SIMC 703 Color Appearance
Offered Winter Quarters.
A review of the fundamental concepts of color appearance perception, measurement, and modeling. This course was the basis for the book, Color Appearance Models, 2nd Ed. Course Outline.
2005 Introductory-Lecture Notes: (PDF).
Old Introductory-Lecture Notes: Part 1, Part 2.
SIMG 749 Color Reproduction
Offered Winter Quarters. (Not Currently Offered)
This online-learning course was offered over the internet for the first time during Winter quarter 2001-2002. It consists of interactive modules designed to supplement Hunt's book, The Reproduction of Colour. The official course outline is a little outdated. However, check out the example QuickTime module to see what the course will be like and visit the CIS DL page for more general information on online-learning opportunities.
Example QuickTime Module.
CIS Online Learning Page.
SIMG 402 Color Science
Offered Fall Quarters. (Currently by Roy Berns)
This is the undergraduate introduction to color science course that is required as part of the Imaging Science B.S. program and elective for other majors such as physics, computer science, electrical engineering, mathematics, psychology, etc. It is also part of the Imaging Science minor.
Example Lecture Schedule.
Example Homework Assignments.
SIMC 801 Color Science Seminar
Offered All Quarters.
This is the research seminar course for entering Color Science graduate students. It consists of reviews of classic color science literature, current research topics in color science, and development and preparation of student research ideas.