Aiden Loe was awarded the Carroll prize for best methodology in a paper presented at ISIR 2016.
Biosketch: Aiden grew up in Singapore. He received his Master of Philosophy in Social and Developmental Psychology at the University of Cambridge. He is currently a doctoral candidate at the Department of Psychology, University of Cambridge. He is a member of the Cambridge Psychometrics Centre, where he conducts most of his research work.
Aiden’s research interest is the design of cognitive and personality tests using artificial intelligence. He develops automatic item generators using algorithmic approaches such as rule-based or machine learning techniques to create new psychological test questions with predictable psychometric properties. He hopes to collaborate with researchers who are conducting research in automatic item generators in relation to psychological assessments.