Digital Futures 2008: International Standards around Printing and Imaging

A Symposium jointly organised by the Imaging Science Group of The Royal Photographic Society
and the Printing and Graphics Science Group of the Institute of Physics.

Tuesday 28 October 2008,
Institute of Physics, 76 Portland Place, London W1B 1NT

Co-Chairs: Alan Hodgson (Consultant), Phil Green (London College of Communication), Hani Muammar (Kodak European Research)

Original programme, with links to authors' presentations where available:

The Royal Photographic Society Imaging Science Group Sophie Triantaphillidou, University of Westminster, UK
Institute of Physics Printing and Graphics Science Group Alan Hodgson, Consultant, UK
The development of International Standards Marcus Long, BSI
Recent developments in standards for document definition, communication and printing W Craig Revie, Fujifilm Limited
New developments in ICC colour management Phil Green, London College of Communication, UK
Estimating the Spectral Reflectance of Fluorescent Offset Papers for Varying Illuminants Eva Maria Loeffler, Stuttgart Media University, DE and Phil Green, LCC, UK
Standards for microlenses and microlens arrays Richard Stevens, NPL, UK
Bringing one of the oldest international standards into the 21st century: ISO 5 densitometry Phil Green, London College of Communication, UK
The work of ISO Technical Committee 42 - Photography Alan Hodgson, Consultant, UK
Digital Photography Standards Hani Muammar, Kodak European Research, UK
Rumours of JPEG's death are greatly exaggerated Richard Clark, Elysium Ltd, UK
How International Standards affect Camera Testing Dietmar Wueller, Image Engineering, DE
International Standards on Image Permanence Alan Hodgson, Consultant, UK
The influence of medical photography's Westminster reproduction ratios on standardization in forensic photography - An opinion Hoosain Ebrahim, University of Limpopo, ZA
Implementing a method for single shot DSC spectral sensitivity recovery for ISO 17321 spectral sensitivity based characterisation D.S. Hawkins, The Royal London Hospital, London, UK and P.J. Green, London College of Communication, London, UK