13 novembre 2023

Appamat/IS&T 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


9:00 | Welcome and Introduction – Mathieu Hébert (GDR Appamat), Suzanne Grinnan (IS&T)

9:05 | Keynote | Microstructure-Appearance relationships in historial pigments – Victor Gonzalez, CNRS, PPSM, ENS Paris-Saclay, France

9:40 | Session AM1 – Appearance Measurement and Modelling

        • 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 displayPooshpanjan Roy Biswas, ENTPE, France

10:20 | Coffee

10:50 | Keynote | Human face complexion in paintings Laurence Tardy, Ecole du Louvre, France.

11:10 | Session AM2 – Cultural Heritage Materials

        • Recovering lost polychromy: digital reconstruction of ancient Roman sculptures Yoko 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 Soulages Vanina 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

12:00 | Session AM3 – Visual Attributes

        • Exploration of Core Material Appearance Features Jiří 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 Bragg Gary Fourneau, INRIA Bordeaux, France
        • Simulation and Evaluation of sunglass colour vision, Sophie Jost, ENTPE, France

12:30 | Poster session

14:00 | Keynote | Photonic Pigments for cosmetics – Kevin Vynck, CNRS, ILM, France 

14:30 | Session PM1 – Metrology for cosmetics

        • Physically-based modeling of the colored appearance of foundationsLoic Tran, L’Oréal, France
        • Edge-loss effect in skin reflectance measurements Lou 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

15:10 | Keynote | Facial appearance measurement – Kaida Xiao, School of Design, University of Leeds, UK.

15:45 | Coffee

16:20 | Session PM2 – Digital methods for cosmetics

        • 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
        • DigitHair: 3D hair rendering engine for hair colorationHui Ding, L’Oréal, France
        • Cosmetics and Beauty in the Everyday – Nicole Hall, Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France

17:10 | Keynote | Facial appearance assessment – Yoko Mizokami, Chiba University, Japan. 

17:45 | The end



Please visit the dedicated page on the website of the Color Imaging Conference CIC2023.

13 novembre 2023, 13h3019h00
Sorbonne Université
Campus Pierre & Marie Curie
Centre International de Conférences Sorbonne Université (CICSU)
4, place Jussieu – 75005 Paris

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