PhD Seminar: "Mathematical models, methods and software for the formation of adaptive content for online educational resources"
When: November 24, 9:30–10:50
First speaker: Dmitrii Aldunin, PhD graduate
For obvious reasons, e-learning has been one of the most urgent topics of the past two years. The report is devoted to how to mathematically describe the e-learning process, present formation of individual learning trajectory as a Boolean programming problem, use the most effective solver to solve this problem on a real-size data, and how to get such data.
Second speaker: Max Ryabinin, first-year PhD student (Faculty of Computer Science), will present his PhD research proposal.