PhD student & Research and teaching assistant
Ana Andrijevic studied at the University of Geneva where she obtained a Bachelor of Law, a Master in International and European Law and a Certificate in Transnational Law. She also participated in the Annenberg-Oxford Media Summer Institute at Oxford University (2017), as well as in the Private International Law courses of the Hague Academy of International Law (2017) (scholarships from the Hans Wilsdorf Foundation and the Ernst & Lucie Schmidheiny Foundation).
During her academic career, Ana Andrijevic has worked for the Geneva Internet Platform and the International Telecommunication Union. Since July 2017, she has been working as a research and teaching assistant to Professor de Werra and is writing a doctoral thesis under his supervision. She assists Prof. Jacques de Werra and Prof. Christian Bovet for the course 'Internet & IT Law' during the spring semester, and Dr. Yaniv Benhamou for the course 'International Intellectual Property'. She has been selected in 2019 to participate in the ITS Rio Global Policy Fellowship, supported by a grant from the Boninchi Foundation.
Her field of research focuses mainly on technology law (including artificial intelligence and connected objects) and intellectual property.