Sunil Choenni

Lector Future Information & Communication Technology

Sunil Choenni is lector bij het Kenniscentrum Creating010. Sunil is actief binnen het project Data Driven Society. Daarbinnen voert Sunil onderzoek uit naar transparantie van algoritmen, big data analytics, blockchain en toepassingen van blockchaintechnologie en privacy and security engineering.

Sunil is sinds mei 2008 actief binnen het Kenniscentrum Creating010.

Hij is afgestudeerd in theoretische informatica aan de TU Delft en gepromoveerd in databasetechnologie aan de Universiteit Twente. Na zijn promotie is hij werkzaam geweest bij verschillende onderzoeksinstituten en universiteiten op het gebied van informatica en toepassing van informatica. Naast zijn lectoraat, is hij hoofd van de afdeling Statistische Informatievoorziening en Beleidsanalyse (SIBa) bij het Wetenschappelijk Onderzoek- en Documentatiecentrum (WODC) binnen het ministerie van Justitie en Veiligheid. Hij publiceert regelmatig (met leden van zijn onderzoeksgroep) op het gebied van forecasting, e-government, cybersecurity en informatiemanagement en is hij lid van tal van programmacommissies en editorial boards.

Publicatie(s)

Van Sunil Choenni

Development and use of data-centric information systems to support policymakers: applied to criminal justice systems

Developing, Implementing and Evaluating a Web Interface in the field of e-government

Facebook weet alles? Nou ja, voorspellen is zo makkelijk nog niet

Design Principles for Improving the Process of Publishing

On the Interaction between Forecasts and Policy Decisions

Reconciling Contradictions of Open Data Regarding Transparency, Privacy, Security and Trust

On the barriers for local government releasing open data

Exploiting Data for Supporting Developing Countries

Embedding human values into information system engineering methodologies

Privacy and security in smart data collections by citizens

On using obligations for usage control in joining of datasets

A framework for dynamic data quality management

Privacy and information sharing in judicial setting: a wicked problem

Dynamic data quality management framework using issue tracking systems

Fraud indicators applied to legal entities: an empirical ranking-approach

De SunnyApp

Open data ontsluiten via het dataspaceprincipe

A study of preventing email (spear) phishing by enabling human intelligence

Privacy protection in data sharing: towards feedback solutions

Integrating Semi-Open Data in a criminal judicial setting

Compressing large amounts of netflow data using a pattern classification scheme

Management of data quality related problems: exploiting operational knowledge

On addressing privacy in disseminating judicial data: towards a methodology

Meeting open data halfway: on semi-open data paradigm

On design and deployment of two privacy-preserving procedures for judicial-data dissemination

Elapsed Times in Criminal Justice Systems

On usage control in relational database management systems: obligations and their enforcement in joining datasets

Maturing pay-as-you-go data quality management: towards decision support for paying the larger bills

On enabling Smart Government: a legal logistics framework for future criminal justice systems

Bringing the research lab into everyday life: exploiting sensitive environments to acquire data for social research

Research skills for computer engineering undergraduates in Dutch Universities of Applied Sciences

Exploring a warrior paradigm to design out cybercrime

Legal logistics: a framework to unify data centric services for a smart and open justice

Exploiting big data for evaluation studies

Exploiting data analytics for social services: on searching for profiles of unlawful use of social benefits

Camera Use in the Public Domain: Towards a ”Big Sister” approach

Big data: hype of toekomst?

A conceptual framework for addressing IoT threats: challenges in meeting challenges

Onderzoeksvaardigheden voor informaticastudenten (Bachelor)

Emergent Technologies in Mixed and Multimethod Research

Incorporating Mobile Technologies

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