Adaptive Learning Technology
for cognitive training

About this opportunity

At Aristotle Technologies, we’re on a mission to transform the way people enhance their cognitive skills. We develop personalized and data-driven cognitive training software, but we’re not stopping there. We’re ready to dive into the future with Adaptive Learning Technology—a game-changer in the world of learning. 

What is Adaptive Learning Technology?

Imagine training that adapts to you, where your progress guides the way. Adaptive Learning Technology (ALT) is an educational approach that leverages real-time data and feedback to continuously assess a student’s strengths, weaknesses, learning style, and pace of progress. Based on this assessment, the technology adjusts the content, difficulty level, and delivery method of learning materials, providing a personalized and optimized learning experience. It goes beyond one-size-fits-all teaching methods by adapting the content, pace, and difficulty of learning materials to match each learner’s unique abilities, preferences, and progress. 

Your role

As our researcher, you’ll explore how we can seamlessly integrate Adaptive Learning Technology into our current software. You’ll uncover the potential impacts and possibilities this innovation can bring. 

What we're looking for

We are looking for a forward-thinking student, whether you’re pursuing a master’s or bachelor’s degree, with a passion for AI. Your fresh ideas and innovative mindset are what we need. 

What's in it for you?

Aristotle Technologies is a dynamic startup, and we’re all ears for new ideas. This means you have the freedom to shape the project beyond this description. Plus, we’re right on the TU/e campus in the Neuron building—how convenient!  

We believe in balancing hard work with good times, whether it’s by organizing some drinks or hanging out at Hubble to end the day. Join us and be part of the exciting future of learning! 

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