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T. Jevsikova, PhD in computer science, is a senior researcher and associate professor at the Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies. Her main research interests include e-learning, computer science education, teacher training, and cultural aspects of human-computer interaction. She authors more than 35 research papers, a number of methodological papers and educational books.
G. Stupurienė is a PhD in technological sciences (informatics engineering) and a research assistant at the Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies. Her main research interest is informatics/computer science education, computational thinking.
D. Stumbrienė is a junior researcher at Vilnius university, Lithuania. She defended her PhD thesis in natural sciences (informatics), in 2019. Her research is oriented to apply statistical models in social science and the main research interest is the large-scale analysis of education data. She is focusing on creating the methodology and instruments for education monitoring.
A. Juškevičienė, PhD in technological sciences (informatics engineering), is a researcher at the Vilnius University Institute of Data Science and Digital Technologies. The areas of her scientific interest focus on technology enhanced learning, computational thinking, hands-on activities. She has been working on several national projects and helping to organize seminars and conferences. She has published a number of scientific papers and publications in popular magazines, participated in a number of large scale EU-funded R&D projects.
V. Dagienė is professor and principal researcher at Vilnius university, Lithuania. She has published over 200 scientific papers and 60 books on computer science education. She is the editor-in-chief of two international journals “Informatics in Education” and “Olympiads in Informatics”. She established International conference on Olympiads in Informatics, organized every year in different countries. In 2004 she established the International Challenge on Informatics and Computational Thinking “Bebras” which is organized in more than 60 countries. She coordinated over 30 national and international projects on STEM and Informatics education. She was acknowledged by Ada Lovelace Computing Excellence Award by the European Commission’s in 2016.