Research Groups

Research Groups

Machine Learning groups in The NetherlandsA large number of researchers and research groups are active in the broad area of machine learning, ranging from Bayesian inference, to robotics and neural networks. Collected is a brief overview, the researchers can be contacted for more information.

Algorithmic Data Analysis – Universiteit Utrecht

The Algorithmic Data Analysis group focusses on the theory and algorithmics of the extraction of information from data. Guiding the research are important applications in, for example, the biomedical domain.
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Algorithms Cluster, Leiden

The Algorithms cluster of computer science institute LIACS of Leiden University performs fundamental research on methods and techniques for algorithm design and analysis, with an emphasis on natural computing and data mining algorithms.
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AMLab Amsterdam Machine Learning Lab

amlabThe Amsterdam Machine Learning Lab (AMLab) conducts research in the area of large scale modelling of complex data sources.
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APS Group / AI Groningen, Rijksuniversity Groningen

The autonomous perceptive systems group of the institute for artificial intelligence of the university of Groningen is headed (2x) by prof. dr. Lambert Schomaker.
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D-CIS Delft

The Distributed Hybrid Fusion Group (DHFG) at the D-CIS lab is focusing on the development of sound approaches to modeling and processing which support distributed information fusion and collaborative reasoning with humans in the loop.
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Information Theoretic Learning, CWI, Amsterdam

The information-theoretic learning group at CWI addresses a broad range of issues related to machine learning, both theoretically and practically, and mostly from an information-theoretic perspective.
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Intelligent Control and Robotics, Delft University of Technology

The "Intelligent Control and Robotics" group of the Delft Center for Systems and Control focuses on modular, hierarchical control systems that effectively combine state-of-the-art model-based control mechanisms...
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Intelligent Systems, Rijksuniversity Groningen

The Intelligent Systems group at the Rijksuniversiteit Groningen, headed by Prof Dr Nicolai Petkov, carries out research on intelligent systems within the grand challenge of giving computers the abilities to perceive (e.g. see), analyse, learn and enhance human creativity.
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Machine Learning Group – University of Twente

Machine Learning Research at the University of Twente focusses on the application of Machine Learning in Social Signal Processing, Biometric Identification and Text mining.
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Machine Learning Group, Radboud University Nijmegen

Dedicated to research in machine learning and artificial intelligence in general, with applications mainly to neuroscience and bioinformatics.
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Multi-agent and adaptive computing, CWI

The NWO institute Centrum Wiskunde & Informatica (CWI) carries out a number of research activities related to machine learning.
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Neuroinformatics, CWI, Amsterdam

The CWI Neuroinformatics group interfaces the fields of neuroscience with mathematics and computer science.
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Pattern Recognition Laboratory, TUDelft

Focus on the classical trinity of representation, generalization, and evaluation, being the core elements of every pattern recognition system.
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Robots, Agents, and Interaction Group, Maastricht University

The Robots, Agents, and Interaction Group of Maastricht University performs research on the design, analysis and application of systems composed of (software) robots, which pursue goals autonomously and interactively in complex environments.
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SNN Adaptive Intelligence, Radboud University Nijmegen

The Radboud University’s SNN Adaptive Intelligence research group is dedicated to fundamental research in the areas of machine learning and computational neuroscience.
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Statistics group, University of Amsterdam

The Statistics group at the Department of Mathematics of the TU/e is concerned with mathematical statistics and statistical machine learning.
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Statistics, VU University, Amsterdam

The statistics group is embedded in the Department of Mathematics and has strong links with the Department of Epidemiology & Biostatistics of the VU medical centre.
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SURFsara

As national HPC and e-Science support center, SURFsara focuses on providing a complete package of services in the field of High Performance Computing (HPC), Networking, Data Services, Visualization, e-Science Support and Cloud Services. All services SURFsara offers are free of charge for researchers associated with the Dutch research ecosystem.
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Tilburg centre for Creative Computing, University of Tilburg

Dedicated to fundamental and applied research in the areas of machine learning, pattern recognition, text analytics, image analysis and (serious) games.
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