QRID has a diverse and dedicated faculty of team members that is responsible for the proper functioning of the organization and its actions. They are ever faithful to the dreams of QRID and ensuring the proper development of robotics in the region.
Faheem Ahmed Khan, Executive Director
Faheem Khan is one of the co-founders of QRID and has played a very important role since its founding. Since 2017, Faheem has become the Executive Director of QRID and is responsible for hosting robotic courses, interacting with clients, and the growth of QRID. Faheem also designs robots & brings his creativity to the team in terms of new robotic designs.
Faheem is currently studying Graphic Design at Virginia Common-Wealth University at Qatar. Apart from making robots, Faheem also enjoys mural art, graffiti painting, craftswork & spray painting.
Nour Thabet, Programming Curriculum Lead
Nour Thabet joined QRID in 2017 with the intent of furthering robotics education in Qatar. Nour develops and teaches the Robotics:Computer Vision course in QRID. She has 7 years of experience in teaching and training students across various age groups with a special focus on 12-18 year olds. Nour She aims to do this by developing three fundamental attitudes: confidence, perseverance and enthusiasm.
Nour is currently doing her masters in cybersecurity at Hamad Bin Khalifa University. She is also the Outreach Officer at Carnegie Mellon University, Qatar.
Mouhyemen Ahmed Khan, General Manager
In his senior year at Texas A&M University at Qatar, Mouhyemen Khan co-founded Qatar Robotics Institute for Development (QRID) with his younger brother Faheem A. Khan & three other electrical engineering students from his university. Since then, Mouhyemen has been actively involved in the growth and development of this institute. He has worked on multiple robotic projects and taught robotic workshops to over 500 students.
Mouhyemen is currently a PhD student at Georgia Institute of Technology, Atlanta. His main interests are in autonomous control of robots and computer vision.