QCrypt 2020 will take at Roeterseiland Campus of the University of Amsterdam, located in walking distance to the inner city center of Amsterdam, the Netherlands.
The Roeterseiland Campus is an open city campus designed to offer future-proof teaching and research facilities. The Faculties of Economics and Business and Social and Behavioural Sciences are located at the Roeterseiland campus. The Faculty of Law has settled in August 2017 on the campus. Watch this video to get an impression of the location.
Lecture Room A0.01 has a capacity of 450 seats and offers the possibility for video recordings. We have several other lecture halls at our disposal for individual meetings.
Address and Map
Roeterseiland Campus, Roetersstraat, 1018 WD Amsterdam, The Netherlands
The conference dinner will take place on Thursday evening, 13 August 2020 at the Restaurant de IJkantine, reachable by a free ferry from the back side of Central Station.
Restaurant de IJkantine is located at the NDSM-wharf. From the 1920s until the 1980s, the NDSM-wharf was one of the biggest shipyards in the world, regularly launching huge impressive tankers from its slipways. After this activity ceased, this sprawling location – and its imposing backdrop of crane tracks, sheds and the gigantic slipway – became a home port for creative pioneers.
The colossal shipbuilding shed was transformed into ‘Kunststad’ (‘Art City’), an architectural monument housing some four hundred artists, designers, architects and set designers: one of the biggest artistic incubators in ‘Neerland’, as the locals call Holland.
Address and Directions
Restaurant De IJkantine, NDSM Kade 5, 1033 PG Amsterdam, The Netherlands
There are several (free) ferries leaving from behind Amsterdam Central train station. When exiting the train station in the direction of the water, take the left-most ferry called NDSM. During peak hours, the ferry departs every quarter, outside every half hour (45 and 15). On Fridays and Saturdays the ferry runs until 03:00. Duration is about 15 minutes. Departures during SAIL might be more frequent.
These are the (walking) instructions from the conference venue to the restaurant: