Dr. van Heuveln is a passionate educator who continually tries to improve the effectiveness of the many different undergraduate courses he teaches in the areas of cognitive science, logic, artificial intelligence, critical thinking, and the philosophy of mind. Dr. van Heuveln’s research is in the area of visual logic: using visual representations to perform and enhance logical reasoning. Dr. van Heuveln is the Director of the Minds and Machines Program in Cognitive Technology, which invites undergraduate students to get involved with undergraduate research on Artificial Intelligence, Cognitive Robotics, and Synthetic Characters. Dr. van Heuveln was instrumental in the creation of the recently approved undergraduate major in Cognitive Science, which he now directs. Dr. van Heuveln oversaw the creation of the new Cognitive Robotics Laboratory, which he now directs.
Cognitive Science, Artificial Intelligence, Philosophy of Mind, Logic and Reasoning, Critical Thinking, Cognitive Robotics, Situated Cognition, Educational Technology
The following is a selection of recent publications in Scopus. Bram Van Heuveln has 7 indexed publications in the subjects of Computer Science, Mathematics, and Chemistry.