The Mathematical Cognition and Learning Lab of the Jagiellonian University in Krakow (MCLL) aims to explore the neurocognitive mechanisms underlying the processing and learning of mathematical structures and use the current knowledge to facilitate social change in the scope of mathematics education. At the same time, we promote open science policies to make science transparent, reliable, and reproducible.
The MCLL is funded by the Excellence Initiative – Jagiellonian University within the Priority Research Area Society of the Future. The MCLL is situated at the Copernicus Center for Interdisciplinary Studies of the Jagiellonian University and acts in collaboration with the following units of the JU: Centre for Brain Research, Institute of Psychology, Institute of Education, and Department of Games Technology Research. Our research activity is also supported with external grants (currently from National Science Centre, Poland).
Our lab is located in the strict heart of Krakow, on the 3rd floor of the Spiski Palace at Rynek Glowny / Market Square 34. In our research, we also use other facilities and equipment of collaborating JU's units.
If you are interested in research collaboration or looking for expert services in the scope of evidence-based mathematics education, feel free to contact us.