István Ambrus Ph.D. dr. habil. Associate Professor (Eötvös Loránd University)

István Ambrus is an associate professor of substantive criminal law at Eötvös Loránd University, Budapest, Hungary. In 2012, he received a PhD degree with his thesis on concurrence of criminal offences. He has been teaching criminal law at leading universities in Hungary for 13 years, and has been a visiting professor in Belgium, Sweden, Lithuania and Germany. He also worked as a public prosecutor for several years. He has published more than 130 publications. His latest monograph, published in 2021, addresses issues of digitisation and criminal justice. In this book he dealt with the regulation of artificial intelligence, self-driving cars, electronic scooters, deep-fake, etc.

 

Course: Digitalisation and the Criminal Law
Date:  13 April – 8 June 2022



Goran Šimić Assoc. Prof. PhD z Uniwersytetu “VITEZ” w Bośni i Hercegowinie

Assoc. Prof. Goran Šimić PhD is the Dean and Professor of the Faculty of Law at University “Vitez” Vitez, Bosnia and Herzegovina. His research interests include, but are not limited to, Criminal Law, International Criminal Law and Transitional Justice and he was teaching worldwide including University of Cambridge, University of Oslo, University of Louisville, Istanbul Commerce University, Baghdad University and University of Szczecin.

 

 

Course: Transitional Justice
Date: 17 May – 24 June 2022