Summer Research Projects (SRP)
The Summer Research Projects offer intensive research opportunities to approximately 20 students interested in research. These take place in a laboratories of the consortium. These projects can run between the end of the exam session and the beginning of Semester 3. The student must be available for at least 4 weeks of the project and be physically based in the laboratory of the chosen Summer Research Project topic.
Hands-on research experience under the supervision of a CIMET teaching/research member
Each student who is interested in a research project offered by the consortium, can choose a topic based on his/her interest and background. The student will be working as a member of the research group for a period of four to eight weeks approximately. Once admitted to the laboratory, the student will work under the supervision of the research member(s) who offered the topic the laboratory's research programmes.
The CIMET consortium strongly advice students to undertake a Research Project.
Following this first round of summer internships, several scientific papers have been published.
Gjovik Color Imaging Symposium, Gjovik, Norway, June 2009 (see
Alain Trémeau and Christoph Godau , Correlation Between Visual and Instrumental Color Differences of Metallic Paints
CGIV conference, Joensuu, Finland, June 2010 (see
Framework for the Evaluation of Color Prints Using Image Quality metrics, Marius Pedersen and Seyed Ali Amirshahi , Gjøvik University College (Norway) and Océ Print Logic Technologies SA (France)
Combining Color Descriptors for Improved Codebook model-Based Image retrieval, Aitor Álvarez Gila, Guanqun Cao, Sheikh Faridul Hasan, and Yu Hu, Erasmus Mundus CIMET Master (Finland, France, Norway, Spain)
Color Texture Classification across Illumination Changes, Mozhdeh Seifi, Xiaohu Song, Damien Muselet, and Alain Trémeau, Université Jean Monnet (France)
On the Use of Saliency maps for the Detection of Print artifacts, Guanqun Cao, Marius Pedersen and Zofia Baranczuk, Gjøvik University College (Norway), Oce Print Logic Technologies SA (France), and Swiss Federal Laboratory for Materials Testing and Research (Switzerland).