STIRData Partners

The STIRData Consortium has been set up around a core group of data experts from public administrations and technical experts. The list of partners can be found below.

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  • National Technical University of AthensCOORDINATOR

    The National Technical University of Athens is the oldest educational institution of Greece in the field of technology, and has contributed unceasingly to the country’s scientific, technical and economic development since its foundation in 1836. The Intelligent Systems, Content & Interaction Lab (ISCIL) was established in 1989, in the School of Computer and Electrical Engineering and the Institute of Computer and Communication Systems of NTUA. ISCIL has a leading expertise in theoretical and experimental aspects of machine learning and intelligent systems, related to analysis of information, knowledge extraction & representation, adaptation to context and extensive collaborative, coordinating and administrative experience. Since 2004, ISCIL is the main body that drives technological progress forward in the fields of digitisation, documentation and identification of cultural content on a national and European scale, actively participating as a technical partner in the creation and development of the European Digital Library - Europeana.

  • Univerzita Karlova

    The School of Computer Science at the Faculty of Mathematics and Physics at Charles University brings its expertise with linked and open data, data interoperability, semantic data modeling and government data gained in numerous national and international research and applied research projects. Their tools for linked data publication and processing are used by institutions of public administration and universities both in the Czech Republic and worldwide.

  • Masarykova Univerzita

    Masaryk University is the second-largest public university in the Czech Republic. The Institute of Law and Technology is an academic institute of the Faculty of Law of Masaryk University and the first academic centre in the Czech Republic that focuses on technology law. For over ten years, the Institute of Law and Technology team has been involved in research and teaching of topics relating to technology law, such as copyright, personal data protection, e-government, PSI, cybercrime, cyber security, legal informatics and others.


    The Norwegian Digitalisation Agency is the Norwegian government’s foremost tool for faster and more coordinated digitalisation of the Norwegian public sector. The Norwegian Digitalisation Agency is subordinate to the Ministry of Local Government and Modernisation. The role of rule setter within digitalisation, expertise within information security, responsibility for the operation of common IT solutions, the Co-Financing Scheme and innovation scheme Stimulab, as well as the Authority for Universal Design of ICT, are all part of the Norwegian Digitalisation Agency.

  • Registerenheten I Bronnoysund

    The Brønnøysund Register Centre develops and operates many of the nation’s most important business registers and provides national guidance and services for businesses. The Brønnøysund Register Centre engages in data-driven development in close cooperation with the business community to simplify for business and industry, and has the ambition to be the government’s most important instrument for simplification for the businesses. The Brønnøysund Register Centre is a public agency under the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Fisheries in Norway and performs a number of tasks for other ministries as well. It has 450 employees and its budget is part of the national budget.

  • Ministry of Digital Government

    The Ministry of Digital Governance is a new unit of public administration which for the first time brings together all the critical IT and telecommunications structures related to the provision of electronic services to citizens and the wider digital transformation of the country. Furthermore, the purpose of the Ministry is before the conversion of any process to digital, to simplify it first in order to avoid the digitization of the bureaucracy. Until now, digital politics, e-government and citizen service have been in different organizational units. At the same time, the critical state information systems were scattered, resulting in parallel or even contradictory planning, overlapping projects and the waste of public money in general. Now, the unified structure at the operational level comes to correct the fragmentation of units and systems that affects the quality and cost of services provided. Of course, the above scheme presupposes the continuous and uninterrupted cooperation between ministries and agencies as the purpose of this Ministry is precisely the interoperability at all levels.

  • Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry

    The Athens Chamber of Commerce and Industry (ACCI) is a public agency founded in 1919. It promotes trade by acting as an advisor to the Greek Government, offering educational services to its members as well as others, organizing trade missions, acting as an information hub for trade and companies, and offering several publications (mainly electronically). ACCI maintains Business Registry for Athens region, which interoperates with National Business Registry (GEMI). It also maintains the Exporters registry, and the Commercial Representatives registry. ACCI currently represents 108.000 commercial and industrial enterprises, and employs approximately 180 employees.

  • Thinkcode Ltd.

    ThinkCode is a start-up company that designs and develops custom intelligent solutions and high-end software products by adopting and applying cutting-edge Artificial Intelligence technology into real-word applications. Its services span a great range of applications from Image Annotation and Named Entity Recognition to Audio Annotation and Crowdsourcing. ThinkCode does not limit itself to developing and applying AI algorithms to images, text and sound, but produces high quality visualisation tools for any of the above services. This is achieved through intuitive graphical user interfaces, conforming to strict design principles in order to improve the user experience, thus resulting in a complete end-to-end AI software service.