As of July the first 2014, I have become part of the TILT team, where I am working as a Postdoc researcher on surveillance and privacy in the VICI project of prof. Bert-Jaap Koops. Training-wise, I successfully defended my PhD thesis at the University of Twente in 2013, in the field of Science-and Technology Studies (STS) - I received a BSc in Industrial Design at the Technical University of Eindhoven and an MA in Media and Culture from the University of Amsterdam before that. In my thesis, called ?Changing landscapes of surveillance ? emerging technologies and participatory surveillance in Dutch nightscapes?, I have combined Surveillance Studies, User Studies and Urban Geography to tackle questions of old and new media technologies in relation to (experiences of) surveillance.


Personal website: https://www.tilburguniversity.edu/webwijs/show/t.timan-2.htm



Timan, Tjerk, & Ellsworth-Krebs, Katherine (2016). Going Digital: Attempting to Bring Digital Tools to the Study of Everyday Home Life.


Galič, Maša, Timan, Tjerk, & Koops, Bert Jaap (2016). Bentham, Deleuze and beyond: An overview of surveillance theories from the panopticon to participation. Philosophy & Technology (pp. 1-29).


Timan, Tjerk (2016). The body-worn camera as a transitional technology. surveillance and society (pp. 145-149).


Koops, Bert Jaap, Newell, Bryce, Timan, Tjerk, Skorvánek, Ivan, Chokrevski, Tomislav, & Galič, Maša (2016). A typology of privacy. University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, 38(2)


Timan, Tjerk, Galic, Masa, & Koops, Bert-Jaap (2016). Surveillance theory and its implications for law. In Karen Yeung, Roger Brownsword, & Eloise Scotford (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook on the Law and Regulation of Technology.: Oxford University Press.