LCII-University of Liège (BE)
Pieter Van Cleynenbreugel is professor of European Union law and directeur of the Liège Competition and Innovation Institute, University of Liège, Belgium. He obtained his LLB, LLM and PhD in law from KU Leuven and an additional LLM from Harvard Law School. His current research focuses on the regulation of Artificial intelligence at the EU level, EU administrative law and EU internal market law.
University of Amsterdam (NL)
Sarah Eskens is a lecturer at the Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam. She wrote her doctoral research at the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, on the regulation of news personalization from a fundamental rights perspective. Sarah's research and teaching broadly concern privacy, data protection, and media law. Her current research focuses on the regulation of contact tracing apps in EU Member States.
European Commission (EU)
Hans Ingels is the Head of the Free Movement of Goods Unit in the European Commission's DG for Internal Market, Industry, Entrepreneurship and SMEs. The Unit is also responsible for market surveillance and mutual recognition for goods. Hans Ingels obtained a Law Degree (KULeuven – Belgium), a Degree in Notarial Studies (KULeuven - Belgium), a Postgraduate in Company Law (KUBrussel Belgium) and a Master Degree in European and International Law (VUBrussel – Belgium). He joined the European Commission in 1995 and spent most of his career on files related to the single market for products.
GFF Society for Civil Rights (DE)
Alexandre Biard is a senior legal officer at BEUC - the European Consumer Organisation and an affiliated academic researcher and lecturer at Erasmus University Rotterdam.