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2nd Graduate Interdisciplinary session "Material Appearance: light scattering and perception"

NEWS : The Social Event will take place at Site Le Corbusier. Visit to the Church and have diner at the Cultural Centre, an outstanding UNESCO monument! 

The Organizing Committee is pleased to invite you to the 2nd Graduate Interdisciplinary Session of the MANUTECH SLEIGHT Graduate School.


Program at glance :
Courses on this specific theme "Material Appearance" (18h00):
  •   Mathieu HÉBERT, Université Jean Monnet (UJM), Saint-Étienne
  •   Christine ANDRAUD, Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle (MNHN), Paris
  •   Jenny FAUCHEU, Mines Saint-Étienne (EMSE), Saint-Étienne
  •   Sophie JOST, École Nationale des Travaux Publics de l'État (ENTPE), Lyon
  •   Gaël OBEIN, Conservatoire National des Arts et Métiers (CNAM), Paris

- Scientific Workshops (Access reserved only to MANUTECH SLEIGHT partners)
- Phd presentations
- Poster and pitch sessions
- A cultural outing at Musée d'Art et d'Industrie de Saint-Etienne
- A social Event.

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Material appearance: light scattering and perception

The appearance of materials is of course a question of light, the physical signal that carries information from the material to the eye, and a question of interpretation by the brain, turning this light signal into a sensation.

A scientific approach of material appearence therefore relies on optical measurement and models, and on perceptual measurement and models. This is addresses these different topics, as different links of a same chain whose mutuals connections are still -- probably for a long time -- subject of investigation.



© Mathieu HEBERT

BEST STUDENT PRESENTATION AWARD


PhD Presentation Award: MANUTECH SLEIGHT Graduate School and GdR AppaMat will award the best PhD presentation.

Master Presentation Award: MANUTECH SLEIGHT Graduate School will award the best Poster or Pitch presentation.