21 octobre 2019

Material Appearance Workshop – in partnership with IS&T Color Imaging Conference

On the occasion of the Color and Imaging Conference to be held in Paris, GDR APPAMAT is organising an international workshop on the appearance of materials on Monday 21 October 2019 at the Sorbonne’s conference center.

The objective of this workshop is to have an overview of the different disciplinary fields around the appearance of materials, surfaces and objects: materials, nanosciences, optics, image, computer science, metrology, perception, art and design, focusing on characterization by measurement, prediction by modelling, virtual prototyping, manufacturing and reproduction of objects with visual effects.


Access

The workshop will take place at the auditorium of Pierre et Marie Curie Campus, Sorbonne University.

Subway lines 7 or 10, stop Jussieu (see Subway map).  The subway entrance is just in front of the entrance of the campus, then the auditorium is on your right hand (see map below).


Program

Download the program (PDF).

Download abstracts (PDF).


8:30 – Registration starts


9:00 – Opening speech

By Mathieu Hebert, Director of the GDR APPAMAT,
Suzanne Grinnan, Executive Director of the Society for Imaging Science and Technology,
Nicolas Bonnier, General Chair of Color Imaging Conference 2019.


SESSION 1 – Measurement and characterization

Session chair: Lionel Simonot (Université de Poitiers, France)

9:15 – Keynote

Traceability and references for the measurement of appearance – Gaël Obein (Centre National des Arts et Métiers, France).

9:40 – Talks

        • Bidirectional Reflectance Measurement using Image-Based Measurement Setup – A. Sole, I. Farup, P. Nussbaum, S. Tominaga (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway).
        • BRDF characterization of metallized plastics – T. Fontanot1,2, J. Audenaert3, P. Hanselaer3, E. Vesselli1,4, S. Paroni2, F. Leloup3 (1. University of Trieste, Italy; 2. Automotive Lighting Italia S.p.A., Italy; 3. KU Leuven, Belgium; 4. Istituto Officina dei Materiali, Italy).
        • Measurement and reproduction of human skin colour – K. Xiao1, M. Pointer1, T. Chauhan2, S. Wuerger3 (1. University of Leeds, United Kingdom; 2. Université de Toulouse, France; 3. University of Liverpool, United Kingdom).
        • Manufactured surfaces appearance assessment using Reflectance Transformation Imaging – A. Zendagui1, G. Le-Goic1, J.-B. Thomas3, Y. Castro1, M. Nurit1, A. Mansouri1 (Université de Bourgogne Franche Comté, France. 2 NTNU, Norway).

10:45 – Coffee break and poster session


Session 2 – Short talks

Session chairs: Mathieu Hébert (Université de Saint-Etienne, France) and Myriam Zerrad (Institut Fresnel, France)

11:15 – Keynote

Reproducing Images: Colour and Texture – Carinna Parraman (University of West England Bristol, United Kingdom).

11:40 – Short talks

      • Appearance attributes and factors impacting their perception – D. Gigilashvili, J. Y. Hardeberg, M. Pedersen (Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway).
      • Hyperspectral camera calibration and visual color difference metrics – A. Raza1,2, S. Jost2, M. Dubail1, D. Dumortier2 (1. Essilor International, France; 2. ENTPE, France).
      • Impact of background context for material recognition – S. Xu, D. Muselet, A. Trémeau (University de Saint-Etienne, France).
      • Spectral Impact of Light on Visibility in a Tunnel with Typical Material Reflectances – D. Talon1, D. Dumortier1, S. Jost1, S. Besson2 (1. ENTPE, France, 2. CETU, France).
      • Optical modelling of transparent nanostructured butterfly wings – Maëlle Vilbert1, Charline Pinna2, Christine Andraud1, Marianne Elias2, Doris Gomez3 (1. Centre de Recherche sur la Conservation, France; 2. Institut de Systématique, Évolution, Biodiversité, France; 3. Centre d’Écologie Fonctionnelle et Évolutive, France).
      • Tailoring the appearance of Ag:TiO2 nanocomposite films : application to image multiplexing – N. Dalloz1,2, C. Hubert1, N. Sharma2, M. Hebert1, F. Vocanson1, S. Ayala2, N. Destouches1 (1. Université de Saint-Etienne; 2. HID Global CID SAS, France).
      • Use of greyscale voxel values in continuous DLP printing – R. Tonello1, A. Luongo1, E. R. Eiriksson1, D. B. Pedersen1, A. Strandlie2 and J. R. Frisvad1 (1. Technical University of Denmark, Denmark; 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway).
      • Angular reflectance model for ridged specular surfaces, with comprehensive calculation of interreflections and polarization – D. Saint-Pierre1, P. Chavel1,2, L. Simonot3333, M. Hébert1,2 (1. Université de Saint-Etienne, France; 2. Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France; 3. Université de Poitiers, France).
      • Modeling angle-dependent Appearance Reproduction of Inkjet 3D Printer – J. Yoshii1, K. Hirai1, W. Arai2, S. Kaneko2, and N. Tsumura1 (1. Chiba University, Japan; 2. Mimaki Engineering Co., LTD, Japan).
      • Display of a 2D pattern with an illuminated continuous 3D surface “Light sculpting” – L. Brunel (PhotonLyX Technology, Spain).

12:40 – Lunch / Coffee


SESSION 3 – Materials and appearance

Session chair: Nathalie Destouches (Université de Saint-Etienne, France)

14:00Keynote

Appearance analysis of fluorescent objects – Shoji Tominaga (Norvegian University of Science and Technology, Norway)

14:25 – Talks

      • Nanoparticles obtained via solid state dewetting of silver thin filmsI. Gozhyk1, P. Jacquet1,2, B. Bouteille1, R. Podor3, J. Ravaux3, J. Lautru3, R. Dezert4, A. Baron4, J. Jupille2, J. Teisseire1, R. Lazzari2 (1. Lab. Surface du Verre et Interfaces, France; 2. Institut des NanoSciences de Paris, France; 3. Institut de Chimie Séparative de Marcoule, France; 4. Université de Bordeaux; France)
      • Dew as a surface iridescence modifier – C. Ecoffet, B. Leuschel, L. Vonna, O. Soppera (Université de Haute Alsace, France)
      • The appearance of film colors – G. Trumpy (University of Zurich, Switerland)
      • Multi-angle color prediction of anodized titanium – M. Maillet1, Q. Cridling1,2, R. Charriere1, M. P. Pedeferri2, D. Delafosse1,2 (1. Mines Saint-Etienne, France; 2. Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
      • Elementary colours – P. Callet (Centre Français de la Couleur, France).

15:45 – Coffee break and poster session


SESSION 4 – Appearance reproduction and rendering

Session chair: Patrick Callet (Centre Français de la Couleur, France)

16:15 – Keynote

Multi-material 3D printing for appearance fabricationVahid Babaei (Max Planck Institute for Informatics, Germany)

16:40 – Talks

      • Scanning and printing a painting’s appearance – from documenting to reconstructing appearance – W.S. Elkhuizen (Delft University of Technology)
      • Subvoxel Growth Control in DLP 3D Printing – A. Luongo, M. B. Doest, V. Falster, M. M. Ribo, E. R. Eiriksson, D. B. Pedersen, J. R. Frisvad (Technical University of Denmark)
      • Real time ray tracing display simulation based on emissive and reflective spectral measurements – P. Boher1, T. Leroux1, T. Muller2, P. Porral2 (1. ELDIM, France; 2. United Visual Researchers, France)
      • Manipulating Object Appearance with Augmented Reality – M. J. Murdoch (Munsell Color Science Laboratory, USA)
      • Realistic rendering of automotive product: toward predictive simulation – Y.R.P. Sortais1, S. Azouigui1, D. Defianas2, G. Sampaio Da Cruz3, S. Regnier3, B. Deschamps3 (1. Institut d’Optique, France; 2. PSA, France; 3. Renault, France)

18:00 – End


Posters

      • Versatile image multiplexing by industrial nanosecond laser marking on TiO2:Ag nanocomposite films – N. Dalloz1,2, C. Hubert1, N. Sharma2, M. Hebert1, F. Vocanson1, S. Ayala2, N. Destouches1 (1. Université de Saint-Etienne, France; 2. HID Global CID SAS, France)
      • Light reflection models for V-grooved surfacesD. Saint-Pierre1, L. Simonot2, M. Hébert1,3 (1. Université de Saint-Etienne, France; 3. Université de Poitiers, France; 3. Institut d’Optique Graduate School, France).
      • Appearance modification by nano-patterning – V. Gâté1,2, C. Turbil1,2, S. Kolb2, D. Turover1,2 (1. SILSEF, France; 2. NAPA Technologies, France)
      • The Art and Science of Foundation Makeup – G. Vanderover, C. Ennis, D. DiCanio, C. Fthenakis (Estee Lauder Companies, USA)
      • The boundary integral formalism for the scattering of light from rough multilayers on the 0.4-1 µm band – G. Soriano, M. Zerrad, C. Amra (Institut Fresnel, France)
      • Metal-dielectric thin-films for the control of color: application to art and design – A. Moreau1, A. Echasseriau2, F. Lemarchand1, R. Shirvinton1, and J. Lumeau1 (1. Institut Fresnel, France; 2. Crafter Studio, France)
      • HDR versus hyperspectral images for applied colour and lighting research – S. Jost1, C. Cauwerts2, A. Raza1,3 (1. ENTPE, France; 2. Université catholique de Louvain, Belgium; 3. Essilor International, France).
      • Accurate metrology of scattered light – M. Zerrad, M. Lequime, M. Fouchier, C. Amra, (Institut Fresnel, France).
      • Display of a 2D pattern with an illuminated continuous 3D surface. “Light sculpting” – L. Brunel, PhotonLyX Technology.
      • Spectral Impact of Light on Visibility in a Tunnel with Typical Material Reflectances – Talon1, D. Dumortier1, S. Jost1, S. Besson2 (1. ENTPE, France, 2. CETU, France)
      • Use of greyscale voxel values in continuous DLP printing – Tonello1, A. Luongo1, E. R. Eiriksson1, D. B. Pedersen1, A. Strandlie2 and J. R. Frisvad1 (1. Technical University of Denmark, 2. Norwegian University of Science and Technology).
      • Modeling angle-dependent Appearance Reproduction of Inkjet 3D Printer – Yoshii1, K. Hirai1, W. Arai2, S. Kaneko2, and N. Tsumura1 (1. Chiba University, 2. Mimaki Engineering Co., LTD).
      • Impact of background context for material recognition – S. Xu, D. Muselet, A. Trémeau (University de Saint-Etienne, France).
      • High Dynamic Range Reflectance Transformation Imaging: An Adaptive Multi-Light Approach for Visual Surface Quality Assessment — M. Nurit1, A. Zendagui1, Y. Castro1, G. Le Goic1, H. Favrelière2, A. Mansouri1 (1. Université de Bourgogne Franche-comté, France; 2. Université Savoie Mont-Blanc (USMB), Annecy, France

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