Paul D. Found
A graduate of the University of Huddersfield (BA Transport Design, 2000 and MSc in 3D Digital Design 2004) and De Montfort University (MA Creative Technologies, 2009), he is currently pursuing his Ph.D. through the Institute of Applied Arts, National Chiao Tung University in Taiwan.
Paul is also a fully qualified teacher, holding a PGCE from the University of Huddersfield (2006), and has over 5 years of teaching experience in higher education in both the UK and Taiwan.
Paul’s research is focused on the use of mobile technologies, particularly smartphones, as an aid to form-finding, shape generation, and 3D sketching, using sensor data. The focus is on the use of embedded sensors and 3D printing to allow "anytime, anywhere" design to take place. He has presented research at conferences such as IASDR 2015: INTERPLAY, Brisbane, and Cumulus 2016 Nottingham: In This Place. Currently, he is exploring the application of this idea in the field of digitally fabricated, location-specific ceramics.