Ahmad Beydoun, a researcher and spatial investigator, delves into the entwined realms of technology, environmental manipulation, and territorial politics within both physical and virtual environments. His interest with sensor technology drives him to create site-specific devices in his investigative pursuits. As a lead researcher for Lawrence Abu Hamdan's "Air Pressure," Ahmad explored the intriguing connection between air pressure variations and auditory perception in the skies of Lebanon. Currently, he's pursuing his doctoral research at the Technical University of Delft under the Borders & Territories department. His thesis on atmospheric terrorism probes the intricate relation of territoriality, atmospheric violence, and environmental manipulation, shedding light on this rising global concern.