César Lucho Lingán holds a BA in Industrial Design from the Faculty of Art and Design at the Pontifical Catholic University of Peru (PUCP) and a MSc. -Cum Laude with Honours Track- in Design for Interaction from Delft University of Technology.
Starting his career in Peru, where he focused on the use of design as a tool for research and the development of methodologies in different fields: from social robotics, interdisciplinary research, immersive technologies to, now recently, cultural experiences. Thanks to this, he collaborated and published with different teams across the world. In addition to this, he also has teaching and coaching experience as a teacher assistant in undergraduate courses related to industrial design, human factors and design principles.
Nowadays, César is a member of the Museum Futures Lab in TU Delft as a graduate research assistant, where he explores the possibilities of using the idea of relevance and other concepts in the conceptualization and development of cross-cultural experiences.