|Lavrijssen, Saskia||Head of Department|
|Schiffelers, Bart||Managing Director|
|Boom, Jasper van den|
|Privacy and Data Protection , Legal aspects of digitalization and innovation , Regulation of and by Technology|
|Dalla Corte, Lorenzo|
|IP , Innovation|
|Espinosa-Apraez, Brenda||Regulation and data-driven innovation, Regulation of network industries|
|Gargne, Léo||International Trade Law, International Investment Law and arbitration|
|Graef, Inge||Competition, Platform Regulation, Data-driven Innovation|
|Groot, Aviva de|
|Hert, Paul de|
|Hriscu, Ana||Privacy and Data Protection|
International Trade Law, National Security, and Investment Law.
|Koops, Bert-Jaap||Cybercrime, Cyber-investigation, and Privacy & Data Protection|
Human Rights, Privacy, Data Protection
|Lopez Solano, Joan|
|Mendis, Sunimal||Copyright law , AI and platform governance|
|Reins, Leonie||European Energy and Environmental Law, International Energy and Environmental Law, Climate Change|
|Rijp, Abigaïl de|
|Schendel, Sascha van|
|Sloot, Bart van der|
|Smith, Hellen||Fintech, Digital Identity Platforms and Law & Development Policy|
|Souza, Siddharth de||Socio-legal design, access to justice and technology and law, and development|
|Taylor, Linnet||Data Governance, Global Justice, Data Economy|
|Zhao, Bo||Comparative Data & Privacy Protection Law, Tech Regulation, and Chinese Law|
Research Fellows TILT
This opportunity is for colleagues who seek to deeply engage in collaborative and interdisciplinary exploration of topics related to TILT’s research in law, technology and society.
Research Associates TILT
TILT has opened its call for Research Associate applications. The Research Associate is a commitment for a longer period (2 years), in which you have the opportunity to deeply engage in collaborative and interdisciplinary exploration of topics related to TILT’s research in law, technology and society.
Visiting scholars TILT
A visiting scholar is a scholar established in his or her field, who visits TILT from an outside institution or organization. Visiting scholars have excellent knowledge in the field of law, technology and society. The appointment is aimed at advancing a collaborative research activity.