cch

CCH (Computational Creativity Hub) is a living lab where researchers, students and artists work together to brainstorm, make research and produce new approaches, methodologies, artworks dealing with the future of art. CCH is open from Monday to Thursday from 10 AM to 12 PM and from 2 PM to  6PM. CCH is equipped with several … Continued

Projects of AI & Art Pavillon

Smart photo Booth Presentation in Luxembourg Science centerWithin this project, we developed a playful and interactive intelligent machine – the Smart Photo Booth – where the users in LSC experimented with AI, and learn about the process of how intelligent machines are trained. Read moreProject Title: Automatic mixed paintingType of the project: inter AI performance … Continued

List of projects

Several projects are ongoing in AI Robolab: AI & Art Pavillon EXPECTATION COLLABORATION 21 (C21) programme

Open living lab videos

Exposition : A robot

Open living lab pictures

Pictures

Thibaud Latour

Thibaud Latour is Head of Outreach and EU Affairs at the Luxembourg Institute of Science and Technologies (LIST). He holds a PhD in Theoretical Computer Chemical-Physics and explored various aspects of educational technologies, computer representation, exploitation, and communication of knowledge between humans, machines, and their physical environment during his research career at LIST as Head … Continued

Present activities

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Future activities

Exhibition – Imaginary Landscapes Thu 19 May 2022 14:00 – 18:00 Maison du Savoir, Computational Creativity Hub, 2, avenue de l’Université, L-4365, Esch-sur-Alzette Belval “Imaginary Landscapes” is an art project created by internationally famous Spanish artist Sergio Albiac. It is an interactive live portrait art installation which uses generative code and deep neural networks to … Continued

Past activities

Call for opening event of Living Lab AI & ART pavilion project On March 11, 2022, the opening event of the Living Lab AI&ART pavilion project as part of Esch 2022 took place at the Computational Creativity Hub of the University of Luxembourg on Belval campus. The event enables students and artists to discuss in … Continued

Activities

Rachele Carli

Rachele Carli is a PhD candidate in the Law, Science and Technology course at the Alma Mater Research Institute for Human-Centered AI (University of Bologna), co-tutele ICR group and AIRoboLab (University of Luxembourg), since November 2020. Her research is focused on the themes of acceptability, trust and deception in social robotics, with particular attention to … Continued

Adam Kaliski

Website Manager Website Manager Adam Kaliski is a PhD student at ICR group. He joined the ICR group in April 2021, and his research is in nonmonotonic logics/defeasible reasoning, with interests in AI and logic.  

Eliott Bonte

Eliott Bonte is a bachelor student in the computer science department at the University of Luxembourg, developer and assistant involved into the AI & Art pavilion project and is in charge in the implementation of DEUS ex MACHINA project, an artwork project aimed at making conversation between two religion chatbot.

Thiago Jorge Bourscheid

Thiago Jorge Bourscheid joined the AI Robolab in 2020 as a BSP student. He then started working on the AI & Art Pavilion under the supervision of Amro Najjar and Daniel Karpati. He works on the game corner.

Fatima Zahra Fathi

Fatima Zahra Fathi is a master's student in the computer science department at the University of Luxembourg, research assistant involved into the AI & Art pavilion project and helping three local artists in the implementation of their artwork projects. She is in charge of Einstein project, Mirror project and Dall E-made project.

Grégoire Danoy

Dr. Grégoire Danoy is a Research Scientist at the University of Luxembourg (UL) and Deputy-Head of the Parallel Computing and Optimisation Group (PCOG). His current research interests include artificial intelligence techniques applied to unmanned autonomous systems (e.g., drones), satellite communications, vehicular networks, bioinformatics, high-performance and cloud computing.

Collaborations

Partners from the university BicsLabThe 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. Read moreVR/AR LabThe VR/AR Lab is part of the Department of Computer Science (DCS) at the … Continued

C21 Project

Funded by the Fonds National de la Recherche Luxembourg in the framework of their partnership block grant programme IPBG, the University of Luxembourg has created the COLLABORATION 21 (C21) programme. It teams up researchers from the University with Cisco – the world leader in collaboration technologies and SCRIPT – Luxembourg’s national agency for innovation and … Continued

AI & Art seminar

Artificial intelligence (AI) is generally all about making computers and robots capable of doing things that only humans have done so far, it has already fueled many academic fields as well as industries. In the field of artistic creation, AI has demonstrated its great potential and gained popularity. AI art refers to art generated with … Continued

AI Robolab Group!

Recent News From March 1, 2022, every week, Monday through Thursday, we invite interested students to visit the CCH (Computational creative Hub) living lab in person to engage with students involved in AI&ART projects. Please visit the AI Robolab website for more information on the living lab and its opening hours. In 18-19 March 2022, … Continued

Machine learning equipment: Tensorbooks

Tensorbooks are Machine learning ready-to-use laptops whose configuration is optimized to be used by students/researchers interested in machine learning applications

NAO Robots

Autonomous, programmable humanoid robot developed by Softbank Robotics. NAO is used for research and teaching purposes.

Pepper robots

Pepper is a semi-humanoid robot manufactured by SoftBank Robotics (formerly Aldebaran Robotics). The AI Robolab uses Peppers in applications inspired from the Robocup@home as well as robot recommender system. The AI Robolab is happy to provide support for researchers interested in using Pepper robots. AI Robolab is equipped with 2 Pepper robots.  

QT Robots

QTrobot  is a robot developed by the LuxAI which is a spinoff of the University of Luxembourg. QTrobot Expressive Humanoid Social Robot. QT has been originally developed to provide therapy for autistic children. But is today used for AI Research and teaching. QTRobot is designed to be used by everyone since it offers Code-Less Programming … Continued

test

Thu 19 May 2022 14:00 - 18:00 Maison du Savoir, Computational Creativity Hub, 2, avenue de l'Université, L-4365, Esch-sur-Alzette Belval “Imaginary Landscapes” is an art project created by internationally famous Spanish artist Sergio Albiac. It is an interactive live portrait art installation which uses generative code and deep neural networks to move us into a... … Continued

Teaching

Courses AllAI EthicsTeachingAll          AI Ethics          Teaching           2021-01-31Selected topics of AI Course(STAI)Overview The course is a postgraduate series of seminars addressing selected topics of artificial intelligence. The course is structured into two branches. The AI Robolab is responsible for Branch II: AI Ethics and Explainability. AI Ethics and Explainability With the widespread use of sophisticated AI applications,researchers started … Continued

Selected topics of AI Course(STAI)

Overview The course is a postgraduate series of seminars addressing selected topics of artificial intelligence. The course is structured into two branches. The AI Robolab is responsible for Branch II: AI Ethics and Explainability. AI Ethics and Explainability With the widespread use of sophisticated AI applications,researchers started to study the underlying ethical principles guiding these … Continued

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 … Continued

Project Photobooth (2021-2022)

Machine Learning & Arts: The Smart Photo Booth Within this project, we want to develop a playful and interactive intelligent machine - the Smart Photo Booth - where the users can experiment with AI, and learn about the process of how intelligent machines are trained. AIMS To motivate teenagers and younger audiences to engage with … Continued

AI & Art Pavilion (2020-2022)

Within the context of the Esch2022 European capital of culture, our project proposal for an AI & Art pavilion has been accepted. The project is cofounded by Esch22 and the university of Luxembourg. PI: Prof. Leon van der Torre. Therefore, the AI Robolab will be responsible for the organization of an AI & Art pavilion … Continued

Project EXPECTATION(2021-2024)

Project EXPECTATION (2021-2024) Accepted. EXPECTATION is s CHIST-ERA (ERA-NET and FET supported project) on eXplainable AI (XAI) entitled: Personalized Explainable Artificial Intelligence for decentralized agents with heterogeneous knowledge. Partnerts The project involves 4 partners: University of Luxembourg (PI: Prof. Leon van der Torre), HES-SO, University of Applied Sciences and Arts Western Switzerland, Alma Mater Studiorum … Continued

AI & ART

This pillar started at the AI Robolab, when a workshop on AI and Art was organized by the AI Robolab at the university of Luxembourg. Later, in 2020, our project proposal has been accepted by the Esch22. Therefore, the AI Robolab will be responsible for the organization of an AI & Art pavilion that will … Continued

AI and Ethics

With the widespread use of AI applications, AI Ethics emerged as research domain aiming to investigate fairness, accountability, and transparency of the more and more sophisticated AI systems. This move is supported several recent initiatives originating from national, international as well as industry stakeholders are being developed to investigate the ethical dimension of these AI … Continued

Social Robots

Social Robotics aims to improve the robots’ social capabilities and enable robots to work alongside with humans by providing emotional, cognitive and social cues to encourage the user(s) development and achieving a given goals. Social robots tackle the challenges of motivating the end-users, coaching, entertaining and rehabilitating by focusing on non-physical interaction. Our contributions in … Continued

AI Robolab Group!

Recent News From March 1, 2022, every week, Monday through Thursday, we invite interested students to visit the CCH (Computational creative Hub) living lab in person to engage with students involved in AI&ART projects. Please visit the AI Robolab website for more information on the living lab and its opening hours. In 18-19 March 2022, … Continued

AI&Art pavilion Kick off event

Thibaud Latour is in charge of Outreach and European Affairs activities at the Luxembourg institute of Science and Technology (LIST). He holds a PhD in Theoretical Computer Chemical-Physics from the University of Namur (Belgium), specialised in molecular mechanics and dynamics as well as in applications of AI techniques to polymer catalysis. He joined the Informatics … Continued

AI for Artists Registration Form

We are looking for artists in all disciplines such as contemporary art, photography, drawing, design, music, digital arts, land art, and more. AI Robolab invites local artists to the AI course “Elements of AI” and workshops. Artists will be given free but substantial training via multiple sessions.   Entry Fee: No   Acceptance Criteria: First … Continued

Call for Researchers submission form

Call for Researchers Name(required) Email address(required) Affiliation(required) Do you have a project idea(required) Yes No If you are interested in AI & Art in general but you don't have a particular idea please choose "No" Please explain your idea (max 500 words)(required) Please assess the risk of failure and the technical feasibility of your project(required) … Continued

Call for Artists submission form

Call for Artists Name(required) Email address(required) Please upload a short CV (see requirements below)(required) Browse... The short CV should highlight: 1- your previous experience in art-related project 2- your previous experience in teaching 3- your involvement in local art projects in Luxembourg 4- your expertise & knowledge of digital arts Maximum size 10MB, Maximum pages: … Continued

Daniel Karpati

Daniel Karpati is the project co-ordinator and programme creator for the AI&Art pavilion for Esch2022 and related events. Having a diverse background ranging from Philosophy and Mathematics to EU Politics his research interest lies in the cross-section of AI and Ethics. He obtained his MSc degree at the London School of Economics and Political Science … Continued

Christoph Schommer

Vice head of the lab Professor Christoph Schommer studied Artificial Intelligence in Saarbrücken before working at IBM R&D and IBM Software Group for 8 years. During the same period, he completed a Ph.D. in Medical Informatics at the Goethe University Frankfurt/Main. In October 2003, Christoph was appointed Associate Professor at the University of Luxembourg. Christoph’s interests … Continued

Leon van der Torre

Founder and head of the lab Professor Leon van der Torre is a full professor of computer science at the university of Luxembourg since 2006. Deontic logic, agreement technologies, normative systems and cognitive robots are his main research interests. Prof. van der Torre is the leader of the ICR research group. He has been the … Continued

Activities

AI Robolab Activities Exhibition – Imaginary Landscapes 2022-05-05 Automatic Mixed Painting 2022-05-05 Dying Avatar Dance 2022-04-25 Dying Avatar 2022-04-19 Pictures and Videos of opening living lab ceremony 2022-03-15 Smart photo Booth Presentation in Luxembourg Science center 2022-03-02 Project Title: Automatic mixed painting 2022-02-24 Project Title: PURIFICATION 2022-02-24 Project Title: Plantasmagoria 2022-02-24 Project Title: AI critique … Continued

Shohreh Haddadan

Website Manager Shohreh Haddadan is a PhD student at ICR group. Having joined ICR group in September 2017, participating in the digital history and hermeneutics doctoral school at University of Luxembourg, she has been working on Argument Mining from political debates data.

Sana Nouzri

Post-doc Researcher Dr Sana Nouzri was an assistant professor in computer science at Cady Ayyad University Marrakech from 2015 to 2020. She received her PhD degree in computer science from the Cady Ayyad University in 2014. She conducted researches on information system development using an agent-oriented approach based on models. The major emphases of her … Continued

Amro Najjar

Manager of the lab Dr. Amro Najar Is a postdoctoral research associate at the AI Robolab and the ICR research group. Social robots, multi-agent systems, agreement technologies, and explainable artificial intelligence are his main research interests. In 2015, Dr. Najjar received a PhD in AI and multi-agent systems from Ecole des Mines de Saint-Etienne, in … Continued

Teaching

2020:2021 Winter Semester: Supervision of 2 BSP project for the first year student. Use the rules of Game of Life by using some initial configurations, observing how it evolves and generating music. Supervisor Nouzri Sana Resolve Rubik’s cube by using Reinforcement learning (Q-Learning). Supervisor Nouzri Sana Seminar in the profile "Intelligent Systems" : Branch II: … Continued

Publications

2021 1- Calvaresi, D., Cid, Y. D., Marinoni, M., Dragoni, A. F., Najjar, A., & Schumacher, M. (2021). Real-time multi-agent systems: rationality, formal model, and empirical results. Autonomous Agents and Multi-Agent Systems, 35(1), 1-37. 2- Alaa Daoud, Hiba Alqasir, Yazan Mualla, Amro Najjar, Gauthier Picard and Flavien Balbo. Towards Explainable Recommendations of Resource Allocation Mechanisms in … Continued

Management

Leon van der TorreFounder and head of the labFounder and head of the lab Professor Leon van der Torre is a full professor of computer science at the university of Luxembourg since 2006. Deontic logic, agreement technologies, normative systems and cognitive robots are his main research interests. Prof. van der Torre is the leader of … Continued

AI Robolab Group!

Recent News Revolution Slider Error: Slider with alias posts-slider not found. Maybe you mean: 'posts' or 'homepage-posts' or 'post-slider' or 'projects-slider' or 'test' or 'homepage' See all activities... Our mission AI Robolab is part of the Department of Computer Science (DCS), Faculty of Science, Technology and Medicine (FSTM) at the University of Luxembourg. We are a … Continued