Dr J.H. Hoepman (Jaap-Henk)

Associate professor - Interdisciplinary Hub for Digitalization and Society

Dr J.H. Hoepman (Jaap-Henk)
Visiting address

Erasmusplein 1

Working days Monday, Thursday

My main research topics are privacy enhancing protocols and privacy by design. In particular, the following research topics are of interest to me: privacy by design, privacy and the Internet of Things, advanced use of smart-cards, and privacy and identity management. I am of course interested in cryptography and information security in general.

I am also interested in the social and legal aspects of technology, and like to engage in the public debate about security and privacy. I explore these issue on my blog.


Additional positions

One of Jaap-Henk Hoepman’s areas of research is privacy by design: the development of systems that are initially built around data protection. Hoepman also looks at the ways in which the privacy of online identities can be better protected.