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OpenGL Insights by Christophe Riccio, Patrick Cozzi

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About the Contributors 663
Benjamin Encz
benjamin.encz@googlemail.com
Benjamin started with WebGL in January 2011 at IBM, devel-
oping a UI framework for his bachelor thesis. Currently, he lives
and works in Stuttgart, Germany. He has a bachelors degree in
Applied Computer Science from the Baden-Wuerttemberg Co-
operative State University. Benjamin is a software engineer at
Excelsis Business Technology AG, where he focuses on the conception and develop-
ment of iOS applications. Next to his job, he enjoys tracing WebGLs development,
and video game programming.
Lin Feng
asflin@ntu.edu.sg
Dr. Lin Feng is currently an Associate Professor and the Pro-
gram Director, MSc (Digital Media Technology), at the School
of Computer Engineering, Nanyang Technological University,
Singapore. His research interests include computer graphics,
biomedical imaging and visualization, as well as high-performance
computing. He has published more than 150 technical papers, and he has been serv-
ing on the editorial board and as a guest editor / reviewer for many journals and
books. Dr. Lin is a senior member of IEEE.
Alexandros Frantzis
alexandros.frantzis@linaro.org
Alexandros is an electrical and software engineer and a long-time
free (as in speech) software suppor ter. He has worked on many
aspects of graphics and multimedia technology on GNU/Linux–
based embedded systems, including protocol and data handling
of video streaming, user-interface creation, DirectFB driver de-
velopment, and OpenGL ES 2.0 application development. He is currently a member
of the Linaro Graphics Working Group, developing benchmarking tools for OpenGL
ES 2.0, and enhancing graphics-related free and open source software libraries and
applications to take advantage of the powerful 3D GPUs available on modern ARM-
based hardware.
Lionel Fuentes
lfuentes@asobostudio.com
Lionel started programming at the age of 15 out of curiosity
to understand how computers work and for the fun of mak-
ing programs and video games. He graduated from INSA

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