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On December 6, a group of researchers from four faculties (Humanities, Law, Science, Economics and Business) went to visit a NorthC datacentre in Almere. Datacenters are the physical facilities in which large amounts of data are stored and processed, which underpin the data-driven economy.

This visit was an activity of the interdisciplinary research project ACES Digital Europe Hub which connects researchers from different faculties who study the European politics of cloud computing. It was organized by Václav Ocelík who is a PhD Candidate at Amsterdam Business School. Together with Professor Ans Kolk he carries out research on datacenters, location choice and stakeholder pressures with a view to energy efficiency and climate neutrality, one of the subprojects of the interdisciplinary project.

On the photo are (starting from the top and going from left to right): Stefania Milan, Kristina Irion, Robert Bwana, Gabriella Ferreira de Oliveira, Santos Ana Oprescu, Václav Ocelík, Eugenie Coche