IMI Europe today makes public its European conference and course programme for the first half of 2017.
In addition to the Inkjet Ink Development Conference (a successful new event in 2016) and Inkjet Summer School, IMI Europe has added two further new events for the first half of 2017: the IMI Europe Winter Workshop and IMI Europe Inkjet Engineering Conference. The dates and location for its flagship Digital Print Europe event, as well as further events, will be announced shortly.
IMI Europe Inkjet Winter Workshop
23-27 January, 2017
Tryp Apolo Hotel, Barcelona, Spain
The IMI Europe Inkjet Winter Workshop is a new event comprising a series of three technical courses, each of 1.5 days duration, aimed at inkjet developers and presented by technical leaders in their field. The courses include Inkjet Drop Behaviour, presented by Drs Emma Talbot, Steve Hoath and Cristina Rodriguez-Rivero of the University of Cambridge and High Speed Inkjet System Design, presented by Rob Rogers of Print3 Technologies Inc.
IMI Europe Inkjet Engineering Conference / IMI Europe Inkjet Ink Development Conference
14-16 March, 2017
Aquatis Hotel, Lausanne, Switzerland
Building on last year’s successful new technical event, the IMI Europe Inkjet Ink Development Conference, we are adding a new one-day Inkjet Engineering Conference. The two events are aimed at the inkjet development community, and will contain a fully curated programme of invited talks by leading experts from industry and academia.
IMI Europe Inkjet Summer School
12-16 June, 2017
Novotel Ghent Centrum, Ghent, Belgium
With a series of six technical courses, each of 1.5 days duration, the IMI Europe Inkjet Summer School allows developers to get an in-depth look at a particular area of technology with leading technical experts in each field. The line-up for 2017 will include the world-famous Inkjet Academy and other courses covering important aspects of inkjet technology.
“We are pleased to announce our event programme for the first half of 2017,” comments Dr Tim Phillips, Managing Director IMI Europe. “With an excellent programme of technical course and conference content, we believe we are well-placed to continue our leading role in the on-going development of the inkjet digital printing community, which has been such an engine for growth over the last few years.”