Khaled Kilzie, son to a Venetian mother and a Sirian father, graduated at the University of Padua in Electronic Engineering.
He first worked in Padua as Software Developer and Project Manager for Internet services, then in Rome as Systems Engineer for an American multinational software company. After becoming Director of a Consortium of companies in collaboration with Confindustria Veneto and, subsequently, Technical Manager of a software company in Rome, he joined the world of Media and started working in Rai Way (RAI) as Business Developer, till now.
In 2009 he participated as the first Italian, to the first Executive Program at Singularity University, a school founded by Google, NASA and futurist Ray Kurzweil held at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, in the heart of Silicon Valley, California. Thanks to that experience today along with other Singularity University ex alumni founded Axelera. As stated in its statute: "the purpose of Axelera is to spread a clear understanding of the dynamics and exponential technologies and aggregate, inspire and encourage the development of a new leadership that values the potential Italian to face the great challenges of our time".
He is part of the Innovation Faculty and collaborates with the ELIS training school in Rome. Finally, he is committed in launching innovative start-up for the realization of advanced services in the promising field of the Internet of things.