Khaled’s research interests lay between Architecture and Computer science. Currently works as a Design system analysts as part of the Applied Research and development (ARD) group at Foster + Partners in addition to technical tutoring at the Bartlett school of architecture, University College London. He holds a master degree in Adaptive architecture and computation from University College London. His recent work bridges the gap between architecture practice and research applying state-of-the-art technological innovation to complex design challenges with expertise in optimisation, fabrication, robotics, virtual reality and data visualisation. He recently worked on multiple state of the art architecture projects like the New Mexico city airport, The Lusail stadium in Qatar and the recently finished UAE pavilion in Milan expo in addition to his research in real time robotic control and developing the open source robotic controller “scorpion”.