NEWS

New Cooperation

We are happy to announce that iSearch has a new cooperation with the Akademie für Lernpädagogik (AFL). You can find more information bout the AFL here.

New Funding

Azzurra Ruggeri has been awarded the Volkswagen grant "Artificial Intelligence and the Society of the Future"! The grant will run for 4 years and has a total value of approximately 1.5 million euros, of which 600k will go to our iSearch lab, and is in collaboration with Georg Martius from the MPI for Intelligent Systems and Eric Schulz from the MPI for Biological Cybernetics, both in Tübingen.

Azzurra Ruggeri has been invited to be part to the Virtual Research Network on the Development of Intellectual Humility, organized and sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation.

Online Games

We're doing our part in flattening the curve, so we started working from home. This doesn't mean we can't play with kids anymore - Check out our online games!

Media Coverage

The MDR approached Azzurra Ruggeri as an expert for active learning for the MDR Wissen episode "Ist die Schule noch zu retten? Wie wir künftig lernen müssen" (Can you save the school? The new way to learn). You can find the documentary here.

FUNDING FOR OUR RESEARCH

Volkswagen Stiftung

Azzurra Ruggeri has been awarded the Volkswagen grant "Artificial Intelligence and the Society of the Future"! The grant will run for 4 years and has a total value of approximately 1.5 million euros, of which 600k will go to our iSearch lab, and is in collaboration with Georg Martius from the MPI for Intelligent Systems and Eric Schulz from the MPI for Biological Cybernetics, both in Tuebingen.

John Templeton Foundation

The Virtual Research Network on the Development of Intellectual Humility organized by the John Templeton Foundation is now supporting our research.

CALM @ Museum for Natural History

This project was awarded to Azzurra Ruggeri and our partners at the Museum of Natural History in Berlin by the museum itself as a start up fund. The goal is to apply for substantial funding from third parties to support a small research team at the museum under the academic guidance of Azzurra Ruggeri - the Center for Active Learning in Museums.

Climbing to Yourself: A developmental embodied cognition perspective on the relation between the minimal self and sensorimotor and cognitive skills

This project is funded by the DFG and awarded to our colleague Prof. Dr. Markus Raab and Lisa Musculus at the German Sport University Göttingen and Azzurra Ruggeri. It tries to understand the bidirectional link between the minimal self and sensorimotor as well as cognitive skills from the developmental embodied cognition perspective.