IS&T Launches New Journal of Perceptual Imaging

“This new journal, with the scope of research and applications related to the perceptual and cognitive aspects of imaging technologies and aesthetics, will provide the ideal publication for those who have been searching for a publishing opportunity in this dynamic area of research.”

The Society for Imaging Science and Technology (IS&T) is pleased to announce the launch of a new peer-reviewed, open access academic journal—the Journal of Perceptual Imaging (JPI). The goal of the journal is to publish research in perception and cognition that supports, or is inspired by, imaging technologies and applications. JPI’s international and multidisciplinary editorial board is led by Editors-in-Chief Bernice Rogowitz (Visual Perspectives and Columbia University) and Thrasyvoulos Pappas (Northwestern University).

Drs. Rogowitz and Pappas have been instrumental to the success of the IS&T Conference on Human Vision and Electronic Imaging (HVEI). IS&T Publications Vice President Susan Farnand (Rochester Institute of Technology) notes that JPI perfectly builds on the HVEI conference. “Those who work in the space in which the sciences of perception and imaging overlap, have been presenting their results at the HVEI conference at IS&T’s Electronic Imaging Symposium for 30 years,” Farnand explains. “This new journal, with the scope of research and applications related to the perceptual and cognitive aspects of imaging technologies and aesthetics, will provide the ideal publication for those in the HVEI community and others who have been searching for a publishing opportunity in this dynamic area of research.”

JPI is launching as the world of electronic imaging is exploding, from its earliest roots in image processing, printing, and…

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