I'm a research scientist in the Human-Computer Interaction Institute at Carnegie Mellon University. I use educational technology for small and large-scale experimentation, data science, and computational modeling to understand how we acquire new knowledge. I'm also interested in applying the insights from my research to improve students' learning and outcomes in K-12 and Higher Education, especially in remote and self-regulated learning environments.
My research is currently funded by the National Science Foundation.
You can contact me by emailing me: pcarvalh at cs dot cmu dot edu. I rarely tweet.
If you are wondering how to pronounce my last name, it sounds like karr-vah-you. The “lh” is a consonant that sounds like the ‘ll’ in the english word ‘million’, if you were to really stretch it out.