The final meeting of the ICT COST Action IC1005: The digital capture, storage, transmission and display of real-world lighting (HDRi) EU project, chaired by Prof. Alan Chalmers from the University of Warwick, UK took place at the Vienna University of Technology – TU Wien (TUW) from March 30 to April 1, 2015. The main objective of the Action was to integrate, foster and grow innovative academic and industrial activities in High Dynamic Range (HDR) technology from multiple disciplines and sectors across Europe in order to agree on a set of effective standards for the entire HDR pipeline. This COST Action has achieved its objectives efficiently and effectively by carefully coordinating and benefitting from existing expertise, high-quality research facilities and state-of-the-art HDR resources across Europe. One of the primary objectives was to set of high-quality standards that will enable seamless exchange of results between partners for all stages of the HDR pipeline.
Dr. Vedad Hulusić, one of the project Management Committee (MC) members, and the DMC coordinator, said that participation in such a project and being part of a consortium with world’s top experts from the field is an exceptional opportunity for SSST and Bosnia and Herzegovina to enter the EU scientific community and to represent our country and our research endeavours and capabilities. “In the future, we will continue our partnerships with the best European universities, as such collaborations can open the door to many other opportunities for research and science in Bosnia and Herzegovina” added Dr. Hulusić.