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Neeraj Sonalkar

Neeraj is a doctoral student at the Center for Design Research at Stanford University. The question that motivates his research is - How do engineering design team co-create new product possibilities? His current research is focused on investigating how team behavior influences the generation and propagation of ideas into products.
Neeraj completed his Master's in Mechanical Engineering from Stanford University in 2006. Before that, he worked with Infosys Technologies in the domain of computer aided design and product development. Neeraj graduated from the University of Mumbai with a Bachelor's degree in Mechanical Engineering.

Projects

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams

PI: Larry Leifer Abstract Our proposed research aims to develop a diagnostic instrument to study design thinking teams … > mehr

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams

PI: Prof. Bernard Roth Abstract Multidisciplinary teamwork is a key requirement in the design thinking approach to … > mehr

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams Using Immersive Virtual Reality

PI: Larry Leifer, Jeremy Bailenson Abstract Researchers have been investigating – what designers do when they work in … > mehr

Measuring and Changing Organizational Culture

PI: Professor Banerjee Abstract This research forges a new collaboration between Stanford’s Center for Design Research … > mehr

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams (Stanford)

PI: Prof. Mark R. Cutkosky Abstract Our proposed research aims to develop a diagnostic instrument to study design … > mehr

Examining the role of design reflection and associated brain dynamics in creativity

PI: Manish Saggar Abstract Design reflection has been shown of critical import for the development of design expertise. … > mehr

Visual Diagnostics for Design Thinking Teams (Stanford)

PI: Prof. Mark R. Cutkosky Abstract Our proposed research aims to provide design thinking managers, coaches and … > mehr