Upcoming 5 days
LL.M Kevin McGillivray at the Department of Private Law will be defending the thesis Government Cloud Procurement: Contracts, Data Protection, and the Quest for Compliance for the degree of Ph.D.
Further upcoming events
SMART has identified a number of barriers, gaps and incoherencies that prevent market actors from contributing to sustainability, as well as some tentative positive trends that need to be strengthened. In this workshop we will concentrate on identifying ways forward towards corporate sustainability, with the aim of developing reform proposals that will contribute to policy coherence for sustainability.
Master of Laws Linn Cecilie Anker-Sørensen at Department of Private Law will be defending the thesis The Multifaceted Corporate Group. Testing EU’s response to hidden control structures for the degree of Ph.D.
PhD candidate Luca Tosoni at the Department of Private Law will present his PhD project: "Data Crimes: Regulating and Enforcing Cybersecurity through Criminal Law".
PhD candidate Worku Gedefa Urgessa at the Department of Private Law will present his PhD project: "The Role of Intergovernmental Organisations (IGOs) in Ensuring Internet Security ".
This symposium explores cutting-edge regulatory challenges with respect to managing cybersecurity and privacy-related issues arising from the deployment of ‘smart’ robotics. The symposium is held under the aegis of the research projects ‘Security in Internet Governance and Networks: Analysing the Law’ (SIGNAL) and ‘Vulnerability in the Robotic Society’ (VIROS).