CNRS – Sophia Antipolis
CNRS, specifically the Laboratoire d’Informatique, Signaux et Systèmes de Sophia Antipolis, has a long-standing collaboration with the University of Luxembourg.
CNRS (Sophia Antipolis) is partner and work package leader in the H2020 project MIREL, coordinated by the University of Luxembourg and a partner in the Erasmus Mundus International Doctorate in “Law, Science, and Technology” (LAST-JD).
The researchers at CNRS (Sophia Antipolis) working with the University of Luxembourg, in particular Serena Villata, are mostly specialized in Artificial Intelligence, with an interest in knowledge representation and reasoning. Specifically, they mostly work on argumentation theory, the process of creating and verifying arguments for and against competing claims to support decision making, as well as on normative multi-agent systems and legal reasoning, the area of Artificial Intelligence and Law where open issues of reasoning about the compatibility and composition of licensing items using deontic logic are addressed.