Mary Lou JepsenChief Technology Officer, One Laptop Per ChildFounder and President, PixelQiMary Lou Jepsen has been a pioneer in developing display technologies, from flat-panel televisions, to holography, to laser displays and day-lighting. She was most recently director of technology development in Intel's Display Division. Previously, she co-founded the MicroDisplay Corporation and served as its CTO. Her recent emphasis has been on single-panel LCoS systems, and her leadership in this area has brought her worldwide recognition as a top innovator in the industry. Jepsen also contributed to several breakthroughs in diffractive optics and holographic display technology, including building the world's first holographic video system, and the largest hologram in the world, one that spanned a city block (in Cologne). Jepsen holds a PhD in optics, a BS in electrical engineering, and a BA in studio art from Brown University. She also holds an MS from MIT, where she studied in the Media Lab's Spatial Imaging group.