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Print and media research for the benefit of industry and society

Advances in Printing and Media Technology

41st International research conference of iarigai

Swansea, Wales, UK, 7 to 10 September 2014

Hosted by Swansea University

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JPMTR-acronymB

  JOURNAL OF PRINT AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH

  A peer reviewed qurterly published by iarigai

  First two years of JPMTR completed

  Issue No. 4(2013) published - No. 1(2014) coming soon

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2012 No. 1-12   2-12   3-12   4-12                      SUBSCRIPTIONS AND ORDERS    

2013 No. 1-13   2-13   3-13   4-13                      READ GUIDELINES FOR AUTHORS

2014 No. 1-14   2-14   3-14   4-14

Editor-in-Chief: Nils Enlund (Helsinki)
Executive editor: Mladen Lovreček (Zagreb)

Editors: Timothy Claypole (Swansea), Edgar Dörsam (Darmstadt) Renke Wilken (Munich) and Scott Williams (Rochester)

Associate editor: Raša Urbas (Ljubljana)

A mission statement

To meet the need for a high quality scientific publishing platform in its field, the International Association of Research Organizations for the Information, Media and Graphic Arts Industries will publish a quarterly peer-reviewed research journal.

The journal will foster multidisciplinary research and scholarly discussion on scientific and technical issues in the field of graphic arts and media communication, thereby advancing scientific research, knowledge creation, and industry development. Its aim is to be the leading international scientific journal in the field, offering publishing opportunities and serving as a forum for knowledge exchange between all those interested in contributing to or learning from research in this field.

By regularly publishing peer-reviewed, high quality research articles, position papers, surveys, and case studies as well as review articles and topical communications, the journal will promote original research, international collaboration, and the exchange of ideas and know-how. It will also provide a multidisciplinary discussion on research issues within the field and on the effects of new scientific and technical developments on society, industry, and the individual. Thus, it will serve the entire research community as well as the global graphic arts and media industry.

The journal will cover fundamental and applied aspects of at least, but not limited to, the following topics:

Printing technology and related processes

  • Conventional and special printing
  • Packaging
  • Fuel cells and other printed functionality
  • Printing on biomaterials
  • Textile and fabric printing
  • Printed decorations
  • Materials science
  • Process control


Premedia technology and processes

  • Color reproduction and color management
  • Image and reproduction quality
  • Image carriers (physical and virtual)
  • Workflow and managementt


Emerging media and future trends

  • Media industry developments
  • Developing media communications value systems
  • Online and mobile media development
  • Cross-media publishing


Social impact

  • Media in a sustainable society
  • Environmental issues and sustainability
  • Consumer perception and media use
  • Social trends and their impact on media


Submissions for the journal are invited at any time and, if meeting the criteria for publication, will be rapidly submitted to peer-review and carefully evaluated, selected and edited. Once accepted and edited, the papers will be printed and published as soon as possible.

Complete guidelines with the instructions for preparing and submitting the papers - open here (PDF 187 KB)

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