We are happy to announce that 2 papers submitted at CVCS 2015 by research fellows ‘Paula Žitinski Elías’ and ‘Ludovic Coppel’ as part or their research activities in the CP7 project has been accepted. Congratulations to the researchers. For further details please click here.
CP7 researcher Paula Žitinski Elías from LiU, Sweden had a short secondment visit to Gjøvik University College in March 2015. During this visit Paula closely worked with Radovan Slavuj and Luddovic Coppel from CP7.0, and had meetings with several other members of the Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at GUC. Paula is currently working with colour models for multi-channel printing and image quality assessment.
We are happy to announce that CP7 researcher Paula Zitinski Elias at Linköpings Universitet, Campus Norrköping, Sweden successfully defended her licentiate thesis on December 16, 2014 at Linköpings Universitet, Department of Science and Technology. Her licentiate thesis is entitled “Halftoning for multi-channel printing – algorithm development, implementation and verification “. For more details please click here.
CP7 researchers Ludovic Gustafsson Coppel and Paula Žitinski Elías have recently returned from the Advances in Printing and Media Technology conference (IARIGAI) in Swansea, Wales. Paula presented a paper about multilevel halftoning. The second paper deals with spectral colour prediction of halftone prints using probabilistic models. The third paper shows the feasibility of spectral proofing (i.e. reproducing the appearance of spot colours in multiple illuminants) with a multi-channel printer and is a collaboration with CP7 researcher Radovan Slavuj and Steven Le Moan.
- Dot gain analysis from probabilistic spectral modelling of colour halftone, by Coppel, L.G.
- Next generation printing – Towards spectral proofing, by Coppel, L.G.; Le Moan, S.; Slavuj, R.; Elías, P.Ž. and Hardeberg, J.Y.
- Multilevel halftoning applied to monochromatic inks in multi-channel printing, by Elías, P.Ž.; Gooran, S. and Nyström, D.
The fifth training event (TE5) was held at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK and the National Gallery, London, UK, on April-May (27 – 2) 2014. The event was attended by all the research fellows as part of the training program in the CP7.0 project.
The training focused on exploring beyond the boundaries of the current state of digital printing and colour management, with emphasis on print application and knowledge transferability between the arts and sciences. For more details please click here.
At ST&T/SPIE EI2014 conference, the fellow researchers participated in setting up a CP7.0 project demonstration table during the demonstration session on tuesday evening, February 4, 2014. This session, during the conference provided a unique networking opportunity, a time when attendees could see the latest research in action, compare commercial products and ask questions to technically knowledgeable demonstrators. For more details please click here.
After the special session at MMRMA conference in Electronic Imaging 2014 which was in San Francisco USA, CP7 consortium took the opportunity to visit the Stanford Center for Image Systems Engineering (SCIEN) at Stanford University campus. SCIEN is located at the David Packard Electrical Engineering department at Stanford University campus. For more details please click here.
A special session was organised by the CP7.0 consortium in the MMRMA conference at Electronic Imaging 2014. Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg gave an invited talk on CP7.0 project goals, challenges and accomplishments. A total of 10 papers are published by the consortium (at the MMRMA conference) in EI2014. The details of the papers published and presented at EI2014 can be found here.
The fourth training event of the project was organised at TUD, Darmstadt, Germany on December 2 – 6, 2013. The event was attended by all the research fellows as part of the training program in the CP7.0 project.
The training covered the area of gamut mapping in the colour reproduction field along with spectral imaging workflow and traditional printing workflows in detail. To know more, please click here.