Digital Network
Mar 12 Dic
Seminari e Convegni

Public Data: Planning Cities

The Chair aims to promote Mediterranean studies in computer law through an interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation, contributing to reducing the existing gap in the field of computer law that affects Mediterranean countries, which are often underrepresented in the global arena. The Chair wants to amplify the voice and participation of Mediterranean countries in the EU regulatory and policy debate. This will enrich the discussion at EU level through a focus on digital societies, benefiting from the significant scientific output in humanities and legal studies of Mediterranean countries with a positive interdisciplinary cross-fertilisation for the development of human-centric digital societies and AI.


13,00 - Welcome address

13,10 - 14,00
Panel I: Data and the city
  • Julián Valero-Torrijos, Professor of Administrative Law and Director of the Integra Foundation Chair on Identity and Digital Rights, University of Murcia
  • Alina Wernick, Researcher, Legal Tech Lab, University of Helsinki, Helsinki
  • Christian Iaione, Professor of Public Law, co-director of LABoratory for the GOVernance of the City as a Commons
14,00 - 14,30
  • Brett Frischmann, The Charles Widger Endowed University Professor in Law, Business and Economics - Villanova University
14,40 - 15,45
Panel II: Research and innovation in digital societies: an ethical framework
  • Charles Raab, Professor Emeritus of Politics and International Relations, University of Edinburgh
  • Mihalis Kritikos, European Commission, Research Ethics and Integrity Sector, DG RTD, Policy Analyst
  • Albert Ruda Gonzalez, Professor of Private Law, University of Girona
15,45 - 16,00
Closing remarks
  • Agostino Ghiglia, member of the Board of the Garante per la protezione dei dati personali
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