Adrián Jarabo is a post-doctoral associate at the Graphics and Imaging Lab, in Universidad de Zaragoza, where he got he PhD in 2015. His research interests focus on the different aspects of physically-based light transport, including mathematical models and algorithms for light transport simulation, appearance modeling, and imaging, with particular focus on transient light transport. He has also worked in other topics such as applied perception or light field manipulation. His work has lead to more than twenty publications in top venues, including five papers in ACM Transactions on Graphics. During his PhD he did research stays in Trinity College Dublin, Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, and Tsinghua University. He has served in several international program committees, including Eurographics, EGSR, and Siggraph Asia (sketches), and reviewed for the top journals and conferences in the field. In 2017 he received the Eurographics PhD Thesis Award as one of the three best graphics thesis in Europe.