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Professor Leen-Kiat Soh is a program co-chair for SIGCSE Technical Symposium 2022, to be held in Providence, Rhode Island, US. Please check out the conference website at:

Professor Leen-Kiat Soh recently presented a poster, on behalf of his AIR@NE team, at ASEE’2021, as part of an NSF-organized session. Soh, L.-K., G. Nugent, W. Smith, G. Trainin, J. Sutton, and K. Steen (2021). A Comprehensive Professional Development Program for K-8 Teachers to Teach Computer Science, Proceedings of the 2021 ASEE Annual Conference […]

Our team is publishing two papers at FIE’2021, one with collaborators Colin Maly and Suzette Person on software engineering education, one with collaborators at AIR@NE on K-8 teacher professional development to teach CS.

Maly, C., S. Person, and L.-K. Soh (2021). Integrating Software Engineering Concepts with Coding Fundamentals: A New Approach to Software Engineering […]

Professor Leen-Kiat Soh is a general co-chair for FIE’2021, October 13-16, 2021. Please check out the conference at

Professor Leen-Kiat Soh has joined the Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior at UNL as a resident faculty. Please check out the center at:

Our AIR@NE project has completed its summer professional development institute for Cohort 3 of K-8 school teachers in Nebraska. See

Two papers of ours, with former post-doctoral researcher Markeya Peteranetz, and current graduate student Patrick Morrow, have been accepted to SIGCSE’2020, to be presented in March, 2020, in Portland, OR. The paper titles are: “Development and Validation of the Computational Thinking Concepts and Skills Test”, and “A Multi-level Analysis of the Relationship between Instructional Practices […]

Our paper, in collaboration with researchers from Oberlin College (Prof. Adam Eck) and University of Georgia (Prof. Prashant Doshi), has been accepted to AAAI’2020, to be presented in New York, NY, in February. The paper title is: Scalable Decision-Theoretic Planning in Open and Typed Multiagent Systems.

Together with Professor Liz Lorang, and doctoral students Yi Liu and Mike Pack, our team successfully concluded our project with the Library of Congress on investigating machine learning and image processing research to improve digital library.

Together with collaborators Professor Adam Eck (Oberlin College) and Professor Prashant Doshi (Univ. of Georgia), we recently received funding from NSF IIS Robust Intelligence program to do Multiagent Systems research in decentralized planning in complex and open environments.