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Sunday, October 20, 2019


A scientific and memorial workshop on Color, Vision, 3D, and applications to Museum Collections Valorisation.

WHERE: Telecom Paris - 46 rue Barrault - 75013 Paris France
WHEN: 14:00 – ~18:30

  • You must register for this free workshop following the instructions on the Tribute webpage.
  • The afternoon's schedule and details are found on the Tribute webpage.

Monday, October 21, 2019

CIC Short Courses
GDR APPAMAT Materials Appearance Workshop 

CIE Technical and Division Meetings

  • CIE Technical Committee 8-13, Colour Gamuts for Output Media
    CIE TC 8-13 aims to study and recommend methods for computing and communicating colour gamuts for output colour reproduction media. Observers are welcome to attend.
    Draft agenda:inv
    1. Overview of TC 8-13
    2. Current Working Draft - updates, feedback, any further changes
    3. Next steps - WD ballot plan
    4. Any other topics
    5. Next meeting date
    Contact: Kiran Deshpande 
  • CIE Technical Committee 8-16, Consistent Colour Appearance
    Annual face-to-face meeting, the primary focus of which is the reporting of research projects being conducted in the area of Consistent Colour Appearance by researchers at Fogra (Germany), RIT (USA),  and Yamagata University (Japan). We will also discuss our short- and long-term objectives for this research work and your input to this process will be very welcome:
    Contact: W. Craig Revie
  • CIE Division 8 Meeting (short version)
    During this 2nd division meeting of the year, we will review the progress of each Technical Committee, Reportership, and Research Forum, as well as discuss a new TC. Observers are welcome to attend.
    Draft agenda:
    1. Overview of CIE Div. 8
    2. Progress of TC
    3. Progress of Reportership
    4. Progress of Research Forum
    5. Discussion of new TC plan
    Contact: Po-Chieh Hung and Christine Fernandez-Maloigne

DXOMARK Lab Tour & Cocktails (registration to CIC or APPAMAT required to participate in the tour) 
DXOMARK is opening their image quality labs to CIC and APPAMAT participants. They will be showcasing their testing equipment for cameras in smartphones, DSLRs, surveillance, automotive, and other industries. DXOMARK is accessible by Paris Metro. Metro tickets for registrants will be provided. Tickets for the tour and metro must be picked up at the CIC registration desk. Attendees are responsible for getting themselves to the tour by the designate time. Travel time is ~50 minutes from Jussieu Metro, which is adjacent to CIC registration. DXOMARK Tour registration is sent to those enrolled in APPAMAT or CIC. You may also contact Check at the registration desk, although registration is closed, someone may have canceled.

Tuesday, October 22, 2019
CIC27 Final Program 

CIC Short Courses and Workshops

Exhibit Hours: Wednesday 10:40 - 16:20 and Thursday 10:30 - 17:00


Wednesday, October 23, 2019

8:00 – 16:20 Conference Registration Desk

9:00 - 10:00

Welcome and Opening Keynote
Perception-Centered Development of Near-Eye Displays, Marina Zannoli, Facebook Reality Labs (US)
To create compelling mixed reality experiences, we need to better understand what it means to be an active observer in a complex environment. In this talk, I make the case that building mixed reality technology that seamlessly interfaces with our sensorimotor system allows for immersive and comfortable experiences. First, I present a theoretical framework that describes how mixed-reality technologies interface with our sensorimotor system. Then, I show how we can use knowledge about the human visual system to develop novel image quality metrics for near-eye displays. Finally, I describe how the Display Systems Research group at Facebook Reality Labs develops image quality metrics, testbeds, and prototypes to define requirements for future AR/VR displays. More specifically, I present a series of head-mounted prototypes, rendering techniques, and benchtop testbeds that explore various paths to support focus cues in near-eye displays.

10:00 - 10:40
CIC27 Best Paper Award Color Temperature Tuning: Allowing Accurate Post-capture White-balance Editing, Mahmoud Afifi, Abhijith Punnappurath, Abdelrahman Abdelhamed, Hakki Can Karaimer, Abdullah Abuolaim, and Michael S. Brown, York University (Canada)

Coupled Retinex , Javier Vazquez-Corral and Graham D. Finlayson, University of East Anglia (UK)

11:20 - 12:50
Chromatic Adaptation
CIC27 Best Student Paper Second Runner-up Time Course of Chromatic Adaptation under Dynamic Lighting, Rik Spieringhs1, Michael Murdoch2, and Ingrid Vogels1; 1Eindhoven University of Technology (The Netherlands) and 2Rochester Institute of Technology (US)

Degree of Chromatic Adaptation under Adapting Conditions with Different Luminance and Chromaticities, Siyuan Chen and Minchen Wei, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Evaluation and Modification of von Kries Chromatic Adaptation Transform, Shining Ma1, Peter Hanselaer1, Kees Teunissen2, and Kevin Smet1; 1KU Leuven (Belgium) and 2Signify (The Netherlands)

Colors and Emotions (Invited), Christine Fernandez, University of Poitiers (France)

12:40 - 14:00 Lunch on Own

14:00 - 15:00
Material Appearance
JIST-First Detecting Wetness on Skin using RGB Camera, Mihiro Uchida and Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan)

CIC27 Best Student Paper Winner Perceived Glossiness: Beyond Surface Properties, Davit Gigilashvili, Jean-Baptiste Thomas, Marius Pedersen, and Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Appearance Perception of Textiles: A Texture Study, Fereshteh Mirjalili and Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

15:00 - 15:40
Two-Minute Interactive (Poster) Paper Previews I
CIC27 Cactus Award Winner The Importance of a Device Specific Calibration for Smartphone Colorimetry, Miranda Nixon, Felix Outlaw, Lindsay MacDonald, and Terence Leung, University College London (UK)

Joint Design Plane-dependent FM Screens Sets using DBS Algorithm, Yi Yang and Jan Allebach, Purdue University (US)

Color Processing and Management in Ghostscript, Michael Vrhel, Artifex Software (US)

An Evaluation of Colour-to-Greyscale Image Conversion by Linear Anisotropic Diffusion and Manual Colour Grading, Aldo Barba Ramirez, Marius Pedersen, and Ivar Farup, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Developing a Visual Method to Characterize Displays, Yu Hu, Ming Ronnier Luo, Baiyue Zhao, and Mingkai Cao, Zhejiang University (China)

A Testing Paradigm for Quantifying ICC Profilers, Pooshpanjan Roy Biswas, Alessandro Beltrami, and Joan Saez Gomez, HP Printing and Computing Solutions (Spain)

Beyond raw-RGB and sRGB: Advocating Access to the Colorimetric Image State , Hakki Karaimer and Michael Brown, York University (Canada)

Skin Balancing: Skin Color Based Calibration for Portrait Images to Enhance the Affective Quality, Yuchun Yan and Hyeon-Jeong Suk, KAIST (South Korea)

On an Euler-Lagrange Equation for Color to Gray-scale Conversion, Hans Jakob Rivertz, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Conceptualization of Color Temperature Scenario Applied to Quality Lighting Design, Estelle Guerry, Céline Caumon, Georges Zissis, Elodie Bécheras, and Laurent Canale, Université de Toulouse (France)

Effects of Black Luminance Level on Image Quality, Ye Seul Baek and Youngshin Kwak, Ulsan National Institute of Science and Technology, and Sehyeok Park, Samsung Electronics (South Korea)

Evaluating Colour Constancy on the New MIST Dataset of Multi-illuminant Scenes, Xiangpeng Hao, Brian Funt, and Hanxiao Jiang, Simon Fraser University (Canada)

Subjective Judgments of Refrigerator Lighting by Altering its Chromaticity and Placement Across Age Groups, Kyeong Ah Jeong and Hyeon-Jeong Suk, KAIST (South Korea)

Analysis of Relationship Between Wrinkle Distribution and Age based on the Components of Surface Reflection by Removing Luminance Unevenness on the Face, Ikumi Nomura1, Kaito Iuchi1, Mihiro Uchida1, Nobutoshi Ojima2, Takeo Imai2, and Norimichi Tsumura1; 1Chiba University and 2Kao Corporation (Japan)

Illuminance Impacts Opacity Perception of Textile Materials, Davit Gigilashvili, Fereshteh Mirjalili, and Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Impact of Shape on Apparent Translucency Differences, Davit Gigilashvili1, Philipp Urban1,2, Jean-Baptiste Thomas1, Jon Yngve Hardeberg1, and Marius Pedersen1; 1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway) and 2Fraunhofer Institute for Computer Graphics Research IGD (Germany)

Line Spread Function of Specular Reflection and Gloss Unevenness Analysis, Shinichi Inoue and Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan)

Removing Gloss using Deep Neural Network for 3D Reconstruction, Futa Matsushita, Ryo Takahashi, Mari Tsunomura, and Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan)

Estimating Concentrations of Pigments using Encoder-decoder Type of Neural Network, Kensuke Fukumoto and Norimichi Tsumura, Chiba University (Japan), and Roy Berns, Rochester Institute of Technology (US)

Color Space Transformation using Neural Networks, Lindsay MacDonald, University College London (UK), and Katarina Mayer, ESET (Slovakia)

15:40 - 16:20 Coffee Break

16:20 - 17:40

JIST-First Angular Color Prediction Model for Anisotropic Halftone Prints on a Metallic Substrate, Petar Pjanic, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland); Li Yang and Anita Teleman, RISE (Sweden); and Roger D. Hersch, Ecole Polytechnique Federale de Lausanne (Switzerland)

Printing with Light: Daylight-fluorescent Inks for Large-gamut Multi-color Printing, Peter Morovič1, Ján Morovič2, Peter Klammer3, Javier Maestro1, Garry Hinch3, and James Stasiak3; 1HP Inc. (Spain), 2HP Inc. (UK), and 3HP Inc. (US)

Estimation of Layered Ink Layout from Arbitrary Skin Color and Translucency in Inkjet 3D Printer, Junki Yoshii1, Shoji Yamamoto2, Kazuki Nagasawa1, Wataru Arai3, Satoshi Kaneko3, Keita Hirai1, and Norimichi Tsumura1; 1Chiba University, 2Tokyo Metropolitan College of Industrial Technology, and 3Mimaki Engineering Corporation (Japan)

A Psychovisual Study of Print Smoothness via Metameric Samples, Sergio Etchebehere and Peter Morovič, HP Inc. (Spain), and Ján Morovič, HP Inc. (UK)

Thursday, October 24, 2019

8:30 – 15:30 Conference Registration Desk

Exhibit Hours: Thursday
 10:30 - 17:00

9:00 - 10:00

Thursday Keynote
The Chromatic Pyramid of Visibility, Andrew B. Watson, Apple Inc. (US)
The Pyramid of Visibility is a simplified model of the spatio-temporal luminance contrast sensitivity function (Watson and Ahumada 2016). It posits that log sensitivity is a linear function of spatial frequency, temporal frequency, and log luminance. It is valid only away from the spatiotemporal frequency origin. Though very useful in a range of applications, the pyramid would benefit from an extension to the chromatic domain. In this talk I describe our efforts to develop this extension. Among the issues we address are the choice of color space, the definition of color contrast, and how to combine sensitivities among multiple pyramids.

10:00 - 12:00
Color Perception
Proposed Modification to the CAM16 Colour Appearance Model to Predict the Simultaneous Colour Contrast Effect, Yuechen Zhu and Ming Ronnier Luo, Zhejiang University (China)

Perceptual Estimation of Diffuse White Level in HDR Images, Fu Jiang and Mark Fairchild, Rochester Institute of Technology (US), and Kenichiro Masaoka, NHK Science & Technology Research Laboratories (Japan)

Temporary Tritanopia: Effects of Cataract Surgery on Color, John McCann, McCann Imaging (US)

JIST-First Color Vision Differences Following Retinal Detachment and Subsequent Cataract Surgery, Susan Farnand1, Rajeev Ramchandran2, and Mark Fairchild1; 1Rochester Institute of Technology and 2University of Rochester (US)

12:00 - 12:40
Two-Minute Interactive (Poster) Paper Previews II

Chromaticity Coordinates for Graphic Arts based on CIE 2006 LMS with Even Spacing of Munsell Colours, Richard A. Kirk, FilmLight Ltd. (UK)

Impact of Matching Primary Peak Wavelength on Color Matching Accuracy and Observer Variability, Jiaye Li, Kevin Smet, and Peter Hanselaer, KU Leuven (Belgium)

Comparing the Chromatic Contrast Sensitivity in Vertical and Oblique Orientations, Seyed Ali Amirshahi and Marius Pedersen, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Modelling Incomplete Chromatic Adaptation on a Display under Different Ambient Illuminations, Rui Peng1 and Ming Ronnier Luo1,2; 1Zhejiang University (China) and 2University of Leeds (UK)

Real-world Environment Affects the Color Appearance of Virtual Stimuli Produced by Augmented Reality, Siyuan Chen and Minchen Wei, Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Colour Image Enhancement using Perceptual Saturation and Vividness, Muhammad Safdar, Jon Yngve Hardeberg, and Noemie Pozzera, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

New Metrics for Evaluating Whiteness of Fluorescent Samples, Xi Lv1, Yuzhao Wang1, Minchen Wei2, and Ming Ronnier Luo1; 1Zhejiang University and 2The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (China)

No-Reference Image Quality Metric for Tone-Mapped Images, Muhammad Usman Khan, Imran Mehmood, Ming Ronnier Luo, and Muhammad Farhan Mughal, Zhejiang University (China)

Least Squares Optimal Contrast Limited Histogram Equalisation, Jake McVey and Graham Finlayson, University of East Anglia (UK)

Benchmark of 2D Quality Metrics for the Assessment of 360-degree Images Quality, Chaker Larabi, University of Poitiers (France)

Tone Mapping Operators Evaluation Based on High Quality Reference Images, Imran Mehmood, Muhammad Usman Khan, Ming Ronnier Luo, and Muhammad Farhan Mughal, Zhejiang University (China)

Improvement of Blood Pressure Estimation from Face Video using RGB Camera, Ryo Takahashi1, Kenta Masui1, Keiko Ochiai-Ogawa2, and Norimichi Tsumura1; 1Chiba University and 2Kanazawa University Hospital (Japan)

Measuring, Modeling, and Reproducing Material Appearance from Specular Profile, Shoji Tominaga, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

MCS 2019 Exposure Invariance in Spectral Reconstruction from RGB Images, Yi-Tun Lin and Graham D. Finlayson, University of East Anglia (UK)

MCS 2019 Estimation of Blood Concentrations in Skin Layers with Different Depths, Kaito Iuchi1, Rina Akaho1, Takanori Igarashi2, Nobutoshi Ojima2, and Norimichi Tsumura1; 1Chiba University and 2Kao Corporation (Japan)

CIC27 Best Student Paper First Runner-up MCS 2019 Deep Learning for Dental Hyperspectral Image Analysis, Oleksandr Boiko, Joni Hyttinen, Pauli Fält, Heli Jäsberg, Arash Mirhashemi, Arja Kullaa, and Markku Hauta-Kasari, University of Eastern Finland (Finland)

MCS 2019 Spectral Image Recovery from Spectral Filter Array Cameras using LMMSE, Prakhar Amba and David Alleysson, LPNC, CNRS (France)

MCS 2019 Development of the Stool Color Card for Early Detection of Biliary Atresia using Multispectral Image, Masaru Tsuchida1, Hideaki Gunji2, Hideki Nakajima3, Takahito Kawanishi1, Kunio Kashino1, and Akira Matsui3; 1NTT Corporation, 2Japan Association of Graphics Arts Technology, and 3National Center for Child Health and Development (Japan)

12:40 - 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 - 15:20

Color Appearance
Vividness as a Colour Appearance Attribute, Helene Midtfjord, Phil Green, and Peter Nussbaum, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Consistent Colour Appearance - A Novel Measurement Approach, Marco Mattuschka, Andreas Kraushaar, and Philipp Tröster, Fogra Forschungsinstitut für Medientechnologien e.V. (Germany)

Change of Color Appearance Due to Extremely High Light Level: Corresponding Colors, Wenyu Bao and Minchen Wei, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University (Hong Kong)

Measurement of CIELAB Spatio-chromatic Contrast Sensitivity in Different Spatial and Chromatic Directions, Vlado Kitanovski1, Alastair Reed2, Kristyn Falkenstern2, and Marius Pedersen1; 1Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway) and 2Digimarc Corporation (US)

15:20 - 17:00
Interactive Poster Session and Exhibit

17:00 – 17:30
Thursday Invited Talk
Scientific Imaging for Cultural Heritage (Invited), Clotilde Boust, Centre de recherche et de restauration des musées de France (France)
Scientific imaging is an important part of conservation sciences developed in museum laboratories. This is mainly because it is noninvasive, a decisive advantage to studying unique artworks. Various 2D and 3D optical techniques using several radiations (visible, UV, IR, X-rays) lead to a precise state report of the artwork, for color, shape, and surface on first intention. Depending on the object's conservation question, more investigation can be done to detect original or restauration materials or fabrication techniques. Several examples of imaging for art conservation will be presented, with a focus on color collections and multimodal images.

18:00 - 20:00 Conference Reception

Friday, October 25, 2019

8:30 – 12:40 Conference Registration Desk

9:00 - 10:10

Friday Keynote and IS&T and CIC Awards

Let There Be Light: “An AR Immersive Experience”, Panagiotis-Alexandros Bokaris, L'Oréal (France)
Video-projected augmented reality offers unique immersive experiences while it changes the way we perceive and interact with the world. By projecting on real-world objects we can change their appearance and create numerous effects. Due to physical limitations and the complexity of such AR systems, color calibration, and processing for desired appearance changes require to be specifically addressed.

This talk focuses on the challenging aspects of video-projected AR systems composed of video projectors and cameras: geometric calibration, latency, color calibration, and characterization of desired effects. Such an AR solution developed at L’Oréal is presented to demonstrate applications in beauty industry.

10:10 - 12:40
Estimating OLED Display Device Lifetime from Pixel and Screen Brightness and its Application, Jeremie Gerhardt1, Michael E. Miller2, Hyunjin Yoo1, and Tara Akhavan1; 1IRYStec (Canada) and 2LodeSterre Sciences, Ltd. (US)

Illuminant Estimation Through a Reverse Calibration of AWB Image That Contains Displays, Taesu Kim, Eunjin Kim, and Hyeon-Jeong Suk, KAIST (South Korea)

Smartphone-based Measurement of the Melanopic Daylight Efficacy Ratio, Marcel Lucassen, Dragan Sekulovski, and Tobias Borra, Signify Research (The Netherlands)

Quantitative Assessment of Color Tracking and Gray Tracking in Color Medical Displays, Wei-Chung Cheng, Chih-Lei Wu, and Aldo Badano, US Food and Drug Administration (US)

Assessing Colour Differences under a Wide Range of Luminance Levels using Surface and Display Colours, Qiang Xu1, Guihua Cui2, Muhammad Safdar3, Ming Ronnier Luo1, and Baiyue Zhao1; 1Zhejiang University (China), 2Wenzhou University (China), and 3COMSATS Institute of Information Technology (Palestine)

2019 Land Medal Winner Camera Optics: The CAOS Camera – Empowering Full Spectrum Extreme Linear Dynamic Range Imaging (Invited) Nabeel Riza, University College Cork (Ireland)

12:40 - 14:00 Lunch Break

14:00 - 15:00

Applications & Analysis

JIST-First Deep Learning Approaches for Whiteboard Image Quality Enhancement, Mekides Assefa Abebe and Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Analyzing Color Harmony of Food Images, Gianluigi Ciocca, Paolo Napoletano, and Raimondo Schettini, University of Milano-Bicocca, and Isabella Gagliardi and Maria Teresa Artese, National Research Council of Italy (Italy)

Physical Noise Propagation in Color Image Construction: A Geometrical Interpretation, Axel Clouet and Jérôme Vaillant, CEA-LETI, and David Alleysson, Université Grenoble Alpes (France)

15:00 - 15:30 Coffee Break

15:30- 17:00
21st International Symposium on Multispectral Colour Science (MCS) 

There are five Interactive (Poster) Papers that are also part of MCS 2019. See Two-Minute Interactive (Poster) Paper Previews II for details

Polarized Multispectral Imaging for the Diagnosis of Skin Cancer, Laura Rey Barroso1, Francisco Javier Burgos Fernández1, Fernando Díaz Douton1, SaraPeña Gutiérrez1, Satiago Royo Royo1, Josep Malvehy Guilera2, Susana Puig Sardá2, Xana Delpueyo Espanyol1, Giovanni Pellacani3, and Meritxell Vilaseca Ricart1; 1Universidad Politécnica de Cataluña (Spain), 2Clinic Hospital of Barcelona (Spain), and 3Università di Modena e Reggio Emilia (Italy)

Relative Spectral Difference Occurrence Matrix: A Metrological Spectral-spatial Feature for Hyperspectral Texture Analysis, Rui Jian Chu, Noël Richard, and Christine Fernandez-Maloigne, Universite de Poitiers (France), and Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway)

Appearance Reconstruction of Fluorescent Objects based on Reference Geometric Factors, Shoji Tominaga, Norwegian University of Science and Technology (Norway), and Keita Hirai and Takahiko Horiuchi, Chiba University (Japan)

Hyperspectral Imaging for Cultural Heritage, Anne Michelin, Museum National d'Historire Naturelle (France)

16:50 17:00
Closing Remarks and Best Student Paper Award

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