Navid got his MArch in 2008. After working few years as a lead architect and project manager, his team awarded a number of national and international architectural competitions. His interests in sustainability led him to research and develop software and methods in environmental field. By using computational programming and applying scientific methods, his goal is to have a better understanding of new challenges in architecture. Several challenges and methods are published and presented in related conferences and journals to share these ideas and processes. In the past few years his measure focus was to challenge the big data which can be gathered from different aspects of environment and present new analytical methods to evaluate thermal and visual comfort in terms of outdoor thermal comfort and glare issue respectively in an accurate and fast integrated process. He is now following his interests as a PhD student at Technical University of Munich (TUM). Meanwhile customizing and developing several measurement tools/methods to understand the science behind the environmental parameters especially in lighting and radiation field, opened new doors of capturing and analysing our environment. Among these the Near Infra-Red (NIR) photography is notable.