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Go Behind the Scenes with HP PageWide in New WhatTheyThink Tech Talk Series

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In this series of “Tech Talks,” hear from subject matter experts on timely topics, including a customer spotlight on the new HP PageWide Web Press T250 HD. The series kicks off with “The Power of Perseverance—HP's Colorful Road to Brilliant Ink Description.”

HP has spent the past four decades not simply investing in inkjet ink research and development but perfecting it. Its five world-class teams of international chemists have worked to create custom inks for a range of different markets. They’ve partnered closely with hardware and writing systems engineers to develop the best integrated technology for its inkjet devices.

Join us on Wednesday, March 24 at 1 pm ET, when HP R&D Chemist Saba Lotfizadeh will share stories of the significant challenges and exciting breakthroughs in ink development that enable printing on a wide range of media.

What you’ll learn:

  • HP's approach to producing Brilliant Ink.
  • How new ink chemistry is enabling high-quality printing on offset coated and uncoated media.
  • New print applications that can be produced using production inkjet with new ink technology.

On-demand playback will be available shortly after the event. Register now!

Special Guests: 

Saba Lotfizadeh - R&D Chemist at HP Inc.

Saba Lotfizadeh is an R&D chemist working at HP Inc. for nearly 5 years. After graduating from Sharif University in Tehran, Iran with a BSc degree in Chemical Engineering, she moved to the United States to pursue her graduate studies. She received her Ph.D. in Chemical Engineering from Penn State University. Shortly after, she joined HP and further explored her passion in colloidal science and chemistry by specializing in ink chemistry and formulation.

Vahaaj Khan - Americas Sales Manager, PageWide Inkjet at HP Inc.

For more than 20 years Vahaaj Khan has helped companies with digital transformation from workflow to print production. Currently he is focused on helping companies grow their business with investments in production inkjet solutions. Vahaaj has a BS in Mathematics & Physics and MBA.

Moderated by WhatTheyThink's Richard Romano.

Register now!

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