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AIC2012 conference took place for 30 countries and 200 experts.

The Conference AIC/International Color Association took place in Taipei, Taiwan from 09.23.2012 to 09.25.2012.

The preliminary meeting program was held as an interim AIC Congress, and included color aspects: science, color theory, color reproduction, perception, vision, order, technology, measurement, art, and psychology. Participants, delegates, and AIC 2012 members exhibited their works and presented lectures selected by the organizing committee. This meeting included organizations and individuals from 30 countries.

The AIC 2012 organizers arranged for conference participants’ culture program, a tour of Taipei, accommodation, and an atmosphere friendly to conversation. Discussion in oral and poster category sessions were held traditionally following the opening ceremony. Continuing conversation, dialog cultures, and color communication language, people met together in Taipei in a CCU conference auditorium. The color environmental program expressively exhibited the social importance of color quality, precision color science, color history, and the fundamental physics of color theory.

Among invited AIC delegates were selected participants from Europe, America, and Asia. Academic program created the AIC 2012, supported by National Taiwan University of Science and Technology following AIC national statutes. Most national AIC organizing committees prefer to allow national CAT members to take part in AIC. The important meaning of color in our everyday life is main proof of the necessary vitalization in a learning, teaching, and unification color process. Standardization and diversification are progressive trends and components of the modern development of color science. AIC 2012 competitive program was a great opportunity for me to accomplish color physics theory. Being selected among the USA delegates, we would like to thank the AIC for continued support.

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