AAL Project (Jan 2017-Dec 2019)
Vizier aims to develop an innovative solution that serves as an intuitive and elderly-friendly interface to popular online services and IoT appliances to empower elderly users to fully benefit from the latest technological innovations to improve the management of their daily lives and to stay physically, mentally and socially active.
H2020 Project (May 2016-Apr 2020)
GEO-SAFE aims at creating a network enabling the two regions to exchange knowledge, ideas and experience , thus boosting the progress of wildfires knowledge and the related development of innovative methods for dealing efficiently with such fires.
CTI Project (May-2016-Nov 2017)
IDDASS aims to develop solution for interpreting the user’s behaviour during a shopping session in a physical store. IDDASS will be integrated in a loyalty application running on smartphones, and combine its data with the one coming from existing e-commerce statistical analysis tools.
AAL Project (Oct 2015-Sept 2018)
SmartHeat aims to provide a system that heats your home, room by room, based on the habitants’ habits and preferences. The objective is to reach 30% savings in energy consumption while providing the same comfort.
H2020 project (Feb 2015-Jan 2018)
The GrowMeUp Project aims to provide an answer to the demographic change challenge, by utilising an affordable service robotic system able to learn the older persons needs and habits over time and enhance (‘grow up’/scale up) its functionality.
FP7 project (Dec 2013-Nov 2016)
The main aim of the Miraculous-Life project is to design, develop and evaluate an innovative user centric technological solution, the Virtual Support Partner (VSP), attending to the elder (65+) daily activity and safety needs, while the elder goes about his normal daily life.
AAL project (May 2014-Oct 2016)
CogniWin is an innovative system supporting and motivating older adults that work on computerized activities to remain active and productive by providing personalized learning assistance and well-being guidance.
AAL project (Jun 2013-Nov 2015) CaMeLi is a project seeking to provide automated services with the purpose of assisting elderly people in their daily activities and assist in the provision of a comfortable quality of care.
CASLab is part of the University of Geneva department Information Science Institute (ISI). We are active in research, technology watch, while working in the areas of Virtual Humans, Dialogue Management, Emotional intelligence, Emotion Recognition, Machine Learning, Internet of Things, Human Computer Interaction, Robotics, Privacy and security aspects. Our current focus is on the computational modelling of emotions, personality, decision-making, episodic memory and other psychology and biology inspired components with the purpose of developing human-like behaviour for expressive virtual humans and social robots. In addition we also provide our expertise in the area of design, development and deployment of ICT-based solutions.
Ambient assisted living
Human behaviour modelling
3D Virtual Environments
Internet of things
Maher Ben Moussa
On the 1st and 2nd of March 2017, the first plenary meeting for the AAL project Vizier has taken place in at Verhaert’s premises in Kruibeke in the region of Antwerp in Belgium under the leadership of CASLab.
On the 19th of January 2017, the kickoff meeting for the AAL project Vizier has taken place as an online conference. As the coordinator of the Vizier project, CASLab has led the meeting and plans for the following three years have been established
On the 13th of May 2016, the kickoff meeting for the Horizon 2020 Marie Curie RISE project GEO-SAFE has taken place in Greenwich (UK). University of Geneva was represented by Maher Ben Moussa from CASLab and by Marcello Mortillaro and Donald Glowinski from the Swiss Center for Affective Sciences.