Mason Wright is a researcher and developer of multi-agent computational platforms at Vanderbilt University in the Mind, Matter & Media Lab. A graduate student in Computer Science, he holds an M.Ed. in secondary science education from Vanderbilt, an M.A. in biology from Washington University in St. Louis, and a B.A. from Duke University. After completing his master’s in science education with certification, he taught one year of high school physics before rejoining his current lab full time, as a programmer of multi-agent systems for research in education and computer science. His research interests include visual programming languages, machine learning, and computational economics.
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Dr. Pratim Sengupta is an Assistant Professor and Chair of the Learning Sciences PhD Program at Vanderbilt University, where he directs the Mind, Matter & Media Lab. He develops multi-agent-based programming and modeling toolkits for a wide age group of learners, and is more broadly interested in the use of multi-agent based modeling as a methodology across various domains in the sciences, arts and social sciences.
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