Dr. Michael Nagenborg is an Assistant Professor of Philosophy of Technology. His main research area is the interplay between cities, technologies, and human self-understanding. He is the managing director of 4TU.Ethics and a board member of the Philosophy of the City Research Group.
Paul F. NEMITZ is the Director for Fundamental rights and Union citizenship in the Directorate-General for Justice and Consumers of the European Commission. The free movement of people in Europe, data protection, fight against hate speech and racism and rights of the child are key responsibilities of his Directorate.
Before joining the Directorate-General for Justice, Nemitz held posts in the Legal Service of the European Commission, the Cabinet of the Commissioner for Development Cooperation and in the Directorates General for Trade, Transport and Maritime Affairs.
Pilar Nicolás PhD, is Permanent Senior research fellow at the Chair in Law and the Human Genome (Public Law Department) of the University of the Basque Country. She is Vice-Dean Coordinator of the Faculty of Law in the Vizcaya Campus. Pilar Nicolás teaches Criminal Law in Graduate Level, and Biolaw in Postgraduate level. She has participated in several national and international research projects related to data protection, patient’s rights or biobanks. She is the PI the Project “Management of clinical data within the new technological and scientific horizon –bigdata-. Opportunities and legal issues” (funded by the Spanish Ministry of Economy and the European Regional Development Fund). She is the author of about 50 publications. She is member of the Ethical Ethics Committee of the Instituto de Salud Carlos III and of the Ethics Committee of the Institute for Rare Diseases (Both at the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation). She is Member of the Advisory Council of the Roche Foundation and has collaborated with the Spanish Ministry of Science and Innovation in the preparation of the Spanish Law 14/2007 on Biomedical Research and of the Royal Decree approved on 18 November 2011 on biobanks.
Sjaak NOUWT is legal advisor health law at the Royal Dutch Medical Association (KNMG) and a privacy consultant. He is specialized in medical secrecy, privacy, other legal issues of information technologies in healthcare. As from 2016, he is appointed as Rapporteur Data Protection for the Standing Committee of European Doctors (CPME). Until 2009, Sjaak has been working at the Tilburg Institute for Law, Technology, and Society (TILT) at Tilburg University (NL), where he was admitted to the rank of Honorary Fellow of TILT. He is also co-author of a yearbook with explanations and case law related to the Dutch Data Protection Act, and editor of several Dutch privacy journals. He is also a member of several privacy committees in the healthcare sector in the Netherlands.