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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Stockholm University

Stockholm University (SU) is one of the world’s top 100 higher education institutes and the region's centre for higher education and research within science, the humanities and the social sciences. The SAYSO project will be placed at the Law Faculty and attached to The Swedish Law & Informatics Research Institute (IRI), a research unit focusing on the interactions between law and ICT. IRI plays a role in the global community of law and IT specialists and presently has a staff of ca 15 full‐time professors, PhD students and associated researchers. IRI has since long taken part in international and national research projects. Inter alia on automated legal decision making, data protection and privacy enhancing technologies, e‐government, intellectual property rights in digital environments, legal aspects of information standards, proactive law and regulatory techniques, trust, legal risk analysis, secure legal information management and disaster management.

Role in the project

In SAYSO, SU will provide legal and ethical expertise and analyse proposed solutions with respect to legitimacy and compliance with legal, ethical and social standards.

Personnel involved

LL.D., Prof. Peter Wahlgren

Director, The Swedish Law and Informatics Research Institute

Faculty of Law, Stockholm University, SE-106 91 STOCKHOLM, Sweden

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