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Paul Christian Seitlinger

https://etis.ee/CV/Paul_Seitlinger/eng
17.12.1984
paul.seitlinger@tlu.ee
Since October 2016, Dr. Paul Seitlinger is a team member of the EU Era Chair project CEITER ("Cross-Border Educational Innovation thru Technology-Enhanced Research”, http://ceiter.tlu.ee) headed by Prof. Tobias Ley (Tallinn University, School of Educational Sciences), where his focus is on socio-cognitive foundations (e.g., search of memory and Web space, creative cognition, artifact-mediated social interactions) of new forms of learning, such as self-directed information discovery and hypotheses testing in schools. During 2012 and 2016 he has been Post-doc in the Cognitive Science Section (CSS, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/; Graz University of Technology) working on computational modelling approaches towards self-directed Web search and manifestations/correlates of this search behaviour, such as tag-based annotations/reflections of discovered Web content. This work has mainly taken place in the context of two Austrian Science Fund (FWF) projects MERITS (P 25593-G22, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/merits/) and OMFix (P 27709-G22, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/omfix/), where he has been the primary researcher. Additionally, his participation in the EU FP7 projects weSPOT (http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/wespot/) and Learning Layers (http://learning-layers.eu) allowed for an inter-disciplinary work with computer scientists to implement the outcomes of the FWF projects in form of recommendation mechanisms supporting search activities (Web resource recommendations) and reflections (tag recommendations) in informal workplace learning scenarios (Learning Layers) and inquiry-based learning in schools (weSPOT). He received his PhD (Dr.rer.nat.) in Psychology at the University of Graz (Karl-Franzens Universität) in October 2012.

Career

Institutions and positions
01.10.2016–30.09.2020   
Tallinn University, School of Educational Sciences, Senior Research Fellow on Cognition and Social Interaction (1,00)
01.10.2012–30.09.2016   
Graz University of Technology, Post-doc researcher in Austrian Science Fund (FWF) projects and FP7 projects (weSPOT, Learning Layers) (1,00)
01.10.2010–30.06.2011   
University of Graz (Karl-Franzens Universität Graz), Institute of Psychology, Lecturer (0,10)
01.10.2010–30.09.2012   
Graz University of Technology (Cognitive Science Section), Junior Researcher (0,50)
 
 
Education
01.03.2010–30.09.2012   
2010-2012 PhD., Institute of Psychology, University of Graz, Austria
01.10.2004–30.09.2009   
2004-2009, M.Sc., Institute of Psychology, University of Graz, Austria
 
 
R&D related managerial and administrative work
2016−...   
Leading research group (together with Dr. Anneli Veispak) on "Inclusive Learning" at the Center of Excellence on Educational Innovation
 
 
Additional information
Estonian Science Award, awarded by the Estonian Academy of Sciences

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Paul Christian Seitlinger

https://etis.ee/CV/Paul_Seitlinger/est
17.12.1984
paul.seitlinger@tlu.ee
Since October 2016, Dr. Paul Seitlinger is a team member of the EU Era Chair project CEITER ("Cross-Border Educational Innovation thru Technology-Enhanced Research”, http://ceiter.tlu.ee) headed by Prof. Tobias Ley (Tallinn University, School of Educational Sciences), where his focus is on socio-cognitive foundations (e.g., search of memory and Web space, creative cognition, artifact-mediated social interactions) of new forms of learning, such as self-directed information discovery and hypotheses testing in schools. During 2012 and 2016 he has been Post-doc in the Cognitive Science Section (CSS, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/; Graz University of Technology) working on computational modelling approaches towards self-directed Web search and manifestations/correlates of this search behaviour, such as tag-based annotations/reflections of discovered Web content. This work has mainly taken place in the context of two Austrian Science Fund (FWF) projects MERITS (P 25593-G22, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/merits/) and OMFix (P 27709-G22, http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/omfix/), where he has been the primary researcher. Additionally, his participation in the EU FP7 projects weSPOT (http://kti.tugraz.at/css/projects/wespot/) and Learning Layers (http://learning-layers.eu) allowed for an inter-disciplinary work with computer scientists to implement the outcomes of the FWF projects in form of recommendation mechanisms supporting search activities (Web resource recommendations) and reflections (tag recommendations) in informal workplace learning scenarios (Learning Layers) and inquiry-based learning in schools (weSPOT). He received his PhD (Dr.rer.nat.) in Psychology at the University of Graz (Karl-Franzens Universität) in October 2012.

Teenistuskäik

Töökohad ja ametid
01.10.2016–30.09.2020   
Tallinna Ülikool, Haridusteaduste instituut, Senior Research Fellow on Cognition and Social Interaction (1,00)
01.10.2012–30.09.2016   
Graz University of Technology, Post-doc researcher in Austrian Science Fund (FWF) projects and FP7 projects (weSPOT, Learning Layers) (1,00)
01.10.2010–30.06.2011   
University of Graz (Karl-Franzens Universität Graz), Institute of Psychology, Lektor (0,10)
01.10.2010–30.09.2012   
Graz University of Technology (Cognitive Science Section), PhD-student and FP7 project assistant (0,50)
 
 
Haridustee
01.03.2010–30.09.2012   
2010-2012 PhD., Institute of Psychology, University of Graz, Austria
01.10.2004–30.09.2009   
2004-2009, M.Sc. in Psychology, University of Graz, Austria2004-2009, M.Sc. in Psychology, University of Graz, Austria
 
 
Teadusorganisatsiooniline ja -administratiivne tegevus
2016−...   
Leading research group (together with Dr. Anneli Veispak) on "Inclusive Learning" at the Center of Excellence on Educational Innovation
 
 
Lisainfo
Estonian Science Award, awarded by the Estonian Academy of Sciences

Jooksvad projektid

Lõppenud projektid

Juhendamisel väitekirjad

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MUUTAU20094 Experiences of distance learning due to an emergency situation and its impact on the Estonian education system15.05.202030.06.2021Kairit TammetsTallinn University, School of Digital Technologies, Centre for Educational Technology; Tallinn University, School of Educational Sciences83 000,00 EUR
1.1.7.4.1.TF4419 (Otsustatud rahastada uuringufondi nõukogu koosoleku 03.02.2020 otsusega nr 7.1-17/1 )Development of the research direction of personalised learning technologies at the Tallinn University 01.01.202031.12.2021Kairit TammetsTallinn University, School of Digital Technologies16 600,00 EUR
MUUTAU15034 (669074)Cross-Border Educational Innovation thru Technology-Enhanced Research01.07.201530.06.2020Timo Tobias LeyTallinn University; Tallinn University, Institute of Educational Sciences2 396 363,00 EUR
1.2.3.4.TAU16044 (MOBEC001)Establishing ERA Chair for Cross-Border Educational Innovation thru Technology-Enhanced Research (Mobilitas+ support)01.03.201631.03.2020Mart LaanpereTallinn University, School of Educational Sciences; Tallinn University, School of Digital Technologies199 500,00 EUR
1.1.7.4.1.TF4420Technology-enhanced Learning and Learning Analytics for Sustaining Educational Innovation and Research01.07.202001.07.2021Timo Tobias LeyTallinn University, School of Educational Sciences30 000,00 EUR