Material Stage［East hall 2］
Feb. 3, 2023 (Fri.)
[Keynote Speech]Sustainable competitive power of manufacturing and high-performance machine to realize the innovation
10:30-11:10 Pre-Registration required
Frontier Science and Social Co-creation Initiative
Prof. Takeaki Tsuda
EB Curing and Digital Printing Technology for Flexible Packaging
11:25-11:55 Pre-Registration required
Mr. Keisuke Ozawa
Mr. TADAYUKI SAMAYORI
Mr. Sohei Nakanishi
The Latest Trends of Ink Jet Technology and Impacts on Markets.
12:10-12:40 Pre-Registration required
The Imaging Society of Japan
Keio University Institute at SFC
Mr. Masahiko Fujii
He Joined Fuji Xerox Co.,(currently Fujifilm Business Innovation Corporation) and has engaged in research on continuous inkjet, thermal inkjet head and system technology, inkjet technology applications including 3D printers, and 3D data handling. In 2016, he proposed a new 3D data format FAV in collaboration with Keio University. Currently, he is extending the dimension of his research area to 4D printing. He received the Johannes Gutenberg Award in 2019 and the President's Special Award of the Imaging Society of Japan in 2021.
The inkjet market and technology development trends have changed dramatically over the past decade. Specifically, the inkjet market has expanded from a paper-based market to a market that handles media other than paper, including the industrial printing market, commercial printing market, and digital fabrication market. At the same time, technological development had to evolve in directions other than the conventional market axes of image quality and printing speed, and technological evolution drove market expansion (change).
In this seminar, the relationship between market changes and technological development trends will be explained, taking into account the circumstances behind both. The seminar will also discuss several noteworthy technological trends and their impact on the market in the future.