This page gives an overview of the researchers who have worked in this project.
Teun has worked with Océ Print Logic Technologies SA, France on “Optimization of Print Quality with Multi-channel printing” under the supervision of Dr. Maria Ortiz. The focus of his research was towards adding extra dimensions to the prints in the form of relief, with the goal of controlling the angular dependent reflection properties.
Srikrishna worked on “Observer Variability in Spectral reproduction workflow” under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg and members in the Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at Gjøvik University College. His research aimed at addressing the variability in color matching functions with respect to device colorimetry in evaluating the colour appearance matching in practical applications ranging from multi-channel print soft-proofing to accurate colour communication.
Radovan worked on “Spectral modeling of multi-channel printers” under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg at the Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at Gjøvik University College. His research focused on evaluating and developing printer models and halftoning algorithms for multi-channel printing and to evaluate the colour accuracy and print quality when using spectral reproduction workflows.
Melissa worked at University of the West of the England, Bristol on the topic “Multi-channel printing applications in the reproduction of the Fine Arts”. Her main supervisor was Dr. Carrina Parraman but she also worked closely with National Gallery in London. Main focus of her research was to investigate multi-channel inkjet printing methods that deviate from standard colour management workflows and incorporate artist colour mixing principles relevant to traditional print processes.
Paula Žitinski Elías
Paula worked at Linköpings Universitet, Campus Norrköping, Sweden on the topic “Halftoning and tonal reproduction” under the supervision of Dr. Daniel Nystörm. The main focus of her research was oriented towards developing and testing new halftoning algorithms that will be able to overcome the challenges in a multi-colorant impressions.
Sepideh worked at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany on two research topics 1) Spectral gamut prediction and mapping, and 2) Printing, measurement and perception of gloss effects under the supervision of Dr. Philipp Urban.
G M Atiqur Rahaman
Atiqur worked at Voxvil AB, Sweden on the topic “Paper optical and surface properties” under the supervision of Dr. Ole Norgberg at Voxvil and Dr. Mattia Anderson at Mid Sweden University. His research was focused on modeling the spectral behavior of the print media (light, paper and ink) interaction and incorporate the effect into a spectral printing system.
Steven Le Moan
Steven worked as an experienced researcher at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany under the supervision of Dr. Philipp Urban. His topic of research Image Quality in the Spectral space. The main aim of this topic was to study the key challenges in Spectral Image Quality Assessment (SIQA).
Ludovic Gustafsson Coppel
Ludovic worked as an experienced researcher at Gjøvik University College under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg. He had a role of an experienced researcher to collaborate with the ESRs in the project and work together on topics related to work done by the ESRs in the project along with his own research focus in the area of fluorescence where he worked on developing physicals models that predict the spectral reflectance of halftone prints in illumination with different amount of UV radiation. He also worked on developing spectral gamut mapping taking fluorescence into account.
Jana had a short recruitment period at Voxvil AB, Sweden under the supervision of Dr. Ole Norberg. Her main work topic was Spectral colour printing reproduction with an aim to develop a spectral colour printing system that takes as input an original colour stimulus, together with the colour gamut of the printing system and models the output for a given substrate.
Irina Mihaela Ciortan
Irina had a short recruitment period at Gjøvik University College and worked mainly on Spectral reproduction of Paintings under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg. The focus of her work was to implement an end-to-end spectral workflow towards reproduction paintings using a multi-channel printer.