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.
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.
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.
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.
The third training event of the project was organised at the network partner Linköpings Universitet, Campus Norrköping, Sweden on May 27 – 31, 2013. The event was attended by all the ESRs as part of training program in the CP7.0 project.
This training event covered the fundamental knowledge about halftoning concepts and methodologies, as well as models predicting the spectral outcome of halftone prints. For more details click here.
Srikrishna Nudurumati has accepted the offer for a PhD position at Gjøvik University College. He will work on “Design and Development of Spectral Colour Management Workflows” under the supervision of Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg. Srikrishna has a masters’ degree in Remote Sensing & Geo Information Systems from National Institute of Technology, Warangal India. He has an extensive work experience in Color Image and Video Processing, Subjective and Ojective Image/Video Quality analysis, Color Reproduction and Device Colour Management Systems, Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition. His professional work experience includes that from HP’s Imaging and Printing Group, Video Product Division at Tektronix and EFI. The CP7.0 consortium welcomes Srikrishna.