Graduate Research Assistant Position Open: Two fully funded Ph.D. positions are available in Dr. Xing’s AICE Lab on research in learning analytics, AI, and data science education. New positions will start in Jan 2023 or Fall 2023! Please click this link for more information!
AICE Lab is an interdisciplinary space to design, develop, and investigate innovative theories, methods and technologies about learning analytics and artificial intelligence to advance the fundamental research and practices for inclusive STEM and online education.
As a learning analytics and AI researcher in education, Dr. Wanli Xing is a tenure-track assistant professor in College of Education and Chair of Education Programs at Warren B. Nelms Institute in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering at the University of Florida. His research themes are: (1) explore and leverage educational big data in various forms and modalities to advance the understanding of learning processes; (2) design and develop fair, accountable and transparent learning analytics and AI powered learning environments; (3) create innovative strategies, frameworks, and technologies for AI, Data Science, and Computing Workforce development.
With these interrelated themes, he aims to push the fundamental limits of learning analytics and AI to revolutionize STEM and online education. His research has been supported by National Science Foundation, Institute of Education Sciences, National Security Agency, Schmidt Family Foundation, Helios Education Foundation, Florida Department of Education and the University of Florida. Dr. Xing directs the AICE lab, standing for Advanced and Inclusive Computing for Education.Faculty Profile