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EFPG Days, Winter 2005      
January 19 - 20, 2005 - Grenoble (France)

The EFPG invite you to join us for the first "EFPG Days Winter sessions" which will held on January 19-20, 2005 in Grenoble, France on the following thematic :

"New developments in digital printing"

Eighty people, including 20 academics and 25 PhD students, are currently doing their research at EFPG (Ecole Française de Papeterie et des Industries Graphiques), one of the largest academic research centers and teaching organizations for the pulp, paper and graphic arts sectors in Europe. The research activity covers the whole field from wood (and non-woody plants) to converted and printed paper.
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The "EFPG Days spring sessions" have been launched in 2003 and 2004. During the two days of this short-course you will be informed about the state of the art of ink (and toner)/media interactions, Color reproduction, trends in digital printing and about our latest research results in these areas. The following program gives you the list of the topics which will actually be covered.

The content of the lectures will be specially organized to fit an audience of industry people interested in the specific issues related to digital printing, color reproduction and materials. Time will be left for discussion and exchanges and special care will be taken to make this event most fruitful and enjoyable.

If you are interested in receiving more information about these EFPG Days, please contact Anne BLAYO

Final program
Nr. Title  
Key-note address (January 19, 2005)
01    Where is the graphic communication market going ? F. Gouverneur, Xerox
First Session : Ink (and  toner)/ media interactions and color perception (January 19, 2005)
02. Fundamentals of digital printing processes : Ink Jet  - From drive wave form to drop formation A. Sourcemarianadin, UJF
03. Fundamentals of digital printing processes : Electrophotography : Principles and recent dévelopments L. Leroy, CTP
04. Relevant properties of media for printing and packaging, applied to digital processes : Runnability J. M. Serratosio, EFPG
05. Relevant properties of media for printing and packaging, applied to digital processes : Ink transfer, Influence of topography C. Mercier, E. Rousset, J. F. Bloch, EFPG
06. Relevant properties of media for printing and packaging, applied to digital processes : Ink transfer, Influence of topography C. Mercier, J. F. Bloch, EFPG
07. Relevant properties of media for printing and packaging, applied to digital processes : Printability B. Pineaux, A. Blayo, EFPG
08. Relevant properties of media for printing and packaging, applied to digital processes : Ink and toner properties A. Blayo, EFPG
09. Color perception in printing - Color of printing materials,  Basic aspects A. Blayo, EFPG
10. Principle of color management L. Chagas, EFPG
11. Proofing in digital environment J. P. Gervasoni, EFPG
12. Multi-spectral and six-color printing A. Blayo, L. Chagas, EFPG
Key-note address (January 20, 2005)
13    How market trends define technology trends ? M. Has, Océ
Second Session : Trends in Digital Printing (January 20, 2005)
14. Future of printing : digital documents vs. printed documents J. Rouis, EFPG
15. Introduction to XML usage and usability V. Bellynck, EFPG
16. Digital applications in traditional printing L. Chagas, EFPG

 


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