Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)
TILT studies emerging technologies and their impact on the individual and society, recognizing the interplay between technology, regulation and fundamental values and human rights.
The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) is a top player in the field of the regulation of technology and its normative implications. We conduct research into the legal and social implications of various emerging technologies such as ICT, bio- and nanotechnology, neurotechnology and robotics. A key feature of the institute’s research program is the interaction between legal, technological, and social perspectives. TILT is consistently ranked a top institute for research and education by national and international Legal Research and Education Assessment Committees.
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Become an expert in the field of both big data and law
The program Big Data | AI & Law offers you a full spectrum on the legal, regulatory and ethical issues that arise with the development and use of artificial intelligence and big data.
- Start: 4 October 2019
- Price: € 2.750
- NovA hours: 24
LTMS awarded funding for 6 year research program, new vacancies
LTMS has received a significant research grant from the ministry of Education in the context of the Sectorplan Rechtsgeleerdheid, which provides a large stimulus to boost legal research in the Netherlands. All Dutch law schools are on board on one or two of the research themes outlined in the sectorplan. LTMS has produced a plan for the theme 'Digital Legal Studies' entitled 'From Regulating Human Behavior to Regulating Data'. The program involves 9 sub-projects to be run by 4 PhD students, 5 PostDocs (each for 2 years) and matching from existing senior staff.
Information about past event on 13 June 2019: The European Copyright Roundtable
On 13th of June, Dr. Martin Husovec (Tilburg University, TILT/TILEC) together with Professor Martin Kretschmer (University of Glasgow, CREATe) organized the first of the series of the European Copyright Roundtables in Brussels. Organizers designed the Roundtable as a high-level expert event targeting the representatives of the Member States in order to discuss the future implementation of the EU’s 2019 Copyright Reform.
Lecturer Law, Technology, Markets and Society (1.0 FTE - 1 year)
The Department of Law, Technology, Markets and Society (LTMS) – home of TILT and TILEC has a vacancy for a Lecturer (1.0 FTE, 1 year). We are looking for someone who can make a vital contribution to the quality of teaching and learning, and support the teaching staff with several tasks closely related to TILT’s educational activities.
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09:00 - 18:00
The Remedies in Intellectual Property Law: Do We Need Common European Principles?
European Law Institute (ELI) Annual Conference and Meeting 2019
16:00 - 17:30
Keynote 25th Anniversary TILT in September by Joanna Bryson
The Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) conducts teaching and research into the regulation of technologies and technology-related societal innovation. TILT is a prominent player on the national as well as the international level when it comes to research and education in this particular area. TILT is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a year full of keynotes, workshops and events. Every month will be devoted to a different theme, such as cybercrime, e-health, privacy and climate change.
20:00 - 21:20
Film TILT 25th Anniversary: “More Human Than Human”
Every month, TILT organizes a movie screening in collaboration with Pop Up Cinema. The September film is “More Human Than Human”.
TILT is celebrating its 25th anniversary with a year full of keynotes, workshops and events. Every month will be devoted to a different theme, such as cybercrime, e-health, privacy and climate change.