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Researchers admitted in September 2018

Bacharis

Grigorios BACHARIS (GR)

Ph.D. research: The interface of EU business torts and general torts

Supervisor: Prof. Stefan Grundmann

Dijkman

Léon Edward DIJKMAN (NL)

Ph.D. research: European patents as exclusive rights

Supervisor: Prof. Peter Drahos

Gines

Diego GINES (ES)

Ph.D. research: Non-removable migrants in the EU 

Supervisor: Prof. Claire Kilpatrick

Co-Supervisor: Prof. Andrew Geddes

Kim

Eun Hye KIM (DE/KR)

Ph.D. research: The Advocate General as an Agent of Change – or Resistance – in EU Competition Law

Supervisor: Prof. Urška Šadl

Krogel

Maciej Maksymilian KROGEL (PL)

Ph.D. research: Limiting constitutional conflicts through European Union common values 

Supervisor: Prof. Gábor Halmai

Kukavica

Jaka KUKAVICA (SI)

Ph.D. research: Consensus Analysis as an Interpretative Method in Constitutional, Quasi-Constitutional, and International Institutional Settings

Supervisor: Prof. Urška Šadl

Lazovic

Alexander LAZOVIC (DE)

Ph.D. research: How to Say Things in Law. An Analysis of the Transfer Process from Facts of Life to Facts of the Case

Supervisor: Prof. Urška Šadl

Lebedenko

Svitlana LEBEDENKO (UA)

Ph.D. research: Russian Innovation System

Supervisor: Prof. Peter Drahos

Lerch

Carolin LERCH (DE)

Ph.D. research: Stuck in Another Era? German Abortion Law and the Aim of Liberalizaton  

Supervisor: Prof. Gábor Halmai

Michiels

Aruna MICHIELS (BE)

Ph.D. research: Norm diffusion through the European Union in the field of international humanitarianism

Supervisor: Prof. Joanne Scott 

Morgenbrodt

Kai Martin MORGENBRODT (DE)

LL.M. research: European social market economy: conceptualizing the legal dimension of Art. 3(3) TEU

Supervisor: Prof. Claire Kilpatrick

Mullay

Catriona Shirley MULLAY (GB)

Ph.D. research: Scottish Constitutional Identity

Supervisor: Prof. Gábor Halmai

Muller

Justine Viviane Anne MULLER (FR)

Ph.D. research: European Union Free Trade Agreements and the Biodiversity Crisis

Supervisor: Prof. Joanne Scott

Nowicka

Katarzyna Karolina NOWICKA (PL)

Ph.D. research: Constitutional Identity Deconstructed. Cases of Poland and Hungary

Supervisor: Prof. Gábor Halmai

Osmola

Szymon OSMOLA (PL)

Ph.D. research: Theory of Consumer Contracts. A European Perspective

Supervisor: Prof. Hans-W. Micklitz

 

Palmiotto

Francesca PALMIOTTO (IT)

Ph.D. research: Algorithmic Transparency in Criminal Proceedings in Europe

Supervisor: Prof. Deirdre Curtin

Saluste

Maarja SALUSTE (EE)

Ph.D. research: Cross-border data flows in international trade and under the data realm of the European Union 

Supervisor: Prof. Deirdre Curtin

Co-supervisor: Prof. Bernard Hoekman 

 

Schiettekatte

Sophie SCHIETTEKATTE (BE)

Ph.D. research: The Power of Procedure" in International Courts and Tribunals 

Supervisor: Prof. Neha Jain

Co-supervisor: Prof. Gleider Hernández

Seffinga

Vincent SEFFINGA (NL)

Ph.D. research: Green Lights All the Way: A Comprehensive Regulation for Outer Space Activities

Supervisor: Prof. Peter Drahos

Tas

Sarah Nicole TAS (FR)

Ph.D. research: Europol's exchange of personal data: beyond supervision? 

Supervisor: Prof. Deirdre Curtin

Taylor Armstrong

Sylvie Grace TAYLOR ARMSTRONG (GB)

Ph.D. research: Commercial surrogacy: Can labour law provide a solution?

Supervisor: Prof. Claire Kilpatrick

 

Trajer

John William TRAJER (GB)

Ph.D. research: Cross-Border Trafficking and Victims' Rights: Defining the Scope of Host States' Protective Duties in the Context of Irregular Stay 

Supervisor: Prof. Neha Jain

Co-supervisor: Prof. Andrew Geddes 

 

Tripathy

Sunita TRIPATHY (IN)

Ph.D. research: Open Innovation: The Do More With Less Paradigm for Affordable Health 

Supervisor: Prof. Peter Drahos

Wietrzny

Mikołaj WIETRZNY (PL)

LL.M. research: Regional state aid rules following State Aid Modernization (SAM): Better efficiency at the cost of transparency and legal certainty?

Supervisor: Prof. Giorgio Monti

Wilmet

Marie Anne Frédérique WILMET (BE)

Ph.D. research: Healing through justice? Empirically evaluating the mitigating effect of international criminal procedure on the harms suffered by victims of sexual and gender-based crimes.

Supervisor: Prof. Neha Jain

Co-supervisor: Prof. Julian Fernandez

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