Partners

The Xerox Research Centre Europe has been a partner of many European Union projects and French Government projects (e.g. ANR) since the 1990s. Now Naver Labs Europe, the Centre continues to collaborate with more than 100 institutions from 25 nations in government projects including H2020..

Working with other people and organisations is an important part of everyday life at Naver Labs Europe to both advance scientific research and improve innovation impact in the market. 

Naver Labs Europe has approximately 100 researchers and developers whose domains of research stretch from the social sciences to artificial intelligence. We have internationally renowned expertise in machine learning, natural language processing, computer vision, ethnography as well as data, service and process intelligence. Our people and our research are regularly recognized and awarded in international scientific conferences and industry forums. Our scientific and technical publications can be viewed in our online database.

Contact us to any questions on European Union and Government projects.

 

Our main domains of application, industry expertise and use cases relate to:

  • Urban Mobility, Sustainable Mobility, Smart Cities
  • e-Health, Personalized Health
  • Robotics
  • Creative Industries, Content and Media, Cultural Heritage
  • Collaborative Platforms, e-Science
  • e-Government

 

H2020 calls Naver Labs Europe is currently interested in participating in amongst others include: 

Topic Identifier

Topic

ICT-25-2016-2017

Advanced robot capabilities research and take-up

MG-4.1-2017

Increasing the take up and scale-up of innovative solutions to achieve sustainable mobility in urban areas

 

Please contact us if you are looking for a partner in one of these Horizon 2020 calls.

 

Our scientific and technical competencies include:

  • Machine Learning and Optimization: Data Structures, Semantic Modeling, Dependency Modeling; Big Data Analytics, Predictive Modeling & Analytics; Machine Learning, Deep Learning, Neural Networks, Domain adaptation, Mechanism design, Spatial-temporal reasoning; Health Analytics; Transportation Analytiics
  • Computer VisionImage representation; Deep Learning, transfer learning; Image classification and retrieval; Object localisation and detection; Video Analytics; Scene understanding
  • Natural Language Processing, Text Analytics:Natural Language Understanding, Language Generation, Multilingualism; Deep learning for text; Information retrieval, knowledge extraction, knowledge representation and reasoning; Dialog systems; Social Media Analytics, Opinion Mining and Sentiment Analysis, Profiling
  • Process Intelligence: Domain-Specific Process Modeling, Semantic Process Modeling; Process Monitoring; Governance

 

H2020, Framework Programme (FP) and French Government Projects

 

READ (Recognition and Enrichment of Archival Documents)  This project will implement a Virtual Research Environment where archivists, humanities scholars, computer scientists and volunteers collaborate with the ultimate goal of boosting research, innovation, development and usage of cutting edge technology for the automated recognition, transcription, indexing and enrichment of handwritten archival documents.

Naver Labs Europe expertise: Document understanding, document layout analysis. Read more about our work in READ in this blog article on 'Document Analysis and Layout Using Sequential Pattern Mining Techniques' and Document Understanding.
EU framework: H2020, e-infrastructure
Social: @Transkribus

ALICIA (Adaptive Learning for Intelligent Crowdsourcing and Information Access) This project studies models and algorithms that rely on adaptive learning techniques to improve the effectiveness, performance, and scalability of user-centric applications in information access and intelligent crowdsourcing.

Naver Labs Europe expertise: Adaptive learning, social media analytics, recommendation systems
French Government: ANR Programme, CONTINT (2014 – 2018)

MOBINET  is an open, multi-vendor platform for Europe-wide mobility services (MaaS) coordinated by ERTICO-ITS Europe.  The goal is to develop, deploy and operate the technical and organisational foundations of an open, multi-vendor platform for Europe-wide mobility services. Key MOBiNET innovations address the barriers to cooperative system-enabled service deployment, including the lack of harmonised services; availability of communication means; inaccessibility and incompatibility of transport-related data; fragmentation of end-user subscription and payment services; proprietary technologies in user devices etc.

Naver Labs Europe expertise: software architecture and privacy, transportation services
EU framework: 7th RTD FP. Cooperative Systems for energy efficient and sustainable mobility
Social: @MOBINET_EU, LinkedIn: MOBiNET

PERICLES (Promoting and Enhancing Reuse of Information throughout the Content Lifecycle taking account of Evolving Semantics)  The goal of the project is to ensure that digital assets (e.g. data sets, software, media, etc.) created today will continue to be available and useful for future generations.

Naver Labs Europe expertise: dependency modeling and change management, using Semantic Web tools and standards. Received best paper award at ICSOFT 2015.
EU framework: FPT ICT
Social: @PericlesFP7, #periclesfp7, Pericles Blog

EURECA

EURECA is a EU project with the aim to build software solutions to improve interoperability among existing data systems, such as clinical trials and electronic health record systems. Oncology has been selected as the focus domain because of the incidence of cancers, the complexity of data collected and of the therapy options. As a partner Naver Labs Europe will be using its natural language processing expertise and technologies to automatically extract and semantically tag relevant medical concepts and relations from the unstructured text in patient records, clinical guidelines and trials and medical scientific literature.

Naver Labs Europe expertise: natural language processing, knowledge extraction
EU framework: FP7 ICT

 

Read more on our past EU and government projects.