Sabine Süsstrunk joined EPFL in 1999. She is full professor and Director of the Images and Visual Representation Laboratory (IVRL) in the School of Computer and Communication Sciences (IC). Since 2015, she is also Director of the Digital Humanities Institute (DHI) and Digital Humanities Section (SoDH), College of the Humanities (CdH). Her main research areas are in computational imaging, computational photography, color image processing and computer vision, multimedia, and computational image quality and aesthetics. She has a BS in Scientific Photography from ETH Zürich, Switzerland, a MS in Electronic Publishing from the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT), Rochester, NY, USA, and a PhD on computing chromatic adaptation from the School of Computing Sciences, University of East Anglia (UEA) in Norwich, UK. From 2003-2004, Sabine was a Visiting Scholar in the Computational Color Reproduction Group at Hewlett-Packard Labs in Palo Alto, CA, USA. From 1995-1999, she was the Principle Imaging Researcher at Corbis Corporation in Seattle, WA, USA. From 1991-1995, she was a Visiting Assistant Professor in the School of Photographic Arts and Sciences at the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT). Sabine has authored and co-authored over 150 publications, of which 7 have received best paper/demo awards, and holds 10 patents. She served as chair or committee member in many international conferences on color imaging, digital photography, and image systems engineering (General Chair for the IS&T/SPIE Annual Symposium on Electronic Imaging in 2011, Area Chair for IEEE CVPR 2011 and 2016, Area Chair for IEEE ICIP 2008, 2009, 2016, 2017, etc.). Sabine is President and Member of the Board of the EPFL-WISH (Women in Science and Humanities) Foundation. She is Member of the Foundation Council of the SNSF (Swiss National Science Foundation). Since 2018, she is also Member of the Board of the SRG SSR (Swiss Broadcasting Corporation). Sabine received the IS&T/SPIE 2013 Electronic Imaging Scientist of the Year Award for her contributions to color imaging, computational photography, and image quality, and the IS&T 2018 Raymond C. Bowman Award for excellence in teaching. She is a Fellow of IEEE and IS&T.