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Daniel Nyström

Associate Professor

Teacher at the MSc in Media Technology and researcher in image and color production.

Presentation

Daniel Nyström is a Senior Lecturer (Assistant Professor) in Image reproduction at Linköping University, Department of Science and Technology. He received his Ph.D. in Media Technology from Linköping University in 2009.
 
Daniel Nyström teaches courses in Digital Media, Image Reproduction and Image Quality, Graphic Technology, and Image Processing, for students in the Media Technology and Engineering master’s programme.
 
His research interests include multispectral imaging and spectral reproduction, paper optics (modelling ink-light-paper interaction), colour prediction- and colour separation models in halftone reproduction, colour science, and appearance reproduction.

Publications

2023

Alina Pranovich, Sergiy Valyukh, Sasan Gooran, Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Daniel Nyström (2023) Dot Off Dot Screen Printing with RGBW Reflective Inks Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, Vol. 67, Article 030404 Continue to DOI
Alina Pranovich, Sergiy Valyukh, Sasan Gooran, Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Daniel Nyström (2023) Dot Off Dot Screen Printing with RGBW Reflective Inks Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, Vol. 67, Article 030404 Continue to DOI

2022

Alina Pranovich, Abigail Trujillo Vazquez, Daniel Nyström, Sergiy Valyukh, Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Susanne Klein, Carinna Parraman (2022) Angular dependent reflectance spectroscopy of RGBW pigments

2021

Fereshteh Abedini, Sasan Gooran, Vlado Kitanovski, Daniel Nyström (2021) Structure-Aware Halftoning Using the Iterative Method Controlling the Dot Placement Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, Vol. 65 Continue to DOI
Alina Pranovich, Sasan Gooran, Jeppe Revall Frisvad, Daniel Nyström (2021) Optical properties and appearance of fused deposition modelling filaments Advances in Printing and Media Technology - Printing in the Digital Era : Proceedings of the 47th International Research Conference of iarigai, p. 134-140 Continue to DOI