Dr. Ather Gattami grew up in Lund, Sweden. He holds Master of Science degrees in both Engineering Physics and Mathematics from Lund University. He was mentioned as the first "Gemstone Student" and graduated as the youngest and fastest engineering student in Sweden, which was awarded the prestigious prize of "Extra Ordinary Achievements" at Lund University. He did his Master's at Caltech in 2003. Dr. Gattami pursued his PhD studies at Lund University, and he graduated as the fastest and youngest PhD in engineering in 2007. He worked at MIT as a research associate in 2008 and joined KTH during 2009-2012 as an assistant professor. Dr. Gattami served as a Senior Researcher at Ericsson Research from 2012-2015 where he was leading the Emerging Technologies team for the 5th generation (5G) communication system. He holds over 20 international patents. He is currently a senior AI expert at RISE (Research Institutes of Sweden) AI. His research interests are within the mathematical foundations of Machine Learning in general and Deep Learning in particular, Reinforcement Learning, and learning in dynamical systems and games, with applications to tele-communication, energy network modelling and optimization, recommender systems, anomaly detection, predictive maintenance, and Natural Language.