Alina Wernick works as a researcher in the research programme “The governance of data-driven innovation and cyber security” and in the research project “the Futures of Telemedicine: Knowledge, Policy, Regulation”, in which her research focuses on the legal questions concerning data-driven innovation and e-Health applications. Her research interests include data protection, intellectual property and competition law as well as open innovation.
Alina Wernick is a doctoral candidate at the Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität. She has completed the International Max Planck Research School for Competition and Innovation as well as conducted doctoral research at the Max Planck Institute for Innovation and Competition on patent law and open innovation.
Alina Wernick has studied law at the University of Helsinki. During her legal studies, she worked at an interdisciplinary laboratory Simlab at the Department of Industrial Engineering and Management of the Aalto University.
Besides her academic experience, Alina Wernick has interned inter alia at a large German law firm, the European Patent office. She has obtained international experience through a research exchange at the University of Texas and a study exchange at the Chinese University of Hong Kong.”
Researcher: Data, actors, infrastructures