About Petros Terzis

(He/him) I am a Postdoctoral Researcher at the Institute for Information Law, University of Amsterdam. My work focuses on the regulation of private power on the Internet, and particularly, the rules and norms that (should) govern the design and operations of computational infrastructures. Today, working alongside Dr Joris van Hoboken, I am exploring the political economy of computing with an emphasis on early developments in quantum technologies and their standardisation.

From 2021 to 2023, I was a Research Fellow at the Faculty of Laws, University College London (UCL), where (along with Dr Michael Veale) I studied the problem of infrastructural programmability from a legal-political perspective. I have a PhD in Information Law from the University of Winchester (UK) and a Master’s degree in Law and Economics from the University of Macedonia (Greece). As an accredited Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA) I have taught a wide range of subjects at the interjection of Law and Technology, including ‘Intellectual Property and Information Rights’ at the University of Winchester, ‘Information Technology Law’ at the London School of Economics, and 'Privacy, Data, and Surveillance Law' at UCL.


University College London,

United Kingdom

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