Faculty:Faculty of Business and Law
Department:School of Economics, Finance and Law
Areas of Expertise: Law
Courses taught: Law
Aysem is a Senior Lecturer in Chelmsford. She specialises in competition law, IT law and EU law.
Before entering academia, Aysem worked as an In House Counsel for several international companies.
Aysem obtained her PhD from the University of Essex. Her doctoral research entitled’ An analysis of Article 102 Treaty on the Functioning of European Union in dynamically competitive industries: prospects for change?’ draws on European competition law, IT law, IP law and economics in order to assess the suitability of the current EU competition law to digital media companies such as Google.
Aysem is particularly interested in the interaction and interplay between competition law/IT law and technology.
Aysem is currently supervising three PhD students in topics in the areas of European Union law, competition law, IT law and commercial law.
University of Essex Social Sciences Doctoral Scholarship (2009-2013)
Diker Vanberg, A & Unver, M.F., 2017. The Right to data portability in the GDPR and EU Competition Law: Odd Couple or Dynamic Duo? European Journal of Law and Technology, 8(1), 2017.
Diker Vanberg, A. and Ozkan, A.F., 2013. Yesterday Microsoft, Today Google: Product Designs in High-Tech Markets and Challenges for Competition Law. Competition Journal, 4(1), 2013.
Diker Vanberg, A., 2012. From Archie to Google - Search engine providers and emergent challenges in relation to EU competition law. European Journal for Law and Technology, 3(1), 2012.
Aysem regularly attends and presents in law and education related conferences and seminars on a range of subjects including but not limited to Competition Law, EU Law and IT Law. Some of her recent presentations are listed below: