No, sorry but I have no contacts there. But try to contact them by mail or phone. Many universities are happy to get real projects for their students or researchers to take part in.
It’s rather unusual to use fencing at forest regenerations in Sweden. Even if it should be good at many places because of hard pressure from deere and moose eating seedlings and damaging silviculture ambitions. But fencing is used from time to time in the south to be able to plant hardwood seedlings. To do hardwood plantation is almost useless without fence because of the game.
Seeding is not used very often. Almost only for pine regeneration but it’s maybe some 3-5 % of the annual regeneration. If seeding is used, it’s always after scarification where mineral soil is exposed that seeds can be placed there at optimal growing conditions.
What kind of species do you intend to use? Is it soft- or hardwood? I guess that seeds of proper provenance also will be expensive if you compare with seedlings?