Mag. Thomas Buocz

Mag. Thomas Buocz

Thomas Buocz has been a research associate at the Institute of Law since 1 March 2018. His main interests and research areas are technology and innovation law, media law, and legal theory. At the Institute of Law, he works within the Horizion2020 research project SCALINGS.

He studied law at the University of Vienna and completed a semester abroad at the University of Copenhagen. While studying, Thomas Buocz worked as a research assistant at the Institute of Constitutional and Administrative Law at the University of Vienna and at the Institute of Law at BOKU University. Furthermore, he gained experience as a legal assistant at the Vienna law firm Maria Windhager, as a local representative of the third district of Vienna, and as an intern at the Verfassungsdienst im Bundeskanzleramt (Section for Constitutional Matters at the Austrian Chancellor’s Office).

Thomas Buocz is currently spending a research semester abroad (funded by a Marietta Blau Grant of the Austrian Federal Ministry of Education, Science and Research) at the Law School of the Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.

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CV and Publications


Dr. Jack Stilgoe, "How experiments become futures: Social learning for self-driving cars"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 27. Juni 2019
Report (PDF)

Global Governance and Innovation: Law and Science Fiction
Workshop, 22 August 2018
Report (PDF), with Sophia San Nicolò

Prof. Alain Strowel, "From the Cloud to the Edge: New Ways for Data Appropriation"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 25 October 2018
Report (PDF)

Prof. Sheila Jasanoff, "Distributed Selves: Technology and Rights in the Digital Age"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 25 April 2018
Report (PDF)

Prof. William Nikolakis, "Advancing the Social Pillar of Sustainability: Insights from the Natural Resources Sector"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 17 November 2016
Report (PDF), with Annemarie Hofer

Dr. Wolfgang Urbantschitsch, LL.M., "Energy Markets - Current Issues of Regulation"
LTS LunchTimeSeries, 25 May 2016
Report (PDF), with Stefan Steininger

Autonomous Driving & Law
Conference, 4 May 2016
Report (PDF), with Lisa Müllner