Important Dates
 Call for Presentations
  » Journal-first Submission 1 April 2020
   (w/paper in proceedings)
  » Standard Submission 26 April 2020
    (w/paper in proceedings)
 Final Manuscripts Due
7 Sept 2020
 Hotel Reservations
 Early Registration Ends 1 Oct 2020
 Conference Begins
2 Nov 2020


General Chair
Maria Vanrell, CVC - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)

Technical Program Chairs
Peter Morovic, HP Inc. (Spain)
Ivar Farup, NTNU (Norway)

Japan Program Chair
Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan)

Short Course Chairs
Eric Walowit, independent consultant (USA)
Michael Brown, York University (Canada)

Workshop Chairs
Javier Vazquez-Corral, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)
Minchen (Tommy) Wei, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Interactive Paper Chairs
Masaru Tsuchida, NTT (Japan)
Erika Kanematsu, Nikon Corporation (Japan)

Exhibit/Sponsorship Chair
Keita Hirai, Chiba University (Japan)

CIC27 JIST-first Associate Editors
Michael J. Murdoch, RIT (USA)
Jérémie Gerhardt, IRYStec Software Inc. (Canada)
Noel Richard, University of Poitiers (France)
Jean-Baptiste Thomas, NTNU (Norway)
Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan)

CIC Steering Committee

Nicolas Bonnier, Apple Inc. (USA)
Ivar Farup, NTNU (Norway)
Graham Finlayson, University of East Anglia (UK)
Peter Morovic, HP Inc. (Spain)
Maria Vanrell, CVC - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
Suzanne Grinnan, IS&T (USA)


At this time, planning for CIC and Print4Fab are progressing under the assumption that Covid-19 will be contained by the time of these meetings and that they will take place in Chiba, 2-6 November.  Having said that, we are monitoring the evolving situation and will make decisions, as necessary, that put the health and safety of our community at the forefront.

Authors concerned about submitting for this meeting given the uncertainty we find ourselves in should rest assured that IS&T is committed to providing alternative publication and/or presentation formats should that become necessary.

For details on the Covid-19 situation, visit WHO, CDC, and/or John Hopkins Center for Health Security.



IS&T's Printing for Fabrication Conference

Digital Fabrication explores the potential of digital printing technologies with sessions on new applications and materials that go well beyond traditional printing. Digital fabrication techniques have been used for biomedical applications, as well as to produce MEMS and new electronic devices. Conference topics include 2D & 3D functional printing and micromachining; digital fabrication instrumentation; ink jet printing processes; laser patterning processes, direct-write, and integration in printing manufacturing lines; process materials and substrates for digital fabrication; nano-patterning and imprint technologies; prototyping technology; printed sensors, photovoltaic cells, lighting devices, biomaterials, architectural components and electronics and devices; and industrial and commercial digital fabrication.

ICAI 2020

The International Conference on Advanced Imaging


The 21st International Symposium on Multispectral Colour Science, will be collocated with CIC28. The general chair for MCS’20 is Norimichi
Tsumura of Chiba University. Please submit papers on this topic via that CIC28 submission site.


ICC DevCon

The theme of the next International Color Consortium Developers Conference is The Future of Color Management. This one-day event, held November 2, includes a panel of expert speakers on advanced color management topics, and an iccMAX hands-on workshop. 

More information

Comité de Color
European Optical Society (EOS)
The Finnish Color Association
Forum Farge
The French Color Imaging Group
German Society of Color Science and Application (DfwG)
GI Fachbereich Graphische Datenverarbeitung
Gruppo del Colore-Associazione Italiana Colore
Imaging Society of Japan (ISJ)
IOP Printing and Graphics Science Group
Inter-Society Color Council (ISCC)
NOBIM (Norwegian Association for Image Processing and Pattern Recognition)
Swedish Colour Centre Foundation
The Colour Group (Great Britain)
The Royal Photographic Society of Great Britain/ Imaging Science Group 

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