The PKI Consortium is thrilled to announce the second edition of the Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Conference, scheduled for November 7 and 8, 2023, at the Meervaart in Amsterdam, the Netherlands. This event will also be accessible to remote attendees online. Building on the resounding success of the inaugural conference in Ottawa, Canada, the upcoming event promises to bring together a diverse array of renowned speakers, experts, and enthusiasts from around the world to delve into the cutting-edge developments and challenges in the field of post-quantum cryptography.
Confirmed speakers include NIST, the European Union Agency for Cybersecurity (ENISA), the German Federal Office for Information Security (BSI), the Quantum Safe Cryptography working group of the Dutch Government, NXP Semiconductors, Cloudflare, and many more, with additional announcements coming soon.
We invite business leaders, industry experts, and representatives from various public and private sectors interested in PQC to join us in Amsterdam to explore the latest advances in Post-Quantum Cryptography. Please visit our information page for details, registration, and the conference schedule.
Registration for the conference is free and open to everyone; it is not limited to PKI Consortium members. Speakers are physically present and prohibited from promoting their products or services in their talks. Both in-person and remote participants are required to register to attend.
The conference will be conducted in a hybrid format (in-person and online) on Tuesday, November 7, and Wednesday, November 8, 2023, at the Meervaart, Amsterdam, the Netherlands. The Meervaart is conveniently located within a 15-minute drive from the city center of Amsterdam and Schiphol Airport, with easy access by car and public transport. Adequate parking is available at the adjacent Q-Park, where attendees can enjoy a discounted rate of €8.00 per day by simply scanning their parking ticket at the bar or cloakroom.
Given the expected high demand, in-person attendance is limited and will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.
We extend our sincere gratitude to our sponsors:
This conference would not be possible without the organizational support of the Post-Quantum Cryptography Working Group and in particular the following organizations: