Pravar Jain is an award-winning innovator who applies his formal education as a biomedical engineer and his passion for design to invent novel technologies in the domain of Human-Computer Interaction.

Currently, he is associated with Keio-NUS CUTE (Connective Ubiquitous Technology for Embodiments) Center in the capacity of a Research Engineer. Pravar was awarded a Master of Engineering degree by the National University of Singapore in 2018. His thesis was titled – Design, characterization and implementation of a graphite-based stretchable strain sensor for soft robotic applications, and the work was carried out at the Advanced Robotics Center.

Pravar is an entrepreneur at heart and has previously been involved with operations at SIZR and Jobspire. He is a wannabe chef, a passionate cancerian and an ardent believer of karma.

John Hennessy and David Patterson win this year's Turing Award, computing’s equivalent of a Nobel Prize, for their research on RISC https://t.co/ErPKdWKWHn

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