Dr. Bert Bredeweg is an associate professor within the Informatics Institute at the University of Amsterdam leading the Qualitative Reasoning Group. His research focus is the development tools and expertise that supports the acquisition of a conceptual understanding of dynamic systems through conceptual modelling and simulation. Topics of interest include:

  • Artificial intelligence in education / Intelligent tutoring systems
  • Computational thinking / Systems thinking
  • Intelligent interaction / Human computer interaction
  • Knowledge representation and reasoning / Knowledge capture
  • Learner & User modelling / Cognitive diagnosis

The interactive learning environment DynaLearn allows for a novel form of active learning (learning by modelling). Scientists can use Garp3 to develop and test explicit conceptual (causal) representations of scientific theories and particular systems to which they apply.

Contact
Qualitative Reasoning Group
Theory of Computer Science (TCS)
Informatics Institute (II)
Faculty of Science (FNWI)
University of Amsterdam (UvA)

Visiting:
Science Park 904 (room C3.261)
1098 XH Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Mailing:
PO Box 94323
1090 GH Amsterdam, The Netherlands

E-mail: B.Bredeweg SomeMagicSign uva.nl
Phone: +31 (0)20 525 6788