Conférence : International Law and Technology : CLOSING CONVERSATIONS


Rendez-vous le 26 juin 2023 de 15h30 à 17h

2023 sees the launch of a new joint-lecture series between C3RD The second lecture of a new joint-lecture series between C3RD and the Amsterdam Centre for International Law – ACIL- of Amsterdam University. The Series will be inquiring into the emergence of a new scholarly field revolving around ‘International Law and Technology’ with its theoretical and methodological approaches, its assumptions and preoccupations and new modes of working across disciplines. It will bring together leading scholars in international law, international relations and legal theory to present their work and discuss the implications of an ever increasing digitization of socio-economic life.


The speakers :

Daniela Gandorfer is a lecturer at University of Westminster and an affiliate of the Ethics Institute at Northeastern University. Before joining Westminster University, Daniela held postdoc positions at Princeton University and UC Santa Cruz, California. She received her PhD from Princeton University. In addition, she studied and attended programs at UC Berkeley, Utrecht University, Kent Law School, University of Klagenfurt, University of Vienna, NYU, and The New School.

Daniela’s research focuses on scientific and technological frontier spaces — such as quantum physics,  blockchain technology, and psychedelics — and their implications for emerging modes of normativity and governance. Special interest lies on the possibilities for an ethics of sensing and sense-making (synaesethics) attentive to these phenomena.

Mireille Hildebrandt

Mireille has a law degree from Leyden University in the Netherlands and defended her PhD thesis in the philosophy of criminal law at Erasmus University Rotterdam, integrating legal anthropology and legal history to develop a hermeneutic phenomenology of punishment. Hildebrandt is a tenured Research Professor on ‘Interfacing Law and Technology’ at Vrije Universiteit Brussels (VUB). She works with the research group on Law Science Technology and Society studies (LSTS) at the Faculty of Law and Criminology. Se also holds the part-time Chair of Smart Environments, Data Protection and the Rule of Law at the Science Faculty, the Institute for Computing and Information Sciences (iCIS) at Radboud University Nijmegen. Her research interests concern the implications of mindless artificial agency for the core tenets of constitutional democracies.

Gregor Noll

Gregor is a professor of International Law, from the Department of Law, School of Economics, Business and Law at Gothenburg University, since April 2018. He’s also Torsten Söderberg Research Chair at the Gothenburg School of Business, Economics and Law, since 1 July 2020. Noll had his Ph.D conferred in September 2000 by the Faculty of Law, Lund University, Sweden for Negotiating Asylum. The EU acquis, Extraterritorial Protection and the Common Market of Deflection, Martinus Nijhoff Publishers,The Hague 2000, 640 p.

Article édité le 13 juin 2023