We are pleased to announce that the paper “ EVALUATING THE PERCEIVED QUALITY OF SPECTRAL IMAGES ” by Steven Le Moan and Philipp Urban has been accepted to the ICIP 2013 in Melbourne, Australia. Congratulation to the researches. For further information please click here.
Ludovic Gustafsson Coppel has started at GUC as a post doctoral candidate. He will be responsible for devising implementation strategies for models developed in this programme, testing within colour reproduction workflows, advising on the selection of test images and on coding of implementations and prototype end-use applications. He has a background in Physics. He received his MSc. in Physics from the University of Provence, France, in 1997 and his PhD in Engineering Physics at the Örnsköldsvik Digital Printing Center, Mid Sweden University in 2013.
From the 23rd to the 29th of April Océ Norway’s Business week took place in Océ showroom in Oslo. The Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory had a day dedicated to practial colour management, giving a workshop on colour management and presentations of their research to Norwegian graphic arts industry. For more details please click here.
Congratulations to Radovan Slavuj! Paper submitted by him is accepted at IARIGAI 2013. For details please click here.
We are happy to announce that five abstracts submitted at AIC 2013 by fellow researchers in this project have been accepted. Full papers will soon be submitted for the conference. For details please click here.
The second training event of the project organised at the associated partner Mid Sweden University on March 11 – 15, 2013.
This training event covered the entire paper production process from pulping, paper machine, coating and finishing as well as the characterization of paper properties. For more details click here.
The Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at the Faculty of Computer Science and Media Technology in Gjøvik University College invites applications for a 2-year full-time Experienced Researcher (ER) position within the CP7.0 Project.
The recruited researcher will work in a dynamic high-level international research environment within the Colourlab, at the premises of Gjøvik University College, and in close collaboration with other researchers from the CP7.0 network. The ideal candidate should have extensive experience with colour imaging and printing workflows, a strong scientific background, and be a habile programmer.
The position will be based at GUC, but the candidate will also spend short secondments/visits to several project partners, to amongst other things provide training for less experienced project members in programming and workflow implementation, to exploit various application areas such as fine art reproduction and spectral proofing, and to participate in a rich program of organized research training activities within the project.
For more details and to apply for the position please follow the link http://hig.easycruit.com/vacancy/901367/42360?iso=no
Gjøvik University College welcomes CP 7.0 Training Event 1 from 22 October 2012 till 2 November 2012. The Event will be an introduction to the Project Consortium, Structure, Plans and Funding, it will give an input to the State of the Art and Research Challenges in Colour Imaging, and will provide Training Activities and Social Program to establish the group. More information can be found here. Detailed program description can be seen on CP7 Agenda_22_10_12.
Teun Baar has accepted the offer for a PhD position at Océ. He will work on “Optimization of Print Quality” under the supervision of Dr. Nicolas Bonnier. Tuen Baar holds a MSc Applied Physics, specialised in Image Processing, and a BSc Applied Physics, both from Delft University of Technology. We welcome Teun Baar to CP7.0 and to Océ.