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 » Submission site opens by 15 July 2023
 » JIST-first deadline 1 Sept. 2023
 » Submission deadline 1 Oct. 2023
 » JIST Acceptance notification 15 Oct. 2023
 » Acceptance notification 1 Nov. 2023
 » Final paper/abstract due 1 Dec. 2023
 » Final JIST paper due 21 Dec. 2023
 » Registration opens Oct. 2023
 » Early registration ends 15 Dec. 2023
 » On-site registration closes 22 Jan. 2024
 » On-site registration closes 26 Jan. 2024
 » Conference 29 - 31 Jan. 2024
 » Workshop 31 Jan -2 Feb 2024



The aim of this conference is to bring together R&D industry specialists, academic researchers, equipment and material suppliers, and end users to exchange, co-create, and shape the future of inkjet technology. The focus is first and foremost the research and developments that contribute to the advancement of the technology, from academic research to industrial success stories. We invite submissions in these areas.

Authors are invited to submit a structured abstract for peer-review describing original work in technical areas related to the conference topics using the Advanced Inkjet Technology Submission Template. All sections of the template should be addressed.

Authors have the option to pursue a journal-first publication in the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology, a 4-6 page proceedings paper published in the conference proceedings, or a 1-2 page extended abstract to be provided to meeting attendees. See below for details.

The conference is planned as an in-person event, and we expect presenters to attend in person.


We encourage authors to submit the abstracts for talks on all aspects of inkjet, particularly in the following domains:


  • Inks: Materials, formulation, rheology
  • Fluid dynamics: Ink behavior in ink systems and print heads; ligament formation / droplet ejection; ligament break-up; droplets in flight behavior; meniscus behavior; droplet impact on substrate  
  • Surface science: Ink-substrate interaction


  • Print head design
  • Microfabrication
  • Actuation and dispensing methods
  • Inks and ink formulation
  • Ink characterization
  • Data path
  • Ink supply system and fluid control
  • Printing systems
  • Printing strategies
  • Drop watching
  • Reliable print and quality control
  • Pre-treatment
  • Post-treatment
  • Patents


  • Graphical printing
  • Printed electronics
  • Additive manufacturing
  • Bio-med printing
  • Food printing
  • Other domains

Standards, regulation, and evaluation

  • Tools
  • Methods


  • Industrialization success stories
  • Trends and market analysis


All submitted proposals are peer-reviewed to ensure that the program provides significant, timely, and authoritative information.

Authors have two routes for submission: structured abstract or journal-first. Each is detailed below. Those who submit structured abstract may either elect to write a 4-6 page paper that will be published in the conference proceedings or write a 1-2 page extended abstract provided to attendees.

General Requirements

  • Work presented at the conference should be complete and advance state of the art knowledge in the area of advanced inkjet.
  • Authors are expected to adhere to the guidelines and ethics found in the IS&T Publication Policy  .
  • IS&T strongly discourages the use of the Lena (Lenna) image. Authors should use other suitable images; submissions containing the Lena image without convincing scientific justification for its use will not be reviewed.
  • IS&T offers four (4) copyright options, including Creative Commons (CCBY) and government options. All are found within the Copyright Transfer Release file. Authors are required to sign one.
  • All necessary rights and permissions for use of any material not owned outright are the responsibility of the author.
  • Proceedings papers are indexed with various services, filed with the US Library of Congress, and made available as downloadable PDFs through the IS&T Digital Library. Authors may also post the authoritative version of accepted papers in repositories and on websites.
  • The author presenting the paper/work is expected to attend the conference in person and pay a full registration fee.
  • Talks are allocated an oral or poster presentation slot at the discretion of the program committee.
  • The conference language is English.


Decide if you want to submit a structured abstract for peer review by the committee or a journal-quality manuscript for review by the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology. Follow the paths noted below.


Submit via:
Submission Deadline: 1 September 2023
Submission Format: Generally 8-12 page, publication-ready, draft manuscript
Review Format: Journal-level peer-review

Why Submit Journal-first?

  • Gain an Open Access journal citation and present your work at the conference.
  • Guaranteed oral presentation slot if accepted with minor revisions. (Papers requiring major revisions may be accepted for oral or poster presentation.)
  • Pay reduced page charges.
  • Fast-tracked review and publication; paper is published online once approval is final.


  • High-quality, publication-ready, journal-length manuscript.

Visit the Journal of Imaging Science and Technology web page for more details on journal-first submission.

Initial decisions and any requests for revision will be sent to authors by 15 October 2023. Final papers are due no later than 21 December 2023.

Upon acceptance of papers, authors will pay reduced page charges and register for Advanced Inkjet Technology 2024. Rejected papers will be reviewed with author permission for consideration in the conference using the conference submission criteria.

Final papers are due by 21 December 2023.

Questions? Contact [email protected]


Submit via: OpenConf AIT 2024
Submission Deadline: 1 October 2023
Submission Format: Structured Abstract Template
Review Format: Peer review


  • Structured abstract (excluding references and bio) describing original work in any technical areas related to the program topics.
  • Only abstracts submitted according to the IS&T guidelines and template will be considered. The abstract should clearly explain the technical content, including how the material is new or distinct from previously presented/published work.
  • Select preferred presentation format: oral talk or poster paper; both are considered of equal value, importance, and merit.
  • Indicate your final manuscript preference as “Proceedings Paper” or "Extended Abstract” in the online submission system. A proceedings paper is generally 4-6 pages; an extended abstract 1-2. (If accepted, you may change your mind on the format before submitting the final manuscript.)
  • List primary author and all co-authors, with a maximum 50-word bio for the author who will present the work.
  • Provide complete contact info (address, mobile, e-mail) for the primary/corresponding author.
  • Agree to sign one of the four transfer of copyright options, pay the conference registration fee, and present the work during the technical program as scheduled.
  • Agree to submit a final proceedings paper or extended abstract by 1 December 2023.

Final decisions on acceptance and presentation format (oral or interactive poster presentation) are at the discretion of the Program Committee. Notices of acceptance will be sent by 1 November 2023. Upon notice of acceptance, authors are sent detailed instructions for submitting the revised extended abstract or proceedings paper for distribution to conference attendees. Please note that each author is responsible for obtaining appropriate clearance as necessary.

Final manuscripts due 1 December 2023.

Questions? Contact us at [email protected] and fill in blank after AIT in the subject line.

Using OpenConf

1. How to Create a Submission

  • Go to the OpenConf homepage.
  • Click Make Submission.
  • Complete the submission form.
  • Create an OpenConf password - this password will be used to edit your submission and to upload files.
  • Click Submit


2. How to Update/Edit Author Information in OpenConf

  • Go to the OpenConf homepage.
  • Click Edit Submission.
  • Enter your OpenConf Submission ID number and password: If you have forgotten your password, there are measures to change your password on the OpenConf site.
  • Click Edit Submission.
  • Review the submission and correct any information that has changed.
  • Click Submit Changes.
  • Note: Please ensure that there is an entry for each author that includes the following: First/Given Name, Last/Family Name, Affiliation, Country, Email address.


3. How to Upload Files to OpenConf

  • Go to the OpenConf homepage.
  • Click Upload File.
  • Enter your OpenConf Submission ID number and password.
  • For each file you want to upload, click Choose File to select the file you want to upload, (E.g., Manuscript PDF, Source, Copyright Agreement, etc.).
  • On the same row for each file, carefully select the Format for each file to be uploaded.
  • Click Upload Files.