LIDER Lab - DIRPOLIS Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (IT)
Dr. Denise Amram is affiliate researcher at LIDER Lab - DIRPOLIS Institute, Scuola Superiore Sant’Anna (Italy), where she serves as DPO. Coordinator of the Permanent Observatory on Personal Injury Damages and ETHOS, she participates to several H2020 research projects, also as ethical-legal advisor. Adjunct lecturer in Private and Comparative Private Law, she enriched her experience undertaking teaching/research activities both in Italy and abroad, including Université Panthéon-Assas, Panthéon-Sorbonne, Utrecht University, University College Dublin, University of Malta, Columbia Law School. She authored ~100 publications including a book. Interests: fundamental rights protection in the fields of data protection law, family law, tort liability.
University of Turin (IT)
Ruggero G. Pensa received the Ph.D. degree in computer science from INSA, Lyon, France, in 2006. Currently, he is Associate Professor with the University of Turin, Italy. His main research interests include machine learning, privacy and data protection, and social network analysis. He co-leaded several research projects concerning the development of educational tools to improve childrens' awareness on privacy issues in social media. He served in the program committee of many international conferences on machine learning, and is member of the editorial board of the Data Mining and Knowledge Discovery Journal and the Machine Learning journal.
Lighthouse - DIG (US)
Jordi Alba-Canals, PhD. is the Chief Scientific Officer at Lighthouse -DIG, Senior Research Scientist at Barcelona Children's Hospital, and Affiliate Researcher at Tufts U.
After years in Academia in Spain, Netherlands, and the US, He joined the talented team at LIGHTHOUSE-DIG and to empower institutions to succeed to disrupt their technological-based business model through applied research. His work topic is related to designing cloud-based robotic systems compliant with human rights and fulfil human needs in terms of authority, harm, and fairness. How we can guarantee data protection and privacy, and how we can drive behavior change through empathic technology without too much deception.
University of Valencia (ES)
PhD in Public Law (University of Valencia). The topic of his doctoral thesis was “Freedom of speech and Children protection in the Media. A juridical approach”.
Lecturer in Administrative and Media Law. University of Valencia (Valencia, Spain).
His research focuses on the regulation of the Media and the audiovisual content on the Internet. He has paid particular attention to the protection of minors in the audiovisual landscape.
He is member of the advisory Board of iCmedia (one of the biggest association of Media consumers in Spain).
University of Bonn (DE)
Dr. Katharina Kaesling is Research Coordinator at the Käte Hamburger Center “Law as Culture”, University of Bonn, Germany. She concentrates her scholarship on digital transformation in the areas of children’s rights and New Media as well as (intellectual) property in the 21st century. Her research profile encompasses the legal fields of family law, data protection law, platform regulation, intellectual property and property law, including international and comparative law perspectives.