Background and activities

Phil Green is 0.5 Professor in Colour Imaging at the Department of Computer Science at NTNU in Gjøvik. He has an MSc from the University of Surrey, UK, and a PhD in Gamut Mapping and Colour Appearance from the Colour & Imaging Institute, University of Derby, UK.

Phil is a member of the Norwegian Colour and Visual Computing Laboratory at NTNU. He teaches postgraduate students, supervises research students and engages in his own research.

Research interests
  • Colour management
  • Colour appearance
  • Colour difference
  • Metrology for colour and appearance
  • Colour vision deficiency
  • Characterization methods
  • Colour in medical imaging

Phil is course responsible for the following courses at NTNU:

  • IMT4301 Colour in medical imaging
  • IMT4304 Cross-media colour reproduction
  • IMT4315 Colour in interface design
  • IMT4884 Advanced colour management
  • IMT6201 Colour science
Other responsibilities
  • Technical Secretary, International Color Consortium
  • Visiting Professor, National Taiwan University of Science and Technology
  • Principal Expert to ISO TC130 JWG7 Colour Management
  • Project leader for a number of ISO Graphic Technology standards in development
Other interests

If Mjøsa is not frozen I have the best commute in Norway, rowing down the lake to Gjøvik harbour. Apart from rowing I enjoy hiking, climbing, canyoning, cycling, scuba diving and occasionally trail running.

Scientific, academic and artistic work

A selection of recent journal publications, artistic productions, books, including book and report excerpts. See all publications in the database

Journal publications