Tilburg University, DCA (Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence)

About CSLab - Research

The Computational Sensemaking Lab (CSLab) focuses on how to ‘make sense‘ in the context of complex information and knowledge processes. This is enabled using computational methods for analysis, interpretation, and intelligent decision-support. By collecting and analyzing rich data to transform our understanding of individuals, organizations, and societies, we aim at augmenting human intelligence for assisting the involved actors in all their purposes both online and in the physical world.
Our research focuses on:

CSLab is mainly based at the Department of Cognitive Science and Artificial Intelligence (DCA) at Tilburg University, but with its association to the Jheronimus Academy of Data Science (JADS), also integrates a number of associated researchers from JADS.


Papers accepted at AfCAI (Affective Computing and Context Awareness in Ambient Intelligence) 2018:

Selected Publications


The CSLab provides the VIKAMINE project for subgroup discovery and analytics, and the ConnectU software platform for enhancing physical and digital interactions, for connecting things, people, and minds.
ConnectU is based on Ubicon -- an extensible framework for building and hosting applications targeting both social and ubiquitous environments (see Conferator, EveryAware).
(c) 2018 Martin Atzmueller