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Seiya Takeda

Seiya is the co-founder and CEO of V-KAIWA. His previous experience includes academic tutoring at UNSW, USYD, MACQ University, along with corporations such as Commonwealth Bank, Telstra and Microsoft. He has also studied 4 languages and has worked internationally in China, Hong Kong and Japan. He also has prior startup experience at a prior Catalyst…

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Ang Liu

Dr. Ang Liu is a senior lecturer at the School of Mechanical and Manufacturing Engineering, the University of New South Wales in Australia. His research focuses on design thinking, engineering education, and collaborative engineering. From 2013 to 2016, he was manager of the Viterbi iPodia Program at USC. Dr. Liu has abundant experiences of teaching…

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Dr Michelle Moscova

Michelle has a truly multidisciplinary background. She is an expert anatomist, has a PhD in cancer research, practiced law and is a medical educator with expertise in educational technology and innovations. A key part of her work in improving student learning has been in developing effective teaching methods that can be used with the latest…

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Ong Soh Khim

SK Ong lectures at National University of Singapore, and her research interests are virtual and augmented reality applications in manufacturing, ubiquitous manufacturing, assistive technology and rehabilitation engineering. She is well known both internationally and nationally. She has received many accolades, including the 2004 Outstanding Young Manufacturing Engineer Award, US Society of Manufacturing Engineers, where she…

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Eva Lloyd

Eva Lloyd is a lecturer within UNSW Built Environment Interior Architecture program. She spent several years in Cambodia and across South East Asia working in community-based architecture and urban design. She collaborated with local and international NGO’s, grassroots organisations and private sector in projects spanning from upgrades for tenure security with urban poor communities, affordable…

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Dr Md Mahfuz Ashraf

Mahfuz Ashraf draws on a diverse background to address socio-business problems at the intersection of Information Communication Technology (ICT) adoption and it’s impact on socio-economic development in resource poor settings e.g. rural/urban and indigenous  communities.  Mahfuz’s career spans in both professional and academic settings. Mahfuz devised marketing strategies for an Australian material handling company for…

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