Khalid Belhajjame is a lecturer at the University Paris-Dauphine. Before moving to Paris, he has been a researcher for several years at the University of Manchester, and prior to that a PhD student at the University of Grenoble. His research interests lie in the areas of information and knowledge management. In particular, he has made key contributions to the areas of pay-as-you data integration, e-Science, scientific workflow management, provenance tracking and exploitation, and semantic web services. He has published over 50 papers in the aforementioned topics. Most of his research proposals were validated against real-world applications from the fields of astronomy, biodiversity and life sciences. He has participated in multiple European-, French- and UK-funded projects, and hs been an active member of the W3C Provenance working group, the NSF funded DatONE working group on scientific workflows and provenance, and more recently the Research Object for Scholarly Communication Community Group. He is also co-leading the provenance benchmarking activity ProvBench, which seeks to produce a family of benchmarks for testing provenance proposals.