Khatereh is a design analyst working with Data-Driven Design and research teams. She develops research-based analytical methods and tools for design and planning of healthcare, workplace and educational environments where integrating scientific evidence into design processes is critical for improving performance, health and wellness measures.
Her multidisciplinary skills enable her to bridge between different fields including evidence-based design, computational design and industrial engineering to offer innovative solutions for addressing complex design questions. Khatereh is interested in developing computational tools for analysis of multiple design and planning alternatives by integrating peer-reviewed research findings into parametric tools and application of simulation modeling in design practice.
Khatereh is also a Ph.D. candidate in architecture at Georgia Institute of Technology, has authored multiple peer-reviewed journal articles and has presented her work at national and international conferences.