PhD Activities and Resources
CREATe PhDs regularly participate in capacity building activities to ensure well-rounded, skilled, efficient and successful researchers with strong career prospects. We arrange regular reading groups, public lectures and offer opportunities to get involved with research projects taking place in the broader CREATe community. CREATe PhDs are also closely associated with other groups like GU-IPS, the UofG Social and Digital Change Group and the Scottish Law and Innovation Network.
PhD Activity Highlights (2020)
- Several of our PhDs will be presenting at The Society of Legal Scholars virtual conference on 1-4 September 2020 (full programme available here)
- Zihao published a guest post with IPKat on ‘Privacy and Data Protection in Chinese Civil Code: First Clarification of Personal Data Protection from the Perspective of Civil Law in China’
- Methinee and Zihao have been providing research assistance for the Darwin Project “5G + Connected and Autonomous Vehicles”
Highlights of 2019 included the organisation of the Emerging Researchers’ Workshop at the CREATe Symposium and the publication of three book reviews (available as a composite CREATe working paper). Details of PhD activities between 2013-2017 are available in the PhD Archive.
- Zihao Li “Standardization of Blockchain—A Legal Voice from Data Protection Law Perspective” (2020) European Academy for Standardization (EURAS) Contributions to Standardization Research book series.
- Zihao Li “Confronting with the algorithm bias risks, if blockchain will provide new chance or challenge from data protection law perspective?” (2020) Dublin Law and Politics Review.
- Amy Thomas “A question of (e)Sports: an answer from copyright” (2020) JIPLP
Full details of everyone’s PhD activities are detailed in their personal profiles.
PhD Welcome Guide
New PhDs should check out the PhD Welcome Guide, which was written by PhD students for new PhD students. The guide provides general advice for getting started as a CREATe PhD, includings ‘top tips’ for your first year, and a practical guide to life as part of the CREATe team and UofG community.