The Science of Design

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by Saurabh Pacheriwala on Monday, December 8, 2014

Section
Design

Session type
Lightning Talk

Technical level
Advanced

Objective

This is a lightning talk which would aim at revealing some of the most astonishing and amazing Sciences behind great designs which we encounter in our daily lives.

Description

Design is a huge topic. Whatever we design or however we execute our work, there is a process related to each of it. This process is governed by Science. Yes! There is a lot of science involved in each and every design. This science initiates the design thinking process which results in the final subject at the end. Hence, the objective is to highlight the very Science behind all the good designs we see around us.

The talk would amaze you by the facts on how people use the simple basic concepts of science to make somethings that are great in design and to leave the world a better place. Special focus will be on some day-to-day elements we use but never give a thought upon why or how they have been designed this way.

Requirements

Just an open mind and lots of curiosity.

Speaker bio

Saurabh Pacheriwala is working as the Captain of Gemius Design Labs which caters to the environmental & design needs of the society. He is a Project Consultant and caters to all the needs of his clients by forming an extended team for them in their projects. He is also a Limca Book of Record holder (twice) for conceptualizing India’s First Environmental Comic Strip Series - Samajhdar Sintu and First 3D foldable comic book on Environmental Education - Sintuics and is also working on a wind energy project to revolutionize the current scenario of energy generation. Innovation and consistent up-gradation are his prime interests and this keeps him in sync with the world.

He is an Environmental Engineer by education.
Saurabh is also the Deputy Curator of the Surat hub of Global Shapers Community, an initiative by the World Economic Forum and is also the Curator of TEDxDumas - an independently organized TED like conference.