I co-supervise René Mahieu at Vrije Universiteit Brussel. René is investigating the extent to which the right of access to personal data meets its objectives. His research combines legal scholarship with empirical methods.
I have supervised the following multi-disciplinary master thesis projects relating to current technology policy issues (as first supervisor):
In recent years, I have taught the following technology policy courses at TU Delft:
- MOT1452—Inter- and Intra- Organizational Decision Making: 2016-2020 (course manager & main instructor) and 2012-2015 (TA)
- EPA1424—Political Decision Making: 2017-2019 (co-instructor)
- SEN1151—Law and Institutions: 2017-2019 (lecturer for privacy law)
- MOT2004—Preparation for Master Thesis: 2019-2020 (digital economy theme)
- SEN1311—CoSEM Research Challenges: 2018 (privacy engingeering theme)
- EPA1101—International Grand Challenges: 2017 (privacy governance theme)
- MOT1003—Integration Moment: 2017-2018 (guest lecturer)
- TB321IA—Governance Specialization ICT: 2012-2015 and 2017-2018 (lecturer for internet gov.)
- SPM5440—Cyber Security Essentials: 2013 (lecturer for security economics)
I have also taught at the following summer schools:
- MEAC School on Internet Governance (organized by RIPE NCC, Internet Society, ICANN, and others): summer 2018 (Cairo, Egypt) and summer 2019 (Rabat, Morocco)
- Interdisciplinary Summerschool on Privacy (organized by Radboud University and others): summer 2017
Last Update: Dec 2020.