[visionlist] [Register by 18 SEPT] Cutting-Edge Printing Tech Sessions Live Online or Tokyo
RMorehouse at imaging.org
Wed Sep 13 09:41:42 -04 2023
Advances in Printing Technology: Asia 2023
Alps Alpine HQ • Tokyo, Japan & Online
Join us for two days of cutting-edge printing technology sessions at Alps Alpine HQ in Tokyo, Japan. Attend in person or virtually and learn from top experts in the field, including keynote speaker Masashi Nishiyama from Tottori University, Steve Simske from Colorado State University, Zhehong Chen from HP, Ramon Borrell from Quantica GmbH, and many more. Each session promises to be insightful and informative, covering topics ranging from printed electronics to multi-factor authentication.
KEYNOTE: Development of Image Recognition based on Human Perception Functions
Masashi Nishiyama, Tottori University (Japan)
* SESSION 1: Morphology & Binder Jetting
* SESSION 2: Display Pixel Patterning & Thermal Printing
* SESSION 3: Multi-factor Authentication (MFA), Data Printing, Patent Development & Inkjet for Emerging Applications
* SESSION 4: New OLED using Inkjet, Design Analysis & Additive Manufacturing
Registration closes on 18 September, so sign up now to secure your spot—advance registration is required.
Roberta Morehouse, CMP
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