Dr. Nynke Vellinga works as a postdoc researcher at the Faculty of Law of the University of Groningen. She received her PhD in 2020 for the dissertation ‘Legal Aspects of Automated Driving. On Drivers, Producers, and Public Authorities’ from the same university. After her doctorate, she has continued her research in the field of autonomous mobility and law. Vellinga’s research focuses on legal questions surrounding traffic law, liability, insurance, vehicle requirements, data protection, and cybersecurity. In addition, Vellinga is currently international research fellow at the Information Society Law Center (ISLC) of the “Cesare Beccaria” Department of Legal Sciences, University of Milan. Moreover, Vellinga was appointed editor of a technical report on ethical and legal considerations of continual monitoring of the ITU Focus Group on Assisted and Automated Driving.