The European research center of Xerox

Xerox Research Centre Europe (XRCE) creates disruptive technologies that transform businesses by making their processes more automated, intelligent and agile. Research in artificial intelligence, machine learning, computer vision, data analytics, natural language processing and ethnography is combined with deep industry expertise in many sectors.
XRCE has a long term strategic partnership program, provides research as a service and collaborates in European Union and government projects.

Open Xerox is the place where you can experiment with technologies being developed in the Xerox labs around the globe.

What's new at Xerox Research Centre Europe
Pressbook entry
Intelligence artificielle en France : la carte des laboratoires; Journal du Net (JDN)
Best Full Paper at the 7th International Learning Analytics and Knowledge Conference


Congratulations to Ágnes Sándor for the Best Full Paper Award at LAk17!

David B. Martin Best Paper Award - ECSCW 2017

The David B. Martin Best Paper Award has been established in collaboration with the ECSCW committee. This award is sponsored by the Xerox Research Centre Europe in memory of the late Dr. David Martin.

David was a devoted member of the ECSCW community and Associate Editor of the CSCW journal.

The 15th European Conference on Computer Supported Cooperative Work (ECSCW 2017) will take place in Sheffield (UK), 28th August to 1st September 2017.
European Chapter of the Association for Computational Linguistics (EACL) 2017; Valencia, Spain

3rd - 7th April 2017

  • A Language-independent and Compositional Model for Personality Trait Recognition from Short Texts, Fei Liu, Julien Perez  and Scott Nowson presented by Fei Liu. 
  • Gated End-to-End Memory networks, Julien Perez and Fei Liu presented by Julien Perez.
  • Dialog State tracking, a machine reading approach using memory networks, Julien Perez and Fei Liu presented by Julien Perez.  
39th European Conference on Information Retrieval; Aberdeen, Scotland UK
High-level information representation in the web of things
Start date: 6th April 2017, 11:00am
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Speaker: Gilles Privat, senior research scientist at Orange Labs, Meylan, France