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Invited Speakers

Invited Speakers 邀请报告人

 


Prof. Maricar S. Prudente

De La Salle University

 

Dr. Maricar S. Prudente is presently a Full Professor 10 of the Science Education Department of De La Salle University-Manila. Professor Prudente completed her Ph.D. in Environmental Chemistry and Ecotoxicology at Ehime University as a Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (JSPS) Ronpaku Fellow. As an educator, Dr. Prudente has served as administrator in various capacities at De La Salle University and as resource person and coordinator in various training programs dealing with research, environmental issues, science education, technology integration, and educational action research. In the field of science education, Dr. Prudente’s research work is focused on action research and the integration of technology and development of 21st century skills in the teaching of science. Dr. Prudente is currently involved in an international collaborative project with Erasmus+ Foundation on Action Research To Innovate Science Teaching (ARTiST). Prof. Prudente is a recipient of the 2015 Lifetime National Achievement Award given by the National Research Council of the Philippines (NRCP). Recently, Prof. Prudente was recognized as the 2018 Outstanding Filipino JSPS Fellow in the field of Education by Department of Science and Technology of the Philippine government.

 

 

Assoc. Prof. Cai Su

Beijing Normal University

 

Dr. Cai Su is an Associate Professor at Faculty of Education in Beijing Normal University, China, Director of VR/AR+Education Lab, Visiting Scholar of Columbia University, Member of 3D Education and Equipment Professional Committee of China Simulation Federation, one of Young Talents in Beijing Colleges and Universities, 2020 Highly Cited Chinese Researcher (Education). He obtains his Bachelor and PhD degrees on computer science from Beihang University and had worked at the State Key Laboratory of Virtual Reality Technology and System for seven years. His research interests include Virtual Reality/Augmented Reality (VR/AR) in Education, STEM Education.

 

 

Prof. David Geelan

University of Notre Dame Australia,  Australia

 

David has taught high school science and maths in Victoria, NSW and WA, and worked as a science educator in Papua New Guinea and Canada as well as Australia. His books 'Weaving Narrative Nets' and 'Undead Theories' explore ideas around qualitative approaches to educational research, and he won an Australian Publishing Award for the 'Science Ways' series of textbooks for Queensland schools. David has been helping beginning teachers learn about teaching science since 2000. He has conducted research on teachers' explanations in physics classrooms, videoconference teaching and learning and his own teaching practice, and his current work is on the use of interactive simulations ('virtual labs') in chemistry and physics education.

 

 

 

 

Assoc. Prof. Vincent CS Lee

Monash University, Australia ( IEEE Senior Member)

 

Vincent CS Lee is currently an Associate Professor with the Faculty of IT, Monash University and a Senior Member of IEEE. His education qualifications include Bachelor and Master degrees in EEE, both from the National University of Singapore; MBA from Henley Management College in Oxford, England; BBus (Hons 1st class in Economics & Finance) and MBus (Accountancy), both from RMIT University in Melbourne; and PhD degree from University of Newcastle, NSW in Australia. He is an active researcher and educator (with Graduate Certificate in Higher Education Teaching from Monash University) with 30 years as academicians for four universities including Monash University and Swinburne University, both in Melbourne, joint Monash-South East University in Suzhou, Nanyang Technological University in Singapore. He was visiting Professors with School of Economics and Management, and School of Computing and Technology, Tsinghua University in Beijing. Lee’s research and higher education teaching (developed and delivered undergraduate and postgraduate courses) span multi-disciplinary domains across IT, Digital Health, Signal and Information Processing, Financial Engineering (FinTech), Educational Data Mining (with learner-centric education technology tools), Explainable AI, Deep ML, Computer Vision for dynamic objects tracking, and Multi-agent Autonomous Systems. Lee has published 200+ papers in IEEE/ACM SCImago ranked Q1 High Impact factors of Journals, and in CORE A/A* Peer-review International Conferences proceedings (AAAI, IJCAI, ICDM, ICWS, ICDE, PAKDD, CIKM, WWW, IEEE IC Signal Processing, IC-EDM). Lee also served as invited keynote speakers for a number of these IEEE and ACM Flagship conferences’ and General Chair and Co-chair of steering committees and technical programs.

 

Title: Data Centric Educational Data Mining: the Issues, Challenges and Opportunities (以数据为中心的教育数据挖掘:问题、挑战与机遇)