|The multidisciplinary faculty comprises of renowned names drawn from a vast variety of fields such as Product Design, Usability Engineering
and Interaction Design, Human Factors Engineering, Graphic and Information Design, Computer Graphics, and Internet Technologies and
Multimedia. Apart from this regular workshops and visiting faculty both from India and abroad bring an international perspective to complement
the education. In the past DOD had researchers and practising designers from countries like Germany, Israel, Denmark and Japan apart from
various Indian institutes.
The department comprises encouraging and energetic faculty, guiding students through every phase of design. Faculty members also provide consultancy to corporate institutions. Distinguished faculty, designers from renowned universities visit us every year and enrich our academic programme.
|Interest area||Industrial Design, Rapid Prototyping and Tooling, Space Design, Facility Design, Environmental Graphics, Design for Disabled|
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|Interest area||Product Design, Furniture Design, Lighting Design|
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|Interest area||Visual communication, Design research, Visual Ethnography, Indigenous communities, Craft clusters, Film-making, Animation, Illustration, Game design, Edutainment.|
.With research interest in cross disciplinary domain and passion towards animation design, Charu Monga is a researcher with tilted interest in designing animations, film-making and games. Her current research aims to investigate variety of animation techniques to promote crafts, culture, tradition and empower educational areas. She uses animation techniques, films, videos, illustration, stories, technology, participatory approaches to express her design concepts.
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|D. Udaya Kumar|
|Interest area||Graphic Design, Typography, Type Design, Information Graphics, Motion Graphics, Design Research, Exhibition Design, Architecture|
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Visual Arts - Painting and Sculpture.
Printmaking making - Lithography, Etching, woodcut, Linocut and Dry point.
New Media Art, Installations, Video art and Sound Art.
Traditional Calligraphy and Typography. Folk art and Tribal art studies.
Indian and Western Art history and aesthetics.
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|Interest area||Interaction Design, Gesture Controlled User Interfaces, Tangible Interfaces, Design for Development|
|Biodata||Fascinated by immense power of technology and its ability to the way we live, Keyur Sorathia, Interaction Designer is interested in blending technology and design to enhance our everyday life experiences. To support his interests, his research explores understanding of new interaction modalities, gestural interfaces, tangible interaction and ubiquitous computing. He is currently running a lab called Embedded Interaction Lab (EILab), focused on tangible and gestural interactions and design for development. More information can be found at www.embeddedinteractions.com|
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|Interest area||Animation, Special Effects, Cartooning, Research Interest, Animation Movie history, Creation of Traditional Animation|
|Biodata||With a Bachelors Degree in Industrial and Production Engineering , and a Masters Degree in Visual Communication added with 8 years of using it in the Braodcast medium of Satellite Television , with at least 15 multimedia promotional published every week a probing question kept nagging the creative mind , why am I doing this , who benefits from this etc. A decision to impart the knowledge I had acquired from my professional career to equip the education system to bridge the lacuna .I still feel we have not yet explored the Iceberg of the information that is available in the Media , we seem to be at the beginning tip of the iceberg . This does inspire a cerative person to try out things that have not been explored yet .Instaed of re-inventing the wheel , we designers should be inventing innovative utility of the wheel for today's context.|
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|Interest area||Short Film , New Media Theory, Documentary film, Video art, Participatory video|
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Product Design, Industrial Design, Design for Manufacture, Rapid Prototyping, Consumer Product Design, Industrial Equipment Design, Biomimicry
|Biodata||Pankaj is a Product Designer from the Indian Institute of
Science, Bangalore with a bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering
from NIT Silchar. He has an in-depth experience in the area of product
design, development and manufacturing which he gained working with an
Indian multinational company designing and developing products, ranging
from consumer brown goods to heavy electrical equipment for substations.
He believes in the philosophy that design is always from the inside out
and anything that is not beautiful on the inside can't truly be called
beautiful. Beautiful design works well and looks good doing so. He
swears by the motto "Minimum human intervention and maximum human
value". During his four year tenure with the Indian multinational
company he applied for more than 50 design registrations and 4
collaborative patents. He loves to spend time sketching, playing the
guitar and reading..
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Graphic Design, Typography, Wayfinding & Signage Design, Visual Research methods, Content Development, Photography
|Biodata||She did her B.F.A. in Applied Arts (2001-2005) from the Fine-Arts Department of the University of Rajasthan, Jaipur and Post Graduation in Graphic Design from NID, Ahmedabad (2005-2008). At NID, she did qualitative visual research based old city Jaipur Signage Design project with CEPT Ahmedabad team of architects and urban designers. In 2009, she was called as a Visiting Faculty to conduct the course of ‘Typography & Layout for Document Design’ by India Institute of Crafts & Design (IICD), Jaipur. Her doctoral thesis presents a visual analytical framework of shop signs in India. Alongside the doctoral studies at IDC, she got the opportunity to assist her PhD supervisor Prof. Ravi Poovaiah at IDC, IIT Bombay in the course on 'Visual Syntactics'. She gave two talks on 'Bilingual Typography' and ‘Bodoni: Story of a beautiful’ as part of the course on ‘Typography’ by Prof. G.V. Sreekumar for Visual Communication Master students in IDC, IIT, Bombay. She is currently working as Assistant Professor in the Department of Design (DoD), IIT Guwahati.
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|Pradeep G. Yammiyavar|
|Contactemail@example.com, T: +91-361-2582477, +91-361-2584477,|
|Interest area||Basic Design, Graphic Design, Design Drawing and Visualization, Visual Design- Principles and Applications, Indian Symbology and Communication|
|Contactfirstname.lastname@example.org , T: +91-361-2582452|
|Interest area||Automotive Design, Product Design, Graphic Design, Design Research|
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