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NAPIM/NPIRI Fall Technical Conference

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Gain New Ideas and Ink Industry Knowledge at NAPIM/NPIRI Fall Technical Conference

Learn the latest developments on key issues affecting the Ink Industry, expand your industry expertise – as well as enjoy face-to-face professional networking unavailable through online sources at NPIRI's Fall Technical Conference, October 15-17 in Oak Brook, Illinois.

The opening session includes a keynote address on "Haptic Brain/Haptic Brand—A Communicator’s Guide to the Neuroscience of Touch"; a look at communication through the lens of neuroscience, exploring how media shapes the brain and, consequently, the way a brand is perceived.  You’ll also hear an academic update by students from Ryerson University on the progress of their cutting-edge industry projects.  And the Technology Spotlights offer you a chance to be the first to see some of the latest innovations in the marketplace.

The two-day conference also includes a Technology Track with session topics such as Paperboard industry Update, Carbon Black in the Ink Industry, Color Measurement, Dispersion Technology and an UV LED Update.  A Regulatory Track includes session on the TSCA Update for Ink Manufacturers, a Global Regulatory Update, current issues for Ink Manufacturer and Food Packaging, OSHA Update and current compliance interpretations, and current Issues for the Ink Industry Supply Chain

Make the most of your time and also attend:

  • Pre-Conference Course: Intro to Ink Formulation and Manufacturing: A Short Course* October 15, 2019 - 8:00am - 12:00pm
  • Post-Conference Event: Electronic and Conductive Ink Conference*, October 17-18, 2019  (Sponsored by NAPIM, Ink World, and Printed Electronics Now)

Learn more about the NPIRI Fall Technical Conference

 

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