Ahmed Khadragi received the BSc. and MSc. in Computer Engineering, College of Engineering and Technology, The Arab Academy for Science, Technology & Maritime Transport, Egypt, in 2000 and 2003 respectively. He received the PhD in Computer Science, School of Computing, Science & Engineering, College of Science & Technology, The University of Salford, UK, in 2011. In 2000 Ahmed started his academic career as a Graduate Teaching Assistant in the Department of Computer Engineering, The Arab Academy, Egypt. He was then promoted to an Assistant Lecturer in 2003. Currently he is a lecturer in the same department. Through the study of his PhD, he has acquired and built an advanced knowledge base in computer engineering, microcontroller based system design, data acquisition, modeling and animation. Dr. Khadragi has recently designed and implemented a system that interprets and teaches sign language that met a lot of success locally and internationally. He has constructed his own hardware and software lab through asse bling all the different equipments and supporting materials from USA, Egypt, Italy, France and UK. Currently his main research interests include intelligent systems design, graphical modeling and animation, steganography and cryptography.