Sajad was consumed by physics and programming back in high school. He loved how physicists see the world and how programmers sought to develop it. He was constantly swaying between the two, trying to determine a future path that included both of these approaches. Later, he started to work as a software engineer. To continue his other interest too, he got a gold medal in the national olympiad of physics. Then he studied for a bachelor's degree in Computer Engineering at the Sharif University of Technology whilst he tried to learn advanced topics in physics too. In the exploration for the settlement point, he thought that it might be computational methods in physics, or maybe the area between machine learning and complex systems. He learned and explored but ended up on a different topic: Quantum Computing. Soon he jointly established the Phanous Research & Innovation Centre, and after that, he was one of the researchers at QuOne Lab of the Phanous. Finally, when the lab reached the end of its lifecycle, he started a master's degree in Quantum Technologies at University College London.