IS&T/Appamat International Workshop on Material Appearance

In the framework of the IS&T Color Imaging Conference (CIC 2023) held in Paris 13-17 November, Appamat and IS&T collocate a workshop on material appearance, with a special session on cosmetics and facial appearance.

>> Download the booklet with programme and summaries.


Welcome and IntroductionMathieu Hébert (GDR Appamat), Susan Farnand (IS&T)

Session AM1 – Appearance Measurement and Modelling

Keynote | Microstructure-Appearance relationships in historial pigments – Victor Gonzalez, CNRS, PPSM, ENS Paris-Saclay, France

Meso-Facets for Goniochromatic 3D Printing Lubna Abu Rmaileh, Fraunhofer IGD, Germany

High dynamic range merging algorithms for traceable luminance imaging – Alice Dupiau, CNAM, France

In-situ and highly portable SVBRDF acquisition methodCorentin Cou, INRIA Bordeaux, France

A pilot color matching experiment between an LCD and OLED display – Pooshpanjan Roy Biswas, ENTPE, France

Keynote | Human face complexion in paintings Laurence Tardy, Ecole du Louvre, France.

Session AM2 – Cultural Heritage Materials

Recovering lost polychromy: digital reconstruction of ancient Roman sculpturesYoko Arteaga, NTNU, Norway

How can one detect changes of appearance during the process of conservation ? –  Emma Gillet, Museum National d’Histoire Naturelle, France

Exploring the Optical Properties of the Stained Glass Windows in Conques Abbey by Pierre SoulagesVanina Amblas & Alexandre Bebon, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France

The Scream (ca. 1910) through the Years: from Photographic Documentation to Digital RejuvenationIrina Ciortan, NTNU, Norway

Enhancing the calibration work-flow for UV imagingChloé Bernard, Institut national du patrimoine, France

Session AM3 – Visual Attributes

Exploration of Core Material Appearance FeaturesJiří Filip, Czech Academy of Sciences, Czech Republic

Can We Control Perceived Translucency Using Spatial Augmented Reality?Davit Gigilashvili, NTNU, Norway

Interactive Exploration of Iridescence Using Rough BraggGary Fourneau, INRIA Bordeaux, France

Simulation and Evaluation of sunglass colour vision, Sophie Jost, ENTPE, France

12:30 | Poster session

Session PM1 – Metrology for cosmetics

Keynote | Photonic Pigments for cosmeticsKevin Vynck, CNRS, ILM, France 

Physically-based modeling of the colored appearance of foundationsLoic Tran, L’Oréal, France

Edge-loss effect in skin reflectance measurementsLou Gevaux, CNAM, France

Lip color measurement: A new hyperspectral imaging Héloïse Vergnaud, LVMH Recherche, France

Colour Difference Threshold for 3D Facial Images Ruili He, University of Leeds, UK

Session PM2 – Digital methods for cosmetics

Keynote | Facial appearance measurement – Kaida Xiao, School of Design, University of Leeds, UK.

Multiscale journey from a digital product design to real life photoprotection cosmeticsMaria Ortiz Segovia, L’Oréal, France

Developing Inclusive Cosmetics Ranges For Multicultural ConsumersTheo Phan Van Song, L’Oréal, France

A neural approach for spectral reconstruction of facial RGB images – Fereshteh Mirjalili, NTNU, Norway

Cosmetics and Beauty in the Everyday – Nicole Hall, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France

Keynote | Facial appearance assessment – Yoko Mizokami, Chiba University, Japan.