Cp7 researcher Teun Baar successfully defended his PhD thesis titled “Optimization of print quality with multi-channel printing” on October 16, 2015 at Télécom ParisTech, Paris, France. Heartiest Congratulations! to Dr. Teun Baar.
Teun got some interesting and challenging questions and also positive comments on for example the presentation style. The jury did like the way Teun presented his research in an understandable way focused on a broad audience, while at the same time being able to focus on details of the research. The jury did also pointed out the diverse set of topics that were researched by Teun, which was possible due to several collaborations within the CP7 project.
The jury members for Teun defense were Prof. Jan Allebach, Prof. Christine Andraud, Prof. Yann Gousseau and Prof. Sabine Süsstrunk.
CP7 researcher Teun Baar will defend his PhD thesis on October 16, 2015 at Télécom ParisTech, Paris, France. The title of his PhD topic is “Optimisation of print quality with multi-channel printing”. For more details please click here.
We are happy to inform that the paper submitted by CP7 researcher Ludovic Coppel (written in collaboration with the associate partner Mid Sweden University) is now published in the Optics Express Journal. For more details please click here.
We are happy to inform that the paper “Spatio-Spectral Gamut Mapping and Separation” submitted by Sepideh Samadzadegan at CIC 2015 is accepted in the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology (JIST) and will be presented at the CIC23 conference held in Darmstadt, Germany.
In April 2015, CP7 researcher Teun Baar visited the Fraunhofer-Institute Darmstadt as part of his secondment. During the visit, a psychophysical experiment was conducted to assess the influence of texture on the perception of gloss and visa versa, using printed samples. The aim of the research was to acquire an improved understanding of the perception of these two aspects for 3D printed samples of which the gloss level was controlled.
CP7 researchers Teun Baar and Melissa Olen presented their research papers at the AIC2015 conference recently held in Tokyo, Japan. In total 3 papers were presented from the project. For more details please click here.
CP7 researcher Radovan Slavuj presented his PhD research work at Forum Farge 2015 conference in Olso, Norway on April 17th, 2015. Radovan presented his research carried out till now on Spectral Modelling for multi-channel printers discussing about the work done till now and how it can be applied in everyday scenarios.
Forum Farge is a Norwegian association of people working with Colour. The main aim of this association is to stimulate Colour research on all aspects of colour, to disseminate research-based knowledge about colour, and to facilitate the application of this knowledge to solve colour-related issues in art, design, architecture, science and technology at national level.