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.
CP7.0 project members Radovan Slavuj, Srikrishna Nudurumati, Ludovic Coppel and Aditya Sole participated in the work group meetings on June 10th and 11th, 2013 and in the Graphic Arts Color Experts’ Day organised by ICC on June 12, 2013 at Frankfurt, Germany. CP7.0 project and consortium was presented at the Experts’ Day by Radovan Slavuj and Aditya Sole giving information on the research being carried out in the project and the FP7 Marie Curie ITN funding received for the research from REA, Brussels. For more details please click here.
Radovan Slavuj has accepted the offer for a PhD position at Gjøvik University College. He will work on “Spectral Modelling for multi-channel printers and displays” under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg. Radovan’s educational background is in computational and graphic engineering and he is holding Engineering (MSc) degree from Faculty of Technical Sciences (University of Novi Sad), Serbia, as well as MSc in Digital Colour Imaging from London College of Communication. His research interests are in color management with utilization of both conventional and multispectral approaches. We welcome Radovan to CP7.0 and to Gjøvik University College.