Associate Professor in Colour and Imaging Science
Phone: +44(0)113 343 3728
Office: 2.06c Clothworkers South Building
University page: https://ahc.leeds.ac.uk/design/staff/530/kaida-xiao
I received my PhD from Colour and Imaging Institute, the University of Derby, working in Colour Appearance Modelling with Professor Ronnier Luo. Between 2005-2008, I was a Senior Researcher in the Computing and Intellengence LAB, Samsung Advanced Institute of Technology in South Korea, to develop image immersive enhancement methods for UDTV. I am back to UK in 2008 and worked for Tru-Colour Ltd., a spin-off company of University of Liverpool, for visual display calibration to solve common colour mismatch problem for on-line shopping. In 2010, I joined School of Clinical Dentistry, the University of Sheffield, where I was first appointed as a Post -Doctoral Research Associate and later promoted as a University Research Fellow. I worked on a Wellcome Trust granted project that was concerned with development of a fully automated way of manufacturing soft tissue prostheses using 3D colour printing with Professor Julian Yate and Professor Richard van Noort. The project was further developed and funded by EPSRC. I worked as a research co-invetigator and research fellow in Department Psychological Science, the University of Liverpool between 2013 to 2016, with Professor Sophie Wuerger. I joined School of Design, the University of Leeds in 2016 first as an University Academic Fellow in Affactive Design Technology and promoted to be an Associate Professor in 2019.
Research Fellow (2018)
Associate Professor in JiangNan University, China
Visiting student (2017-2018)
Lecturer in Wuhan Textile University, China
Visiting Professor (2018-2019)
Professor in Binzhou University, China
My portfolio showcases a handful of my most recent projects. Take a look to get a sense of my skills, experience and approach. To learn more about a specific project, feel free to contact me directly.
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