Printing Future Days

It is all about Print and Media Technology

The Printing Future Days (PFD) is the scientific conference for junior scientists working in the field of printing and media technologies. The PFDs comprises topics from traditional graphic arts printing to functional printing beyond color and aspects of new media.

The History of PFD

Printing Future Days 2015

October 05-07, 2015

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The Printing Future Days 2015 have been successfully concluded. We would like to thank all our supportes for their kind efforts. And we would like to thank especially all the presenters for sharing with us their scientific results in the field of print and media technology. We are looking forward to welcoming you again in 2017! ...more

Printing Future Days 2013

September 10-12, 2013

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The Printing Future Days 2013 have been successfully concluded. We would like to thank all our supportes for their kind efforts. And we would like to thank especially all the presenters for sharing with us their scientific results in the field of print and media technology. We are looking forward to welcoming you again in 2015! ...more

Printing Future Days 2011

November 07. -10., 2011

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The Printing Future Days 2011 have been successfully concluded. We would like to thank all our supportes for their kind efforts. And we would like to thank especially all the presenters for sharing with us their scientific results in the field of print and media technology. We are looking forward to welcoming you again in 2013! ...more

Printing Future Days 2009

November, 02. - 05. 2009

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Supporters of the conference:

  • IARIGAI
  • Saxon State Ministry for Higher Education, Research and the Fine Arts
  • Intergraf
  • SWG & Janoschka Group
  • Heidelberger Druckmaschinen AG
  • OE-A
  • IDTechEX
  • Steinemann
  • Ingede e.V.
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Printing Future Days 2007

November, 05. - 08. 2007

For the second time, the Institute for Print and Media Technology at Chemnitz University of Technology invited students and PhD students from all over the world to exchange their experiences. 104 participants followed the call of the conference. Thus the number of attendees almost doubled compared to 2005. 48 junior scientists from 17 universities from 15 countries took the chance to present their first own scientific results in the field of print media technology to an international audience. This year the traditional topics of 'mass printing technologies', 'digital printing' and ...more