News:Our paper with Title "A Novel Image Decomposition Approach and Its Applications" has been accepted as publication at The Visual Computer journal.
Our paper with Title "Cultural Heritage Predictive Rendering" has been accepted as publication at the Computer Graphics Forum journal.
Our paper with Title "Dynamic Range Compression by Differential Zone Mapping Based on Psychophysical Experiments" has been accepted at ACM SAP2012.
I won the prestigious Ramon Y Cajal Fellowship.
I won the 1st Prize at the Cyprus Enterpreneurship Competion CyEC 2010.
Artusi is a Ramon Y Cajal Fellow at the University of Girona (Spain)
with the Departament d´Informatica I Matemática Aplicada. He holds a
Ph.D. degree from the Vienna University of Technology, in Computer
Graphics, where he worked as a research associate in the Computer
Graphics group from 2000-2005. He obtained his Msc. degree in
Computer Science from the University of Mialno (Italy), in
collaboration with the Italian National Council of Research (CNR)
and the Hewlet Packard research laboratory of Barcelona (Spain).
Artusi has been also an ERCIM Research fellow in the 2007 at the Hungarian National Council of Research (SZTAKI). Prior to this, he has been Assistant Professor at Intercollege (now University of Nicosia) in Cyprus (2005 – 2006), than Research fellow at Warwick Digital Laboratory, University of Warwick UK (2007 – 2009) and Researcher at the Cyprus Institute Cyprus (2009 – 2012).
He recently won the 1st Prize at the International Cyprus enterpreneurship competition CyEC 2010, with a business idea on a novel High Dynamic Range technology.
Artusi's main research interests are in the areas of High Dynamic Range Imaging, Image Processing applied on Computer Graphics problems and Colour Science.
He regularly acts as a reviewer for major conferences and journals. He recently has served as Programme Chair of VAST 2010 and program committee member in ISVC 2012, CGVCVIP 2012, VSMM 2012, EuroMed 2012 and Eurographics 2011 HDR Area.
It has been acquired during one of my trip to Bosnia-Erzegovina. For this I have to thank Prof. Serlma Razvic, Vedad Hulusic and some students for the wonderful hospitality and for accompanying me during the trip to Mostar. I have also to thanks Prof. Alan Chalmers for involving myself in the participation of a Master teaching in Computer Graphics at the Sarajevo Scool of Science and Technology.