Distinguished Lecture Series: Jan P. Allebach on digital printing

Today, digital printing is more talked about in the popular press than it ever has been since the introduction of desktop printers in the mid-1980’s. But what people are talking about now, is not digital printing of content that is intended to be viewed by humans, but rather digital print- ing of functional components and objects that are intended to be used in ways that generally are not limited to viewing by a human observer. Jan P. Allebach, Hewlett-Packard Distinguished Professor of ECE at Perdue University, spoke about digital printing at the University of Delaware on March 11, 2015. His address, titled “Digital Printing: The Transformation of a 2,000-year-old Technology and What It Means To You,” was part of the College of Engineering’s Distinguished Lecture Series. Visit for more info.

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