The public PhD defence of Pejman Sajjadi will take place on Monday April 24 at 16:00h in Auditorium D.2.01. Title of the thesis is "Individualizing Learning Games: Incorporating the Theory of Multiple Intelligence in Player-Centered Game Design"
Jente Rosseel, master student of WISE, selected as member of the Start it-community by Start it @kbc, the largest incubator of Belgium.
Start it @kbc, the largest incubator of Belgium, selected 38 start-ups out of as many as 143 business proposals. The start-up of Jente Rosseel, Elewa, is one of them. Jente started with the development of the software for Elewa during his studies and is now writing his master thesis on the topic under the supervision of Prof. Olga De Troyer of WISE. For the business aspects he was coached by Prof. Marc Goldchstein from the Technological Entrepreneurship Department of the VUB.
Start it @kbc will accompany the start-up to achieve its business and the team can benefit from the different services offered by Start it @kbc.
The press release can be found on https://startitkbc.prezly.com/start-it-kbc-stelt-nieuwe-lichting-start-ups-voor-en-onthult-ambities-2017.
More information on Elewa can be found on http://elewa.co.ke/. Elewa means "To understand." Jente and his business partner believe in a meaningful and enjoyable education for everyone. Therefore, they help schools deliver high quality education. They empower teachers and simplify educational processes.
The public PhD defence of Ahmed A.O Tayeh will take place on October 21 at 17:00 in D.2.01. Title of the thesis: A Dynamically Extensible Cross-Document Link Service
The WISE research group has two assistant positions available.
An assistant will spend around half of his/her time to teaching (exercises for bachelor and master courses, assisting with labs, projects and theses). The other half should be spent to research. The candidate is expected to work on a PhD.
A Master in Computer Science, Master in Mathematics with a minor or specialization in Computer Science, or Master in Engineering with a minor or specialization in Computer Science is required.
One position will be in the context of Adaptive or Intelligent Serious Games, or Serious Game Analytics, the other position will be in the context of Large Scale Data Analytics
More information on the vacancy as well as how to apply can be found on:
The thesis topics for 2016-2017 are now online and can be found here.