Prof. Dr. Christian Djeffal
Academic Career and Research Areas
Christian Djeffal is Assistant Professor for Law, Science and Technology at the Technical University of Munich. At the Munich Center for Technology in Society and at the TUM School of Governance, he deals with the relationship between law and technology, focusing on new technologies such as artificial intelligence and the internet of things. He focuses on integrative and transdisciplinary legal approaches. He inquires into and actively engages in the digitalisation of law and jurisprudence.
Christian Djeffal took up his professorship at TUM in July 2019. Previously, he coordinated the research area "Global Constitutionalism and the Internet" of Professor Dr. Dr. hc Ingolf Pernice at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (HIIS). At HIIS, he was also in charge of the project Digital Public Administration. Christian Djeffal received his doctorate from the Humboldt University of Berlin on "Static and evolutive interpretation of international treaties: a functional reconstruction" at the chair of Professor Dr. Georg Nolte. He studied law at Ludwig-Maximilians-University Munich and at University College London.
- Hütten Sholarship for the participation at the Academy of International Law (2011)
- Sholarship of the Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes (2005-2009)
Djeffal, C: "Artificial Intelligence and Public Governance. Normative Guidelines for Artificial Intelligence in Government and Public Administration“. In Regulating Artificial Intelligence. Editors: Wischmeyer, T, Rademacher, T. Springer. Wien/Berlin/New York 2020; 277–293.Abstract
Djeffal, C: "AI, Democracy, and the Law“. In The Democratization of Artificial Intelligence: Net Politics in the Era of Learning Algorithms. Editor: Sudmann, A. transcript. Bielefeld 2019; 255–284.Abstract
Djeffal, C: "Künstliche Intelligenz in der öffentlichen Verwaltung“. Berichte des Nationalen E-Government Kompetenzzentrums. 2018; 3: 1–32.Abstract
Djeffal, C: "Das Internet der Dinge und die öffentliche Verwaltung: Auf dem Weg zum Smart Government?". Deutsches Verwaltungsblatt (DVBl). 2017; 808-816Abstract
Djeffal, C: "Static and Evolutive Treaty Interpretation: A Functional Reconstruction". Cambridge University Press. 2016.Abstract