WHO I AM
I'm a Professor of Public Law and a Rosalind Franklin Fellow at the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen in the Netherlands. I am interested in how digital platforms, particularly Big Tech, are reshaping citizen participation, the design of smart cities, and how technology is changing the constitutional and legal protection enjoyed by citizens. I am an Affiliated Fellow (and former Resident Fellow) of the Information Society Project at Yale Law School and a Visiting Researcher at the University of Lisbon (Governance 4.0 Programme). I am currently the General Editor of the Review of European Administrative Law.
WHAT I DO
I do interdisciplinary and comparative legal research on regulation and technology, smart cities, and digital government. My current research agenda is focused on two central topics: digital inclusion/exclusion and regulatory innovation. I speak regularly at international conferences and I am a member of different research communities and consult for governments and international institutions. I teach on law and technology, Dutch and European administrative law, and legislation. I co-founded and manage the European Law & Tech Network, a mailing list community on law and technology. In my free time, I mentor a small number of students and young scholars.
Washington DC, USA
Pontifica Universidad Catolica de Chile, Santiago, Chile
European Commission, Brussels, Belgium
Amsterdam, the Netherlands
Smart Urban Mobility Workshop
Max Plank Institute, Munich, Germany
Den Bosch, the Netherlands
The Privacy Law Scholars Conference
Berkley Center for Law and Technology, Washington, DC
Public Law, (Dis)trust and Dissent
ICON·S, Wrocław, Poland
International Conference on Digital Economy and E-Business