Kirill Kornyakov is a Project Manager at Itseez, where he leads the development of OpenCV library for Android mobile devices. He manages activities for the mobile operating system's support and computer vision applications development, including performance optimization for NVIDIA's Tegra platform. Earlier he worked at Itseez on real-time computer vision systems for open source and commercial products, chief among them being stereo vision on GPU and face detection in complex environments. Kirill has a B.Sc. and an M.Sc. from Nizhniy Novgorod State University, Russia.
Luis Díaz Más considers himself a computer vision researcher and is passionate about open source and open-hardware communities. He has been working with image processing and computer vision algorithms since 2008 and is currently finishing his PhD on 3D reconstructions and action recognition. Currently he is working in CATEC (http://www.catec.com.es/en), a research center for advanced aerospace technologies, where he mainly deals with the sensorial systems of UAVs. He has participated in several national and international projects where he has proven his skills in C/C++ programming, application development for embedded systems with Qt libraries, and his experience with GNU/Linux distribution configuration for embedded systems. Lately he is focusing his interest in ARM and CUDA development.
Sebastian Montabone is a Computer Engineer with a Master of Science degree in computer vision. He is the author of scientific articles pertaining to image processing and has also authored a book, Beginning Digital Image Processing: Using Free Tools for Photographers.
Embedded systems have also been of interest to him, especially mobile phones. He created and taught a course about the development of applications for mobile phones, and has been recognized as a Nokia developer champion.
Currently he is a Software Consultant and Entrepreneur. You can visit his blog at www.samontab.com, where he shares his current projects with the world.