Ginni Grover is a Research Scientist at Intel Labs where she focuses on optical design of new imaging and display platforms. She received her undergraduate degree from IIT Delhi and her PhD from University of Colorado at Boulder in 2013, where she worked on developing an optical imaging technique which used engineered point spread functions to do volume imaging. The optical microscope she developed was applied to STEM/PALM fluorescence imaging of sub-cellular structures which provided an order of magnitude improvement in resolution as compared to the optical limit, in 3D. After her PhD she worked at Double Helix LLC to commercialize this technology. Since then, at Intel, she has worked on a variety of 3D content capture and display systems including multi-camera capture, light field imaging, integral Displays, VR displays, etc. Ginni has contributed 9 scientific papers in peer-reviewed journals, has more than 20 conference presentations and has filed 9 patents. She serves as a reviewer for Optical Society of America’s journals and has participated in the Program Committees of OSA’s Imaging Systems Conference and International Conference on Computational Photography.