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The BicsLab aims at supporting business incubation for selected BiCS students, host selected Bachelor Semester Projects. It offers a framework to develop industrial collaborations and provide an initial R&D support structure for selected BiCS students.


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

COmputational INteraction (COIN)

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

Chatbot Lab

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


For outreach projects, the AI Robolab works closely with the Scienteens lab. Notably, this collaboration includes: FNR PSP Classic entitled the “Smart Photobooth”. This is an AI & Art (Neural Style Transfer) project developed for the AI & Art Pavilion. FNR PSP Flagship project (under-review).


The AI Robolab is involved in several collaborations with the C2DH. This is both in the framework of Esch22 and in PRIDE proposals for the DTU.

The User Lab

The AI Robolab has been involved in several projects with the User Lab led by Vincent Koenig. These projects include the AI & Art pavilion and the C21 project.

Partners from Luxembourg


A spin-off from the university, the AI Robolab continues to collaborate with LuxAI and uses their Robot QT. This is done for research project, teaching and outreach activities.


The SCRIPT (Service de coordination de la recherche et de l’innovation pédagogiques et technologiques) is one of the driving forces of educational development in Luxembourg, responsible for an ever-increasing multitude of missions. The AI Robolab works with SCRIPT in the context of the C21 project.


The AI Robolab is involved in several collaborations with the Luxembourg Institute of Technology (LIST). This include project proposals, publications (with The knowledge-based and context-aware adaptive systems team), and event organisation (e.g.,BNAIC2021) activities.

Partners from the Europe

Robotics Group at University of León (Spain).

The AI Robolab continues to collaborate with the Robotics group at the university of Leon, Spain. In particular, our work is focused on robots research and applications.

Umea University (Sweden)

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.

Department of Informatics, Science and Technology, UniBo (Italy)

The AI Robolab works with the team of Prof. Andrea Omicini from department of Informatics, Science and Technology. The work is within the EXPECTATION project and addresses mainly explainable AI and interpretable machine learning.

Ozyegin University (Turkey)

The AI Robolab works with with the team of Reyhan Aydogan from Ozyegin university on topics related to Multi-agent systems negotiation and explainable AI. This collaboration has resulted in several publications and an accepted project proposal (EXPECTATION).

AISLab-HESSO (Switzerland)

The Applied Intelligent Agents Lab (AISLab) is a lab in the HES-SO university, Switzerland. AISLab is applying Intelligent Agent and Multiagent techniques to healthcare. The AI Robolab has been collaborating with AISLab for several years on multi-agent systems, intelligent healthcare, eXplainable AI (XAI), and food recommender systems and e-coaching. The output of this collaboration include: … Continued

CIAD (France)

CIAD (Connaissance et Intelligence Artificielle Distribuées) is a public research laboratory attached to the UTBM, Belfort, France. The AI Robolab collaborates with CIAD to address to topics related to smart transport systems, UAVs and explainable AI. This collaboration has results in more than 10 peer-reviewed publications, project proposals, and research visits.

International Partners

Zhejiang University, Hangzhou (China)

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.

School of Information Management, Victoria University of Wellington (NZ)

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.


Within the context of the C21 project, the AI Robolab collaborates with Cisco to develop AI-Supported Digital Collaboration. Starting from November 2021, the AI Robolab and Cisco will co-supervise a PhD student who is going to spend 25% of time in Cisco and the rest at the AI Robolab.