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Barbara A. Karanian, Ph.D. teaches graduate design methods and a new REVS class on the car experience in the College of Engineering at Stanford University, using applied psychology and art for storytelling to facilitate student progress from the idea and prototyping phases to delivery. With a focus on entrepreneurial leadership, Karanian makes productive partnerships with industry and forms collaborative teams from the areas of engineering, design, psychology, and communication. She was the Michael T. Anthony Professor at Wentworth Institute of Technology in Boston from 2005-2009. Karanian paints pictures.
Akshit Aggarwal is a graduate student at Stanford University, majoring in computational and mathematical engineering.
Greg Kress is a Ph.D. student of mechanical wngineering in the Stanford Center for Design Research. His research activities include developing tools and methods to encourage radical creativity, modeling team cognition to predict design performance, and investigating trends in the future of the internet. Kress is an alumnus of the University of Michigan Engineering Physics program, the Co-founder of the Imaginary Lab at Stanford and a lecturer and coach for the capstone master's course ME310: Global Design Innovation.
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