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Alessandro Rizzi is full professor, Department of Computer Science, University of Milano. He has been one of the founders of the Italian Color Group, secretary of CIE Division 8, an IS&T Fellow and a past Vice-President. He is topical editor for Applied Color Science of Journal of Optical Society of America A and associate editor … Continue reading Alessandro Rizzi

Alessandro Rizzi

Alice Plutino is a PhD student in Computer Science at the University of Milan. She received her Bachelor and her Master degree in Conservation and Diagnostic of Cultural Heritage. Her current field of research is colorimetry for cultural heritage and digital movie restoration. She’s also interested in image quality metrics, digital color and algorithms for … Continue reading Alice Plutino

Alice Plutino

Harald Arnkil (b. 1954) is a Finnish artist, colour researcher and educator. After studying art and interior design in the UK, he graduated with a Master’s degree in painting from the Finnish Academy of Fine Arts in 1979. Arnkil is a Senior University Lecturer in Colour Studies at Aalto University School of Arts, Design and … Continue reading Harald Arnkil

Harald Arnkil

Ivar Jung is a former architect and scenographer and currently working as a senior lecturer at the Design department at Linnaeus University in Kalmar, Sweden. Before entering the academic field he worked with architecture, scenography in theatre and as visual artist. In all his work, colour has an important role. The background for the study … Continue reading Ivar Jung

Ivar Jung

Kevin Smet is part-time senior lecturer Faculty of Industrial Engineering Sciences within the Technology cluster Electrical Engineering (ESAT), Technology Campuses Ghent and Aalst at KU-Leuven University. Find his research Curriculum Vitae here.

Kevin Smet

Maggie Maggio is an architect, artist and art educator who has studied and worked with color for over forty years. Her personal explorations into the science of light and pigments led to the creation of workshops for artists and designers who want to incorporate the latest research in color science into their creative practice. Maggie … Continue reading Maggie Maggio

Maggie Maggio

Majed Chambah is  a university lecturer at Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France and scientist at CReSTIC (Centre de Recherche en Science et Technologies de l’Information et de la Communication). His main area of expertise (since 1998) is color imaging, perceptual imaging (implementing techniques inspired from human vision to recognize, process images and assess color image … Continue reading Majed Chambah

Majed Chambah

Nicola Mazzanti (Bologna, 1963) has been active in film archiving and restoration for more than 30 years. He was first film archivist at the Cineteca di Bologna, then co-founder of the Film Festival “Cinema Ritrovato”, and of the restoration centre Immagine Ritrovata, for which he restored hundred of films. He has an extensive list of … Continue reading Nicola Mazzanti

Nicola Mazzanti

Ralf Weber is a Professor of Architecture at the Faculty of Architecture, Dresden University of Technology. He is currently also VIsiting Professor at the School of Architecture and Allied Arts, University of Oregon, Eugene. In his teaching and research he attempts to build bridges between the disciplines of architecture and design on the one hand and … Continue reading Ralf Weber

Ralf Weber

Robert Hirschler graduated at the Technical University of Budapest in chemical engineering/textile chemistry. In 1967 he presented his first paper on computerised colour matching and has been involved in colorimetry and colour science ever since. Having worked over 20 years in the Hungarian textile industry he worked another 20 years for the United Nations Industrial … Continue reading Robert Hirschler

Robert Hirschler

Thomas Kanthak studied architecture in Dresden and remained to establish his own well known office where he realizes projects in cultural heritage preservation and refurbishing with his partners. His office was the winner of the Velux Architekten Competition 2012 – Daylight and Spatial Change.  He has been teaching Spatial Design, Design Fundamentals and color courses … Continue reading Thomas Kanthak

Thomas Kanthak