Virtual Reality Industry Forum (VRIF) / Intel Corporation
Ozgur Oyman is a Principal Engineer at Intel’s Next Generation & Standards (NGS) organization. He joined Intel in 2005. He is in charge of various mobile multimedia related research and standardization initiatives for Intel in 3GPP SA4, MPEG and VR-IF, addressing areas such as immersive media distribution, 5G media services and edge computing. He is a co-founder of the VR Industry Forum, and he currently serves on VR-IF Board of Directors as a board member and treasurer and also chairs VR-IF’s Guidelines Working Group. He also serves as head of delegation for Intel in 3GPP SA4 working group that specializes on mobile multimedia services, and related codecs, protocol stacks and file formats. He’s held numerous editorship, rapporteurship and chairmanship roles for 3GPP SA4 and MPEG. He is an established innovator with 80+ granted patents in the USA (and many more globally) on mobile communications and multimedia networking. He is author or co-author of over 70 research publications and over 500 standards contributions. He holds Ph.D. and M.S. degrees from Stanford University and a B.S. degree from Cornell University (all in EE).