Date: 17 th June
Time: 13:30 to 15:30 CET
The industry event will be a 2 hours session including the following components:
- Presentation of the 4 accepted papers
- Panel discussion: the opportunities research- industry collaboration
- R&D Industry pitches and meet and greet
The event will partially be co-hosted by the Dutch month of AI & Education which is organized SURF and the NL AI coalition. For this particular even the local Edtech community in Utrecht will be approached by the hub FOM Midden-Nederland. The communication will be shared in broader channels in the Netherland and the event will be opened up for registered AIED participants and registered participants in the Dutch AI & Education month.
13:30 Presentation of the 4 accepted papers
- Jung Hoon Kim, Jineon Baek, Chanyou Hwang, Chan Bae and Juneyoung Park. Condensed Discriminative Question Set for Reliable Exam Score Prediction.
- Jinglei Yu, Jiachen Song, Yu Lu and Shengquan Yu. Back to the Origin: An Intelligent System for Learning Chinese Characters.
- c. Jeffrey Matayoshi, Eric Cosyn and Hasan Uzun. Evaluating the Impact of Research-Based Updates to an Adaptive Assessment.
- Stephen Fancsali, Martina Pavelko, Josh Fisher, Leslie Wheeler and Steven Ritter. Scaffolds and Nudges: A Case Study in Learning Engineering Design Improvements
14:30 Panel discussion: the opportunities research- industry collaboration (30 minutes)
Radboud University, The Netherlands
Carnegie Learning, USA
Derek Lomas, PhD
CEO Playpower Labs, Inc & Assistant Professor Human-Centered Design, Industrial Design Engineering, TU Delft, The Netherlands
Jason Juneyoung Park, PhD
(주)뤼이드 I Riiid! Inc., Korea
15:00 Industry pitches and meet & greet session
We ask industry to sign up for 1 minute firehose pitches about their products and when they have questions pose them to AIED researchers. After pitches there is a Meet&Greet in GatherTown to further support discussion between industry & researchers.
Below the proposed order for the pitches. The session will be moderated by Inge Molenaar (Associated professor, Radboud University, The Netherlands) and Steve Ritter (founder of Carnegie Learning, USA).