23 June 2023

15:00 - 15:05

Welcome and introduction by Peter Gill

15:05 - 15:20

Strategic dependencies in light of geopolitical developments in East Asia by Joris Teer, HCSS

What are the risks if Knowledge Security is not sufficiently in place? HCSS China Analyst Joris Teer provides insights in the strategic dependencies between states and the implications if the balance in these dependencies shifts. National security is harmed if the transfer of our knowledge and technology helps the rise of rival powers. Which areas should we specifically protect?

15:20 - 15:35

Knowledge Security perspectives of Research Industry Partners by Bart Jenniskens, ASML

ASML pursues its innovation agenda and top research efforts whilst maintaining a high level of Knowledge Security. Senior Information Security Assurance Lead Bart Jenniskens shares how ASML cooperates with its knowledge partners while at the same time securing its intellectual property and preventing unwanted knowledge transfer.

15:35 - 15:50

Knowledge Security at TU Delft, programme, projects, tools and support by Peter Weijland, TU Delft

The Knowledge Security Programme implements the National Knowledge Security Guidelines, which were adopted by the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science in cooperation with other knowledge institutions in early 2022, together with the UNL’s Knowledge Security Framework from 2021.​​​​​ Programme director Peter Weijland presents the latest policies and tools.

16:00 - 16:50


Breakout 1: Geopolitical dependencies and the risks of unwanted knowledge transfer - Joris Teer, HCSS
Breakout 2: Perspective and approach of Research Industry Partners - Bart Jenniskens, ASML
Breakout 3: Open Science and Knowledge Security - Frank van der Hoeven, Programme Manager Open Science at TU Delft

16:50 - 17:00


Closure by Peter Gill

17:00 - 18:00


Please join us after the session for drinks and an informal further exchange of thoughts.