Sciences Po Law School 10th Graduate Conference

Sciences Po Law School 10th Graduate Conference

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The doctoral students of Sciences Po Law School are pleased to announce the 10th edition of the Graduate Conference, which will take place in Paris and remotely on Thursday 16th and Friday 17th June 2022.

This year’s conference will be on the theme of "Law & Technology", and will bring together a geographically diverse group of early-career academics.

Information on how to join the audience via Zoom will be released shortly. To keep up with all our conference-related news, please follow us on Twitter at @LawTech_Po!

CONFERENCE PROGRAMME

Thursday 16th June 2022

Keynote lecture
2:30-3:30pm, room N207 (Sciences Po, Institut McCourt-Pavillon de l'innovation, 1 place Saint-Thomas, Paris 7ème)

Welcome words by Jacques-Henri Eyraud, McCourt Institute

Presenters:

  • Primavera De Filippi, CNRS & Berkman-Klein Center (Harvard University)
  • Maksim Karliuk, UNESCO

Live conference on Youtube: https://youtu.be/Xgcu8VDc8FM

Panel 1a - Competition
3:30-5pm, room Jeannie de Clarens (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderators: Ayse Gizem Yasar, Sciences Po, and Teodora Groza, Sciences Po

Zoom link: https://sciencespo.zoom.us/j/98735258720?pwd=cjUzdXMyMlJvNFVlWEhEa1RWSnJFdz09

Password: 437500

Panel 1b - Innovation & Emerging Technologies
3:30-5pm, room Eugène d’Eichthal (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderator: Florence G’sell, Digital, Governance and Sovereignty Chair at Sciences Po & Lorraine University

  • Simona Ramos, Lela Melon and Joshua Ellul, Pompeu Fabra - Exploring Blockchain Cybersecurity: The Techno-Regulatory Gap

  • Or Cohen-Sasson and Ofer Tur Sinai, Tel Aviv Univeristy - Replicability Crisis and Intellectual Property Law

  • Luisa Scarcella, Antwerp University - "Innovative because I say so!" How R&D tax incentives’ administrability shapes the concept of innovation

  • Pedro Ramos, ESPM/SP – Open internet, rebranded: web3, buzzwords, and the crypto utopia

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94444197362?pwd=RFlubkdTRURFVzJ2MTR1Q0RhMXd1UT09 

Password: BDpNi2

Evening social event
6:30-9:00pm, Le Chaptal (50 rue Jean-Baptiste Pigalle, Paris 9ème)

Friday 17th June 2022

Panel 2a - AI Regulation
10am-12pm , room Jeannie de Clarens (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderator: Beatriz Botero Arcila, Sciences Po

  • Marcella Mattiuzzo and João Carlos Nicolini, University of São Paulo - Algorithmic pricing: the road travelled and the road ahead 

  • Sue Anne Teo, University of Copenhagen - Human Dignity and Artificial Intelligence: Mapping the Contours and Utility of the Concept of Human Dignity in addressing AI Challenges

  • Elina Nerantzi, European University Institute - Can an artificial intelligence system intentionally commit a crime under criminal law?

  • Felipe L.V. Roquete, Fundação Getúlio Vargas - Time, law and technology: an explanatory typology of strategies for the regulation of Artificial Intelligence

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/94663121792?pwd=aGljY2JNZWVvbnBJSkNSZW4wZWlLQT09

Password: GKN2FE

Panel 2b - Technology in Justice & Public Administration
10am-12pm, room Eugène d’Eichthal (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderator: Helena Alviar García, Sciences Po

Zoom link: https://sciencespo.zoom.us/j/93553248048?pwd=RzFSVzVrWHhzcmUzWEhWUEFjVTBJQT09

Password: 700607

Lunch
12-1pm, rooms Leroy Beaulieu - Albert Sorel (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Panel 3a - Online Content Regulation
1-2:30pm , room Jeannie de Clarens (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderator: Jennifer Cobbe, Cambridge University

Zoom link: https://zoom.us/j/98575294185?pwd=ak5zYWNFQUxWNzI1UXVGd2Z6cjloQT09

Password: Pp8DHe

Panel 3b - Surveillance
1-2:30pm, room Eugène d’Eichthal (Sciences Po, 27 rue Saint-Guillaume, Paris 7ème)

Moderator: Séverine Dusollier, Sciences Po

Zoom link: https://sciencespo.zoom.us/j/99484660580?pwd=UkFTYjlHeEo0SGxydXVCZVQzRFlVUT09

Password: 491242

Presentation of Policy Brief on Technochauvinism: an event by the Digital, Governance & Sovereignty Chair
4-6pm, Amphitheater Jean Moulin (Sciences Po, 13 rue de l’Université, Paris 7ème)

Presenter: Jennifer Cobbe, Cambridge University

Moderator: Daniel Andler, Professor emeritus at Sorbonne University

Discussant:

  • Hubert Etienne, Ph.D candidate in philosophy at École Normale Supérieure
  • Beatriz Botero Arcila, Sciences Po

> Zoom registration and In person registration

PROGRAMME COMMITTEE

Co-Chairs: Rachel Griffin and Teodora Groza

Committee Members: Francis Akali, Chloé Petitand Pengfei Wang

CONTACT

gradconf22@protonmail.com

Date de l'événement : 
Jeudi, 16 Juin, 2022 - 14:30 - Vendredi, 17 Juin, 2022 - 18:00
Lieu : 
Sciences Po
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