The VR/AR Lab is part of the Department of Computer Science (DCS) at the University of Luxembourg. It is operated by the Collaborative and Socio-Technical Systems (COaST) group with the aim of developing and exploring immersive mixed-reality experiences, novel context-aware applications and distributed virtual environments. The AI Robolab is involved in different research collaborations with … Continued
The group, led by Prof. Luis Leiva uses computational methods and data-driven models to enable, support, explain, and improve any kind of user interaction. In particular, our work addresses both fundamental and applied research activities in the following areas: Human-Computer Interaction, with a strong focus on computational user interface design and interactive input techniques. Machine … Continued
Artificial Companions and Chatbots Luxembourg Lab is a community of researchers, students and professionals working in the fields of Dialogue Systems, Conversation Analysis, Social Sciences, Psychology, Language Technology and Education with the focus on long-term human-machine interaction and conversational interfaces
The AI Robolab plays a major role within the context of ZLAIRE. The AI Robolab collaborates with the institute of logic and cognition led by professor LIAO Beishui from Zhejiang university, Hangzhou, China. This collaboration includes organising events, research seminars, project proposals, and research papers.
The AI Robolab conducts strong collaboration with the School of Information Management at the victoria university of Wellington and its head Prof. Michael Winikoff. With Prof. Winikoff, we have organized several editions of the EXTRAAMAS workshop and edited a series of Springer volumes on explainable agents and robots.
The AI Robolab has a strong collaboration with the XAI team led by Prof. Kary Framling from Umea university. The outputs of this collaboration include several high-ranking publications, and the organization of EXTRAAMAS, a workshop on co-located with AAMAS that addresses the latest developments in explainable agents and robots.