2nd International Conference on Digital Production Printing Coming In May
Press release from the issuing company
March 14, 2003- There are only 2 months to go to the 2nd DPP 2003 conference, which will be held at the luxurious Hilton Barcelona Hotel on May 18 - 21, 2003 in the heart of Barcelona, Spain.
If Large and Grand Format Printing is your business segment and you want to interact with, share, and learn from those leading the way in digital production printing, this conference is the outstanding meeting place because a world Consortium on printing is gathering there. End users from Europe and the world will talk about their experiences with different end-to-end solutions. All presentations will be simultaneously translated from English into Spanish and vice versa and there will be networking opportunities with vendors, suppliers, European end users…
Many eminent speakers have accepted to bring original contributions, such as:
Large Format Printing : A Total Solution Overview (Focal), Pau Molinas, Hewlett-Packard, Inkjet Commercial Division (Spain)
Effects of Measurement Configuration on ICC Profile Creation of Large Format Inkjet Production, Michael B. DiCosola, Chromaticity Inc. (USA)
“Color Management on the Fly”, A Novel Solution for Ubiquitous Color Management, Francis Lamy, Beat Frick, Lukas Pescoller, Martin Beyer and Iris Mangelschots , GretagMacbeth AG (Switzerland)
Meeting the Challenges of UV Ink Jetting in Wide Format Applications, Marc K. Torrey, Spectra Inc (USA)
The Total Cost of Ownership of Wide Format Digital Production Printers, Ron Michael and Itay Shalit, NUR Macroprinters Ltd. (Israel)
Square Dot Printing with Xaar-Type Inkjet Printheads, Werner Zapka, Wolfgang Voit, Lars Levin and Werner Ahlemeier, Xaar Jet AB (Sweden); and Ian Wallhead and Mark Crankshaw, Xaar plc (UK)
Inkjet Lamination, A Long Term Aesthetic Solution, William C. Decker, III.Neschen Corporation (USA)
Remote Printing in the Construction Industry, Len Koerts, Hewlett-Packard (Spain)
DPP 2003 is an organization of IS&T Europe and a consortium of the main industrial leaders such as :
Agfa (Consumer Imaging and Graphic Systems) - Aprion Digital - Barco Graphics - Felix Boettcher GmbH &Co KG - Coates Electrographics Ltd - Dainippon Screen Mfg. Co. - Dotrix - Eka Chemicals - Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG - Hewlett-Packard Espanola AG - MAN Roland Druckmaschinen - NexPress - Océ-Printing Systems - Océ-Technologies - Rochester Institute of Technology - Université Joseph Fourier Grenoble - Xeikon International - Xerox Ldt.
The Society of Imaging Science and Technology is an international non-profit society the purpose of which is to keep members up to date on the latest scientific and technological developments in the field of imaging through conferences, journals and other publications. IS&T Chapter Europe is the European arm of IS&T. The goal of the European chapter is to strengthen the networking between imaging and printing professionals in Europe by organizing events in the European area. IS&T focuses on imaging in all its aspects, with particular emphasis on digital printing, color imaging, electronic imaging, photofinishing, image preservation, pre-press technologies, hybrid imaging systems and silver halide.
A detailed conference program can be found on the IS&T website at www.imaging.org
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