White Stone, VA, July 2001—The Fall 2001 Executive Committee meeting of the Research and Engineering Council of the Graphic Arts Industry—to be held in Pittsburgh on October 11 and 12—offers those interested in the printing industry a unique opportunity. In addition to the customary presentations of the latest in printing technology at such meetings, attendees will receive a tour of the Carnegie Mellon University robotics laboratory. The event will include:
- Descriptions of the Carnegie Mellon research programs in the graphic arts.
- Detailed presentations describing the Computer and Graphic Arts curricula at the school.
- Presentations by Carnegie Mellon students regarding the Computer and Graphic Arts curriculum.
- A guided tour of the Carnegie Mellon University robotics laboratory.
Commenting on the meeting, R&E Council managing director Ronald L. Mihills said: "The R&E Council Executive Committee endeavors not only to expose its members and the general industry to the latest technologies, but to ensure that the executives who guide the Council are aware of academic and research methods outside their immediate areas of interest. The forthcoming tour of the Carnegie Mellon University facilities is especially important because of the strength of the school in applying computer science to the business of printing. Those interested in attending should contact the Council at 804-436-9922 or via Email at [email protected]