Christian Bokhove is Associate Professor in Mathematics Education at the University of Southampton. His research interests include the use of information and communications technology in maths education, task design, learning analytics, educational data mining and social network analysis, and he has worked on several international maths education projects. You can learn more about Christian’s background, research interests and other activities here and here.
His main areas of interest for presenting are improving science, the practical tensions between having the ideals of reproducibility and daily practices, differences between disciplines, and what ‘reproducibility’ means in education research, psychology, and computer science. An example presentation that Christian gave for the South Coast Doctoral Training Partnership Research Methods Festival is available here.