The Color Science Association of Japan (CSAJ) is pleased to invite you to Tokyo for the Midterm Meeting of the AIC. In 1997, we held the 8th AIC Congress in Kyoto, the historical Capital of Japan. Many of you might have a good memory of the AIC Kyoto. Eighteen years have passed since then, we would like to invite you to Tokyo, the modern and exciting Capital of Japan.
The theme will be “Color and Image”. A word of image has a very wide meaning; not only a visible presentation, such as imaging devises, displays, pictures and so on, but also a presentation of anything to the mind. So any topics of color should be correlated to image. Fields and topics following are all welcome to deliver to AIC2015.
  • Color Science
  • Computational Color Image
  • Color Imaging and Video Processing
  • Color in Computer Graphics
  • Color Reproduction
  • Color Image Quality
  • Multispectral Image
  • Colorimetric Imaging
  • Digital Archiving of Art
  • Color Vision / Psychophysics / Physiology
  • Perception of Material / Surface Quality
  • Color Image Design
  • Color Environmental Design
  • Color, Image and KANSEI
  • etc.

This Meeting will provide a unique forum, bringing together researchers, academics, students, artists, architects, industrialists, engineers, designers, computer scientists, lighting experts, exhibitors and business leaders. We anticipate more than 300 delegates from all over the world.
The venue will be one of the International Conference Centers in the downtown of Tokyo. You can easily access to Tokyo from two International Airports: Narita Airport, which handles the majority of international flights, is located 60 km outside of central Tokyo, while Haneda Airport is located more centrally. Today, Tokyo offers a seemingly unlimited choice of shopping, entertainment, culture and dining to its visitors. The city's history can be appreciated in districts such as Asakusa, and in many excellent museums, historic temples and gardens. Contrary to common perception, Tokyo also offers a number of attractive green spaces in the city center and within relatively short train rides at its outskirts.
May is the best month to visit Tokyo as the vegetation has become lush, the temperatures are still comfortable and tourist spots tend to be pleasantly uncrowded. Before, after and during the Meeting, you will enjoy an exciting city Tokyo. More updated information is available at www.aic2015.org.
Chair of the Steering Committee of AIC2015 TOKYO
Prof. Hirohisa Yaguchi


19-22 May, 2015



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