Tatjana Evas is a Legal and Policy Officer at the European Commission DG Connect. Her current work at the Commission focuses on the regulatory framework for artificial intelligence and the Coordinated Plan on AI, with a particular focus on the mobility sector. Before joining Commission Tatjana was Policy Analyst in the European Parliamentary Research Service, where, among other things, she scientifically coordinated European Parliament’s public consultation on Robotics and AI (2017), published European Added Value Assessments on Liability of Autonomous Vehicles (2018), on European framework on ethical aspects of AI, robotics and related technologies (2020) and civil liability regime for AI (2020), as well as a Cost of Non-Europe Study on AI in Transport (2020). Prior to joining European public service, Tatjana hold various research and academic positions including at the Columbia Law School, Riga Graduate School of Law, Tallinn University of Technology, Jean Monnet Centre for European Studies, Bremen and European University Institute, Florence. She holds PhD in European Union Law from Bremen University, Germany.