Ohad Fried is a PhD student in the Computer Science Department at Princeton University. His work lies in the intersection of computer graphics, computer vision, and humancomputer interaction. Previously, he received an M.Sc. in Computer Science and a B.Sc. in Computational Biology, magna cum laude, both from The Hebrew University. Ohad’s research focuses on tools, algorithms, and new paradigms for photo editing. He published research papers in premier venues, including SIGGRAPH, CVPR, Eurographics, and NIME. Ohad worked for and collaborated with various companies, including Adobe, Google and Texas Instruments. He is the recipient of a Google PhD Fellowship, a Princeton Gordon Y.S. Wu Fellowship in Engineering, and was part of the Amirim interdisciplinary honors program. If you own a cable modem, there’s a nonnegligible chance that Ohad’s code runs within it, so feel free to blame him for your slow internet connection.