Legal aspects of research data

14.05.2021 16:00 – 17:30

In the European Union and especially in Switzerland, researchers are fortunate to be able to rely on laws to protect their data and research products. But, as with all laws, it is not only necessary to know them, but above all to comply with them in order to benefit from them as much as possible, as well as to be aware of their limits. Based on practical examples with space for questions, this workshop is intended to be short (1h30) and concrete. At the end of the workshop, the young researchers will have a global and up-to-date view of the current legal context applying on data and research led in Switzerland, with an overview of future trends.

Lieu

by zoom or in face-to-face if possible

Organisé par

Rectorat et administration centrale

Intervenants

Yaniv Benhamou, Associate Professor of Digital Law at the University of Geneva Law School
Hélène Bruderer, Research and teaching assistant of the University of Geneva Law School

entrée libre

Classement

Catégorie: Atelier

Mots clés: digital skills, research data, law

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