CP7 researcher Ludovic Gustafsson Coppel presented the CP7.0 project at the Norwegian Paper and Fibre Research Institute (PFI) in Trondheim. PFI is an independent research institute within wood fibre, pulp, paper, new biobased materials and biofuels. For more details please click here.
We are happy to announce that 11 abstracts submitted at EI 2014 by fellow researchers in this project have been accepted. Full papers will soon be submitted for the conference. For more details please click here.
CP7 researcher Steven Le Moan presented his work at the ICIP conference in Melbourne, Australia in September, 2013. His publication at ICIP introduces a new strategy for spectral image quality assessment based on modified existing full-reference color image-difference measure. The title of his research paper published is ‘Evaluating the perceived quality of spectral images’.
CP7 researcher Radovan Slavuj presented his work at the IARIGAI 2013 conference recently held in Chemnitz, Germany. His publication at IARIGAI 2013 talks about spectral printing models that can be used in printing and two halftone models which can implemented during spectral printing. The title of his research paper published is ‘Review and analysis of spectral characterisation models and halftoning for multi-channel printing’.
Melissa Olen has recently returned from the IMPACT8 International Printmaking Conference in Dundee, Scotland. Apart of the panel discussion “Transversing Print Media”, Melissa discussed her research on “Artist influenced approaches for colour reproduction in inkjet printing”. For more details please click here.
We are happy to inform that CP7 project is one of the success stories (refer page 46) in the ‘EU FP7 People Specific Programme Success Stories Booklet’. This booklet talks about success stories from different countries and is formulated with the help of each country national contact point (NCP). In the booklet, the Individual Marie Curie Actions Stories are mentioned in the first part, while, the Host Driven Marie Curie Actions Stories are mentioned in the second part. To download the booklet in the pdf form please click here. More information about EU FP7′s People Network can be found on the following website http://www.fp7peoplenetwork.eu.
CP7 researcher G.M.Atiqur Rahaman was interviewed by Örnsköldsvik kommun to know more about his research activities in the CP7.0 project and contribution towards the research in public and private sector in Örnsköldsvik, Sweden. For more details please click here.
We are happy to inform that CP7 researcher Sepideh Samadzadegan from Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany is now a member of the CIE TC 8-13 technical committee working on Colour Gamuts for Output Media. The aim of this committee is to study and recommend methods for computing and communicating colour gamuts for output reproduction media in which Sepideh will be contributing with her research carried out in this project.
CIE (The International Commission on Illumination or its French title, the Commission Internationale de l´Eclairage) aims for a worldwide cooperation and the exchange of information on matters relating to the science and art of light and lighting, colour and vision, photobiology and image technology. CIE is an independent, non-profit organisation that serves its member countries on a voluntary basis. CIE is a professional organisation and is accepted as a best authority on the subject and is recognised by ISO as an international standardisation body. For more details on CIE please click here.
CP7 researchers Teun, Melissa, Paula and Radovan presented their research papers at the AIC 2013 conference recently held in Newcastle, UK. A total of 5 papers were presented and published in this conference. For more details please click here.
We are happy to inform that two papers submitted by Steven Le Moan, Sepideh Samadzadegan and Philipp Urban at CIC 2013 are accepted for oral and focal (Sepideh Samadzadegan) presentations. For more details please click here.