Joe Corneli

My PhD thesis focused on peer produced support for peer learning in the mathematics domain, and I co-edited a book that looks at the wider implications of these practices. I was thrilled to find my first postdoctoral research job in an artificial intelligence research group. After finishing up there, I've taken up a year-long appointment working on Ursula Martin's Social Machine of Mathematics project, which is an excellent match for my interests.

I've written or coauthored a grand total of 40 academic papers to date.

What's new?

Some preprints:

  1. math.wikipedia.org: A vision for a collaborative semi-formal, language independent math(s) encyclopedia
  2. Lakatos-style Collaborative Mathematics through Dialectical, Structured and Abstract Argumentation [slides]
  3. Modelling serendipity in a computational context
  4. Patterns of Peeragogy

What's next?