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Jonathan B. Phillips


Jonathan B. Phillips is co-author of Camera Image Quality Benchmarking, a 2018 addition to the Wiley-IS&T Series in Imaging Science and Technology collection. His experience in the imaging industry spans over 30 years, having worked at Kodak in both chemical and electronic photography for more than 20 years followed by image scientist positions with NVIDIA and Google. Currently, he is managing a color and image quality team at Google responsible for the display color of the Pixel phone product line. He was awarded the International Imaging Industry Association (I3A) Achievement Award for his groundbreaking work on modeling consumer-facing camera phone image quality, which is now incorporated into the IEEE Standard for Camera Phone Image Quality. Jonathan has been project lead for numerous photography standards published by I3A, IEEE, and ISO. His graduate studies were in color science at Rochester Institute of Technology and his undergraduate studies were in chemistry and music at Wheaton College (IL).

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