Nina van der Knaap
External PhD candidate
Nina van der Knaap has been a PhD student with eLaw, Center for Law and Digital Technologie since January 2013.
Nina van der Knaap has studied criminology at the Erasmus University in Rotterdam. She obtained het master in forensic criminology at Leiden University. Shortly thereafter she started working at Fox-IT, a Dutch cyber security firm. Since October 2014 she is working at the Royal Marechaussee as an investigation advisor on the topics of cyber, digital forensics and forensics. She is also connected to the Cyber Security Academy and has been since January 2014.
At eLaw, Nina is a PhD student on the topic of digital forensics in the Netherlands.
- Goudriaan H., Knaap N. van der & Smit. P. (2013), Slachtofferschap en onveiligheidsgevoelens in acht landen. Positieve veiligheidstrends in Nederland, Secondant 27(1): 7-12.
- Ren Z., Dijk D. van, Graus D., Knaap N. van der, Henseler H. & Rijke M. de (2013), Semantic Linking and Contextualization for Social Forensic Text Analysis. In: Workshop on Forensic Text Analytics (Ed.) 2013 European Intelligence and Security Informatics Conference. Uppsala: Fortan.
- Graus D., Ren Z., Rijke M. de, Dijk D. van, Henseler H. & Knaap N. van der (2013), Semantic Search in E-Discovery: An Interdisciplinary Approach.
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