AWARDS AT CPDP2017
EPIC CHAMPION OF FREEDOM AWARD
The award is given annually to one individual outside of the United States who has shown great courage and dedication in the defense of privacy. Previous recipients of the award include Prof. Stefano Rodota, Italy (2009), Hon. Michael Kirby, Australia (2010), MEP Sophie In’t Veld, Holland (2011), Jennifer Stoddart, Canada (2012), Max Schrems, Austria (2013), Jan Philipp Albrecht, Germany (2014), Peter Hustinx (2015), and Viviane Reding (2016).
The jury consists of: Alessandro Acquisti, Ross Anderson, Ryan Calo, Simon Davies, Paul de Hert, Laura Donohue, David Flaherty, Pamela Jones Harbour, Kristina Irion, Malavika Jayaram, Pablo Molina, Helen Nissenbaum, and Stephanie Perrin.
Award ceremony Wednesday 25 January 2017 at 18.30 in Le Village
EDPL Young Scholars Award
The Young Scholars Award, hosted by the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL), is given annually to outstanding emerging researchers in the field of privacy and data protection law. At the CPDP Senior academic sessions “EDPL Young Scholars Award”, the three best young academics will present their research, discuss it with the competition jury members and the winner of the award will be revealed.
The 2016 YSA jury consists of: Bart van der Sloot (Tilburg University, EDPL Managing Editor), Franziska Boehm (Karlsruhe Institute for Technologies, EDPL Board Member)and Maja Brkan (Maastricht University, EDPL Associate Editor).
Serge Gutwirth (Director of the research group on Law, Science, Technology & Society at Vrije Universiteit Brussel) will present the award to the winning young scholar at a ceremony at the end of the panel.
Award ceremony Thursday 26 January 2017 at 16.00 in Maison Autrique
CNIL- INRIA Award
The CNIL-Inria Privacy Award recognizes a computer science paper promoting the improvement of the protection of personal data or privacy. The paper may describe a fundamental research result, a technical innovation or provide a state of the art of a privay related area. It must be the result of work carried out, at least in part, in a research centre in the European Union and must be published in the two years preceding the opening of the competition.
Award ceremony Wednesday 25 January 2017 at 10.30 in Grande Halle