Museums and the Web 2005
Speakers: Speaker Biography
Photo Credits

Speakers from around the world present their latest work at MW2005.

Mitchell R. Rosen

Research Professor
Rochester Institute of Technology
Munsell Color Science Laboratory
Center for Imaging Science
Rochester NY
14623 USA

Mitchell Rosen is a member of the Munsell Color Science Laboratory and the Visual Perception Laboratory, both of the Center for Imaging Science at RIT. His research is in the areas of color management, spectral imaging systems, museum imaging and eye movement analysis.

He teaches graduate courses on color systems and tutorials on color management and color reproduction. He joined the Munsell Lab in 1998 as Senior Color Scientist and recently accepted appointment as Research Professor. Previously, Dr. Rosen spent a decade in the research labs of Polaroid working on design and support of digital cameras, scanners, printers and color management systems. He is color imaging editor of the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology

and active in organizing international conferences on spectral imaging.

Mitchell R. will present RIT American Museums Survey on Digital Imaging for Direct Capture of Artwork.