Seeking the latest advances in scientific research and technical innovation from the graphic communications industry, the Technical Association of the Graphic Arts (TAGA) has opened the call for papers for its 2019 Annual Technical Conference in Minneapolis, Minn., taking place March 17 to 20.
Scientific papers are based on emerging science, technology, and the application of all forms of graphic communications technology. Technical Innovation Papers cover topics where a broad technology perspective needs to be provided. They will focus on issues that are current to the industry or critical to its development across the wide range of the graphic communications industry.
TAGA explains papers can cover the full range of topics impacting the industry including, but not limited to, equipment, ink, paper, colour, packaging, visualization, curing, process control, data management, workflow, security, nanotechnology, printed electronics, 3D printing, applications, fundamental science, and software developments related to all types of printing processes.
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Papers will be selected based on submitted abstracts of 500–1,500 words and may include figures. Papers accepted and presented at the TAGA 2019 Annual Technical Conference will be published in the 2019 TAGA Proceedings. Submissions should be sent to TAGA@printing.org by September 7, 2018.
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