Erik Kamenjasevic

Fellow 2023/2025

▌▌▌Researcher at KU Leuven
▌▌▌Visiting Researcher at Stanford Law School

Erik Kamenjasevic is a doctoral researcher at the Centre for IT & IP Law (CiTiP) at KU Leuven in Belgium. and Visiting Researcher at Stanford University

His doctoral thesis focuses on defining the ethical and legal challenges of new human enhancement technologies and aims to provide feasible regulatory options to EU policymakers and lawmakers. Erik is also deeply involved in research within the eHealth domain, particularly in areas dealing with AI, medical devices, open-source software & hardware, intellectual property rights (IPRs), and cybersecurity. He has worked on several EU-funded projects as a legal-ethical advisor, including POTION, CORE-MD, and SafeCare.

In addition to his research, Erik is a founding member of the Beyond Cosmethics IdeaLab. Since November 2022, he has been a fellow at the Transatlantic Technology Law Forum (TTLF) at Stanford Law School, where his research focuses on the comparative US-EU analysis of AI-based medical device cybersecurity.

Before joining KU Leuven, Erik earned an LL.M. in International Business Law from Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam and a Master’s degree in Law from the University of Rijeka in Croatia. He has also gained practical experience as a legal trainee in the Cabinet of the President of the EFTA Court, a trainee lawyer-linguist at the Court of Justice of the European Union, and a junior lawyer in a Croatian-based law firm.

Erik has an extensive list of publications and has been part of various projects. Some of his recent works include articles on the regulation of human mood enhancement technology and the cybersecurity of medical devices. He has also contributed to research handbooks and presented at conferences.

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