March 10, 2023
RIT’s color science program partners with Norwegian University of Science and Technology
RIT’s color science program is partnering with counterparts from the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU) to provide faculty and students new foreign exchange learning opportunities. The Norwegian Directorate for Higher Education and Skills awarded a 3 million Norwegian Krone (roughly $300,000) UTFORSK grant to fund travel opportunities for graduate students and faculty involved with both programs.
September 30, 2022
RIT students help museums preserve artifacts with studio photography
Spectrum News talks to Assistant Professor Susan Farnand and color science Ph.D. students Olivia Kuzio and Leah Humenuck about their research to help museums and other cultural heritage institutions preserve historically significant artifacts.
August 25, 2022
RIT students and faculty are helping to streamline the preservation of history
WROC-TV talks to Olivia Kuzio, a color science Ph.D. student, and Susan Farnand, assistant professor in the color science program, about an imaging system to help museums preserve and conserve their artifacts.
August 24, 2022
RIT scientists develop spectral imaging techniques to help museums with conservation efforts
Scientists from RIT are turning studio photography technology on its head to help museums and other cultural heritage institutions preserve historically significant artifacts.
December 13, 2019
New applied cognitive neuroscience course offered at RIT
Designed for students who want to learn how animals transform light and other radiation into information, the Animal Vision course explores the varied approaches to visually acquiring information employed by animals.
May 6, 2019
Will There Ever Be New Colors That We Can See?
Gizmodo talks to Mark Fairchild, professor of color science and director of the Munsell Color Science Laboratory, and Susan Farnand, assistant professor of color science, about human color perception.