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Protecting citizens against crime, war, terrorism and disasters is a crucial government responsibility. Is the government going too far sometimes, or not far enough? What can we do ourselves? Tilburg University investigates the security of society at various levels, including that of cyberspace.



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  • Blog PhD candidate Alina Balta: Confronted with Cambodia’s past and future 21 Sep 2018Direct link Blog PhD candidate Alina Balta: Confronted with Cambodia’s past and future
    Alina Balta visited Cambodia trying to understand how the war crimes by the Khmer Rouge could occur by conducting interviews, visiting the Court and the killing fields. She did not succeed: some things proved to be beyond understanding. Instead, she gained insights into Cambodia’s culture and people.

  • Dr. Floris Bex appointed as Professor of Data Science and the Judiciary 16 Jul 2018Press release Dr. Floris Bex appointed as Professor of Data Science and the Judiciary
    Tilburg University has appointed Dr. Floris Bex as Endowed Professor of Data Science and the Judiciary from July 1, 2018. Bex will investigate the added value of data science and artificial intelligence for the law and the judicial system.

  • Mariia Shaidrova awarded NWO Research Talent 2018 grant for migration research 21 Jun 2018News Mariia Shaidrova awarded NWO Research Talent 2018 grant for migration research
    Mariia Shaidrova, researcher at INTERVICT, has been awarded a NWO Research Talent 2018 grant for her PhD proposal on 'The persistence of risky migration patterns: a comparative study of Eritrean and Nigerian migration to Europe.'

  • Large NWO grant for datadriven cancer research by Krahmer, Pauws (TSHD) and Vermunt (TSB) 12 Jun 2018News Large NWO grant for datadriven cancer research by Krahmer, Pauws (TSHD) and Vermunt (TSB)
    Prof. Emiel Krahmer, Prof. Steffen Pauws (TSHD) and Prof. Jeroen Vermunt (TSB) received a large subsidy of € 457,000 from NWO for research into data-driven, joint decision-making for individual cancer patients.

  • How to improve psychological science 31 May 2018News How to improve psychological science
    Psychology is facing a 'replication crisis'. Many psychological findings could not be replicated in novel samples, which lead to the growing concern that many published findings are overly optimistic or even false. In her dissertation, Michèle Nuijten investigated potential indicators of problems in the published psychological literature and came up with some solutions. One suggested solution to this problem is sharing data. If we share data, or perhaps make data sharing compulsory, we create the opportunity to run analyses again.




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Brouwer, A.L.M. de
Name dr.mr. A.L.M. de Brouwer
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Researcher
Room
Phone +31 13 466
E-mail a.l.m.debrouwer@tilburguniversity.edu
Rijken, C.R.J.J.
Name prof. C.R.J.J. (Conny) Rijken
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Professor
Room M 637
Phone +31 13 466 3185
E-mail c.r.j.j.rijken@tilburguniversity.edu
Banteka, K.
Name dr. K. (Nadia) Banteka
Tilburg Law School
INTERVICT
Position Assistant Professor
Room M 628
Phone +31 13 466 8486
E-mail k.banteka@tilburguniversity.edu
Verschuuren, J.M.
Name prof.mr. J.M. (Jonathan) Verschuuren
Tilburg Law School
Department European and International Public Law
Position Full Professor
Room M 530
Phone +31 13 466 8255
E-mail j.m.verschuuren@tilburguniversity.edu

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