16-17 September 2020 We are very happy to announce that the Colour and Visual Computing Symposium 2020 (CVCS 2020) will take place in Gjøvik, Norway, on 16-17 September 2020. This will be the tenth time that The Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) organizes such an event. […]
CHANGE School Norway 2020! 10-21 February 2020 All project members from ApPEARS will attend the training event hosted at NTNU Gjøvik, Norway. Program will include visit to different institutions and lectures.
A week of Color in Paris! CIC 2019 Future events — 21-25 October 2019 Many ESRs from ApPEARS & CHANGE will attend the 27th Colour and Imaging Conference to be held in Paris this October 21-25. More information on the conference can be found here.
Presentation at CCIW in Chiba University Published at Facebook.com – 29.03.2019 CHANGE ITN project members and colleagues were present at Chiba University, Japan at CCIW (Computational Color Imaging Workshop 2019) on its 7th Edition. Prof. Jon Yngve Hardeberg presenting at CCIW More information on the event can be found here.
ITN Coordinators Day 2018 Published at Facebook.com & ec.europa.eu – 23.11.2018 Jon Yngve Hardeberg, Sony George and Anne Hilde Nymoen from NTNU assist at ITN Coordinators day 2018, event held at Brussels. ITN Coordinators Day Conference Room Anne Hilde Nymoen & Sony George Outside of the ITN Coordinator’s Day event More information and video of […]
The ColourLab at NTNU helps to secure Norwegian art Published at gemini.no – 22.06.2018 Using advanced imaging technology and 3D printing, the Color Lab at NTNU in Gjøvik will ensure our art and cultural heritage. This is possible because the institution has received NOK 80 million for two EU projects. More information can be found […]
NRK Program interview Published at nrk.no – 21.06.2018 Appearance and interview at NRK (min 2:40-3:45). Full interview can be found here (site in Norwegian).
NRK Radio Interview Published at radio.nrk.no – 06.06.2018 Interview at NRK Radio. More information can be found here (site in Norwegian).