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Prof. dr. Natali Helberger has been selected as the first Leydesdorff Interdisciplinary Fellow at ASCoR. As outlined in her nomination, she has been a key contributor to ASCoR’s interdisciplinary turn in the past decade. Since the launch of RPA Personalised Communication (later ICDS) in 2016, prof. Helberger has worked with numerous ASCoR scholars across program groups. Her work contributed to the launch of several UvA collaborations in which ASCoR played a key role, including research priority areas (such as Humane AI) and large-scale external grants such as the AI, Media & Democracy Lab and the national NWO gravitation program AlgoSoc: Public Values in the Algorithmic Society.
Prof. dr. Natali Helberger

About the ASCoR Leydesdorff Fellowship

 As part of our efforts to foster and recognize interdisciplinarity, ASCoR has instituted a new fellowship to recognize researchers from other disciplines for outstanding contributions to our research. This fellowship is named after our late colleague prof. dr. Loet Leydesdorff, who has done so much inspiring work in this area. ASCoR members can nominate fellows on a yearly basis. Nominations are reviewed and selected by the ASCoR Board.

About prof. Helberger

Natali Helberger is Distinguished University Professor of Law and Digital Technology, with a special focus on AI, Information Law and Digital Technology at the University of Amsterdam and member of the board of directors of the Institute for Information Law (IViR). She is an elected member of the Royal Dutch Society of Sciences and Humanities (KHMW), the Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) and the Social Scientific Council of the KNAW.