The Individual and Collective Reasoning Group (ICR) is an interdisciplinary research team at the University of Luxembourg which is driven by the insight that intelligent systems (like humans) are characterized not only by their individual reasoning capacity, but also by their social interaction potential. Its overarching goal is to develop and investigate comprehensive formal models and computational realizations of individual and collective reasoning and rationality.
ICR is anchored in the Lab for Intelligent and Adaptive Systems (ILIAS) of the Computer Science and Communications unit (CSC), and involved in the Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SnT). The group, which is led by Leon van der Torre, currently counts more than 15 researchers and is strongly engaged in international cooperation.
Our areas are normative multi-agent systems, autonomous cognitive agents, computational social choice, and the foundations of logic-based knowledge representation and reasoning.
Symposium: "A Decade of ICR"
This year, our "Individual and Collective Reasoning" research center will have been flourishing for already 10 years. In order to celebrate this memorable event, and to discuss future plans, we are going to organize the Symposium “A Decade of ICR”, which will take place
March 17-18, 2016, in Luxembourg-City,
where we hope for nice and interesting presentations from former and current ICR-members. Visit the symposium website for more information.