STUDENT PAPER AWARDS recipients

The goal of the AIC Student Paper Awards scheme is to encourage students to present their work at the AIC meetings and to benefit from interaction with the international colour community. Applications must be substantially related to the subject of colour, but may be based in any discipline or mix of disciplines. Both research-based and practice-based work will be considered.  There are six awards given, with a prize of $1,000 AUD for the winning submission, $600 AUD for the first runner-up and $400 AUD for the second runner-up.  Three papers will be awarded honorable mention.  All winner will be AIC guest at the Conference Gala Banquet and will have their papers published in a special issue of the JAIC. For more details please refer to the AIC guidelines.


2020 RECIPIENTS


On Nov 27, 2020 Vien Cheung, AIC President, presented the Student Paper Awards at the AIC 2020 Symposium in Avignon, France.  This is the second time running of the AIC Student Paper Awards. We had 12 reviewers this year that we appointed from the AIC Executive Committee, members of the Study Group on Colour Education and Editorial Panel of the Journal of the AIC. All the student papers are of high quality and thus it was a tough competition amongst the final 19 Student Papers to come up only 6 as the finalists for this Awards scheme. 


First Prize - Federico Grillinia - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway 

Mixing models in close-range spectral imaging for pigment mapping in cultural heritage 


Second Prize - Aiman Raza - Université de Lyon, France

Dominant color and Image color composition retrieval from complex images 

Third Prize - Yuan Tian - Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Norway 

The impact of individual observer color matching functions on simulated texture features 


HONORABLE MENTION

Morgane Gerardin - Université Grenoble Alpes, France

Correlation between micro-structural features and color of nano-crystallized powders of hematite


Zoriana Lotut - University of Warsaw, Poland 

Organic paint: Anthocyanins at the service of contemporary art 


Haruno Tsuda - Tokyo University of Science, Japan

Verification of the validity of the perceived colour measurement method using tablet devices in architecture 





2018 RECIPIENTS

From left to right: Prof Sari Yamamoto (the awardee Yi Zhuang’s supervisor received the certificate on behalf of Yi), 

Giorgia Chinazzo, Aicha K. Diakite, Gyeonghwa Lee, Joana Saes, Saara Pyykkö and Prof Tien-Rein Lee


First Prize - Saara Pyykkö - Aalto University, Finland

The main elements of the colour design process of a new neighbourhood – The case Koivusaari in Helsinki


First Runner-up Prize  - Joana Saes CIAUD - FAULISBOA, Portugal

Colour and therapies in TEACCH and Snoezelen rooms


Second Runner-up Prize - Gyeonghwa Lee University of Leeds, United Kingdom

Effective colour communication


HONORABLE MENTION

Yi Zhuang University of Tsukuba, Japan

Acceptable size of advertising fascia based on color and design in historical urban areas in Kyoto, Japan


Giorgia Chinazzo EPFL, Switzerland

The effect of coloured glazing on thermal, visual and overall comfort evaluation

 

Aicha K. Diakite Technische Universität Berlin, Germany

Spectral skies: Towards a novel model to describe temporal variability and spatial distribution of spectral daylight characteristics




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