Tamy Boubekeur is a computer graphics researcher and the Director of 3D&I Research at Adobe. He is also Professor at Ecole Polytechnique, Institut Polytechnique de Paris and he is currently on leave from his (main) professorship in Computer Science at Telecom Paris, Institut Polytechnique de Paris, where he founded the computer graphics group in 2008. He was previously the Chief Scientist at Allegorithmic (acquired by Adobe in 2019), research associate at TU Berlin (Germany), and research team member at INRIA (France) and the University of British Columbia (Canada). He received a M.Sc in Computer Science (2004) and a Ph.D in Computer Science (2007) from the University of Bordeaux as well as a HDR (“Habilitation à Diriger des Recherches”) in Computer Science from University Paris XI (2012). His research areas focus on 3D Computer Graphics, with a special interest in modeling and rendering efficiently 3D data, which includes shape analysis (from spatial to statistical methods, with application to recognition, interactive modeling and rendering), geometry capture, processing, editing, real-time image synthesis, global illumination, GPU programming and graphics data structures. More information at https://perso.telecom-parist.fr/boubek.