Re-inventing privacy for the 21st century - why and how?

Seminar by Tjerk Timan, 15th Feb, 12 - 2pm, The Gateway Building LR2, St Andrews University

Visiting researcher Dr Tjerk Timan will deliver a seminar entitled 'Re-inventing privacy for the 21st century - why and how?' on Wednesday 15th February from 12 - 2pm. The seminar will be held in Lecture Room 2 in the School of Management, The Gateway Building, North Haugh, St Andrews.
Abstract

Privacy and the Quantified Self in Healthcare Settings

CRISP 2017 CPDP Panel

CRISP hosted a panel on ‘Privacy and the quantified self in healthcare settings’ at the 2017 CPDP (Computers, Privacy and Data Protection) conference in Brussels on 27 January 2017. Four panelists gave short talks on a variety of topics covering theory, policy and practice relating to quantified self and healthcare. The four speakers were: Dr Tally Chatzakis (Open University), Dr Sjaak Nouwt (Royal Dutch Medical Association), Dr Ingrid Geesink (Rathenau Institute) and Roger Taylor (Open Public Services Network). Their contributions elicited some stimulating questions from the audience.

New CRISP visiting researcher

Tjerk Timan joins St Andrews CRISP
Tjerk Timan

CRISP is delighted to welcome Dr Tjerk Timan to St Andrews for a one month visiting scholarship. Tjerk will be working on participatory methods for use in privacy research during his stay.  He is a PostDoc researcher at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology & Society (TILT), where he is researching new privacy issues in the 21st century. He is also a WP leader for the h2020 project MicroMole.