Dr Tomasz Bednarz currently works as a Computational Research Scientist and Projects Leader at CSIRO's Digital Productivity and Services Flagship. He joined CSIRO in early 2009, and initially worked as 3-D Visualisation Software Engineer at CSIRO Queensland Centre for Advanced Technologies. Then in early 2011, he moved to Sydney to carry out works on image analysis using GPGPUs and heterogenous architectures, and led NeCTAR funded Cloud-based image analysis and processing toolbox project (http://cloudimaging.net.au). Currently, he leads project Platform for Big Data Analytics and Visual Analytics, connecting data analytics, statistical modelling, image analytics, machine learning, visualisation into one stack of reusable solutions running on the CSIRO infrastructure. His broad range of expertise spanning from image analysis, through numerical simulations and experiments with fluids, visualisation, computer graphics, demoscene (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UmS6LtNwMcE) to human-computer interactions is evidenced by the quality and number of publications (http://www.researcherid.com/rid/A-7376-2011). He runs Brisbane GPU Meet-up group, is active in the ACM SIGGRAPH International Resources Committee, and leads the Khronos Group chapter. He actively promotes use of computational and visualisation techniques for science and research, and art + science methodology.