Kaveh Bazargan was born in an academic Iranian family in Geneva on July17, 1978. After his primary and secondary studies in French educational system in Asia, Africa and Europe, he received his BAC S (avec mention) in July 1997 from Lycée de la Versoie in Thonon Les Bains, France. Then, he studies applied mathematics at the Institut of Mathematics (IMA) of the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology, Lausanne (EPFL). He received his Master's degree (Diplôme d'Ingénieur Matematicien EPFL) in March 2002. His master thesis covers simulation modeling and optimization for a recovery room in the field of scheduling in cooperation with Unité Qualité des Soins, Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève.

Then, he worked in Iran for one year in the field of E-learning information systems design and implementation, project management, simulation modeling and optimization.

In September 2003, he started (MATIS), a post graduate program in the management and technology of information systems. He MATIS thesis is about ontology based information systems and digital museum web interfaces. He ended MATIS in June 2004.

After that, he got practical work experience in information systems by working on the Avicenna Virtual Campus project at UNESCO Science Analysis and Policies Sector (AP/SC) in Paris.

He is now a Ph.D. candidate at the Information System Interfaces Group (ISI) of the Computer Scicene Department (CUI) at the University of Geneva (UNIGE) in Switzerland. His Ph.D. research director is Professor Gilles Falquet.

His Ph.D. project topic is: "adaptive 3D interfaces". He is also a member of BATIC3S project hosted by the Software Modeling and Verification (SMV) Group.

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