Tatjana Evas is a Policy Analyst in the European Parliamentary Research Service and Associate Professor of EU and Comparative law (on leave) at Tallinn University of Technology. In 2011, she received Bremen Studienpreis Award for best PhD Thesis is social science and humanities. She has extensive professional experience including at the Columbia Law School, New York; Riga Graduate School of Law; Center for Policy Studies, Budapest; Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies, Bremen and European University Institute, Florence. She is author of severa publications on prestigious national and international journals. Her current research work focuses on the regulation of new technologies, use of AI technologies in courts, and methodology for impact assessment. Most recently she scientifically coordinated European Parliament’s public consultation on Robotics and Artificial Intelligence(2017) and published European Added Value Assessment on Liability of Autonomous Vehicles (2018)


Mihalis Kritikos is a Policy Analyst at the European Parliament working as a legal/ethics advisor on Science and Technology issues (STOA/EPRS). He is also a Fellow of the Law Science Technology & Society Programme of the University of Brussels (VUB-LSTS) and a visiting Lecturer at the College of Europe. Mihalis is a legal expert in the fields of EU decision-making, food/environmental law, the responsible governance of science and innovation and the regulatory control of new and emerging risks. He has worked as a Research Programme Manager for the Ethics Review Service of the European Commission, as a Senior Associate in the EU Regulatory and Environment Affairs Department of White and Case (Brussels office), as a Lecturer at several UK Universities and as a Lecturer/Project Leader at the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA). He also taught EU Law for several years at the London School of Economics and Political Science (LSE).