Laima Jančiūtė is a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam. Her work currently focuses on the law and governance of post-quantum encryption technologies. Laima holds a PhD (with distinction) from the University of Westminster with a thesis on the policy process of adoption of the GDPR. She has a background in political science and public administration. Her research interests revolve around privacy and data protection, fundamental rights, technology policy, history and philosophy of technology, EU politics and governance, constitutionalism, international relations, etc. Among others, she previously worked as a Research Fellow at the Communication and Media Research Institute, University of Westminster, and as an Associate Professor of Public Policy at Vilnius University.