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Links of interest to CREATE participants and visitors: Centre for Fine print research UWE, Bristol UK : The main focus of research at the CFPR concerns the development of quality fine print, this is primarily undertaken from a fine art perspective. We recognise however, that print is inexorably linked to industrial development so therefore we are also equally comfortable with conducting research from an industrial perspective.   Department of Information Technologies, Graphics Imaging and Colour Research Group, Università Degli Studi Di Milano, Italy.   The Norwegian Color Research Laboratory is a research group within the Department of Computer Science and Media Technology at Gjøvik University College. It was founded in spring 2001 to serve the rising needs for colour management solutions in the graphic arts industry. CReSTIC : Centre de Recherche en Sciences et Technologies de l’Information et la de Communication, Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne
 (URCA) Colour, Design & Creativity - the new online journal from the Society of Dyers and Colourists (SDC), for the professional and academic design community, is now live! Design and related subjects are increasingly being studied and taught as an academic discipline in universities. They represent one of the significant interfaces between art and science, and the journal is dedicated to exploring this relatively unfamiliar area, and to providing a forum for workers in disparate disciplines to communicate the results of their work and to discuss issues of common interest. University of Leeds : The Department of Colour and Polymer Chemistry was founded in 1878, and is the only such department in Europe. It is generally recognised as the world's leading department in colour and polymer chemistry. Digital Print CIC was established in July 2005 and has gone from strength to strength in it’s service to academia and industry   Virtual Environments and Imaging Technologies Laboratory of the University of Pannonia (formerly University of Veszprém). Image processing and pattern recognition on conventional digital computers and on nonlinear neural networks. Topics include: segmentation, super resolution, compression, coding of still images and video sequences. Applications are from the area of surveillance, remote monitoring, film restoration, retirieval and content analysis of image databases and video. INTERFACE Centre for Research in Art, Technologies and Design, School of Art & Design, University of Ulster at Belfast. INTERFACE is an interdisciplinary and practice based research centre situated in the School of Art and Design, University of Ulster, Belfast campus. It is a key element in a substantial redevelopment of the Belfast campus and has been established since April 2004 fuseaction=dataForm.postResults CORDIS : Marie Curie Human Resources and Mobility. The projects presented in these databases - which successfully responded to Commission calls for proposals - have already been selected for EU funding. Their promoters have been asked by the Commission to use the present search tools in order to recruit both early stage and experienced researchers from other countries, who can then take part in joint research or benefit from training activities geared specifically to their needs. 'Host' organisations - including universities, research centres and enterprises active in R&D - are based in the Member States, associated states and in certain third countries, depending on the action.  Series of Annual Colour Imaging Conferences held in the USA. This year’s IS&T/SID Color Imaging Conference (CIC), is to be held in Albuquerque, New Mexico from November 5–9 2007. Ever since its conception 14 years ago, CIC has been a showcase of the latest advances in color imaging science and engineering and has served as the principal international forum for color scientists, technologists, and students. The Society of Dyers and Colourists : In order to make every effort 'to advance the science of colour', the Society of Dyers and Colourists aims to disseminate information through the coloration industry and beyond. This is done through the work done by the members of Council, the various committees and the membership worldwide. The headquarters of the Society are based in Bradford, UK.
Colour facts and information at your fingertips: the SDC's simple, easy-to-use tool that keeps you up-to-date with all the latest trends and developments. In the news section we feature international news sourced from the fibre2fashion service (full content now available at no extra cost!), plus news generated by the Society of Dyers and Colourists. Use the 'keyword' box to search for specific items. (subscription site)

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