Angelika Adensamer

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Angelika Adensamer

Angelika Adensamer is a doctoral candidate in the team of Professor Iris Eisenberger within the project DiGrenz since March 2021. Her dissertation focuses on Legal Protection Against Algorithmic Fact-Finding in Administrative Procedures.

She studied law at the University of Vienna and Criminology and Criminal Justice (MSc) at the University of Oxford and worked on research projects at the Institute for the Sociology of Law and Criminology (IRKS) and the Vienna Centre for Societal Security (VICESSE).

She has also worked several years in the NGO and political sector and was a member of the Data Protection Council from 2018-2020. She is a member of the editorial team of the journal juridikum.

Her research focuses on police surveillance, data protection law and algorithmic regulation.

Selected Publications

Adensamer, Angelika; Klausner, Lukas Daniel, Algorithmen in der Entscheidungsfindung. Leitfaden zu Verantwortlichkeit und Rechenschaft (2021)

Adensamer, Angelika (Hrsg.) Handbuch Überwachung (2020),

Adensamer, Angelika; Klausner, Lukas Daniel. Ich weiß was du nächsten Sommer getan haben wirst: Predictive Policing in Österreich, juridikum 3/2019, 419–431, 419–431,, arXiv:1907.00934.


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