Author: Caitlin Iverson

Martina Rau on Learning with Visuals

Lucid Faculty, Educational Psychology Professor, Director of Learning, Representations, & Technology Lab as well as Computer Sciences Affiliate, Martina Rau is interested in educational technologies to support more effective learning with visuals. While we generally think of visuals as helpful

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Poolmate: Pool-Based Machine Teaching

Poolmate provides a command-line interface to algorithms for searching teaching sets among a candidate pool. Poolmate is designed to work with any learner which can be communicated with through a file-based API. Developed by Ara Vartanian (aravart@cs.wisc.edu), Scott Alfeld (salfeld@amherst.edu),

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LUCIDtalks: Machine Learning with Ayon Sen

As part of our LUCID program, the graduate students meet weekly and discuss topics that are interesting to both the computation and behavioral graduate students. In this video Ayon provides an overview of Machine Learning in 20 minutes. Ayon explains linear

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Apply to LUCID!

We are currently accepting applications for Fall 2018! Please read at our LUCID overview and diversity statement Details for how to apply to the LUCID program at UW–Madison: 1. Apply to UW-Madison at Graduate School 2. Apply to a Ph.D. program

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Watch Our LUCID Video

Our new LUCID video demonstrates our collaborative learning approach to tackling the real-world projects. This video highlights the LUCID program and focusses on four pedagogical approaches: interdisciplinary groups, practical problems, prof-and-peer mentoring, and science communication.

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HAMLET

HAMLET  (Human, Animal, and Machine Learning: Experiment and Theory) HAMLET is an interdisciplinary proseminar series that started in 2008. The goal is to provide behavioral and computational graduate students with a common grounding in the learning sciences. Guest speakers give a

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eLUCID8

THANK YOU to all who contributed to the success of eLUCID8! Data Science and Human Behavior  |  In the Lab and In the Wild Wisconsin Institute for Discovery, Madison, WI August 14th – August 15th, 2017 eLUCID8 featured interactive presentations,

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CogSci 2018 Poster Design Contest for $100

Would you like to see your artwork displayed across the nation and the globe? Support a prestigious international scientific conference? Have a chance to win a cash prize of $100? If so, please submit your poster design for CogSci 2018

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Rogers explains semantic impairments with neural networks

Using neural networks to understand healthy and disordered semantic cognition In this video Tim Rogers explains how artificial neural networks can help to explain puzzling patterns observed in patients with a rare form of dementia in which knowledge about the meanings

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