2007 / Interview on NPR's
Talk of the Nation: Science Friday
by Ira Flatow about the
Workshop on Image Processing for Artist Identification created and organized by Professor Johnson that addresses
putting the tools of math, science and engineering to the job of helping art historians and museum curators authenticate works of art.
2007 / Feature article
"Is that painting real? Ask a mathematician"
in Christian Science Monitor
(on May 10, 2007).
2008 / NOVA Science Now feature on
a challenge posed to the teams participating in the First International
Workshop on Image Processing for Artist Identification organized
by Professor Johnson. A
describing how this feature was created
is also available.
2010 / Interview on
Science Cabaret on Air
on WICB (on July 25, 2010) about applying signal processing
in the multidisciplinary effort to authenticate paintings.
2014 / An Associated Press story ``Cornell Professor Unlocks Mysteries of Paintings''
(released on November 19, 2014) reports on Professor Johnson's
research in computational art history devoted to developing signal processing tools that characterize and compare
manufactured patterns in art support materials
on the same subject was broadcast (initially on December 11, 2014)
on public radio
2015 / Story (on May 28, 2015) in Cornell Chronicle
(ArtH 4605 - Art|Science Intersections: More Than Meets the Eye)
for which Prof. Johnson was on the teaching team.
2015 / Professor Johnson's contributions
on canvas weave analysis to the 8-year technical study of
the Saul and David
-- now attributed to Rembrandt --
put Cornell University in the news
(on June 10, 2015) as assisting this reassessment.