Joanna Kulesza specializes in international Internet law. She was a scholar of the Robert Bosch Stiftung (2001/2002), Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs (2008), Internet Governance Project (2008) and the Foundation for Polish Science (2011). She served for the European Parliament, Polish Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Council of Europe. She currently is the Membership Committee Chair of the Global Internet Governance Academic Network (GigaNet). Her 2008 dissertation on state jurisdiction in cyberspace was awarded numerous national prizes (from Polish Minister of Economy and the President of the Republic of Poland). She is the author of three monographs (including “International Internet Law”, Routledge 2012) and over 20 peer-reviewed articles in Polish and English. She has been a visiting professor with the Institut für Informations-, Telekommunikations- und Medienrecht, Westfälische Wilhelms Universität Münster (2011) and a visiting researcher with the University of Cambridge (2011). She regularly holds invited lectures at the Technical University of Lodz and at the Lodz Filmschool. Her main research interests cover limits of state competence in cyberspace, international cooperation in the field of Internet governance and the future of World Wide Web.