Xiangzhen Kong received his B.Eng. from School of Computer Science and Technology at Wuhan University of Technology, China in 2012. He joined HTI Group at the Department of Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences as a Ph.D. student since September 1st 2015.
His research topic now is “Modelling the Temporal Behavior of Human Color Vision for Lighting Applications”, which is supervised by Prof. Dr. Ingrid Heynderickx and Dr. Ingrid Vogels from the faculty Industrial Engineering & Innovation Sciences (HTI Group) at Tu/e. The project aims to build a model to describe the perception of temporally modulated colored light. The project is also a collaboration with the CIE Technical Committee TC 1-83 "Visual Aspects of Time-Modulated Lighting Systems" (lead by Dragan Sekulovski), which aims at defining recommendations and standards for temporally modulated lighting systems.
GSTA: Pedestrian trajectory prediction based on global spatio-temporal association of graph attention networkPattern Recognition Letters (2022)
Towards Modelling the Visibility of the Phantom Array EffectCIE Expert Tutorial and Symposium on the Measurement of Temporal Light Modulation (2022)
Modeling the Temporal Behavior of Human Color Vision for Lighting Applications(2021)
Assessing the temporal uniformity of CIELAB hue angleJournal of the Optical Society of America A, Optics, Image Science and Vision (2020)
Perceived speed of changing color in chroma and hue directions in CIELABJournal of the Optical Society of America A, Optics, Image Science and Vision (2019)
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