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University of Groningen (RUG)

Faculty of Law - Security, Technology & e-Privacy Research Group

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Oude Kijk in t Jatstraat 26
9712
Groningen
Netherlands
+31 50 363 2739
b.zijlstra@rug.nl
www.rug.nl
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LL.M Bettina Zijlstra (EU Project Manager-Head of ProjectOffice)

Field of Activity


3. FORENSIC SCIENCES
» Forensic technologies
» Biometry
» Digital forensics

4. HORIZONTAL ACTIVITIES
» Navigation, guidance, control and tracking
» Scenario development and decision support
» Policy development
» Rescue and relief services
» Law enforcement

6. INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGIES
» ICT applications
» Communication equipment and technologies
» Electronic authentication
» Intelligence systems
» Artificial intelligence/robotics
» Cyber security
» Software, Data Processing
» Network technologies
» Smart Systems
» Radio Frequency (RFID)

7. SOCIO-ECONOMIC SCIENCES AND THE HUMANITIES
» Social Sciences
» Political Sciences
» Ethic Research
» Legal Sciences

Core competencies

As the coordinator of three FP7 projects, (FP7-SEC-2011.10.6 - RESPECT, http://respectproject.eu/
and FP7-SSH-CT-2010 - CONSENT, consent.law.muni.cz) and since March 2014 MAPPING (website will
follow ASAP) and as partner in several other security projects (FP7-SEC-2010-1 - SMART,
www.smartsurveillance.eu, INGRESS, EVIDENCE, E-Crime and SiiP) we can offer various competences
to a consortium.

Besides our skills in bringing together an excellent group of partners to form a consortium we can
offer our scientific expertise in the following areas:

European Information Policy & Technology Law: Data protection law, liability for expert systems,
legal aspects of medical informatics, copyright in computer software, self-regulation and the
Internet, the EU Constitution and data protection, on-line dispute resolution, data retention and
police data.

European Technology Law and Human Rights, that is, the body of European rules regulating
technology markets and technology-driven rules providing for areas impacted by technology and
Fundamental Human Rights. The introduction of new technologies and new uses of technology can
sometime infringe upon citizens’ fundamental rights such as the right to a private life, right to data
protection and freedom of expression and so forth – an area which is in constant development and
debate.

H2020 Research Focus


RTD Experience

 Project CoordinatorProject PartnerProject Acronyms
FP7/H2020-SecurityRESPECT (respectproject.eu)
- Coordinator
SMART (www.smartsurveillance.eu)
- partner
EVIDENCE (http://evidenceproject.eu/)
- partner
INGRESS (http://www.ingress-project.eu/)
- partner
SiiP
-partner
E-Crime (http://ecrime-project.eu/)
- partner
H2020-SEC:
CITYCoP (www.citycop.eu) - Coordinator
CARISMAND (www.carismand.eu) Coordinator
FP7/H2020-ICT
FP7/H2020-Energy
FP7/H2020-Health
FP7/H2020-SSHCONSENT (consent.law.muni.cz)
- Coordinator
SiS: MAPPING (http://mappingtheinternet.eu/)
- Coordinator


Inserted / Updated
2012-06-28 / 2016-04-04