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Prof. Benedict du Boulay to spend semester at ICTG

Prof. Benedict du Boulay at the University of CanterburyThe ICTG welcomes Prof. Benedict du Boulay, who recently arrived in Christchurch as a guest of ICTG, to spend the first semester of 2010 at the Computer Science & Software Engineering Dept (University of Canterbury). Ben is a professor of Artificial Intelligence at the School of Science and Technology at the University of Sussex, UK, with particular research interests in Artificial Intelligence in Education and the Psychology of Programming.

Ben is visiting UC as an Erskine Fellow. The Erskine fund is to bring to Canterbury people considered specialists in their fields to assist with teaching and research within the department. With many years of contributions to the field, Ben brings with him much knowledge and expertise to add to both teaching and research in the department. During his stay here, Ben will be teaching the 4th year Intelligent Tutoring Systems course (COSC420) and participating in research with the ICTG. If you are interested in enrolling for COSC420, please check the UC enrolment page or contact us. Classes start on the week of the 22nd of February.

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