The Senior Color & Imaging Scientist of the Color Measurement Lab is Jeffrey Wang. He has many years of specialized experience in the following fields of study: developing and specifying image and print quality requirements for digital printing devices; conducting system-level tests for digital printing devices (both hardware and software); designing and conducting psychophysic experiments to investigate image quality and print quality; conducting M1 workflow and Printing Standards Audits (PSA); and performing color measurements on reflective and self-illuminating materials and data analysis.
Assisting in the lab is Margaret Hyman, Sr. Lab Technician, who specializes in implementing and streamlining complicated image quality and print quality measurement procedures. She has 12+ years of experience in image quality and print quality measurement and data analysis, and10+ years of experience in environmental testing, including ozone, UV, cool white, and aging.
The Lab also contains two 52” x 30” viewing booths equipped with ceiling-mounted ISO 3664:2009 lights. These lights are suitable for conducting print comparison, print evaluation and psychometric experiments.