Marc Pollefeys is an assistant professor at the computer science department of the University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill since July 2002. Before this he was a post-doctoral researcher of the Funds for Scientific Research - Flanders affiliated to the Center for Processing of Speech and Images of the K.U.Leuven. His PhD dissertation on "Self-calibration and Metric 3D Reconstruction from Uncalibrated Image Sequences" was awarded the Scientific Prize BARCO 1999. His current research focuses on 3D modeling from images, multi-view geometry, image-based rendering, virtual and augmented reality and applications. He is currently involved in projects ranging from digital archaeology, over immersive video and 3D television, to planetary rover control. Marc Pollefeys has published over 60 technical papers and won several awards, amongst which the prestigious Marr Prize at the International Conference on Computer Vision in 1998. He is the chair of the working group on Image Sequences of the International Society for Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing (ISPRS). He has organized the Second European Workshop on Structure from Multiple Images of Large-scale Environments in Dublin in 2000 and several courses and tutorials at major vision and graphics conferences. He has served on the program commitee of several international conferences and workshops and is a regular reviewer for most major computer vision, computer graphics and photogrammetry journals and conferences.