Dr. Patrice CaireUniversity of Luxembourg
Interdisciplinary Center for Security and Trust (SnT)
Latest in the news, "Un Copain en Cas de Pepin - Une maison connectee pour sauver des vies" [article], " "Meet Niloo - the future of home help" [Watch the video], and on YouTube. Portrait of Patrice Caire by Sciences.lu [watch the video]
- FNR Award for Outstanding Promotion of Science to the Public 2013 [Announcement], [watch the demo]
- Best Research Paper Award at the 21st IEEE International Requirements Engineering (RE) Conference, Rio de Janeiro 2013 [Press Announcement]
- Best Research Paper Award at the International Conference on Agreement Technologies, Beijing 2013
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Research Associate at the University of Luxembourg Interdisciplinary Center for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT), in the Automation Research Group of Prof. Holger Voos. Project lead on the MUDAM-VdL project (Robotic museum tour guide) and CoPAInS project (Conviviality and Privacy in Ambient Intelligence Systems). Vice-PI and project lead on the POST Luxembourg Smart Home project.
Research Fellow in Prof. Patrick Heymans' group at the PReCISE research centre, Computer Science department, University of Namur (FUNDP), Belgium.
PhD in computer science, graduated with grade “Outstanding” under Prof. van der Torre, Luxembourg University, ICR group.
- 3-year project with the city of Luxembourg on the topic of conviviality in artificial social systems based on a actual use cases provided by the city of Luxembourg.
Master of Science in Computer Science from New York University under Prof. Dr. Jack Schwartz. Research Assistant at NYU Media Lab. Special Interest Topic: "Non-verbal Communication over the Internet".
Stanford Research Institute - SRI, California, Virtual Reality Lab: Lead the Cyberhead VR project. Previously, experience in the industry, e.g. Information Architect at Scient (San Francisco) and Netscape / AOL-Time Warner (Mountain View, California). MFA, AKA, Vienna, BFA, ENSAAMA, Paris. Examples of P. Caire work with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and installations: Crash! Art Implants Reject Emotions (CAIRE), and Compressed Adventures Inhibiting Robotic Emotions (C.A.I.R.E. 93).