07 - 08 Nov 2023


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Second Post Quantum Cryptography Conference to Take Place in Amsterdam

The Second edition of the International Post Quantum Cryptography Conference, organized by the Public Key Infrastructure Consortium, is set to take place on November 7 and 8, 2023, in Amsterdam. With the aim of addressing the most pressing challenges in the realm of cybersecurity, the conference partners with TNO and CWI, two leading Dutch research institutions, in organizing this prestigious event.

Quantum.Amsterdam is also collaborating with PKI Consortium in the planning previous to the groundbreaking conference that will gather experts, researchers, academics, industry leaders, and government officials from around the world. The event will delve into the critical topics surrounding the intersection of post-quantum cryptography, industry impact, and governance.

One of the standout features of this conference is its commitment to accessibility and inclusivity. To foster collaboration and knowledge dissemination, conference registrations are open to all interested parties free of charge. As a non-profit initiative, it seeks to eliminate barriers to entry, ensuring that cybersecurity and quantum enthusiasts, industry actors, academics, and government representatives from all corners of the globe can participate and contribute to this important dialogue.

The conference organizers are actively seeking forward-thinking and knowledgeable speakers to share their insights and expertise with its community. Individuals interested in presenting at the event are encouraged to submit their proposals through the official call for proposals, available here.

For any inquiries or to submit proposals, potential speakers can reach out directly to the organizing team at

With an eye towards creating a comprehensive and dynamic conference program, the selection process for plenary sessions will commence at the beginning of September. However, those interested in leading breakout sessions will be pleased to know that the organizers are prepared to extend the submission deadline to accommodate this vital aspect of the conference.

Earlier this year, the PKI Consortium hosted the first edition of the Post Quantum Cryptography Conference in Ottawa, Canada.

For more information, visit their official website:, or jump directly to the sign-up form


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