Ali Talebinejad has done his PhD at MIT Artificial Intelligence Laboratory in the area of Robotics and Computer Vision and has received his MS from MIT Mechanical Engineering in the area of System Dynamics and Control. His postdoctoral research was a pioneering work on Tracking Moving Objects Using Video Images at the Canadian Institute for Robotics and Intelligent Systems. His industrial experience includes his work at Parametric Technology Corporation (PTC) on “Pro Engineer” which was the leading software suite in CAD/CAM area at the time. Dr. Talebinejad has been involved in research and teaching in various areas inside and outside MIT from Design, Manufacturing, Numerical Computation, System Dynamics, Control, Robotics, Computer Vision, and Computer Programming, … to Calculus. In 2018, he was involved in teaching a course titled “Computational Thinking for Modelling and Simulation” through MIT edX program internationally that attracted over 10,000 students. Dr. Talebinejad is private pilot and a member of the American Society of Mechanical Engineers and Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.