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Centre for Computational Educational Sciences

Head – Dmitry Abbakumov

Deputy Head – Daria Kravchenko

Manager – Elizaveta Zemlyakova

Contacts

105056, Moscow
21/4 bld. 1, Staraya Basmannaya st., office 215
tel. 8 (495) 771-32-32 ex. 23554

The Centre's main directions of work are:

  • organization, coordination and implementation of work with the data of educational environments in terms of using advanced computing capabilities to understand and solve learning problems;
  • design and development of psychometric and educational analytics services;
  • design and development of solutions in the field of adaptive learning and adaptive diagnostics, navigation and recommendation solutions in training;
  • creating recommendations for the improvement of educational products based on data;
  • development of methodological materials, organization and holding of seminars, master classes, workshops and other events in the field of our competence;
  • representation of the University at Russian and international conferences and other events in the field of computational education sciences.

News

The Centre for CES held the second international online seminar. The purpose of the workshop is to form a community of researchers and discuss together issues at the intersection of educational sciences and computational methods
June 26
The journal "Psychologica Belgica" published an article by Dmitry Abbakumov co-authored with Piet Desmet and Wim van den Noortgate
May 30
On April 9, the Centre for CES held the first international online seminar. The purpose of the workshop is to form a community of researchers and discuss together issues at the intersection of educational sciences and computational methods
April 10
The journal "Applied Measurement in Education" published an article by Dmitry Abbakumov co-authored with Piet Desmet and Wim van den Noortgate
March 04
In September, Dmitry Abbakumov, Head of the HSE University’s Centre for Psychometrics in eLearning, defended his PhD dissertation on the psychometrics of mass open online courses (MOOCs) at KU Leuven (Katholieke Universiteit Leuven, Belgium). HSE News Service spoke with Dmitry Abbakumov about his dissertation and its significance for the development of psychometrics in Russia.
September 20, 2019
The website ‘Modern Digital Educational Environment in the Russian Federation’ has integrated an automated service for psychometric data analysis, which helps to improve the quality of educational content and the effectiveness of studying by analyzing the ‘digital footprints’ of students enroled in online courses.
September 28, 2018
Dmitry Abbakumov is the first researcher from a Russian university to present their work at the Psychometric Society conference, founded in 1935. He told the HSE new service about his study of online learning and why Russia has not played a major role on the international psychometrics scene – until now.
July 25, 2018
The HSE Centre for Psychometrics in eLearning is currently developing techniques, tools, and automated services for psychometric analysis of online courses as part of the project ‘Modern Digital Educational Environment in the Russian Federation’. In this respect, HSE was the winner of a competition held by the Russian Ministry of Education and will receive a grant for developing analytical approaches for e-learning.
August 30, 2017
assignments from HSE online courses published on the National Open Education Platform were analyzed by the HSE Centre for Psychometrics in eLearning in a month.
July 05, 2017
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