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)

The Venue: Denver, Colorado

The 33rd in IS&T’s NIP digital printing series—Printing for Fabrication—takes place in Denver, The Mile High City, and state capitol of Colorado. The conference takes place at the Grand Hyatt Denver hotel, located in downtown Denver, one block from the 16th Street Mall, a tree-lined, shopping- and restaurant-filled, pedestrian promenade that runs through the center of downtown. A free shuttle runs up and down the mile-long Mall seven days a week.

With its stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, Denver has a rich history; “cowboy and Indian” tales, the American gold rush, and building the transcontinental rail-road are part of the lore and fabric of its past. An in-depth look at this history can be found at the Denver Art Museum housing one of the largest collections of Native American art works in the world. Other museums include the “unsink-able” Molly Brown House Museum; the quirky, but wonder-ful Kirkland Museum; the Denver Museum of Science and Nature; and Wings Over the Rockies Air and Space Museum. The spectacular Rocky Mountain National Park and numerous ski areas are within a two-hour drive.

Denver is known for more than 200 different locally brewed beers—and the world’s largest beer festival. Area specialties to enjoy with the beer are Southwestern dishes, buffalo, and Colorado beef and lamb.
Many corporations call Denver and it surroundings home such as Ball Aerospace & Technologies Corp., Lockheed Martin, Raytheon, IBM, and Sun Microsystems; others such as HP Inc. and Lexmark have campuses here.

Grand Hyatt Denver
1750 Welton Street
Denver, CO 80202

+1 303 295 1234

With its stunning backdrop of the Rocky Mountains, Denver, The Mile High City, and capitol of Colorado, hosts the Printing for Fabrication 2017 conference. The Grand Hyatt Denver hotel is the site of the conference and is located in downtown Denver.

Single/Double: $199 plus 14.75 tax
Check in/out: 3:00 pm/noon
Reservations Deadline: Friday, October 13, 2017
Online reservation: https://aws.passkey.com/go/P4F17
Phone reservations: 888-421-1442 / Reference: 2017 Printing For Fabrication

The discounted rate is available for November 3–10 based on availability. Early reservations are assigned on a priority basis to conference attendees provided they are received by October 13. To guarantee a room, a credit card number or deposit equal to one night’s housing must accompany the reservation request.

Cancel 48 hours prior to arrival to avoid one night plus tax penalty.

Travel Notes: Denver Int’l Airport (DEN) is 23 miles / 31 mins (depending on time of day) from downtown. It serves 187 destinations including more than 20 international cities in nine countries: Germany, UK, Iceland, Japan, Canada, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, and Belize. For more information visit http://www.flydenver.com/

Getting to Hotel from Airport
By Commuter Rail Take the A line commuter rail to Union Station. One-way fare is $9 and takes approximately 37 minutes. From Union Station you can take a taxi to the hotel or catch the free 16th street shuttle that leaves you a block from the hotel.

SuperShuttle One way fare is $25. Reservations can be made online. ABC Shuttle – one way fare is $35. Reservations can be made online.

By Taxi Charge is $55.57 flat rate to the hotel. Be sure to ask for it.

Early November weather can range from a high of 54 ° F / 12.2°C to a low of 23° F / -5°C. Dress warmly! 

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