Iulian Radu

Harvard University

Iulian Radu

Harvard University

Biography

Iulian Radu, Ph.D. is a developer and researcher of emerging educational technologies. He is currently a dual postdoctoral researcher at Harvard University’s Graduate School of Education, researching AR for collaborative education in maker spaces (part of HGSE Learning, Innovation and Technology Lab), and VR for bias and empathy training (part of HGSE Immersion Lab). He holds a PhD from Georgia Institute of Technology focused on augmented reality for K-12 education, and has worked with PBS KIDS (as lead product manager & designer of educational apps including AR Cyberchase Shape Quest), MIT (as creator of Scratch-based AR programming environment for children), ArchieMD (as senior researcher and developer of immersive medical simulations), Samsung Research, Qualcomm, WestEd Research, and other organizations creating immersive educational technologies. He is the founder of the IEEE Virtual Reality conference yearly workshop on K-12+ Embodied Learning through Virtual and Augmented Reality.