PhD research Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT)

At present the following research is carried out by our internal PhD candidates:

Algorithmic Transparency as protection against automated data ...
Sensing the risk
The puzzle of sharing personal data collected by private companies for law enforcement purposes
Alexa, Google Assistant, Siri: intelligent assistants and the protection of the private sphere at home
Safeguarding data Protection in an Open data World (SPOW)
"Care to Explain?" Articulating legal demands to explain AI-infused decisions, responsibly
Standardising the protection of personal data in the Internet of Things era: a European perspective in an interconnected world
The impact the use of financial services technologies (fintech) and biometric technologies in Kenya has on issues of data justice
A risk-based approach to fundamental rights in the context of ...
Transparency requirements in Big Data practices in the law enforcement domain

The following PhD candidates will upload a research description later:

  • Tom Chokrevski
  • Shazade Jameson
  • Mara Paun