Gaurav Gandhi holds a PhD in infobionics and a BE in electronics and communications from Pázmány Péter Catholic University, and has worked as an analog and mixed signal design engineer. His PhD thesis was on nonlinear circuits, and titled "Electronic Realizations of Chaotic Circuits: From Breadboard to Nanotechnology." He holds three patents and has authored six scholarly publications. He is interested in technology-based solutions built around Wolfram|Alpha, the Wolfram Demonstrations Project, and Mathematica for K–12 education.
Other than traveling and meeting new people, he loves driving cars.
Project: A New Kind of Education
The project will focus on exploring the education space in the developing world, especially India, and how education can be made process-oriented. It will explore how the extensive use of a robust technology can in fact be a win-win game for all parties involved in the process of creating, imparting, and receiving education, along with its benefits to society.
Based on A New Kind of Science, this project will explore the immense technology, business, and other related possibilities created by this New Kind of Education.
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