Salman Asghar

PhD Researcher (Language, Communication and Culture, Psychology, Multicultural, Intercultural and Cross-cultural Studies)

Loughborough University

I have completed Bachelors degree in Product and Industrial Design (PID) from University of Engineering and Technology (UET, Lahore, Pakistan) during 2007-2011 and Masters in Fine Art (Graphic Design) from University of the Punjab, (PU, Lahore, Pakistan) in 2015. Meanwhile, as a freelance graphic designer, i had completed projects with the gamut of clients. In recognition of my superlative academic and professional profile, I was being awarded with Faculty Development Program (FDP) scholarship from UET, Lahore, funded by Higher Education Commission (HEC), Government of Pakistan. I am serving as a full-time Lecturer in the same department at the University of Engineering and Technology, Lahore, Pakistan, since 2011. Currently, I am doing PhD research at Loughborough Design School, on semantic attributes ascribed to Assistive Technology (AT) products from the viewpoints of able-bodied perception, who are immersed into diverse cultural environments.

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