Kari Pulli is Research Fellow and Member of CEO's Technology Council at
Nokia Research Center in Palo Alto, CA, USA, where he heads a research team
that has been working on mobile imaging, especially on mobile computational
photography and mobile augmented reality.
During 2004-06 he was a visiting
scientist at MIT (though employed by Nokia), before that he headed Nokia's
graphics technology, research, and standardization (e.g., OpenGL ES, M3G,
OpenVG, OpenCL; he also wrote a book on OpenGL ES and M3G). He is an
adjunct faculty at University of Oulu, has a PhD from University of
Washington and an MBA from University of Oulu.
Before Nokia Kari worked on
graphics at Stanford University (on Digital Michelangelo Project),
Alias|Wavefront, SGI, and Microsoft. He was a guest editor at IEEE
Alias|Computer Graphics & Applications, is in the editorial board of Computers and
Graphics, and is the co-chair for Eurographics 2010.