[su_tabs][su_tab title=”About”]Parag was awarded his doctoral degree, (PhD) in Interaction Design in 2010 and while in UL he also worked on the Shared Worlds project. Prior to joining the IDC, Parag was working as senior associate faculty with National Institute of Design situated in Ahmedabad in India where he was involved with the software and user interface design discipline. Apart from teaching interaction design and user interface design, he also was responsible for co-ordination of the discipline. Parag holds a master’s degree in Architecture (M. Arch.) specializing in Urban conservation from School of Planning and Architecture, New Delhi India, which he completed in 1992. Since then he has been teaching architecture in schools situated in Gwalior, Bhopal and Indore in India. The subjects he has taught at graduate and postgraduate level include Architectural design, History of architecture, urban design and CAD. During this period, Parag was also involved in several architectural, landscape and urban design projects. [/su_tab] [su_tab title=”Publications”]
(Selected list of publications.)
- Ciolfi, L., Fernström, M., Bannon, L.J., Deshpande, P., Gallagher, P., McGettrick, C., Quinn, N., and Shirley, S. (2007) “The Shannon Portal Installation: An Example of Interaction Design for Public Places”, IEEE Computer, July 2007, pp 65-72.
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