Adrian Haase, Dr.
Adrian Haase studied Law at Bucerius Law School in Hamburg and at Stellenbosch University (South Africa) with focuses on white-collar crime and international corporate law. In May 2013 he finished his legal clerkship with the Second State Exam, and started as a doctoral researcher at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society in September 2013.
As a member of the Network for Civil Security Law in Europe (KORSE), funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research, he has examined the combating of cybercrime within the European Union for his doctoral thesis. In December 2017, his doctoral thesis “Computer crime within the European Criminal Law” was published in a the series Internet und Gesellschaft by Mohr Siebeck as an Open Access publication.
Former Associate Doctoral Researcher: Global Constitutionalism and the Internet
Lectures and presentationsOnline financial crimes and fraud committed with electronic means of payment
Specific legal challenges related to credit card fraud. European Academy of Law (ERA). Centro de Estudios Jurídicos, Madrid, Madrid, Spain: 24.05.2016
Adrian HaaseUbiquitous computing and increasing engagement of private companies in governmental surveillance
7th Biennial SURVEILLANCE & SOCIETY CONFERENCE: “Power, performance and trust”. Surveillance Studies Network (SSN). University Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain: 22.04.2016
Organisation of eventsVölkerrecht des Netzes
08.09.2014. Walter-Hallstein Institut, Berlin, Germany. Co-Organised by: Office of Foreign Affairs (National)
Emma Peters, Adrian Haase, Osvaldo Saldías, Ingolf Pernice
Participation as expertUrbane Sicherheit - Ideen für die sichere Stadt der Zukunft Fraunhofer-Society, Responsible Research and Innovation. Fraunhofer-Gesellschaft, Responsible Research and Innovation, Berlin, Germany: 27.02.2014