is Associate Professor at the Centre for Information and Innovation Law at the Faculty of Law, University of Copenhagen. Sebastian holds a PhD degree in Law from the University of Copenhagen (2016), a German law degree (2010) with specialization in competition, intellectual property and media law from Ludwig-Maximilians University, and a Master of Science degree (2012) in law, economics and management from University of Copenhagen and Copenhagen Business School.
Sebastian publishes at the intersection of regulation and technology, with focus on copyright law and the Digital Single Market. In April 2019, his book on “Licensing and Access to Content in the European Union: Regulation between Copyright and Competition Law” will come out with Cambridge University Press. Outside academia, he is actively involved in the startup and technology ecoysystem, for example as one of the initiators of the #CPHFTW foundation and Techfestival Copenhagen.