Nanotechnology Course Added to Ink Jet Showcase 2012

We are very excited to announce the addition of a new short course, Nanotechnology and Opportunities for Digital Printing on September 7th as part of IMI’s Ink Jet Technology Showcase 2012 at the Hyatt Rosemont in Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois, USA.

 

Nanotechnology is the current frontier of science, engineering and manufacturing technologies.  IMI’s Nanotechnology and Opportunities for Digital Printing short course provides a timely, critical overview of this vast field and its potential in the digital printing industry. Key topics include (1) history, evolution and economic/social impacts of Nanotechnology; (2) reviews of major research/technology areas and (3) discussion of opportunities to leverage Nanotechnology research/developments to fuel innovations in the digital printing industry.

 

Don’t Wait – Check out the entire Showcase Program

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Register Now at www.imiconf.com

 

Led by Dr. Kock-Yee Law of Research and Innovative Solutions (formerly with Xerox), this course will explore the latest advances in key research areas and discuss Nanotechnology’s use to create new features in future printers. Participants will become familiar with the field’s potential applications - enabling them to be more knowledgeable and productive in their printing research, development and product planning efforts.

 

Registrants to any of the four Ink Jet Technology Integration Short Courses on September 7th will receive a $100 discount toward their registration fee for the September 5-6 Ink Jet Technology Showcase 2012

 

The other three short courses being offered are:

Understanding Piezo Technology

Inside Piezo Drop on Demand Printheads

by Rob Harvey - AtomJet

 

Designing for Digital

Best Practices for Design & Color Quality

by Mary Schilling – Finch Paper

 

Developing More Winning New Products Faster!™

Understanding Techniques for Successful Product Development

By George Gibson - Xerox

 

We urge you and your company to take advantage of this opportunity to benefit from:

6 Tech Talks & 4 Keynotes

9 Hours of Presentations – 25 Ink Jet Suppliers

6 Hours of Networking Time

Opportunity to set up Private Meetings

2 Receptions & 1 Lunch

Showcase Binder & CD
Showcase Registration fee just $595 or $395 for students and academics

OR $495 if you register for one of Short Courses

Don’t Wait - Register Now at www.imiconf.com

 

See, hear and establish relationships with 25 top suppliers to the ink jet industry – all under one roof  at IMI’s Ink Jet Technology Showcase 2012 at the Hyatt Rosemont, Rosemont (Chicago), Illinois, USA on September 5-6, 2012

 

Come join us and take advantage of 100’s of years of ink jet experience – all in one location, all in one short trip, all for one small price – it could save you considerable time and money and could be the most productive meeting ever for your use of ink jet technology!

 

We look forward to seeing you or a colleague in Chicago in September.

 

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