How can we tailor learning situations to the learners in the best possible way and help them to achieve their educational goals in the long term?
At the interdisciplinary intersection of psychology, education and computer science, we combine cognitive theories on instructional design with psychological methods and algorithms from artificial intelligence to answer this question.
Our resulting intelligent educational technologies can adapt to the learners and their contexts and thus provide them with optimal support.
In addition to developing intelligent systems, we focus on critically reflecting emerging implications on society. Related to this perspective, we participate in the Stuttgart Research Focus "Interchange Forum for Reflecting on Intelligent Systems" (SRF IRIS).