Publications

The first machine learning study applied to design practice by Juhee

Juhee Kim, the master student of Color Lab has published an article entitled, “Prediction of the Emotion Responses to Poster Designs based on Graphical Features: A Machine learning-driven Approach” in Archives of Design Research. As a part of her master thesis, the article adopted computational algorithm modeling of machine learning to predict people’s emotional judgment…

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Like in ZOOM, what if many faces in diverse lightings enter into one scene? Color issues investigated by Yuchun

Yuchun published an article entitled “Affective Effect of Multi-source Portraits Under Various Illuminants on One Scene” in the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology (JIST).  This study intends to identify the affective effect of our viewing multiple portraits whose white balance is not aligned. Through both quantitative evaluation and qualitative writing tasks, the study revealed that a…

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Color lab in Scientific Reports Top 100 Collection

Our recent publication about awakening light in Scientific Reports is listed in the “Top 100 in Neuroscience” collection. This collection highlights the most downloaded neuroscience papers published in 2019. The article is entitled “Awakening effects of blue-enriched morning light exposure on university students’ physiological and subjective responses”, and Dr.Kyungah Choi is the first author. The…

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Kyeong Ah is Dr.Jeong!

After having conducted a number of light design projects with industry for four years, she finally and successfully documented the “herstory” in a Ph.D. dissertation. Entitled as, “A prototyping tool in designing light of product [제품의 빛을 디자인하기 위한 도구 개발 및 활용]”, the dissertation includes not only the scientific information but also practical know-how…

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Dr.Choi’s article in Scientific Reports entitled “Awakening effects of blue-enriched morning light exposure on university students’ physiological and subjective responses” has been selected as a highlight article by the journal and selected for marketing campaigns. A video abstract was produced and uploaded to the Scientific Reports YouTube channel. An interview with Dr. Kyungah Choi was also…

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Reverse Calibration to Guess the Original Illuminant Presented by Taesu at CIC27

Taesu Kim, a Ph.D. student of color lab, gave an oral presentation entitled as, “Illuminant Estimation Through Reverse Calibration of an Auto White-Balanced Image That Contains Displays” at CIC27 in Paris. He proposed reverse algorithm to estimate original illuminants from automatically calibrated digital images. In particular, he used the color of smartphone display as a calibration…

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Lighting Style and Emotion by Kyeong Ah at CIC27

Kyeong Ah Jeong, a Ph.D. student of color lab made an interactive and poster presentation, entitled as “Subjective Judgments of Refrigerator Lighting by Altering Chromaticity and Placement across Age Groups” at CIC27, Paris, France. She investigated an optimal chromaticity and placement of refrigerator lighting to meet users’ preference. Eighteen lighting stimuli were provided by combining…

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Indeed, color drives an interdisciplinary collaboration. With Prof. Dr. Jongin Hong of the Department of Chemistry,  Chung-Ang University, color lab jointly published a research article entitled as, “Blue-colored dyes featuring a diketopyrrolopyrrole spacer for translucent dye-sensitized solar cells” in Dyes and Pigments. Dr. Kyungah Choi and Prof. Suk contributed to the study with contents about colorific understanding…

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