Privacy Research Day 2022

18 February 2022

Paris, France

On June 28, 2022, the CNIL will organize in Paris the first edition of an international conference dedicated to research in the field of privacy and personal data protection. During this event, entitled Privacy Research Day, international researchers will present their work. The call for papers is open until April 1, 2022.

Privacy Research Day - EN

The first edition of the annual Privacy Research Day is organized by the French Data Protection Authority (CNIL) that brings together experts around the world to present their results in privacy and data protection research.

The goal of Privacy Research Day is to create a dialog between the CNIL legal and technical experts and academics in computer science, and human and social sciences. The CNIL teams will present the priorities of the CNIL for the upcoming year and explain how the presented work can be used by the Data Protection Authorities in France and in Europe. 

After this Privacy Research Day, the CNIL contemplates several possible types of collaborations with researchers: involvement in research projects, joint development of studies or tools, co-supervision of doctoral or post-doctoral students, hosting of researchers in residence and internship opportunities for young researchers, etc.

Call for Papers

The call for papers is open to French or foreign researchers.

The deadline for submission of papers is April 1, 2022.

Paper proposals will be evaluated by CNIL experts, based on an assessment of the quality of the submissions, their relevance to the work of the CNIL, and the need to cover a diverse range of topics representing a variety of perspectives.

Attention will be paid to the multidisciplinary nature of the contributions, their link with the regulatory issues prioritized by the CNIL, and the exchanges and debates that the contributions may generate.

To submit a proposal and get information on the modalities, please consult the call for papers.

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