Dr. Oleksandr Bulayenko is a Researcher and Education & Scientific Coordinator at the Centre for International Intellectual Property Studies (CEIPI), University of Strasbourg, France, where he is, notably, responsible for the coordination of activities of the European Intellectual Property Institutes Network (EIPIN), including the EIPIN Innovation Society, first European Joint Doctorate in Intellectual Property Law and Innovation, supported by EU Horizon 2020 programme. Dr. Bulayenko is responsible for the organisation of the CEIPI/WIPO/INPI Advanced Training Course on Intellectual Property, Technology Transfer and Licensing. His main areas of interest include copyright and related rights, collective rights management and online licensing, mass-digitisation projects, competition law, and artificial intelligence (with a specific focus on machine learning through text and data mining techniques). Dr. Bulayenko defended a thesis titled: “Ensuring Remuneration and Access to Culture in the EU Single Market: Construction of Multi-Territorial Collective Management of Copyright”. He acted as an external expert on copyright law for different organisations, including the Legal Affairs Committee (JURI) of the European Parliament, for the IP Key EU-China project (EUIPO/European Commission) and for the European Audiovisual Observatory (EAO). He joined the team of IViR as an associate staff member, notably, to carry out the Study on emerging issues on collective licensing practices in the digital environment, commissioned by the European Commission.