Bruno Raffin (PhD, HDR) is associate researcher since 2001 at INRIA Grenoble. Bruno Raffin has a PhD from the Université d’Orléans on parallel programming language design (1997). After a 2 year postdoc at Iowa State University he refocused his research activity on 3D high performance interactive computing. He led the development of the FlowVR middleware dedicated to parallel interactive applications, initiated and steered the multi-camera Grimage platform (http://grimage.inrialpes.fr) used to develop real-time full-body 3D interactions and 3D telepresence. He also work on parallel algorithms and cache-efficient parallel 3D data structures (cache oblivious mesh layouts), targeting multi-CPU and multi-GPU machines with applications to real-time physics simulations and scientific visualization. Bruno Raffin accounts for more than 50 international publications, 11 adviced PhD students. He is a long time committee member of IEEE VR, the major international virtual reality conference, and steering committee member of the Eurographics Symposium on Parallel Graphics and Visualisation.