[visionlist] CP7.0 - Seven PhD scholarships in colour printing

Marius Pedersen marius.pedersen at hig.no
Tue Jan 31 13:06:38 GMT 2012

Thanks to a generous grant from the EU, for establishing an Initial Training Network entitled  "Colour Printing 7.0: Next Generation Multi-Channel Printing (CP7.0)," The Norwegian Color  Research Laboratory and its project partners now invites applications for 7 three year full- time early stage researcher (PhD student) positions.

PHD 1: "Spectral modelling" at Gjøvik University College, Norway
PHD 2: "Spectral gamut prediction and mapping" at Technische Universität Darmstadt, Germany          
PHD 3: "Paper optical and surface properties" at Voxvil AB, Sweden
PHD 4: "Applications in Fine Art" at University of the West of the England, UK  
PHD 5: "Halftoning and tonal reproduction" at Linkopings Universitet, Sweden
PHD 6: "Optimization of print quality" at Oce Print Logic Technologies SA, France
PHD 7: "Spectral Colour Management" at Gjøvik University College, Norway

The recruited researchers will be integrated in high-level international research environments  at one of the project full partners, Gjøvik University College (Norway), Technische  Universität Darmstadt (Germany), Voxvil AB (Sweden), University of the West of England (UK),  Linköpings Universitet (Sweden), and Océ Print Logic Technologies SA (France), in close  collaboration with other researchers from the CP7.0 consortium which also includes eight  industrial and academic associate partners throughout Europe.

In addition to carrying out significant high quality research to solve key challenges in  multi-channel colour printing, the recruited candidates will participate in a rich program of  organized research training activities, including one half year of secondments to other  consortium partners. This program will enable them for a future career as printing scientists  and innovators who can be the next generation of scientific and technological leaders in the  European printing industry.

The application deadlines vary between partners, but start as early as February 15, 2012. For more details about the project, consortium, research topics, and application procedures please  visit http://www.cp70.org, or write to Prof. Jon Y. Hardeberg at jon.hardeberg at hig.no.

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