PhD student & Affiliate researcher
Ana Andrijevic studied at the University of Geneva where she obtained a Bachelor of Law, a Master of International and European Law and a Certificate of Transnational Law. She also participated in the Digital Law Summer School, the Annenberg-Oxford Media Summer Institute at the University of Oxford, as well as in the private international law courses of the Hague Academy of International Law (scholarships from the Hans Wilsdorf Foundation and the Ernst & Lucie Schmidheiny Foundation).
During her academic career, Ana Andrijevic worked for the Geneva Internet Platform and the International Telecommunication Union (ITU). From 2017 to 2022, she was a research and teaching assistant to Professor de Werra and is writing a PhD thesis in English under his supervision on the impact of artificial intelligence on copyright. She completed a series of research stays at two institutes and a research center, namely at the Institute for Technology & Society in Rio de Janeiro (2019, Boninchi Foundation Fellowship), at the Max Planck for Innovation and Competition in Munich (2022, Ernst & Lucie Schmidheiny Foundation Fellowship), as well as at the Center in Law, Technology and Society at the University of Ottawa (2023, Doc.Mobility Fellowship awarded by the University of Geneva and the Graduate Institute of International and Development Studies).
From 2018 to 2020, she was the coordinator of the Digital Law Summer School and the Digital Law Research Colloquium. She also coordinated the Geneva Cybersecurity Law & Policy Conference, in 2018 and 2019, and the International Student Seminar on Digital Law in 2019. From October 2020 to April 2022, she continued her activities at the Digital Law Center, including participating in the organization of the AI Tech & Policy Talks and the Social media and children's rights event.
In parallel to her activities at the University of Geneva, Ana Andrijevic also pursued her education through the CopyrightX online course offered by Harvard University, as well as the University Diploma in Intellectual Property and Artificial Intelligence of the Center for International Intellectual Property Studies of the University of Strasbourg.
Her research focuses on technology law (including artificial intelligence and children's rights in the digital age), as well as on intellectual property.