University of Luxembourg (LU)
Georgios Bouchagiar is a doctoral researcher in criminal law and technology at the Uni.Lu and the VUB (algorithmic criminal justice; forensic DNA phenotyping). He holds a law degree (Athens Law School), an MS in Information Technology (High Honours, Ionian University) and an LLM in Law and Technology (With Distinction, TILT). Since 2018, his professional experience has included: tutoring and lecturing on information law, fair trials and digital rights (Uni.Lu; Ionian University); research on copyright and distributed ledger technology (IViR; UAntwerp); and practice on face recognition and spying technologies (TILT).
More information: https://www.georgios.edu.gr/
University of Luxembourg (LU)
Silvia Allegrezza is associate Professor of Criminal Law and criminal procedure at the University of Luxembourg. Her research focuses on cryptocurrencies and crime, on banking regulations and criminal law; and on fiar trial rights in EU criminal law. She is currently focusing on the impact of Genetics on criminal justice. She has held visiting fellowships at universities in Germany, France, Italy, Bresil and Spain. Silvia has been practicing criminal law as an attorney for more than 10 years, dealing mostly with white collar crimes and judicial cooperation in cases of terrorism and money laundering.
Erik Valgaeren’s practice focuses on TMT in the broadest sense, including, a.o., IT, data protection law and electronic communications law. Erik advises and assists clients with legislation and regulatory aspects regarding data protection, web and cloud services, outsourcing, IT security, system integration, software implementation, information management, databases, health IT, privacy, consortia and partnerships. He litigates both before national courts and international tribunals. Stibbe has sponsored the CPDP conference for many years and Erik Valgaeren has been involved in many panel discussions.
Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC)
Ben Winters is an Equal Justice Works Fellow at the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC). Ben works on researching and reforming the inequities around technology, with a particular focus on the Criminal Justice System.
DG Just (EU)
Anna Moscibroda currently works in a field of personal data protection for European Commission, Directorate General for Justice and Consumers. Upon taking her current duties in 2014, she focused mostly on the data protection aspects of migration policies (including asylum, Schengen acquis, large scale IT systems). She participated in several Schengen evaluations of the Member States. Now, she leds the team dealing with on data protection in law enforcement. Lawyer by education, Anna was previously a case handler in DG Competition and a researcher at Vrije Universiteit Brussel, Centre for Law, Science, Technology & Society (LSTS) dealing with competition and intellectual property laws and on data protection.