The Young Scholars Award (YSA), hosted by the European Data Protection Law Review (EDPL) in cooperation with CPDP, is given annually to outstanding emerging researchers in the field of privacy and data protection law. During this panel session, the three best young academics will present their research and discuss it with the competition jury members and the audience. The winner of the award will be revealed at a ceremony at the end of the YSA panel.
• Teresa Quintel, University of Luxemburg (LU) - Interoperability of EU Databases and Access to Personal Data by National Police Authorities under Article 20 of the Commission Proposals
• Adam Panagiotopoulos, Trilateral Research (UK) - Genetic Information and Communities: A Triumph of Communitarianism over the Right to Data Protection under the GDPR?
• Emre Bayamlioglu, Tilburg University (NL) - Contesting Automated Decisions: A View of Transparency Implications
The jury that will comment on the papers will consist of Bart van der Sloot (Tilburg University), Maja Brkan (Maastricht University), and Mark Cole (University of Luxembourg).
Prof. Serge Gutwirth will present the award.