Important Dates

 JIST-First Submissions Due March 15, 2016
 Abstract Submissions Due April 15, 2016
 Manuscripts Due July 15, 2016
 Early Registration Ends
August 15, 2016
 Hotel Reservations
varies
 Symposium Starts September 15, 2016

International Symposium on Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment (TDPF)
with special focus on The Life Cycle of Photo Books

Manchester, United Kingdom
September 15 - 16, 2016


in conjunction with Printing for Fabrication: Materials, Applications, and Processes (32nd International Conference on Digital Printing Technologies/NIP32)

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM


Thursday September 15, 2016

JOINT with Printing for Fabrication

Thursday KEYNOTE and AWARDS Session
9:00 – 10:10

The Objectives of a National Project of ‘Manufacturing Innovation through Development of Next Generation 3D Printers’ in Japan, Hideki Kyogoku, Kindai University
Technology Research Association for Future Additive Manufacturing (TRAFAM) was established in 2014 to achieve the development of innovative additive manufacturing systems to meet the world's highest standards and the development of manufacturing technologies for high value-added products. In this presentation, the current status of the TRAFAM project is introduced.


Interactive Paper (Poster) session I
11:00 – 12:00

Interactive Paper (Poster) session II
15:30 – 16:30

Conference Reception
19:00 – 22:00
Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI)

Join colleagues for an interesting evening of learning and connecting at MOSI!Partially housed in a former British Rail station that was built in 1830, MOSI has an extensive collection delving into the technological and industrial developments that have come out of Manchester. Attendees will be able to visit Revolution Hall, Textiles Gallery, and Power Hall while enjoying food, libations, and good conversation.

 

International Symposium on
Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment 2016

Tools and Strategies of Print Preservation
15:00 – 17:20

Printing to Preserve: How Are We Doing Today?, Joseph LaBarca, Pixel Preservation International (USA)

Kodak Professional Endura Technology for the Premium Photo Book Market, Patrick W. Webber, Kodak Alaris (USA)

Original Photopaper Developments and Applications to Further the Advancement and Growth of the Premium Photo Book Segment, Anthony Pieters, FUJIFILM Europe B.V. (the Netherlands)

Friday September 16, 2016

JOINT with printing for fabrication

Final KEYNOTE and closing remarks
9:00 – 10:10

Materials and Fabrication Methods for Biofabrication, Professor Jürgen Groll, Chair for Functional Materials in Medicine and Dentistry, University of Würzburg

Within tissue engineering and regenerative medicine, Biofabrication is a young and dynamically evolving field of research. It aims at the automated generation of hierarchical tissue-like structures from cells and materials through Bioprinting or Bioassembly. This approach has the potential to overcome a number of classical challenges relating to organization, personalized shape and mechanical integrity of generated constructs.


Although this has allowed achieving some remarkable successes, it has recently become evident that the lack of variety in printable hydrogel systems is one major drawback for the complete field. In order to be suitable for Biofabrication, hydrogels have to comply with a number of prerequisites with regards to rheological behavior and especially stabilization of the printed structure instantly after printing, while at the same time allowing the cells to proliferate. Also fabrication techniques are often not ideal and need to be optimized for the printing of anatomical structures.

This lecture will briefly introduce the field and the major printing techniques, as well as the most important demands on materials and fabrication techniques. It will then introduce a new method for the rational design of thermoplast fibre constructs by the combination of melt electrospinning with automated movement of the collector (Melt electrospinning writing). This technique allows for the generation of highly regular fibrous constructs with pore sizes in cellular dimensions and fibre diameters down to submicrometer. Printing of anatomical structures that would not be accessible otherwise will be demonstrated at one example.

The lecture will then focus on printable hydrogels. Thiolene cross-linking of poly(glycidyl-co-allylglycidylether) based 3D plotted hydrogels will be introduced as alternative to the often used free radical polymerization to stabilize printed hydrogel structures with high resolution and reproducibility. Furthermore, a purely physically cross-linked system based on recombinant spider silk proteins will be introduced, in which beta-sheet interactions facilitate good printability and stability of the constru
cts.


OFFSITE TOURs
15:30 – 17:30

 

International Symposium on
Technologies for Digital Photo Fulfillment 2016

Photo Book Construction and Preservation
10:10 – 12:10

Long-Term Digital Preservation of Photo Books, Mark B. Mizen, All About Images (USA)

Using Technology to Acquire Customers in the Personalised Photo Market, Dianne Moralee, Taopix Limited (UK)

Customer Photo Books for the Future, Brigitte Vantieghem, Peleman Industries, Inc. (USA)

Factors that Influence Permanence and Durability of Photo Books
12:30 – 15:00

Safety of Freezing Inkjet Prints for Long Term Storage, Ivey Barker and Daniel Burge, Image Permanence Institute (USA)

Photo Book Permanence and Durability Standards and Their Impact on the Fulfillment Industry, Stuart T. Gordon, Kodak Alaris (USA)

A Guide for the Assessment and Mitigation of Bleed, Gloss Change, and Mold in Inkjet Prints During High-Humidity Conditions, Jennifer Burger, University of Rochester, and Daniel Burge, Image Permanence Institute (USA)

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