The lab is proud member of the following consortia:

The Brussels Human Robotics Research Center, BruBotics, is a joint initiative of 8 research groups of the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) sharing a common vision: improve our quality of life through Human Robotics. Together we strive to take the next step in Human Robotics by breaking boundaries. By combining expertise in engineering, life, computer and social sciences on the topic of Human Centered Robotics, BruBotics enables cross-boundary and cross-industry innovation opening endless possibilities.


(IB)2 is a collaborative bio-informatics research environment in Brussels.

The goal of the (IB)² is to bring together research groups in and around Brussels requiring bioinformatics and computational biology expertise. (IB)² is an interuniversity, cross-faculty (Medicine, Sciences, and Applied Sciences) collaborative space located on the La Plaine campus of the Université Libre de Bruxelles.

The European Association for Artificial Intelligence EurAI (formerly ECCAI) was established in July 1982 as a representative body for the European Artificial Intelligence community. Its aim is to promote the study, research and application of Artificial Intelligence in Europe.


Claire’s main goal is to strengthen AI research and innovation in Europe. To achieve this, we call for the establishment of a Confederation of Laboratories for Artificial Intelligence Research in Europe (CLAIRE), comprising a network of centres of excellence, strategically located throughout Europe, and a new, central facility that serves as a hub, providing state-of-the-art infrastructure, and fostering the exchange of ideas and expertise. We believe this is necessary and suitable for maintaining and building European excellence in AI.


iCity Brussels is a technology hub focused on research, development, innovation and valorization. We help Brussels emerge as the ICT Heart of Europe.

Funded by the ERDF and Innoviris and as a joint initiative of ULB, VUB and SIRRIS, is entirely devoted to strengthening Research and Innovation in Information and Communication Technologies (ICT) in Brussels. It has already launched R&D ICT projects in several key domains like education, e-Health, mobility, Internet of Things or 5G.


AI4EU is the European Union’s landmark Artificial Intelligence project, which seeks to develop a European AI ecosystem, bringing together the knowledge, algorithms, tools and resources available and making it a compelling solution for users. Involving 80 partners, covering 21 countries, the €20m project kicked off in January 2019 and will run for three years. AI4EU will unify Europe’s Artificial Intelligence community. It will facilitate collective work in AI research, innovation and business in Europe. By sharing AI expertise, knowledge and tools with the Platform, AI4EU will make AI available to all.