Cognition, Learning, and Creativity at Georgia Tech

    Welcome to the Cognition, Learning and Creativity group in the School of Interactive Computing as Georgia Institute of Technology. CLC brings together faculty and laboratories from artificial intelligence, cognitive science, learning science and technology, computer science education, and design computing and cognition.

    Collectively we study human cognition, learning and creativity; social and cultural ecosystems of cognition, learning and creativity; computational models of cognition, learning and creativity; computational tools that aid, augment or amplify cognition, learning and creativity; and computational cognition, learning and creativity. Cognition, learning and creativity here pertain to human-level intelligence, including, for example, design, education, games, language, ethics, and policy.

CLC Core Faculty

Ron Arkin, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts
Mobile Robot Laboratory
Rosa Arriaga
Health Systems Institute
Amy Bruckman
Graphics, Visualization, and Usability (GVU) Center
Betsy DiSalvo, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology
Learning Ecologies Lab
Ellen Do, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology
Creative Machine Environments Lab
Jacob Eisenstein, Ph.D., CMU
Computational Linguistics Laboratory
Ashok Goel, Ph.D., Ohio State (CLC Coordinator)
Design Intelligence Lab
Mark Guzdial, Ph.D., University of Michigan.
Contextualized Support for Learning Lab,
Brian Magerko
Adaptive Digital Media (ADAM) Lab
Nancy Nersessian, Ph.D., Case Western
Cognition and Learning in Interdisciplinary Cultures Lab
Colin Potts; PhD, Sheffield University
Mark Riedl, Ph.D., NCSU
Entertainment Intelligence Lab,

CLC Affiliated Faculty

Annie Anton, Ph.D., Georgia Institute of Technology

Janet Kolodner, Ph.D., Yale University
Learning by Design