Post-Quantum Cryptography Conference

November 7 and 8, 2023 - Amsterdam, The Netherlands | Online

Conference details

On November 7 and 8, 2023 the PKI Consortium will host their second hybrid Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Conference in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

The conference welcomes business leaders, industry experts, and representatives from various public and private sectors interested in PQC, offering a diverse program featuring keynote speeches, breakout sessions, panel discussions, and workshops.

The conference is open for anyone interested in preparing for Post-Quantum Cryptography and not limited to the members of the PKI Consortium.

Date and location

Date: November 7 and 8, 2023
Location: Meervaart, Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Registration: Click here

  • This event can be attended in-person or remotely, we strongly recommend to attend in person where possible.
  • There are no costs to register or attend the conference. Travel, accommodation and living expenses are not covered, all attendees are responsible to cover their own expenses.
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We are immensely grateful to our sponsors:

Become a sponsor

Are you interested in becoming a sponsor for the Post-Quantum Cryptography Conference? For further details regarding sponsorship opportunities within the PKI Consortium and specifically for the PQC Conference, please reach out to us. You can also download the sponsorship brochure for comprehensive information and pricing of our sponsor packages.


This is a preliminary agenda and is subject to revisions. The definitive details, including topics, abstracts, speakers, and allocated time slots, will be provided here once they are finalized.

Speakers are prohibited from promoting their products or services at this conference. Commercials, workshops and pitches may contain commercial information.

This conference would not be possible without the organizational support of the Post-Quantum Cryptography Working Group and in particular the following organizations:

For more information on this conference, contact the PKI Consortium at [email protected]

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