LeCycl22: Delivering Sensing Technologies for Education and Learning
Andrew Vargo is a research assistant professor in the Graduate School of Informatics at Osaka Metropolitan University. His research focuses on supplements for learning, work, and collaboration through ubiquitous sensing technologies.
Victoria Abou-Khalil is a postdoctoral researcher at the Center for Project-Based Learning at ETH Zurich. She studies the effects of technologies on learning, learning in low-resource settings, and the effectiveness of project-based learning.
Shoya Ishimaru is a junior professor in computer science at the University of Kaiserslautern. He leads the Psybernetics Lab, an interdisciplinary research group investigating human-computer interaction, machine learning, and cognitive psychology toward amplifying human intelligence.
Benjamin Tag is a postdoctoral research fellow at the School of Computing and Information Systems at the University of Melbourne. His research focuses on the conceptualization of digital emotion regulation, the investigation of human cognition using biometric sensors, and psychological test methods.
Mathilde Hutin is a junior researcher at the French Interdisciplinary Laboratory for Digital Sciences LISN of Université Paris-Saclay, a laboratory specialized in human-machine interaction, data sciences, language technologies, computer sciences and energy mechanics. She investigates the linguistic correlations between human-human and human-machine interaction as well as technological support to language learning.
Andreas Dengel is the Executive Director at the German Research Center for Artificial Intelligence (DFKI) in Kaiserslautern and the Head of the Smart Data Knowledge Services Research Department at DFKI, as well as Head Chair for Artificial Intelligence at the Technical University of Kaiserslautern. His main research interests are in the areas of machine learning, pattern recognition, immersive quantified learning, data mining, and semantic technologies.
Laurence Devillers is Professor of computer science applied to humanities and social sciences at Sorbonne University, director of research of "Affective and social dimensions of spoken interactions with (ro)bots and ethical issues" at LISN-CNRS (Paris-Saclay). She
is a specialist in machine learning (neural networks, deep learning), automatic speech processing and Human-Machine dialog, and affective computing. She is head of the AI chair: "HUman-MAchine Affective Interaction Ethics" of the DATAIA Saclay Institute as well as a founding member of the HUB France IA, member of the Global Partnership on AI (GPAI) on the future of work.
Koichi Kise is a Professor in the Department of Core Informatics, Graduate School of Informatics, and the director of the Institute of Document Analysis and Knowledge Science (IDAKS) at Osaka Metropolitan University, Japan. He is also the director of Japan
Laboratory, German Research Center for AI (DFKI). His major research activities are in the analysis, recognition, and retrieval of documents, images, and activities.