Recording: Van Hasselt lecture: The dynamics of big data and human rights
The dynamics of big data and human rights: the case of scientific research
The second Van Hasselt Lecture on 23rd November 2016 at 8 pm (door open 7:30 pm) in the Van der Mandelezaal, Prinsenhof, St. Agatha-plein 1, Delft.
The welcome speech will be held by the Mayor of Delft, Marja van Bijsterveldt-Vliegenthart and the introduction by prof.dr.ir. Tim van der Hagen, President of TU Delft. The keynotespeaker is prof. John Tasioulas of King’s College in London and he will talk about “The dynamics of big data and human rights: the case of scientific research”. The Rector Magnificus of TU Delft, prof.ir. Karel Luyben, will close the evening.
The theme of the yearly Van Hasselt lecture will relate to Ethics, Technology, Peace and Justice. The lecture is named after the Delft student Frans van Hasselt, who held a lecture on 23rd November 1940 denouncing the firing of Jewish professors at the university. Frans van Hasselt was arrested by the German occupying forces and died in 1942 at the Buchenwald Concentration Camp.
This lecture is organized by the department Values, Technology and Innovation of the Faculty of Technology, Policy & Management and Studium Generale TU Delft.