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    Forschungsstelle RobotRecht

    Doctorates at the Robotics Law Research Centre.

    Current doctoral candidates and their research

    Dipl. Jur. Inci Demir

    Mobile Health: mobile health applications - programmed health - the opportunities and the risks

    Dipl. Jur. Sophie Garling

    A methodology for the development of a system of legal experts

    Dipl.-Jur. Tino Haupt

    Access to Vehicle Data from a Criminal and Civil Law Perspective. An Examination of the Current Legal Situation with Proposals for Reform.

    Jille Kikonga, LL.B

    Criminal law regulation of the dissemination of fake news

    Ass. Jur. Nicolas Kutschera, European Lawyer

    A Monitoring and Analysis of the European Commission's Proposal for a Regulation Establishing Harmonised Rules for Artificial Intelligence (Artificial Intelligence Act)

    Pia Mesenberg

    Formalising legal rules - A consideration in the context of automated driving.

    Ass. Jur. Daniel Nikol

    An international comparison of liability issues in respect of artificial intelligence

    Thomas Steur

    Criminal and civil liability problems in telemedicine

    Max Tauschhuber

    The influence of intelligent artefacts on human behaviour and the relevance of those changes for the (penal) law, exemplarily on eHealth

    Jannick Thonemann

    Artificial intelligence and its impact on the legal order with a special focus on intellectual property issues

    Completed PhDs

    Prof. Dr. Susanne Beck

    Stem cell research and criminal law - an assessment of the use of criminal law in biotechnology

    Dr. Lisa Blechschmitt

    Criminal and civil liability of physicians when performing robot-assisted surgery

    Dr. Jochen Feldle

    Emergency algorithms – [life and death] dilemmas in automated road transport

    Dr. Jan-Philipp Günther

    Robots and legal responsibility. An investigation of the liability of users and manufacturers

    Dr. Christian Haagen, Ass. Jur.

    Liability issues when using artificial intelligence. Ethical and civil law questions as well as duty of care requirements in the development and placing on the market of AI technologies.

    Dr. Berthold Haustein

    The possibilities and limits of data ownership

    Ulrich Honecker

    Dilemma situations: choosing who should live and who should die in unavoidable accident situations. An analysis of criminal and civil liability of manufacturers for deaths caused by their automated vehicle systems

    Dr. Xiaoyan Huang, LL.M. Eur.

    Technology vs. law - Legal challenges in connection with "Industry 4.0" using the examples of data security and data protection

    Dr. Anna Lohmann, European lawyer

    Artificial intelligence in the field of criminal law

    Dr. Severin Löffler

    Military and civilian aerial robots. Selected criminal law problems in the use of combat and surveillance drones.

    Dr. iur. Dipl.-Ing.Lennart S. Lutz

    Automated driving, dashcams and storage of data usable as evidence: legal problems of data collection and data access de lege lata

    Dr. Florian Münch

    Autonomous systems in hospitals: the data protection framework and criminal law limits

    Dr. Annika Schömig

    Hazards and risks in criminal law. A presentation of the terms and methods with special consideration of risk classes.

    Dr. Paul Vogel, LL.M. Eur.

    Data protection issues arising through the use of learning systems

    Dr. Nicolas Woltmann, European lawyer

    The social robot. Criminal law aspects of the personification of technical systems using the example of social bots.