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Bharat Paudyal

Photo of Bharat Paudyal, a researcher studying Human Computer Interaction

Doctoral researcher

School of Computing and Digital Technology

Born in a remote part of Nepal, Bharat saw and knew the existence of the computer, telephone and other modern technologies in mid 90s, when he was around nine years old.  He was curious and eager to learn about those technologies and that eagerness made him to enter in the field of Information and technology.  

Bharat worked as a software developer for more than 5 years before pursuing PhD. He is passionate about technologies, mainly human-computer interaction, user experience design. He is part of DMT lab where he is currently investigating different coding approaches using assistive tools to allow physically impaired developers to write code 

One of his work was accepted in a leading HCI conference in 2020 and another is currently under review in a well-reputed International journal. 

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