We are proud to partner with a number of renowned organisations on research projects that aim to understand and solve some of the complex societal issues facing the world today. 


The STAMINA project will develop a decision support tool and policy guidelines to better equip pandemic crises management practitioners at national and regional levels


The STAR II project supports SMEs in complying with the GDPR.


The STRATEGY project generates policy guidelines to standardise crisis management solutions across Europe.

Suvivor’s Engagement

The survivor's engagement project seeks to include the voices of survivors of modern slavery and human trafficking in the upcoming The Modern Slavery Strategy.


TechEthos analyses the growing ethical challenges of new technologies to prioritise ethics and societal values in the design, development and deployment of emerging technologies


TRACE supports Law Enforcement Agencies in their fight against organised crime and terrorism by developing AI solutions to disrupt illicit money flows


TRACE supports governments and authorities to prevent and combat human trafficking by providing state of the art information on the profile of human traffickers and on the trafficking business.

TRIM Air Quality Project

Urban air pollution remains a serious environmental problem, and as urban air quality declines, the risk of health issues such as stroke, heart disease, lung cancer, as well as chronic and acute respiratory diseases increase.


The TRIPS project involves end-users in the design of new accessible mobility solutions to empower people with disabilities.


The TRUST aWARE project enhances people’s trust in software and the position of the EU’s digital market by protecting the security and privacy of internet users.

Understanding crime victims’ experience

Trilateral Research is supporting the Irish Policing Authority to help protect victims of crime by researching the experiences of their interactions with the Irish police.

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