Internal meetings

PI.lab Quarterly event

September 27, 2017, TILT - Tilburg

 

The third PI.lab Quarterly event will be held Wednesday 27 September 2017. The programme shows three internal speaker and one external speaker.

 

Eelco Herder recently joined the Radboud University. He will introduce himself and his research.

Check http://pilab.nl/members/herder.html for details. Who told you that?" - Transparency and control for privacy-aware personalization. Click here to download the presentation.

Linnet Taylor (http://pilab.nl/members/taylor.html) from TILT will also give a presentation. She has won a prestigious grant and will inform you what she and her team of researchers will be doing the next few years. The title of her presentation is: ‘What is data justice? The case for connecting digital rights and freedoms globally’. Click here to download the presentation.

Jan Willem Streefkerk fromTNO will present the results of a recent study on consumer’s privacy attitudes and their willingness to share data. Click here to download the presentation.

Finally, we have a special guest in the form of Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius. He currently works at the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam, and has won a grant to do research on profiling in Brussels. Click here to download the presentation.

Programme:

14.00-14.05 Opening

14.05-14.25 Presentation Frederik Zuiderveen Borgesius

14.25-14.45 Discussion

14.45-15.05 Presentation Eelco Herder

15.05-15.25 Discussion

15.25-15.30 Break

15.30-15.55 Presentation Jan Willem Streefkerk

15.55-16.15 Discussion

16.15-16.40 Presentation Linnet Taylor

16.40-17.00 Discussion

17.00-18.00 Drinks!

 

PI.lab Quarterly event

May 31, 2017, Radboud University - Nijmegen

 

 

Jean Popma (RU) presented thoughts on how to apply Privacy by Design in practice. You can find her presentation here

 

Thymen Wabeke (TNO) presented ways to apply homomorphic encryption to data analytic. Click here to download her presentation.

 

Tjerk Timan (TILT) gave a presentation on the main findings of the Lorentz workshop. Click here to download her presentation.

 

The event was well visited by some 25 researchers of the three participating institutes.

 

 

 

 

 

PI.lab Quarterly event

March 3, 2017, TNO - The Hague

 

 

Programme: click here

 

Guest speaker of the event is Zekeriya Erkin, assistant professor at the TUDelft. He presented his view on possibilities to effectively secure data by using homomorphic encryption a a smanner to promote Privacy by Design. You can find his presentation here.

 

Somayeh Djafari (TNO) presented a privacy framework that has been developed by TNO, called RESPECT4U. You can find her presentation here

 

Sascha van Schendel (TILT) has studied how various countries tackle the regulation of big data and will share her first results. Click here to download her presentation.

 

Marc van Lieshout and Jaap-Henk Hoepman have integrated their ideas about the activities of the PI.lab in 2017 in a business plan and are anxious to know what you think of their ambitions. You can find their presentation here

 

The event was well visited by some 25 researchers of the three participating institutes.

 

 

 

The next event will take place Wednesday May 31 at the Radboud University.