Colour Printing 7.0: Next Generation Multi-Channel Printing (CP7.0)

Colour Printing 7.0 formed a pan-European training school, bringing together internationally excellent PhD students, early career and post-doctoral researchers researching CMYK+ and the colour printing sciences. Researchers explored a range of topics including modelling, gamut, mapping and prediction, analysis of ink and paper interactions and halftoning for CMYK+ printing. The network comprised 11 academic and industrial partners across five European countries. Carinna Parraman was the lead researcher for the CFPR. The PhD research was undertaken in collaboration with Joseph Padfield, lead conservation scientist at the National Gallery, London.

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