At the University of Western England, the ApPEARS fellow Marine Shao is working on how to create lifelike organ simulators using 3D printing. You can read more about the project at UWE’s website.
VACANT POSITION Are you interested in 3D-printing? Fraunhofer in Darmstadt, Germany, is offering an exciting opportunity as a researcher in the field of machine learning for 3D-Printing. For more information on the position and how to apply, see Fraunhofer’s website or Euraxess.
Two tutorials titled ‘The reproduction and measurement of 3D Objects‘ and ‘The measurement of advanced BRDF‘ at the CIE tutorials on Colorimetry and Visual Appearance, July 28 – 29, 2020 (online) are being conveyed by ApPEARS consortium members Dr. Kaida Xia, LEEDS and Dr. Gael Obein, CNAM respectively. Yoav Bressle from Stratsys Ltd will talk about […]
Surrounded by Cultural Heritage Objects all over the city, the Early Stage Researchers (ESR) in CHANGE and ApPEARS were finally meeting each other in lovely Paris. The kick-off training event for all ESRs provided new insights in the academic field of colour as well as new friendships. Mid-October in Paris was both rainy and […]
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.
Conference — 21 October 2019 Riccardo Tonello (ESR 15) presented his current work at the GDR-APPAMAT workshop in the 27th Color Imaging Conference 2019, Paris, France. He talked about the concept of DLP printing which uses the grey-scale values method, that enables to remove some of the artifacts due to the resolution of the UVs […]
A week of Color in Paris! CIC 2019 Future events – 25.10.2019 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.
Attendance at Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions MSCA 2019 conference Published at Facebook.com – 05.06.2019 Project Manager of the ApPEARS and the CHANGE project, Anneli Torsbakken Østlien, was present at the Marie Skłodowska-Curie Actions MSCA 2019 conference, learning about the opportunities and challenges the actions provides. More information on the conference can be found here.