Vincent Aleven

Vincent Aleven is an associate professor and director of the undergraduate program at Carnegie Mellon University's Human–Computer Interaction Institute.wikipedia
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Ryan S. Baker

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Aleven has mentored many prestigious postdocs and PhD students, including Amy Ogan, Ryan S. Baker, Matthew Easterday, Martina Rau, and Ido Roll.
Baker has co-authored peer-reviewed scientific papers with around 300 other scientists, including Neil Heffernan, Vincent Aleven, Arthur C. Graesser, George Siemens, and Dragan Gasevic leading to him being listed as one of the most collaborative scientists in his field.

Carnegie Mellon University

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Vincent Aleven is an associate professor and director of the undergraduate program at Carnegie Mellon University's Human–Computer Interaction Institute.

Human-Computer Interaction Institute

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Vincent Aleven is an associate professor and director of the undergraduate program at Carnegie Mellon University's Human–Computer Interaction Institute.

Carnegie Learning

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In 1998, he co-founded Carnegie Learning, Inc., a Pittsburgh-based company that markets Cognitive Tutor math courses that include intelligent tutoring software.

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At Carnegie Mellon University, Aleven's research focuses on intelligent tutoring systems and educational games.

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At Carnegie Mellon University, Aleven's research focuses on intelligent tutoring systems and educational games.

Microsoft

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Aleven was named a top author in Computer Education by Microsoft.

Delft University of Technology

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Vincent Aleven attended the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) from 1980 to 1988, graduating in 1988 with a Master of Science degree in computer science.

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Vincent Aleven attended the Delft University of Technology (TU Delft) from 1980 to 1988, graduating in 1988 with a Master of Science degree in computer science.

University of Pittsburgh

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He then attended the University of Pittsburgh from 1989 to 1997, where he earned a PhD in Intelligent Systems.

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Since then, he has been conducting research, specializing in artificial intelligence, intelligent educational systems, cognitive modeling, learning and metacognitive skills, and case-based reasoning.

Pittsburgh Science of Learning Center

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The PSLC is led by Kenneth Koedinger and Charles Perfetti, and includes many other notable scientists, including Vincent Aleven and David Klahr.

Kenneth Koedinger

He has had many prestigious graduate students and post-doctoral fellows, in particular Neil Heffernan and Vincent Aleven.