Huy Anh Nguyen


PhD student,

Human-Computer Interaction Institute,

Carnegie Mellon University


About Me

I am an incoming PhD student at Carnegie Mellon University. Previously I obtained a B.S. in Computer Science and Minor in Mathematics at Lafayette College. My primary research area is educational technology, in particular the development and deployment of tutoring systems in different knowledge domains.

Publications


    @inproceedings{liew2018determining,
      title={Determining What The Student Understands - Assessment In An Unscaffolded Environment},
      year={2018},
      organization={Springer},
      booktitle={International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
      author={Liew, Chun W and Nguyen, Huy},
      pages={339--344}
    }

    @inproceedings{nguyen2018building,
      title={Building Student Models in a Non-scaffolded Testing Environment},
      year={2018},
      organization={Springer},
      booktitle={International Conference on Intelligent Tutoring Systems},
      author={Nguyen, Huy and Liew, Chun W},
      pages={454--456}
    }

    @inproceedings{nguyen2018using,
      title={Using Student Logs to Build Bayesian Models of Student Knowledge and Skills},
      year={2018},
      organization={Springer},
      booktitle={International Conference on Educational Data Mining},
      author={Nguyen, Huy and Liew, Chun W},
      pages={397--403}
    }

    @inproceedings{liew2017assessing,
      title={Assessing Student Answers to Balanced Tree Problems},
      author={Liew, Chun W and Nguyen, Huy and Norton, Darren J},
      booktitle={International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education},
      pages={532--535},
      year={2017},
      organization={Springer}
    }

    @inproceedings{nguyen2018student,
      title={Student Agency and Game-Based Learning: A Study Comparing Low and High Agency},
      author={Nguyen, Huy and Harpstead, Erik and Wang, Yeyu and McLaren, Bruce M},
      year={2018},
      organization={Springer},
      booktitle={International Conference on Artificial Intelligence in Education},
      pages={338--351}
    }