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BPH Privacy & Data Protection

Doctoral Seminars

About the seminars

The Brussels Privacy Hub (BPH) is organising a Doctoral Seminar series to give the opportunity to Ph.D. candidates working on privacy and data protection topics at the Law, Science, Technology and Society (LSTS) to present and discuss their work in progress. The aim of the series is to offer Ph.D. students at all research stages a training ground to refine and practice debating their scientific work, and to receive qualified feedback and questions from their peers and privacy and data protection experts. To this aim, each seminar will include a short presentation by the Ph.D. candidate, followed by an open discussion session with the audience. Seminars are also open to external participants.

The BPH Privacy & Data Protection Doctoral Seminars are organised in collaboration with VUB’s Chair ‘Fundamental Rights and Digital Transformation’.

Seminars are generally planned for Mondays from 12.30 – 13.30 as a working lunch, where participants can bring along their own lunch. Precise announcements of dates and topics will be made in advance via email.

For questions, registrations and arrangements of appointments please contact Laura Drechsler (laura.drechsler@vub.be).

UPCOMING SEMINARS

19 July 2022 - 12:30 - 13:30

Brussels Privacy Hub Doctoral seminar with Olga Gkotsopoulou on 'EU Data Protection (Legal)

Language: Mainstreaming Accessibility for Enhanced Transparency''

 

Location: Online/MS Teams

UPCOMING SEMINARS

19 July 2022 - 12:30 - 13:30

Brussels Privacy Hub Doctoral seminar with Olga Gkotsopoulou on 'EU Data Protection (Legal)

Language: Mainstreaming Accessibility for Enhanced Transparency''

 

Location: Online/MS Teams

Past seminars

28 February 2022: Doctoral Seminar with Markus Schröder – ‘The risk-based approach in GDPR – Risk or opportunity for data protection?’
24 February 2022: Zuzanna Gulczynska (UGent), “International organizations and EU data protection law: what limits to the extraterritorial effect of EU law?”
23 November 2021: Laurens Naudts (KU Leuven), “The Justification of Algorithmic Differentiation: In Search of Normative Guidance in European Non-Discrimination Case-Law”
9 November 2021: Laura Drechsler “The role of data subject rights in international personal data transfers under the GDPR and the LED”.
4 October 2021: Juraj Sajfert “Making transparent the invisible surveillance: data-driven investigatory measures in Benelux and their compatibility with EU data protection law”
14 June 2021: Michalina Nadolna Peeters “Making your data protection rights effective: The potential and limitations of GDPR private enforcement”
17 May 2021: Lina Jasmontaite “Making data breaches transparent: Protecting personal data through novel duties of notification”
4 May 2021: Nikolaos Ioannidis “Impact assessments for artificial intelligence – Towards a tool for accommodating diverse fundamental rights”
22 March 2021: Stephanie Rossello (KU Leuven/CiTiP) and Pierre Dewitte, Exploring the limits of joint-control: the use-case of COVID-19 proximity tracing solutions
15 March 2021: Simone Casiraghi, “The rise of institutionalized ethics in the European data protection landscape. Investigating the consequences of ethical normative discourses around Artificial Intelligence and their articulations with the law”
3 March 2021: Alessandra Calvi, ‘A “feminist” critique of Data Protection Impact Assessment under the General Data Protection Regulation to address the fundamental rights challenges raised by smart cities’
22 February 2021: Ana Fernández Inguanzo, “Big Data and the questions regarding data protection: an ethical overview on privacy by design”
16 February 2021: Guillermo Lazcoz (FPU researcher, granted by the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation, and PhD candidate at the University of the Basque Country (UPV/EHU)
‘Artificial Intelligence in healthcare: Regulatory crossroads and issues ahead’
18 January 2021: Andrès Chomczyk Penedo, “Data protection in open banking: how can we explain data subjects what is going on with their data?”
11 January 2021: Daniela Galatova (Pan-European University of Law in Bratislava) ‘International legal and ethical aspects during and after the COVID pandemics’
17 December 2020: Svetlana Yakovleva (PhD Candidate at the Institute for Information Law (IViR), University of Amsterdam; Senior Legal Adviser at De Brauw Blackstone Westbroek (Amsterdam) ‘Governing Cross-Border Data Flows: Reconciling EU Data Protection and International Trade Law’
8 June 2020: Irene Kamara “Misaligned Union laws? A comparative analysis of private law instruments in the Cybersecurity Act and the General Data Protection Regulation”
18 June 2019: Jonas Botta (Hub Visiting Scholar), “The University of the Future – Privacy Challenges and Discrimination Risks”
13 June 2019: Gianclaudio Malgieri, “Unfair Imbalance and vulnerability in the algorithmic environment: Fairness-by-design and the effects-based approach”
3 June 2019: Timothy Kariotis (Hub Visiting Scholar), “Information Continuity in the Digital Age: Co-Developing the Socio-Technical Design Requirements for Integrated Electronic Health Records to Uphold Contextual Privacy”
4 April 2019: Alessia Tanas, “Common Grounds. An ecological and legal approach to land-commons”
2 April 2019: Elisa Spiller, “Data protection and risks to the rights: Some insights from the constitutional law perspective”
11 January 2019: Imge Ozcan, “Situating the ‘data subject’: self-tracking in between big data culture and citizen science”
3 December 2018: Istvan Böröcz, “The privacy challenges evoked by human enhancement technologies concerning the human mind: Comprehensive anticipatory analysis as a legal obligation for the protection of the right to privacy in Europe”
26 November 2018: Sergi Vazquez Maymir, “Equality of arms and electronic evidence gathering in the EU”
2 October 2018: Gianclaudio Malgieri “Dynamic Inalienability of personal data in the age of online Unfair Imbalance”
19 July 2018: Anbar Jayadi (Hub Visiting Scholar) on “Indonesia’s readiness in data privacy enforcement”
18 June 2018: Claudia Quelle “The legitimization of data processing: control and responsibility in the GDPR”
11 June 2018: Lina Jasmontaite “Framing cybersecurity competence in the EU through mandatory data breach and incident notification regime”
4 June 2018: Barbara Diaz Alaminos “Artificial Intelligence and copyrights: originality and authorship”
28 May 2018: Klaudia Majcher “Coherence between EU competition and data protection law in the digital marketplace”
7 May 2018: Laura Drechsler “EU data subject rights in cross-border data transfers”
23 April 2018: René Mahieu “The science of access request: empowering citizens in practice?”