Membership in professional organisations

12.2018-now Member of the scientific council of the Institute for Privacy Law, Data Protection and Technology (IPL), European Public Law Organisation (EPLO), Greece
05.2018-now Associate editor of the journal IEEE Transactions on Technology and Society
05.2018-now Independent member of the Advisory Board of the European Law Observatory for New Technologies
02.2018-now Member of the Advisory Board of Bits of Freedom (Dutch digital rights organisation)
03.2017-now Member of the Young STT (Netherlands Study Centre for Technology Trends – Stichting Toekomstbeeld der Techniek) on behalf of Tilburg University
11.2016-now Member of the LNVH – Dutch Network of Women Professors
04.2016 – now Member of Europol Data Protection Experts Network (EDEN) (invitation only)
02.2015 – now Member of the editorial board of the European Data Protection Law Review, published by lexxion
09.2013 – now Member of the editorial board of the Information Technology and Law Series, TMC Asser Press/Springer
27.04.2004 – now Registered lawyer at Heraklion Bar Association (on leave since 01.01.2006, as I reside abroad)
10.2013 – 12.2017 Associate editor of the International Review of Law, Computers & Technology, published by Taylor & Francis
04-12.2016 KVAB (Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium for Sciences and Arts) Werkgroep privacy big data internet (Working group on privacy, big data and the internet)
04.2013-09.2015 Member of the FI-PPP Working Group on Policy, Regulation and Governance (representing the FI-STAR project).
10.2012 – 07.2015 Member of the Ethics Advisory Board of the EU FP7 research project EURECA (Enabling information re-Use by linking clinical REsearch and CAre)
05.2012 – 04.2015 Member of the ENISA Experts list for assisting in the implementation of the ENISA Work Programme, ENISA P/06/12/CEI
10.2012 – 09.2014 Member of the Ethics Advisory Board of the EU FP7 research project EXPERIMEDIA (Experiments in live social and networked media experiences)
09.2010 – 11.2013 Member of the Stakeholders Group of the EU FP7 research project IoT-A (Internet-of-Things Architecture)
12.2009 – 09.2012 Member of the Experts Group to the European Commission on “The platform on electronic data retention for the investigation, detection and prosecution of serious crime” (as representative of ETIS), (max. 25 experts) – Commission Decision 2008/324/EC of 25 March 2008 setting up the “Platform on Electronic Data Retention for the Investigation, Detection and Prosecution of Serious Crime’ group of experts”
10.2007 – 09.2012

External expert to the CEPIS LSI Group

10.2007 – 09.2012 External expert to the ETIS Group on Information Security
10.2009 – 05.2012

Member of the ENISA Experts for identifying emerging and future risks posed by new ICTs, ENISA P/09/09/CEI

  •  Expert in the expert group on RFID/Internet of Things (IoT): Description of the air traffic scenario, risk assessment based on the ISO Standard 27005/2008and legal input to the ENISA report ‘Flying 2.0 – Enabling automated air travel by identifying and addressing the challenges of IoT & RFID technology’ (12 Experts) (04.2010)
  • Expert in the expert group on life logging: Legal input to the ENSIA report ‘To log or not to log? – Risks and benefits of emerging life-logging applications’(11.11.2011) (15 experts)
09.2010-05.2011 Member of the Editorial Advisory Board for the book “Uberveillance and the Social Implications of Microchip Implants: Emerging Technologies”, edited by Associate Professor Katina Michael and Dr M.G. Michael University of Wollongong, NSW, Australia
04.2008 – 09.2011 External expert to the ISPA Belgium Regulatory and Legal Working Group
02.2007 – 09.2009 Member of the Ethical Advisory Group of the MINAmI project (Micro-Nano Integrated Platform for Transverse Ambient Intelligence Applications – MINAmI)
04.2007 – 09.2008 Member of the Cluster of European Research Projects (CERP) on The Internet of Things: CERP-IoT (Former CERP-RFID) as representative of the PRIME project. Contributor to the CERP Working paper on future RFID Research needs” (September 2007, available online at http://www.rfid-in-action.eu/cerp/cerp-working-paper/working-paper-on-future-rfid-research-needs)
01.10.2001 – 30.09.2003 Member of the editorial committee of the law journal called Efarmoges Dimosiou Dikaiou (Applications of Public Law), published by the publishing house Ant.  N.  Sakkoula and under the auspices of the Sector of Public Law of the Law Faculty of the University of Athens