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For Short Course links, go to Courses in the top navigation and then scroll and click on the course name.

  CONFERENCE PROCEEDINGS

The CIC29 Final Program and Proceedings will be available by the first day of the conference. To download go to the Technical Sessions tab in the top navigation and then to Libraries.


  CIC29 COMMITTEE


General Chair

Peter Morovic, HP Inc. (Spain)

Technical Program Chairs
Jérémie Gerhardt, IRYStec Software Inc. (Canada)
Michael J. Murdoch
, RIT (USA)

Short Course Chairs
Kate Edwards, Datacolor (USA)
Jean-Baptiste Thomas
, NTNU (Norwary)

Workshop Chairs
Simone Bianco, Università degli Studi di Milano-Bicocca (Italy)
Timo Kunkel, Dolby Laboratories, Inc. (USA)


Interactive Paper Chairs
Maliha Ashraf, University of Liverpool (UK)
Minjung Kim, Facebook Reality Labs (USA)


Special Topics Chairs
Michael Brown, York University (Canada)
Maria Vanrell, CVC - Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona (Spain)
Javier Vazquez-Corral, Universitat Pompeu Fabra (Spain)

CIC29 JIST-first Associate Editors
Marius Pedersen, Lead AE, NTNU (Norway)
Samuel Morillas Gomez, Universidad Politécnica de Valencia (Spain)
Markku Hauta-Kasari, University of Eastern Finland (Finland)
Masaru Tsuchida, NTT Communication Science Laboratories (Japan)



  PROGRAM AT-A-GLANCE
 
3 Keynotes
29 Oral presentations
28 posters
3 workshops

View CIC29 Full Program 

 MONDAY 01 NOV.*


*Days are defined based on the hour talks occur in New York.

Welcome and Opening Keynote
10:00–11:10 (NY) / 15:00-16:10 (Paris) / 23:00–00:10 (TYO)
Some of the Interesting Challenges of Developing the HoloLens Sensor Array, and Some Fun and Hard Imaging Problems Ahead, Andy Goris, Formerly Microsoft HoloLens, HP Camera Division, and HP Computer Graphics Lab (US)

Online Icebreaker
11:10–11:50 (NY) / 16:10-16:50 (Paris) / 2 Nov 00:10–00:50 (TYO)
During this break attendees meet in Gather for a fun icebreaker event. Designed to help you meet new colleagues, everyone is highly-encouraged to attend.

Camera Color
11:50–12:50 (NY) / 16:50-17:50 (Paris) / 2 Nov 00:50–01:50 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
12:50–13:20 (NY) / 17:50-18:20 (Paris) / 2 Nov 01:50–02:20 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers.

Spectra
13:20–14:20 (NY) / 18:20-19:20 (Paris) / 2 Nov 02:20–03:20 (TYO)

Break in program to accommodate time zones

Improving Displays
19:00–20:10 (NY) / 2 Nov: 00:00-01:10 (Paris) / 08:00–09:10 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
20:10–20:30 (NY) / 2 Nov: 01:10–01:30 (Paris) / 09:10–09:30 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers.

Interpretations
20:30–21:10 (NY) / 2 Nov: 01:30–02:10 (Paris) / 09:30–10:10 (TYO)


 TUESDAY 02 NOV.*


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*Days are defined based on the hour talks occur in New York.

Image Quality
08:30–09:40 (NY) / 13:30–14:40 (Paris) / 21:30–22:40 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
09:40-10:00 (NY) /14:40 – 15:00 (Paris) / 22:40-23:00(TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers

Tuesday Keynote and IS&T Awards
10:00–11:00 (NY) / 15:00–16:00 (Paris) /23:00–00:00 (TYO)
Scene-referred Gamut Compression in ACES, Carol Payne, Netflix (US); Matthias Schaftenberg, Industrial Light & Magic (Canada); and Nick Shaw, Antler post (UK)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
11:00–11:30 (NY) / 16:00–16:30 (Paris) / 00:00–00:30 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers.

Color Contrast
11:30–12:10 (NY) / 16:30–17:10 (Paris) / 00:30–01:10 (TYO)

Noise
12:10–12:50 (NY) / 17:10–17:50 (Paris) / 01:10–01:50 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
12:50–13:20 (NY) / 17:50–18:20 (Paris) / 01:50–02:20 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers.

Improving Prints
13:20–14:20 (NY) / 18:20–19:20 (Paris) / 02:20–03:20 (TYO)

Color Conundrums I
14:20–15:10 (NY) / 19:20–20:10 (Paris) / 03:20–04:10 (TYO)
Join some of your colleagues to discuss a color and imaging topic of your choice. Share your knowledge; hear from others. Topics range from more academic to more industry focused.

Break in program to accommodate time zones

Two-Minute Interactive Paper Previews Followed by Interactive Paper Poster Session I
19:00–20:20 (NY) / 00:00–01:20 (Paris) / 08:00–09:20 (TYO)

Color Conundrums II
20:20–21:10 (NY) / 01:20–02:10 (Paris) / 09:20–10:10 (TYO)
Join some of your colleagues to discuss a color and imaging topic of your choice. Share your knowledge; hear from others. Topics range from more academic to more industry focused.


 WEDNESDAY 03 NOV.*


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*Days are defined based on the hour talks occur in New York.

White and Color
08:30–09:40 (NY) / 13:30–14:40 (Paris) / 21:30–22:40 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
09:40-10:00 (NY) /14:40 – 15:00 (Paris) / 22:40-23:00 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers

Closing Keynote
10:00–11:00 (NY) / 15:00–16:00 (Paris) / 23:00–00:00 (TYO)
Learning to Estimate Lighting from a Single Image
, Jean-François Lalonde, Université Laval (Canada)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
11:00–11:30 (NY) / 16:00–16:30 (Paris) / 4 Nov 00:00–00:30 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers.

Two-Minute Interactive Paper Previews Followed by Interactive Paper Poster Session II
11:30–13:00 (NY) / 16:30–18:00 (Paris) / 4 Nov 00:30–02:00 (TYO)

Workshop I: Elevating the Story: Bridging Arts and Science
13:00–14:00 (NY) / 18:00–19:00 (Paris) / 4 Nov 02:00–03:00 (TYO)

Break in program to accommodate time zones

Changing Appearance
19:00–20:10 (NY) / 4 Nov: 00:00–01:10 (Paris) / 08:00–09:10 (TYO)

Session Break / Posters Available for Viewing
20:10–20:30 (NY) / 01:10 – 01:30 (Paris) / 09:10-09:30 (TYO)
Meet with others in Gather for discussions with colleagues and speakers

Describing Appearance
20:30–21:10 (NY) / 01:30–02:10 (Paris) / 09:30-10:10 (TYO)


 THURSDAY 04 NOV.*


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*Days are defined based on the hour talks occur in New York.

Closing Remarks and CIC Best Paper Awards
10:00–10:20 (NY) / 15:00–15:20 (Paris) / 23:00–23:20 (TYO)

Workshop II: Color: From Images to Videos
10:20–11:50 (NY) / 15:20–16:50 (Paris) / 23:20–00:50 (TYO)

Workshop Break
11:50–12:10 (NY) / 16:50-17:10 (Paris) / 5 Nov 00:50-01:10 (TYO)

WORKSHOP III: Color and Architecture: Light Affects Mood, Perception
12:10–13:10 (NY) / 17:10-18:10 (Paris) / 5 Nov 01:10-02:10 (TYO)

Break
13:10–13:30 (NY) / 18:10-18:30 (Paris) / 5 Nov 02:10-02:30 (TYO)

Color Combat
13:30–14:20 (NY) / 18:30-19:20 (Paris) / 5 Nov 02:30-03:20 (TYO)
Join other attendees to test your knowledge of color trivia. End CIC with a bit of relaxation and fun!


 COURSES BY DAY *

* Days of the week are based on New York time.
View Full Course Descriptions (including dates and times in multiple times zones)


Monday 18 October
SC10 Camera Color Characterization: Theory and Practice (D. Wueller and E. Walowit)
SC11 Color Imaging Challenges with Compact Camera Optics (K. Matherson)

Wednesday 20 October
SC12 Deep Learning for Color (S. Bianco and M. Buzzelli)
SC13 A Quantum-relativistic Theory (E. Provenzi)
SC14 Solving Color Problems using Vector Space Arithmetic( M. Vrhel)

Thursday 21 October
SC07 High Dynamic Range Imaging: Improvements and Limits after more than 20 Years of Research (A. Rizzi and J. McCann)
SC08 The Art of Making Better Pixels: High Dynamic Range Display Concepts and Technologies (T. Kunkel)
SC09 Color Essentials in LED Lighting Systems (M. Murdoch)

Friday 22 October
SC15 Digitizing Motion Picture Film (G. Trumpy)

Monday 25 October
SC03 Fundamentals of Spectral Measurements for Color Science (D. Wyble)
SC04 Fundamentals of Psychophysics (J. Ferwerda)

Tuesday 26 October

SC16 Using the New Colour Management Technology, iccMAX (P. Green)
SC17 Color Gamut Mapping (J. Morovic)
SC18 Research and Application of Uniform Color (M. Luo)

Wednesday 27 October
SC05 Psychophysics Lab (J. Viggiano)

Thursday 28 October
SC19 Fundamentals of Translucency Perception, (D. Gigilashvili)
SC20 Measuring, Modeling, and Rendering Surface Appearance (J. Ferwerda a S. Padhye)


ON DEMAND
(go to COURSES then scroll to the title and click on Libraries to view the recording)
SC01 Color and Imaging, Day 1 & 2 (G. Sharma)
SC02 Advanced Colorimetry and Color Appearance (G. Sharma)
SC06 Color Science Implications of Modern Display Technologies (C. Poynton and D. Stolitzka)