GIANNOPOULOU, Alexandra

 
Doctor (PhD) in law, University of Paris II Pantheon-Assas
Associate researcher, ISCC

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Alexandra Giannopoulou holds a PhD in law and is an associate researcher at the ISCC within the research group Information and Commons Governance. She is also a member of the Open Access Button team, an app that finds access to available free and open research articles and data and guides authors in making their research open access.

BIOGRAPHY

Alexandra Giannopoulou is a graduate of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki and of the University of Paris West Nanterre La Defense. She holds a PhD from the Center for Legal and Economic Studies of Multimedia (CEJEM) at the University of Paris II Pantheon-Assas, which was presented on December 2016. Her PhD thesis entitled The Creative Commons licenses and supervised by Professor Jérôme Huet evaluates the legal status of the Creative Commons licenses on an international, European and national scale and assesses the effects of Creative Commons (as a transnational copyright management system) to reforms of the current normative framework. During her doctoral studies, she was a visiting researcher at Stanford Law School supervised by Professor Paul Goldstein (2012) and ATER at the University of Paris Ouest Nanterre la Défense (2014-2016).

RESEARCH FIELDS

As an associate researcher with the ISCC within the Information and Communication Governance research group, her research is devoted to the study of the normative framework and the institutional policies of information sharing. In particular, her research focuses on issues related to access to scientific knowledge in the context of open access and open data movements as well as in the context of open science and commons-based citizen science. Her work also focuses on the current European copyright reform and the prospects of harmonization of the exceptions and limitations to copyright.

Keywords: droit d’auteur, copyright, Creative Commons, free and open licences, commons, access to scientific knowledge, access to research data, open access, open data, open science.

PUBLICATIONS

PhD thesis

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2016, Les licences Creative Commons, PhD Thesis, University of Paris II Pantheon-Assas, 620 p. Abstract

Articles

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2016, “Book Review: Digital Golems. Copyright and Lex Electronica by Mélanie Dulong de Rosnay”, SCRIPTed, 13(1), p. 108-111. Full text

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2016, “Parody in France”, study for the project “Best case scenarios for copyright”, Communia association, p. 20-28. Full text

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2016, «Cadre juridique de l’impression 3D», SystèmeD, November, no 15, p. 34-35.

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2014, “The Creative Commons licenses through moral rights provisions in French law”, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology, 27(1-2), p. 60-80. Full text

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2012, “Copyright enforcement measures: the role of ISPs and the principle of proportionality”, European Journal for Law and Technology, 3(1). Full text

Alexandra Giannopoulou, 2012, “Digital disposition of a work: from technical protection measures to Creative Commons”, in M. Bottis, E. Alexandropoulou, I. Iglezakis (eds.), Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Information Law, Nomiki Vivliothiki.

Communications

“Open innovation”, participation at the roundtable, AdaWeek Paris, 24 November 2016.

“Les connaissances scientifiques: biens privés, publics ou communs ?”, presentation and organization of the conference at the Institute for communication sciences (ISCC), 6 October 2015. Program and summary report

“Social reputation systems: it’s about ethics in Artificial Intelligence”, Gikii X, Berlin, September 2015.

“We are all Diù: a tale of wiki edits, disgrace, and Greek politics”, Gikii IX, Brighton, September 2014.

“The Creative Commons licenses through moral rights provisions in French law”, 28th conference BILETA, Liverpool, April 2013.

“Copyright enforcement measures: the role of ISPs and the principle of proportionality”, Gikii VI, Göteborg, June 2011.

“Digital disposition of a work: from technical protection measures to Creative Commons 4th international conference on information law, Thessaloniki, May 2011.

“Copyright enforcement measures: the role of ISPs and the principle of proportionality”, 26th conference BILETA, Manchester, March 2011.