Welcome to the AI Robolab Group!

AI RoboLab is part of the Computer Science and Communications (CsC) unit in the University of Luxembourg. We are a group of researchers (faculty and students) interested in creating autonomous behaviours for social and assistive robots.

The Team

History

The group was founded in 2009  to promote inclusive social robotics in fields like psychotherapy, physiotherapy and education.  Since then, the group has been working in the research and development of different solutions for improving human quality life. AI Robolab fosters the use of AI and social robots in schools and high schools as a tool beyond traditional educational methods to create more inclusive classrooms. 

Since its creation, AI Robolab took part of Luxembourgish national events like Researchers' days, Science days or Students days promoted by FNR and other Luxembourgish public entities in order to show current advances to all learners visiting our stands.

One of the most successful milestones in AI Robolab is LuxAI spin-off company. The startup uses the latest advancements in Artificial Intelligence and robot-therapy in building the social robot QT to assist people.

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News

AI Robolab - Open Doors - Event

On Monday, 14th of May 2018, AIrobolab opened its doors toward the researchers from the University of Luxembourg, to showcase its activities in the field of social robotics and human-robot interaction. For further information see the video

HRI 2018 - Chicago

On March 6-9, 2018, The AIrobolab attended the Human-robot interaction conference, which took place in Chicago. In this conference AIrobolab presented the next research: 

  • Emotional Robots for Coaching: Motivating Physical Rehabilitation using Emotional Robots, presented in HRI 2018 Workshop on  Personal Robots for Exercising and Coaching

Also in collaboration with the INSIDE department of the University of Luxembourg, AIrobolab participated in the workshop  Social Human-Robot Interaction of Human-care Service Robots :

  • A comparison between a person and a robot in the attention, imitation, and repetitive and stereotypical behaviors of children with Autism Spectrum Disorder, Andreia P. Costa, et al. presented in the HRI 2018 Workshop on Social Human-Robot Interaction of Human-care Service Robots

Science Festival 2017

Science Festival 2017

On November 2017 took place in Luxembourg the 11th edition of the Science Festival. It was organized by the National Museum of Natural History (Mnhn) and the National Research Fund (FNR). There, AI Robolab attended with the session "Je suis un robot et je suis votre professeur". More Info ...

Collaboration: AI Robolab and C.E.E. Ntra. Sra. Del Sagrado Corazón

Collaboration: AI Robolab and  C.E.E. Ntra. Sra. Del Sagrado Corazón

The AI robolab has started a pilot project to use QT Robot in the school. In this case the teachers of the  C.E.E. Ntra. Sra. Del Sagrado Corazón (León, Spain) started to adapt part of the curriculum to use QT Social robot as a tool for teaching grooming tasks to improve the personal autonomy skills in a group of kids with special needs.

AI Robolab in the European Robotics League 2017, León, Spain

AI robolab As a part of Outsiders Team, participated in the Local Tournament on the European Robotics League Service Robots (ERL-SR) challenge in the University of Leon (Spain) from March 13 to 17 th, 2017.

AI Robolab at HRI 2017 Vienna, Austria

The 2017 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction (HRI2017) took place in Vienna, Austria, March 6–9, 2017. AI Robolab were attended to this conference of Human-Robot Interaction to show the current research on development.

Student fair 2016 – Luxembourg

AI Robolab collaborated with the promotion of  BiCS (Academic Bachelor in Computer Sciencie) in the last student fair of Luxembourg.

Seminar: European Robotics Week

AI Robolab will take part of the next European Robotics Week making a seminar about robotics competitions.

Researchers’ Days 2016

Researchers’ Days 2016

Last week took place the Researchers’ Days in Esch/Belval, Luxembourg’s ‘headquarters’ for research and innovation.