Personalized Adaptive Web Systems Lab was established in 2004 with support from National Science Foundation and the School of Information Sciences at the University of Pittsburgh. The goal of the PAWS Lab is development and evaluation of innovative user- and group-adaptive Web-based technologies, systems, and architectures. The Lab currently explores a range of user modeling, adaptation and personalization technologies. The work of the Lab is supported by NSF and DARPA funding.
Most Recent News
- Kamil Akhuseyinoglu and Peter Brusilovsky win best paper award at UMAP 2021 (details)
- Chun-Hua "Ronald" Tsai starts as a tenure-track assistant professor at the University of Nebraska Omaha in Fall 2021! (details)
- Sherry Sahebi receives NSF CAREER award! (details)
- Rosta Farzan is appointed Associate Dean for diversity, equity and inclusion at the School of Computing and Information (details)
- Chun-Hua Tsai joins Penn State as Assistant Research Professor! (details)
- Hung Chau wins the Best Paper award at the ACM, Association for Computing Machinery Learning at Scale Conference!(details)
- Prof. Peter Brusilovsky is awarded AMiner Most Influential Scholar Award in recognition of his outstanding and vibrant contributions to the field of Recommender System by AMiner (details)
- Two PAWS graduates' papers were short-listed for the best paper award at EC-TEL 2018 (details)
- Peter Brusilovsky awarded NSF grant under the program Cyberlearn And Future Learn Tech. (details)
- Roya Hosseini defended her Ph. D. Thesis: 'Program Construction Examples in Computer Science Education: From Static Text to Adaptive and Engaging Learning Technology'.(details)
- Yun Huang defended her Ph. D. Thesis: 'Learner Modeling for Integration Skills in Programming' (details)
- PAWS Lab scores thrice at IUI 2018 (details)
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CourseAgent: Share evaluations of IS graduate courses at Pitt and plan your career.
Comet: Share, tag, recommend and schedule interesting talks in Pittsburgh.
Eventur: Share and schedule cultural events in Pittsburgh.
Ensemble: This cross-university collaborative effort aims to bring together the global community of computing educators around a growing set of content collections with high-quality educational resources.
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PAWS Lab Contact Information
Information Sciences Building, Rm. 2A04
135 North Bellefield Avenue
Pittsburgh, PA 15260, USA