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Collaborate - Innovate - Create
Managing Colour in Digital Processes & the Arts
17-21 September 2007, School of Creative Arts, UWE Bristol
As they become available, you can read the papers given at conference by clicking on the name links below.
Sabine Susstrunk - (Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL), Switzerland) - 'Models of Colour Vision for Image Processing'.
Alain Tremeau - (Laboratoire LIGIV Université Jean Monnet, France) - 'Perception of color and image quality of films Projected in Cinema or Displayed on TV screens'.
Carinna Parraman - (Center for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) - Colour in Flux (notes)
Nathan Moroney - (Hewlett Packard, USA) - 'The Many Mispellings of Fuchsia'
Stephen Westland - (School of Design, University of Leeds, UK) - 'Assessment of image difference and image quality'
János Schanda - (University of Veszprém, Hungary ) - ‘Colour rendering – open questions and possible solutions’
Majed Chambah - (Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne (URCA)) - 'Reference Free Image Quality Evaluation for Photos and Digital Film Restoration'
Joyce Townsend - 'Light stability of colorants in museum collections : Are we still in the Dark Ages?'
Anya Hurlbert - 'Colour constancy'
Alessandro Rizzi - (Università Degli Studi Di Milano) - 'Human Visual Perception and Spatial Models of Colour'
Ming Ronnier Luo - (Department of Colour and Polymer Chemistry, University of Leeds, UK) 'Colour Technologies for Bridging the gap between Designers and Technologies' Slides
Michael Craine & Angela Brown - (Cranfield Colours Ltd. Printing Ink Manufacturers, Cwmbran, Gwent) - 'The practical realities and daily disappointments of colour!'
Key Note Speakers :
Reiner Eschbach - 'Image Reproduction - An Oxymoron!'
John McCann - 'The Interaction of Art, Technology and Consumers in Picture Making'
CV writing surgery, help with proposal or project writing, and the opportunity to have individual questions answered by experts in your field of interest.
Poster presentations :
This conference aims to identify new research and ideas, and offers students the opportunity to showcase their own research projects through a 10 -15 minute presentation. Posters should be A1 in size. Details of what to include will be added shortly. Spaces are limited, so please indicate on the application form if you wish to present at this conference.
A major aim of the conference is to develop and foster a robust research network that will thrive beyond the time-frame of the funding programme, which ends in Gjøvik, Norway, in 2010. Research and outcomes shall be published via the Internet and by hardcopy at the appropriate juncture.
Within 3 years of this final event, 70% of all participants will have had their results published. Within 5 years – this will reach 90%.