Delaram Golpayegani, a PhD researcher at ADAPT in Trinity College Dublin, and an early-stage researcher in PROTECT, a European training network funded under Marie Skłodowska-Curie Action, has been nominated for a Standards+Innovation Award in the Individual category. The Standards+Innovation Awards acknowledge and celebrate the important contributions of Researchers, Innovators and Entrepreneurs to Standardisation.
Nominated by NSAI (National Standards Authority of Ireland), Delaram Golpayegani is also a Committee Member of the National Standards Authority of Ireland (NSAI) National Standards AI Committee; and she has been involved in Artificial Intelligence (AI) standardisation activities at both European and international levels. Her research aims to explore how semantic web technologies can be utilised for expressing, documenting, and sharing risks associated with development and use of AI systems according to the proposed AI regulations, international and European standards, and trustworthy AI guidelines.
The award is presented to an individual researcher or innovator who successfully introduces their research outcome or innovation into standardisation, thereby creating impact for their work. Nominations for these awards comes from the CEN and CENELEC national members of the 34 European countries.
More information: https://www.cencenelec.eu/get-involved/research-and-innovation/cen-and-cenelec-activities/s-i-awards/list-of-nominees-2023/