PhD Studentship in Color Imaging, The Norwegian Color Research Laboratory

The Norwegian Color Research Laboratory has recently received significant funding from The Norwegian Research Council to carry out a research project entitled ”Perceptual image difference metrics - a unifying approach to image representation and reproduction.”

The project will be carried out by existing faculty, postdoctoral researchers, and PhD students.

At this point, a PhD candidate is being sought, for whom knowledge and experience in the following areas would be helpful:

  • Signal and image processing
  • Colour vision and colour science
  • Perceptual modelling of imaging processes
  • Optimisation techniques
  • Cross media colour reproduction
  • Image and video compression

    The position can be awarded for a period of up to four years, and will include 25% teaching/administrative duties.

    The position isremunerated according to salary level 43 in the national salary scheme, gross NOK 325 600 (appx EUR 40 700) per annum, of which 2% is deducted for the State Pension scheme.

    Applicants are encouraged to submit a research project description of 2-3 pages.

    Please send application letter, resume, statement of research, copies of transcripts, as well as name and email addresses of three references before August 10th to:

    Gjøvik University College
    Director of personnel Jan Kåre Testad
    P. O. Box 191,
    N-2802 Gjøvik,
    For more information about the project studentship, please contact;

    Prof. Jon Y. Hardeberg,


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