Jonathan Ragan-Kelley is the Esther and Harold E. Edgerton Assistant Professor of Electrical Engineering & Computer Science at MIT and assistant professor of EECS at UC Berkeley. He works on high-efficiency visual computing, including systems, compilers, and architectures for image processing, vision, 3D rendering, simulation, and machine learning. He is a recipient of the ACM SIGGRAPH Significant New Researcher award, NSF CAREER award, Intel Outstanding Researcher award, and two CACM Research Highlights. He was previously a visiting researcher at Google, a postdoc in Computer Science at Stanford, and earned his PhD in Computer Science from MIT in 2014. He co-created the Halide language and has built more than a half-dozen other DSL and compiler systems, the first of which was a finalist for an Academy technical achievement award.