Adapting and using SIENNA results
SIENNA will actively contribute to the development of new approaches to address the different ethical and legal issues of emerging technology. This includes a structured effort to generalise and adapt results to other areas.
- Adapt and extend the scope of SIENNA ethical and legal analysis to other emerging technologies.
- Develop step-by-step guidance on how to move from ethical analysis to codes and operational guidelines.
- Develop methodology for reconciling citizens and scientists' different views and interests.
- Develop a sustainability plan to ensure buy-in from stakeholders and use of SIENNA results after the project ends.
More information and contact
Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights
Zuzanna Warso, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights
Zuzanna Warso is responsible for the legal and human rights research, and she is coordinating the work on generalizing the project’s results. Since 2011 she has been working as a lawyer at Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights. In her work she explores intersections of human rights and technology, with a particular focus on the issue of women’s rights. Zuzanna Warso passed the bar exam in April 2017. She is a member of the Women’s Rights Group by the Polish Bar Council. In 2017, she was been awarded the Marshall Memorial Fellowship by the German Marshall Fund of the United States.
Konrad Siemaszko, Helsinki Foundation for Human Rights.
Rowena Rodrigues, Trilateral Research (deputy coordinator)
Rowena Rodrigues, Research Manager, joined Trilateral Research in 2011. Her areas of expertise and research interests include: privacy and data protection (law, policy and practice), privacy certification, security and surveillance, comparative legal analysis, regulation of new technologies, ethics and governance of new and emerging technologies, and responsible research & innovation. She has published book chapters in Policy Press, Routledge, Springer and articles in journals such as the Computer Law & Security Review, European Journal of Social Science Research, International Data Privacy Law, International Review of Law, Computers and Technology and the Journal of Contemporary European Research. At Trilateral, she has contributed in various capacities to EU research projects (e.g., SATORI, PULSE, IRISS) and provides consultancy to the private sector. Rowena Rodrigues has a PhD in law from the University of Edinburgh. She leads SIENNA's work on methodological and theoretical foundations.
Anaïs Rességuier, Trilateral Research
Anaïs Rességuier is Research Analyst at Trilateral Research focussed on the ethics of new technologies. Her main research interests include the interface of the ethical inquiry and the social sciences and how societal challenges can be addressed; the socio-political implications of emerging technologies; and responsible research and innovation. She previously conducted research in the humanitarian sector and on the concept of care more generally. She has completed a PhD in Political Theory from Sciences Po Paris. She holds an MA in Philosophy from the Sorbonne University and a MSc in Forced Migration from the University of Oxford.
European Network of Research Ethics Committees
Lisa Tambornino, European Network of Research Ethics Committees
Lisa Tambornino studied philosophy, psychology and law at the University of Bonn. She obtained her PhD in philosophy in 2013. She has more than ten years of experience in working in interdisciplinary fields – in research, writing/editorial, project management and teaching. She was researcher and lecturer at the Jülich Research Centre and the German Reference Centre of Ethics in the Life Sciences. Currently, she is research assistant at the EUREC Office. EUREC will lead the development of the SIENNA proposals and will contribute in many other ways to the projects access, e.g. by definig the approach for analysis and development of research ethics protocols and professional ethical codes and creating a survey of REC approaches and codes for human enhancement. EUREC represents RECs and associations of RECs in nearly all EU Member States. EUREC will work with the other partners and its own members to develop operational guidelines for research ethics for the three technologies.