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Software Engineer - School of Computer Science - HCII


Job Description

The PLUS - Personalized Learning Squared project, run by the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University aims to double the rate of math learning in middle school students, particularly those who have been historically underserved. This project is operated in collaboration with Carnegie Learning and Stanford University and is led by Principal Investigator Prof. Ken Koedinger and Shiv Gupta.  We are looking for a Software Engineer to join the team!

Our program features a hybrid tutoring platform that combines human and AI tutoring to deliver personalized learning for each student. We are currently working with 5 large school districts in Pennsylvania, Maryland, and California with over a dozen schools on the waitlist. Our team consists of diverse individuals with backgrounds ranging from experienced researchers to high-tech to small startups and we operate in a fast-paced and fun environment.

As a Software Engineer at PLUS, you will help us develop cutting-edge tools to enable tutors to double student math learning. You will work with a diverse team of researchers, designers, and learning engineers to build the PLUS web app and remote tutoring software. We need our engineers to be knowledgeable and versatile, demonstrate leadership abilities, and be enthusiastic to take on new challenges.

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