Inter-Society Color Council

Online Seminar Series

ISCC is excited to present our ongoing online seminar series! Our next seminar is scheduled for Sep 18, 2018. The presentation will be given by Dr Mark Fairchild, entitled: "Color Appearance, Color Order, & Other Color Systems." Register at this link.

Seminars are one way we are hoping to reach the needs of our membership. We understand that travel and conference attendance is reduced in today's world, and staying connected technically is harder than ever. If you like this type of innovation, or have other suggestions please contact any of the members of the ISCC Board of Directors - they would be delighted to hear from you. The Board has developed the following guidelines for these Webinars:

  • Presenters are to be ISCC members. Exceptions permitted at the discretion of the Board.
  • Anyone is allowed to sign up and view the webinar live.
  • ISCC members are granted access to the recording and download presentation slides. (That this link is only active for logged-in members). Note, however, the recording and slides of these are made available at the discretion of the presenter.

Seminars will be given via online presentation tools, specifically GotoWebinar. At this time there is no cost to you as a participant, but you will need access to an internet browser with moderate bandwidth capability. Most modern DSL or cable internet connections should be fine. Dial-up connection will likely be too slow. Note: GotoWebinar recommends using the Chrome browser. Your mileage may vary, but we have had some difficulties using FireFox.

We plan to hold seminars quarterly, in the month following the publication of each newsletter. The complete details for each seminar will be in every newsletter. If you do not currently receive the newsletter, you can join the ISCC! This will ensure you do not miss out on seminar information, or any of the other useful and timely information.

Notes on the Registration Link below: some of our past recordings are available for viewing by members only. All past webinars say "Registration Closed" below,  but if you are a member, log in and check the "Members Only" content. That page has links to the available webinar recordings. The Members Only menu is only visible after you have logged in. If you are not a member, you can always join today.

Date Presenter Title (link goes to abstract and/or slides when available) Registration link
 Sep 18, 2018, 2PM EDTDr Mark Fairchild Color Appearance, Color Order, & Other Color SystemsRegistration closed
 May 30, 2018  Ms Lori Sayawa Psychological Color Temperature and Color Harmony Registration closed
 Apr 25, 2018  Dr Paul Centore  A Practical Introduction to the Munsell Colour System for Artists Registration closed
 Mar 21, 2018 4-5PM EST  Dr David Briggs  The New Anatomy of Colour  Registration link (to view the recording)
 Feb 21, 2018, 2-3PM EST  Mr John Seymour Albert Munsell, the Father of Color Science? Registration Closed
 Jan 17, 2018  Dr Roy Berns  Webinar: Color Science and the Visual Arts Registration closed
 Sept 27, 2017 Dr Anthony Stanton   Webinar: Color in Digital Cinema Registration closed.
Mar 21
2017
Dr Mark D Fairchild From Photon to Brain: The Perception of Color

Registration closed.
Dec 5
2016
Drs Susan Farnand and Michael J. Murdoch Challenges and rewards of teaching an online color science course

Seminar recording (37MB!)
Registration closed.
Sep 22
2016
Mr A. Nurhan Becidyan The Chemistry & Physics of Special Effect Pigments & Colorants Registration closed.
Mar 29
2016
Mr John Conant The Right Paint Color to Help Hide a Helicopter Registration closed.
Dec 8
2015
Dr. Françoise Viénot Color Vision Fundamentals:
    A Model for the Future of Colorimetry
Registration closed.
Sep 10
2015
Ms Ann Laidlaw The Future of Lighting:
Color, Efficiency, and Compliance
Registration closed.

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