Miss Yasmeen Abu-Kheil joined Khalifa University Robotics Institute as a PhD student in February, 2014. Miss Yasmeen achieved a grade point average (GPA) of 3.78 out of 4 in her PhD courses. She received a B.Sc. Degree in electronics engineering in 2005 and her M.Sc. degree in Mechatronics Engineering in 2008, both from American University of Sharjah, UAE. Prior to joining Khalifa University, Miss Yasmeen was a lead teacher for the electrical and mechanical departments in the institute of applied technology, UAE. Miss Yasmeen’s PhD research is focused on developing a robotic capsule for non-invasive endoscopy. She had made excellent progress in her research and recently published a full per reviewed paper in the Micro-Bio Robotics International Journal. Another of her papers, titled “Vision/inertial based image mapping for capsule endoscopy” won the best paper award in the Robotics, Automation and Bioengineering track in UAE Graduate Student Research Conference (GSRC 2015). Miss Yasmeen also plays a full and active rule in various extra-curriculum activities. She has played leading rules in the “Site Inspection Drone”, a finalist in the Drones for Good Competition, 2015, and “ColCAM: Spherical capsule for endoscopic applications” , a semi-finalist in the 2016 Robotics for Good competitions. She was a technical community member in the 12th Asia-Pacific Conference on Giftedness (2012) and the Emirates Skills National Competitions (2011 and 2012). She is currently the Electronics UAE chief expert in the Emirates Skills National Competitions, and the UAE Electronics expert in World Skills.