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PhD position at Inria - University of Nice Sophia Antipolis - Educlever, Sophia Antipolis, France

From: Catherine Faron-Zucker <catherine.faron@inria.fr>
Date: Fri, 10 Jul 2015 10:58:22 +0200 (CEST)
To: semantic-web@w3.org
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Title 
Semantic Analysis of activities in a learning environment: Detection of learning communities and exploitation for the recommendation of pedagogical resources, the adaptation of learning paths and the follow-up of learners 

PhD Organisation 
This research will be carried out in partnership between the company Educlever and the research team Wimmics, a joined team between the I3S laboratory of University Nice Sophia Antipolis and Inria Sophia Antipolis Méditerranée. The PhD student will have an office both in the premises of Educlever and those of Wimmics and will divide his time between the two environments. 

Scientific Objectives 
The general research question addressed in this thesis is “How to take into account the cognitive and social user profile of a learner to personalize her follow-up, to recommend her pedagogical resources, to build her pedagogical path?”. 
This raises two sub-questions: “How to capture and model the cognitive and social profile of a learner in a learning environment?” and “Which kinds of reasoning on the learner profile enable the personalization of the recommendation of resources and the adaptation of pedagogical path?”. 

Details : https://wimmics.inria.fr/node/56 

Profile : The student should have a master degree in computer science and a strong knowledge of web and preferably semantic web standards 

Contacts : 
- Wimmics: Catherine Faron Zucker faron@i3s.unice.fr & Fabien Gandon fabien.gandon@inria.fr 
- Educlever: Fabrice de Comarmond fabrice.decomarmond@educlever.com & Laurent Janin laurent.janin@educlever.com 
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