Wojciech S. Mokrzycki was born in 1943 in Cmolas (Poland). He obtained his MSc. degree in automation and computer science from Moscow Power Engineering Institute. In 1967 he started working for Military Academy of Technology in Warsaw as a research assistant. Next he chaired Computer Graphic Hardware Group. He was a co-author of the first - in the East European Countries - graphic monitor, and after this - multimonitor graphics system. Since 1977 he has chaired (founded by himself) Computer Graphic Laboratory in the Institute of Mathematical Machines (programming of numerical control of machine tools and computer graphics systems on the base of standard interface). In addition, he was a co-author of some graphic programming systems. He was the creator of Polish terminology in computer graphics and image processing field (co-author of some papers and author of the ''Encyclopaedia of Picture Processing'' (Encyklopedia Przetwarzania Obrazow). In 1978 he obtained his PhD. degree in computer science from Military Academy of Technology, Warsaw. Since 1985 he has been working for the Institute of Computer Science, Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw, as an Assistant Professor in the field of computer graphics, vision and image processing, especially the discretization of the curves and surfaces, and the visualization of the 3D discrete scenes. In 1989 he obtained his second scientific degree (habilitation - DSc. degree) in computer science from Warsaw University of Technology, and since 1990 he has been an Associate Professor in Institute of Computer Science, and since 1995 also Professor in the Institute of Automotion of Comand Systems, Military Academy of Technology. In 1990 he created international conference on computer graphics and image processing (GKPO), and since then he has conducted them. He is also the founder and Editor-in-Chief (since 1992) of an international journal ''Machine GRAPHICS & VISION''. Since 1996 he has been a Vice-President of ''Assocciation for Image Processing'', Poland. Author and co-author of about 100 research papers, several implemented scientific computer science projects, and several patents. His current research interests include: stereogrammetry, 3D scene analysis, recognition, modeling, understanding and visualising.