The IRI attends ICNAAM 2016 and GLOBAL HEALTH Conference

The Institute for Legal Informatics was represented at two events in September and October.

On 19-25 September, the ICNAAM 2016 took place at the Rhodos Palace Hotel, Rhodes, Greece. Iryna Lishuk LL.M., research associate at the Institue for Legal Informatics, attended the sixth Symposium on Advanced Computitation and Information in Natural and Applied Siences, where she held a presentation titled “Patentability Aspects of Computational Cancer Models” and also participated in a Delegates Summit with the title “Best Practice and Definitions of Data-centric and Big Data – Science, Society, Law, Industry, and Engineering”. The Symposium was organized by Prof. Dr. Claus-Peter Rückemann, who also holds the lecture on „Fundamental Aspects of Information Science, Security and Computing“ in the postgraduate study programme of the Institute for Legal Informatics (EULISP).

On 9 – 13 October Iryna Lishuk and Dr. Marc Strauch, M.A. (Oxon), also research associate at the Institute for Legal Informatics, attended the Fifth International Conference on Global Health Challenges: GLOBAL HEALTH 2016 in Venice, Italy, where they held a presentation with the title “Options for Protecting Medical Data by IP Rights”. Iryna Lishuk LLM also participated in a session with the title “Technology” as the chairwoman.

EVIDENCE Final Conference took place

On the 29th and 30th of September the Evidence Final Conference took place in The Hague. The EVIDENCE project aims at establishing a common European Framework in the domain of digital evidence by providing a road map, consisting of guidelines, technical standards and recommendations to ensure a framework for the application of new technologies in the collection, use and exchange of evidence. As the field of digital evidence is quickly changing and technology is constantly developing, part of the project’s work is to consider legal solutions to ensure an effective criminal investigation and at the same time respecting European values as well as fundamental rights.

Since March 2014 the Institute of Legal Information Theory and Techniques at the National Research Council (CNR-ITTIG) in Italy under the lead of Dr. Maria Angela Biasiotti coordinates the project and thus exchange of knowledge and experience with several project partners, among them the Leibniz Universität Hannover/IRI. On Thursday, 29th Biasiotti gave her welcome speech in front of more than 90 people, which attended seven sessions leading to the final presentation of the EVIDENCE Road Map. The introducing presentations were given by the project partners followed by panel discussions of external experts.

Joseph A. Cannataci, University of Groningen, started with chairing a session on “The State of Electronic Evidence in Europe”, followed by a presentation about “Building Bridges between Different Actors” by Sabine Berghs, a Legal Officer at Interpol, which set the scene for session II chaired by Caroline Goemans-Dorny.

Christian M. Hawellek, research associate at the Institute for Legal Informatics, highlighted the privacy, data protection and international law dimensions of Evidence, which necessarily need to be taken into account, within the session on “Enhancing International Legal Cooperation” that was chaired by Professor Dr. Nikolaus Forgó. Sabine Berghs and Mattia Epifani, CNR-ITTIG, held a presentation on certification and professionalization opening the last session of Day I.

The next day, Fabrizio Turchi from the CNR-ITTIG provided an insight into the Evidence Project Tools Catalogue and the validation, followed by Mattia Epifani introducing “Setting Standards for Representing and Exchanging Evidence”. In the course of the project, a first prototype (proof of concept) of an evidence exchange application was developed that was presented by Nikolaos Matskanis, Centre of Excellence in Information and Communication Technologies (CETIC).

The conference has been the final get-together after 30 months of constant research, development and networking. Interested readers can find further information on the project website, www.evidenceproject.eu.

Stellenausschreibung zur Sekretärin/ Sekretär im Verwaltungsdienst

Am Institut für Rechtsinformatik ist eine Stelle als

Sekretärin/ Sekretär im Verwaltungsdienst

(EntgGr. 6 TV-L, 19,9 Std./Woche)

zum nächstmöglichen Zeitpunkt zu besetzen. Die Stelle ist bis zum 31.8.2019 befristet. Der Stellenumfang entspricht 50 % der tariflichen Arbeitszeit.

Aufgaben

Gesucht wird eine Mitarbeiterin/ein Mitarbeiter zur organisatorischen Unterstützung der Durchführung drittmittelgeförderter Forschungsvorhaben, insbesondere zur Überprüfung der Zeitdokumentation der Projektmitarbeiter, der Überwachung der Zahlungsflüsse, der Abwicklung von Reisen, der Korrespondenz mit den Projektpartnern und anderen Hochschuleinrichtungen und der Mitarbeit an den Finanzberichten und -abschlüssen.

Einstellungsvoraussetzungen

Voraussetzung für die Einstellung ist eine abgeschlossene Berufsausbildung. Darüber hinaus erwarten wir eine kommunikative, belastbare und integrierende Persönlichkeit, die über sehr gute EDV-Kenntnisse in MS-Office und SAP verfügt. Erfahrungen im Sekretariat und in der Verwaltung wie auch gute Englischkenntnisse in Wort und Schrift sind wünschenswert.

Die Leibniz Universität Hannover will die berufliche Gleichberechtigung von Frauen und Männern besonders fördern und fordert deshalb qualifizierte Männer nachdrücklich auf, sich zu bewerben.

Schwerbehinderte Bewerberinnen und Bewerber werden bei gleicher Qualifikation bevorzugt.

Bitte richten Sie Ihre Bewerbung – gerne auch elektronisch – mit den üblichen Unterlagen bis zum 15.11.2016 an:

E-Mail: heermann@iri.uni-hannover.de

Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz Universität Hannover
Institut für Rechtinformatik
z.Hd. Herr Thorsten Heermann
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30167 Hannover