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Conference Venue:
Mφvenpick Hotel Amsterdam City Centre
Piet Heinkade 11,
1019 BR Amsterdam,

Important Deadlines:

Submission Deadline:
April 10, 2012

April 20, 2012
Acceptance Notification:
May 15, 2012
May 20, 2012
Final Version Due:
June 1, 2012
June 8, 2012
Early Registration:
May 25, 2012
June 1, 2012


Please click here incase you have registered for conference and need to register for social event

Welcome to NanoArch 2012 Registration

Important Dates:

  • Early Registration Deadline: June 1, 2012
  • Late/Onsite Registration: June 2, 2012 through July 6, 2012

Conference Registration Rates:

Conference registration cost covers attending all talks, keynote, refreshments, lunch, and a conference proceedings CD.

Status Early Registration Late/Onsite Registration
IEEE/ACM Student Member or Life Member € 245 € 305
Non-Member Student € 305 € 380
IEEE/ACM Regular Member € 365 € 455
Non-Member/Other € 455 € 570

Optional: Social Event on Friday, July 6th 2012

This year's social event will visit several small well-known Dutch towns: Volendam, Marken, and Edam (tentative) located north of Amsterdam. These towns are well-known for their traditional clothing, beautiful scenery, traditional housing, and traditions featured in many works by different artists.

Volendam is a popular tourist attraction in the Netherlands, well-known for its old fishing boats and the traditional clothing still worn by some residents. The women's costume of Volendam, with its high, pointed bonnet, is one of the most recognizable of the Dutch traditional costumes, and is often featured on tourist postcards and posters. Volendam also features a small museum about its history and clothing style, and visitors can have their pictures taken in traditional Dutch costumes. (Source: Wikipedia)
Marken is a peninsula in the IJsselmeer and is a well-known tourist attraction, well-known for its characteristic wooden houses. For some time during the later 19th and early 20th centuries, Marken and its inhabitants were the focus of considerable attention by folklorists, ethnographers and physical anthropologists, who regarded the small fishing town as a relic of the traditional native culture. (Source: Wikipedia)

Edam is most well-known for its cheese. The cheese market dates back to the 16th century and operated till 1922. Since 1989, the cheese market in Edam has been revived as a re-enactment for tourists. (Source: Wikipedia)

The price of the social event for conference attendees is 60€. Additional Tickets can be purchased at 90€ each.

Register online for the event.