We are a consulting company that helps educational organizations design and implement innovative educational software. With expertise in both leading edge educational research and leading edge technologies, we are uniquely positioned to achieve these goals.
Ben Loh, Ph.D.
Ben brings experience in designing and developing a wide range of learning environments. His work includes designing educational simulations for Chicago Zoological Society, and information visualization tools for Northwestern University and the Science for Public Education Program. Ben's research focuses on the design of software that promotes reflective thinking through the use of visual information tools. In his prior life, he worked on technology consulting, technical publications, graphic design, and technical illustration projects for a variety of organizations including Xerox, Canon, IBM, Emerson Electric, and the RAND Corporation.
Ben holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University's Learning Sciences program and has a B.S. in Cognitive Science with a Specialization in Computing from UCLA.
Eric Baumgartner, Ph.D.
Eric spent three years as a researcher at the University of California at Berkeley prior to joining Inquirium. He has designed and studied the use of varying visualization and modeling technologies to support learning science in middle and high school settings. His research interests focus on design and the related processes of designing innovative, technology-rich curricula and adapting innovative materials to meet local needs and constraints.
Eric holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University's Learning Sciences program, located within the School of Education and Social Policy. Eric also holds a B.A. in Computer Science from Cornell University. More about Eric.
Matthew Brown, Ph.D.
Matt is a former teacher at both the high school and middle school levels and has worked extensively in the areas of school reform, software design, and curriculum development. His research has examined the intersection of curriculum reforms, classroom technologies, and instructional practices. He specializes in designing tools that support teacher practice and in integrating technology within urban classroom settings.
Matt holds a Ph.D. from Northwestern University's Learning Sciences program. He also holds a B.A. in History from Brown University and has lived and studied in Nepal and India. More about Matt.