Start Alexander Hoogenboom at ITEM
The Institute for Transnational and Euregional Cross border cooperation and Mobility / ITEM is pleased to announce that mr. drs. Alexander Hoogenboom has join ITEM as scientific coordinator as of 1 September 2016.
As scientific coordinator, Alexander’s main focus will be on making ITEM’s research visible through the ITEM knowledge base, on coordinating the casuistry issues submitted to ITEM, and on the scientific content with regards to ITEM’s subsidy applications.
Alexander (1987) holds a Bachelor’s and Master’s degree in European Law (cum laude) at Maastricht University (including civil effect), as well as a Master’s degree in European Studies (merit) at the London School of Economics and Political Science. He is specialised in the four freedoms of the European Union (EU), EU Migration Law, the EEC-Turkey Association Agreement, EU/European Human rights, EU Competition law, EU State aid law and the Dutch Higher Education law.
Alexander has already worked for ITEM as a junior researcher, where he, in addition to his ongoing PhD Research, focused on e.g. received casuistry issues, subsidies and research. His PhD Research focuses on the balance between the free movement of students on the one hand, and the protection of national higher education systems on the other hand. Alexander will complete his PhD research in October 2016. Within that context, a substantive seminar will be organized on 17 October 2016, entitled ‘Applying EU law to higher education policy’.
ITEM is currently working hard to realize a knowledge base with optimal usability for its end users. Through this knowledge base, ITEM’s knowledge acquired out of scientific and interdisciplinary research will be disclosed. The casuistry questions that are currently being submitted to ITEM through the institute’s e-mail address (item[at]maastrichtuniversity[dot]nl) will also be linked to ITEM’s knowledge base.
Mr. drs. Alexander Hoogenboom
Institute for Transnational and Euregional cross border cooperation and Mobility / ITEM
Bouillonstraat 1-3 / room D1.201-c
6211 LH Maastricht