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2024 4th
​PQC Elite Program


4th PQC Elite Program, Aug 8 - 9, 2024, Taipei

The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) is set to formally announce new cryptographic standards globally, highlighting the importance of Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC). Post-Quantum Encryption (PQC) has been proven as the most cost-effective solution to mitigate risks posed by quantum computing, significantly upgrading cybersecurity defenses and enabling widespread application across current networking and computing platforms.

As we approach the era of quantum computers, traditional encryption faces significant challenges. The urgency in securing core systems and sensitive data has intensified, driving increasing demand for Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) technologies.

This August, the Academia Sinica will host the 4th Annual "Post-Quantum Cryptography (PQC) Elite Program". Our distinguished faculty includes Prof. Bo-Yin Yang,

Prof. Kai-Min Chung, Prof. Tung Chou, Dr. Ming-Shing Chen, from Academia Sinica,

Prof. Chen-Mou Cheng from Chang Gung University, A.P. Yu-Chi Chen from National Taipei University of Technology.

Through interactive sessions, we aim to strengthen the teaching capabilities of professors across Taiwan's universities in the field of Post-Quantum Cryptography, ensuring participants grasp theoretical foundations, latest research advancements, and practical applications. Participants will gain access to teaching resources, strategies, and integrate these critical technical insights effectively into future curricula.


We sincerely invite your participation and support, which will enhance the academic quality of emerging security technologies in Taiwan and lay a solid foundation for cultivating the next generation of cybersecurity professionals.




Bo-Yin Yang, Research Fellow of Institute of Information Science, Academia Sinica

Kuan-Tsae Huang, President of Taiwan Quantum Safe Association

Ming Chih, Secretary General of Taiwan Quantum Safe Association

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