TAGA

2019 TAGA Call for Papers

TAGA is currently acception scientific and technical research papers for the 2019 Annual Technical Conference in Minneapolis, MN, March 17-20. This provides authors one of the premier platforms for communication, publication and outreach in the graphics and communications industries.  During the event, industry leaders, innovators, researchers, scientists, and end users can evaluate the latest R&D and how this can impact their own activities and business.

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 graphics and communications industry.

Papers will be selected on the basis of submitted abstracts of 500-1,500 words and may include figures. All submissions can be sent to TAGA [at] printing.org (subject: TAGA%202019%20Call%20for%20Papers%20Submission) . The deadline is September 8, 2017.

 

About TAGA

Organized in 1948, TAGA is the only global professional technical association for the graphic arts industries. TAGA provides to individual members worldwide, also maintains the industry's best permanent set of technical papers and abstracts. TAGA serves the CTO, CIO, and R&D management personnel of printers, publishers, and premedia companies, as well as engineers and scientists employed by graphic arts systems and equipment providers, ink manufacturers, and paper manufacturers. TAGA focuses on graphic arts systems, software, and computer technology developments, as well as areas of press, ink, and paper engineering applications. The association also provides guidance and support to student chapters around the world. TAGA's Annual Technical Conference provides students opportunities to participate in several competitions as well as an opportunity to meet prospective employers.

Mission: To provide a worldwide forum for sharing and disseminating theoretical, functional and practical information on current and emerging technologies for Graphic Arts print production and related processes.

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TAGA Member Area

Stay on the cutting edge of graphic arts technology: Join TAGA today and be prepared for the future!

TAGA members can access presenation files and full papers from previous conferences, archives from the Journal of Graphic Technology and more by visiting the TAGA Member Area.

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TAGA Student Chapters

Established in 1985, the TAGA Student Chapters are an integral part of the TAGA organization. TAGA believes strongly in supporting and encouraging students and giving them recognition for their achievements. TAGA believes that partnering with schools is as important in today's world as partnering with suppliers and customers.

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