The Color Engineering Laboratory (CEL) is an inter-disciplinary research group that covers disciplines including physics, mathematics, psychology and computing. The members of the group conduct research that includes all aspects of the measurement of color and light. We are experts in the development of color science-based models that relate the measured physical data that describe color and light with psychophysical data based on human responses. Our academic strengths are in the fields of color imaging technology and illumination engineering. These strengths have been demonstrated by the development of international standards such as the CIECAM02 color appearance model for the imaging industry and the CIEDE2000 color-difference equation the surface appearance industries. More recently, our work has included the derivation of new models for colour rendering, glare, uniformity, colour appearance and colour-difference for lighting applications. We are also closely collaborating with leading international companies including Philips, Hewlett Packard, Opple, VeriVide and LG.
¡ñ Prof.Ming Ronnier Luo attended Munsell Boston during 9th-17th June 2018
¡ñ Prof.Ming Ronnier Luo attended CIE Taipei during 24th-28th April 2018
¡ñ Prof.Ming Ronnier Luo organised Colour, Imaging and Illumination Technology Symposium at Zhejiang University from 5th-6th November 2017
¡ñ Prof. Ming Ronnier Luo was awarded 2017 AIC Deane B.Judd Award on 19th October 2017