The SAYSO Consortium is composed of 12 partners from 8 different European countries (Austria, Belgium, France, Germany, Greece, Luxembourg, Sweden, and the United Kingdom).
The SAYSO partners have extensive experience in European collaborations, in particular in the area of Civil Protection. The SAYSO consortium will be coordinated by THW (Federal Agency for Technical Relief) and will include 3 practitioner‐users ensuring a strong practitioner‐user focus for the project and 9 expert users specialised in the different fields relevant for the project (procurement, standardisation, ICT architecture, human factors, ethics and legal aspects).
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The Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST) is a Research and Technology Organisation active in the fields of materials, environment, and IT. LIST mission is to contribute to Luxembourg's reputation and country's socio‐economic development. To this end, LIST participates in several national and European competitive research programmes. Thanks to activities in applied research and technology transfer, LIST supports companies in their innovation projects, contributes to the setting up of new companies in Luxembourg and offers scientific support to national policy making in order to forecast and support societal changes.
LIST will bring its extensive knowledge in requirements capture, collaborative systems, human‐factors and ICT systems applied to human‐factors analysis, data visualisation, crisis management training and environment systems.
In SAYSO; LIST is the Human‐Factors partner and will contribute to the requirements collection work in WP1 using recognised approaches drawn from experiences in the TARGET project and others. LIST will also provide human factors guidance and gap analysis within WP2 which will result in the development of the roadmap. LIST will also provide guidance on issues relating to the dissemination work within WP4. Within the same department at LIST expertise on environmental disasters is also available.
Dr Rod McCall
e-Science Research Unit, Environmental Research and Innovation Department (ERIN) - Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technology (LIST)