University of Westminster, with the co-operation of the Imaging Science Group of the Royal Photographic Society
All About Imaging is a one-day event, aiming to bring academics and professionals who work in imaging science and related areas, or use imaging as part of their profession, to discuss their work, research and development and present case studies to colleagues, students and the general public. The symposium aims to create opportunities for knowledge exchange and collaborations and bring students and younger audiences to appreciate the diversity of areas that require expertise in imaging. It is aimed primarily to Westminster students studying photography and imaging, but is also open to all University staff and students, as well as invited prospective students and members of the Royal Photographic Society.
Photographer: Daniel Garside
Group talks will take place at the end of the symposium at the Campus’s London Gallery West, where speakers and attendees will have the opportunity to visit the Inspired by…Images from Science exhibition, exchange ideas and forge useful links.
Invited talks will be given in the following areas:
- Human Vision & Imaging
- Image Processing & Computer Vision
- High Dynamic Range Imaging
- 3D Imaging
- Reproduction of Art
- Forensic Imaging
- Clinical Photography
Registration to the event is free of charge.
The symposium is part of the Broad Vision art/science programme exploring the impact that science and imaging technologies have on our lives, including:
Exhibition Part1: Images from Science, London Gallery West, 22 – 28 May.
An exhibition of stunning photographs drawn from the world of science.
Exhibition Part 2: Inspired by ..., London Gallery West, 30 May – 17 June.
An intriguing collection of artworks and artifacts inspired by Images from Science, produced by students from the arts and the sciences.
Symposium: Inspired by…31 May, 2 - 5pm
An afternoon exploring the innovative approaches to research and learning undertaken on the Broad Vision interdisciplinary programme.
All About Imaging: Programme
10.30 - 10.40am
Intro & Welcome
10.40 - 11.10am
Measuring human contrast sensitivity and discrimination from images of natural scenes, John Jarvis & Sophie Triantaphillidou, Imaging Technology Research Group, University of Westminster, UK
11.10 - 11.40am
High Dynamic Range imaging: The good, the bad and the limits, Alessandro Rizzi, Department of Information and Communication, Università degli Studi di Milano, Italy
11.40 - 12pm Break
12 - 12.30pm
A biologically-inspired approach for quality evaluation of stereoscopic images, Chaker Larabi, XLIM lab CNRS, Université de Poitiers, France
12.30 - 1pm
Enhanced Access to archives: Case studies with mobile-AR and Kinect, Natasha Angelopoulou, Imaging and Interactive Technologies, University of Westminster, UK
1 - 2pm Lunch Break
2 - 2.30pm
Analyzing manuscripts: Revealing the visually unknown with similarity measures, Aleka Psarrou, Imaging and Interactive Technologies, University of Westminster, UK
2.30 - 3pm
Reproduction of texture in artworks, Carinna Parraman, Centre for Fine Print Research, University of the West of England, UK
3pm - 3.30
Using photographic techniques to visualize damage on a heritage ceiling, Lindsay MacDonald, Department of Geomatic Engineering Lab, University College London, UK
3.30 - 3.50pm Break
3.50 - 4.20pm
Video evidence: Test targets and procedures, Ken MacLennan Brown, MacLennan Imaging Ltd, UK
4.20 - 5.10pm
Current development in clinical photography, Paul Compton, Media Resources Centre, Cardiff & Vale University Local Health Board and Cardiff University, UK
5.15 - 6.30pm
Visit Inspired by… exhibition and meet the speakers at London Gallery West
For more information contact:
Dr Sophie Triantaphillidou, ASIS, FRPS
Imaging Technology Research Group
E: [email protected] (subject: all about imaging)
T: +44(0)2079115000 ext. 4584
Northwick Park, Metropolitan line Car parking available