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3D Research

3D Research

Editor-in-Chief: Eun-Soo Kim

ISSN: 2092-6731 (electronic version)

Journal no. 13319

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New Editorial Board members and Topical Editors 

Prof. Eun-Soo Kim

Prof. Eun-Soo Kim
3D Research welcomes Prof. Eun-Soo Kim, Kwangwoon University, as an editor for the topical issue on “Real 3D Imaging and Display”. His research interests include real 3D imaging and displays, 3D fusion technologies and their applications, 3D camera, and 3D information processing. Presently he is the president of the ‘3D Fusion Industry Consortium (3DFIC)’. Recently he finished his service as the President of the ‘Korean Information and Communications Society (KICS)’. He also served as the president of ‘Society of 3D Broadcasting and Imaging (S3BI)’ and the President of the 3D Display Sub-Society of the Korean Information Display Society (KIDS). He established the annual ‘International Workshop on 3D Information Technology (3DIT)’ in 2004 and he co-organized the event of ‘International 3D Fair’ in collaboration with ‘3D Consortium of Japan’ in 2006.

Prof. Georgios A. Triantafyllidis

Prof. Georgios A. Triantafyllidis
3D Research welcomes Prof. Georgios A. Triantafyllidis, Technological Educational Institute of Crete, an editor for the special issue on "3D TV.” Prof. Georgios A. Triantafyllidis has been involved in several national and international research projects, where he conducted research in various fields of image/video processing and 3D computer vision. He was member of the 3DTV Network of Excellence (funded by the EU, 2004-2008) and the general chair of the 3DTV CON 2007 conference. He edited two special issues in 3DTV and published more than 60 referred research papers.

Prof. Nickolas S. Sapidis

Nickolas Sapidis
3D Research welcomes Prof. Nickolas S. Sapidis, University of Western Macedonia, as a new member of the editorial board and editor for the special issue on "3D Research and Technologies for Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Design." Prof. N.S. Sapidis has been pursuing/leading 3D Research for Mechanical Engineering (and related areas) since 1983. He has contributed research and technologies for “aesthetic automobile & industrial design”, “3D virtual engineering of complex industrial arrangements”, “point-based methods for mechanical computer-aided design”, “segmentation and modeling of point clouds”, “sketch-based 3D geometric modeling”, etc. Research results of N.S. Sapidis have been implemented in industrial Computer-Aided Design/Engineering (CAD/CAE) systems by MIT, General Motors, INTERGRAPH, and other organizations. Prof. N.S. Sapidis is serving on the editorial boards of more than twelve international scientific journals, has served on the programme committees of dozens of international conferences, and has delivered invited speeches in many conferences, universities and companies. His current research focuses on “2D/3D sketching for geometric modeling and mechanical-product design”.

Prof. Nam Kim

Nam Kim
3D Research welcomes Prof. Nam Kim, Chungbuk National University, as an editor for the topical issue on “3D Display”. Nam Kim has a broad background in optical information processing, three-dimensional display, digital microscopy and optical communication including image and volume correlation, etc.
He is a member of the IEEE and SPIE, a director of the OSK, and an advisory committee on COOC. He is also a member of the 3D display research in The Korea Information and Communications Society (KICS). He also served as a chairman for the research society of 3D industrial technology for 3D display image quality characterization and standardization. Prof. Kim as a member joined the IEC TC 110 international 3D display standardization meeting for optical measurement methods for 3D display. Current research interests include novel digital microscopy and full-parallax integral imaging display.

Mikael Sjödahl

Sjodahl, Mikael, Editor
3D Research welcomes Mikael Sjödahl, Luleå University of Technology Sweden, as a new member of the editorial board and editor for the special issue on "Pulsed Digital Holography". Mikael has a broad background in optical metrology including image and volume correlation, speckle metrology, active and passive stereovision, tomography and digital holography, with a special interest in transient and dynamical mechanical events. He is also a member of the program committee of the annual topical meeting "Digital Holography and Three-Dimensional Imaging" organised by OSA. Current research interests include novel 4D imaging modalities, robustness of phase sensitive methods, and fundamental studies of combustion processes.

Tristan Colomb

Tristan Colomb
3D Research welcomes Tristan Colomb as Guest Editor for the topical issue on "Digital Holographic Microscopy." Tristan received his PhD degree in optics from the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology for pioneering thesis work in the field of digital holographic microscopy (DHM). In 2007 he joined the company Lyncée Tec as project leader with the main tasks of optimizing the transfer of academic research work for improving the performance of commercial DHM and to enlarge the field of applications of the technology in metrology, quality control, and biology among other areas.

Christian Wöhler

Christian Wöhler
3D Research welcomes Christian Wöhler as a new member of the Editorial Board and Editor for the topical issue on "3D Computer Vision." Christian’s background is in physics and computer science. His scientific interests are in the domains of computer vision, photogrammetry, and pattern classification, with applications in the fields of industrial machine vision, robotics, driver assistance systems, and planetary science.

Andreas Kolb

Andreas Kolb
Andreas Kolb, University of Siegen, Germany, has joined the Editorial Board. His scientific expertise is in computer graphics and geometric modeling. In recent years, Andreas has extended his research to the area of real-time processing and visualization of sensor data and time-of-flight-based computer vision.

Prof. Yo-Sung Ho

Prof. Yo-Sung Ho
3D Research welcomes Prof. Yo-Sung Ho, Gwangju Institute of Science and Technology, as an editor for the topical issue on “Multi-view Video-plus-Depth Coding.” Prof. Yo-Sung Ho has a background in the studies and practical applications of multimedia data processing and communication technologies. He has published over 120 peer-reviewed publications in related scientific journals. He was a director of Information Technology Research Center (ITRC) between 2003 and 2011 sponsored by the Ministry of Communication and Information (MIC) of Korea. He served as Associate Editor of IEEE T-Multimedia and IEEE T-CSVT during 2006 - 2011. He received numerous awards and honors based on his excellence on research and academic performances. His current research focuses on digital image processing, multimedia data compression, and realistic 3DTV broadcasting.
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Collaborative Conference on 3D and Materials Research (CC3DMR) 2015  

With the success of the past conferences including the Collaborative Conference on 3D & Materials Research (3DMR) 2011 held in Jeju island, Korea, 2012 held in Seoul, Korea, 2013 in Jeju island, Korea, and 2014 in Incheon/Seoul, Korea, CC3DMR 2015 will continue providing interdisciplinary forum for the open communication in understanding physical, chemical, and biological materials of any compositions and morphologies, including carbon nanotubes, graphene, nanoparticles, nanowires, and quantum dots. Materials research, the sciences and technologies for the generation, processing, and fabrication of materials, is where disciplines merge and where they diverge into a remarkable range of applications from electronics to health care that touch, or will soon touch, the lives of millions. This collaborative conference series is established to enable technological developments in the various fields of materials and to further the goal of unifying materials research in engineering, physics, biology, materials science, as well as chemistry and neuroscience with a focus on 3 dimension (3D). CC3DMR 2015, as the fifth conference in this series, offers researchers the opportunity to discuss and exchange information with the frontiers in their fields and network with scientists from various other fields for potential interdisciplinary collaborations. CC3DMR 2015 will take place from 15th to 19th June, 2015 in BEXCO, Busan, South Korea.

 

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    3D Research (3DR) is the first journal devoted to materials and technologies for the generation, processing, and display of information in three dimensions. The journal spans disciplines and applications areas, emphasizing research that seeks to enable technological developments in the field of 3D and to further the goal of unifying 3D research in engineering, physics, materials science, chemistry, as well as psychology and neuroscience.

    3DR provides an international forum for the rapid publication and dissemination of peer-reviewed research. Original research papers are published as 3DR Express. 3DR Commentaries are invited personal viewpoints and perspectives addressing topics of general interest to the 3D community and highlighting new areas of science. 3DR Commentaries are typically commissioned by the Editorial Board but unsolicited submissions are also welcome. 3DR Review is a format that focuses on the summarization of currently well-established theoretical and experimental results. 3DR Reviews are commissioned solely by the Editorial Board.

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