will be ensuring that relevant papers are presented! Also, if you are registered for PET then you may freely attend any WOTE session without further registration.
Please note that the climate (to be more accurate, "weather") in England in late June is entirely unpredictable. It could be anything from 12 to 30 Celsius, sunny and dry, thunderstorms or dull dank and dreary. There will be transport provided to/from the Microsoft event, but not otherwise. Public transport options do exist, but are limited (see the Accommodation page).
Call for papers