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Department of Printing and Media EngineeringThe Department of Printing and Media Engineering has the distinction ofbeing the one among the only few institutes across India offeringbachelor's degree since 1992. Department has been growing ever sinceto reach the present status of having international standard infrastructureand state-of-the-art facilities. Some of the department highlights arementioned below:Department highlights4 MOU with Chemnitz University of Technology, Germany for joint R&Dprojects, faculty and student exchange4 DAAD Scholarship for student exchange programme with ChemnitzUniversity of Technology, Germany.4 Equipped with the state of the art laboratories with the mostsophisticated equipments.4 Ample opportunities for placement (Nearly 100%) in both India andAbroad4 Long term relationship with leading industries to develop a goodindustry-institute interaction4 Hands on training in Manipal Technologies Ltd., one of the leadingPrinting and Media Organizations in Asia4 Regularly conducting National / International Conferences,Workshops, and Seminars.A Memorandum of Understanding has also been signed with theChemnitz University of Technology, Germany for a Joint Double DegreeMasters program. Students admitted in Manipal, who opt this JointDouble Degree Masters program programme will be awarded in "Print and Media Technology" by Chemnitz University ofTechnology and M.Tech degree in "Printing and Media Technology" byManipal University. Students selecting this program, study one year inIndia and one year in Germany.Academic Programmes Offered B.Tech. in Print and Media Technology (since 1992) M.Tech. in Printing and Media Technology (since 2008) Joint Double Degree Masters Program in collaborationwith Chemnitz University of Technology, GermanyPRINT), Semiautomatic Screen Printing Machine, Flexo-cumRotoGravure Hybrid Printing Machine, Xrite 530 Spectro-densitometer,X-rite Plate Scope, Konica Minolta SpectroDensitometer, X-riteColorMunki Photo, X-rite i1iO Extreme, X-rite i1 Basic, ProfileMaker 5Platinum, DSLR Nikon D7000 18-105mm, Paper Brightness-OpacityTester, KPP Flexo Proofer, Combo Thermal and Adhesive LaminatingMachine, UV varnishing. are a few to mention.In addition to Central Library, department has a separate well stockedDepartment Library.Proximity to Manipal Power Press Limited, one of the leading printingorganizations in Asia, gives an added advantage in having hands ontraining to students on each and every aspect of a print house whichhelps them to gain thorough practical knowledge about the subjectsduring the course of study.Faculty ListProfessor and HeadProf Dr Prakash Shetty, Ph.D (Mangalore University)Assistant Professor - Selection Grade:Ms Asha S Pai, BE, MBAAssistant Professor Senior - ScaleMr Nagaraj Kamath, M.TechMr Ramakrishna Nayak, M.Tech, MBAMr Vinod T Kamath, M.Tech, MBAMr Ramnath Shenoy, M.Tech, MBAAssistant ProfessorsMs Soujanya S Shenoy, BE, MBAMr Sandeep Nayak Pangal, MBA, M.TechMs Bhagya R S, BE, M.TechMr Devicharan R, BE, M.TechMr Nithesh Kumar K S, BFA, MVA (on contract)Facilities and ResourcesFaculty of the department are actively involved in research activities inthe areas of Color Science, Production Management, and Print AppliedResearch. Department also provides consultancy services to the printingand packaging industry in the area of quality testing of paper, board, ink,packages and color measurement & management.Department has professionally qualified faculty both with Academic andIndustry background. It has ten fulltime faculty members including oneProfessor, one Assistant Professor Selection Grade and three AssistantProfessor Senior Scale. Three Adjunct Professors and more than tenfaculty from other departments are also associated with the program.The department is equipped with the most latest and modern equipmentlike: Esko Graphics Packaging Software, Cape Pack PackagingSoftware, Epson Stylus Pro 7900, TechNovaPoliRip, Navigator RIPsoftware, Epson A3 Scanner 20000, Liquid Photopolymer Plate Maker,Emulsification Tester, Viscosity Tester, Oil absorbance Tester, Air KnifeCoater, IGT Printability Tester, Mini Carton Compression Tester, Ink RubResistance Tester, Ring Crush Tester, Crown size Offset machine (AUTO251

252HUM 4002PMT 4101PMT 4102PMT 4103PMT ****PMT ****PMT 4111PMT 4112IIIIVEngineering Mathematics – IIIBasics of Print MediaImaging TechniquesElectronic CompositionPrinting Material Science – IFundamentals of Electronic MediaImaging Techniques LabElectronic Composition LabMAT 2106PMT 2101PMT 2102PMT 2103PMT 2104PMT 2105PMT 2111PMT 31123444431212233443311CPMT 4297PMT 4298PMT 4299HUM 4001PMT 3201PMT 3202PMT ****PMT ******* ****PMT 3211PMT 3212MAT 2209PMT 2201PMT 2202ECE 2231PMT ******* ****PMT 2211ECE 2251Subject CodeSubject NameFOURTH SEMESTERSeminarIndustrial TrainingProject Work/Practice SchoolEIGHTH SEMESTEREssentials of ManagementPrint Finishing and ConvertingVideo ProcessingProgramme Elective – IIIProgramme Elective – IVOpen Elective – IIPrint Finishing and Converting LabVideo Processing LabSIXTH SEMESTEREngineering Mathematics – IVOffset PrintingPrinting Material Science – IIAudio and Video SignalsProgramme Elective – IOpen Elective – IPrinting Material Testing LabAudio and Video Signals LabB. Tech in PRINT AND MEDIA TECHNOLOGYEngineering Economics and Financial ManagementPackage Design and TestingMedia productionAnimation TechnologyProgramme Elective – VProgramme Elective – VIPackage Design and Testing LabAnimation Technology LabSEVENTH SEMESTERFlexography, Gravure & Screen PrintingDigital and Security PrintingColor Analysis and ReproductionSound EngineeringProgramme Elective – IIColor Analysis and Reproduction LabPrinting Machine LabSound Engineering LabFIFTH SEMESTERSubject NameTHIRD SEMESTERSub. CodePMT 3101PMT 3102PMT 3103PMT 3104PMT ****PMT 3111PMT 3112PMT 600000033600000033P14111222344333112334443311C

Minor SpecialisationsI.THIRD SEMESTERMAT 2106: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - III [3 0 0 3]Fourier series, periodic functions, Half range expansions. Harmonicanalysis.Vector Calculus: Gradient, divergence and curl Line, surfaceand volume integrals, Green's, Divergence and Stoke's theoremsStatistics mean, median, mode, and quartiles. Measures of dispersion,coefficient of correlation, Regression lines, Curve fitting. Partialdifferential equations: one-dimensional wave and heat equations andtheir solutions.Packaging Technology1. PMT 4001: Packaging Applications2. PMT 4002: Packaging Materials3. PMT 4003: Packaging Techniques and Processes4. PMT 4004: Smart PackagingII. Business Management1. HUM 4011: Financial ManagementReferences:1. Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, (5e). 1985Wiley Eastern.2. Murray R. Spiegel,“Vector Analysis”, Schaum Publishing Co., 19593. B. S. Grewal, “Higher Engineering Mathematics”, KhannaPublishers, 19892. HUM 4012: Human Resource Management3. HUM 4013: Marketing Management4. HUM 4014: Operations and Systems ManagementOther Programme ElectivesPMT 2101: BASICS OF MEDIA TECHNOLOGY [3 0 0 3]Print Media: The world of print media, industries and their classifications,printed products. Pre-media, workflow - pre-press, press and postpress, print production technologies. Conventional Print MediaTechnology: Relief printing, Recess printing, Lithographic printing andscreen printing. Digital Print Media Technology - Computer topress/direct imaging technologies, Functional components in NIPtechnologies, system concepts/architecture of NIP systems. HybridPrint Media Technology. Special Print Media Technology - Securityprinting, Business form printing, label printing, pad printing, 3D printing,lenticular printing and their areas of applications.1. PMT 4005: Advertising Theory and Practice2. PMT 4006: Communication Systems3. PMT 4007: Continuous Stationery & Specialty Printing4. PMT 4008: Digital Photography5. PMT 4009: E-Publishing6. PMT 4010: Green Printing7. PMT 4011: Media Accounting and Management8. PMT 4012: Media Entrepreneurship9. PMT 4013: Packaging Management10. PMT 4014: Print Maintenance EngineeringReferences:1. Kipphan Helmut, “Handbook of Print Media Springer”, Germany,20012. Adams J. M. and Dolin P. A, “Printing Technology”, (5e), Delmar,Inc. Thomson Learning, New York, USA, 2002.3. Dejidas L. P. and Destree T. M, “Sheet fed Offset Press Operating”(3e), PIA/GATF Press, Pittsburgh, 2005.4. Wilson D. G. and PIA/GATF Staff) “Web Offset PressOperating”,(5e), PIA/GATF Press, Pittsburgh, USA. 2003.5. Samuel B.H, Screen Printing “Contemporary Approach”, Delmarpublisher, New York, 1997.11. PMT 4015: Printronics12. PMT 4016: Quality Management for Graphic Arts13. PMT 4017: Radio Technology14. PMT 4018: Television Technology15. MCA 4001: Graphics and Web DesignOpen Electives1. PMT 3281: Fundamentals of Advertising2. PMT 3282: Global Media and EntertainmentPMT 2102: IMAGING TECHNIQUES [4 0 0 4]Conventional film reproduction: Cameras, Light sensitive materials films and papers, Processing chemicals, techniques and equipment.Line and Halftone Photography: Line and Screened reproductions,screens and exposures, handling copy, evaluation of photographicimage. Digital Screening: Amplified Modulation (AM) and FrequencyModulation (FM) screening. Computer to Film: workflow, equipment andfilms for CTF. Layout and film assembly: Folding and Impositionsmethods, planning a layout, Materials and Methods of planning,registration system. Image carriers for Planography: Modern offsetplates, Quality control aids and equipment. Image carriers forFlexography: Plate materials, production of plates, Laser engraveddesign rolls, sleeves. Image carriers for Gravure: cylinder parametersand designs, methods and process of cylinder making. Image carriersfor Screen Printing: Fabrics, Frames, Fabric stretching, PhotographicStencil making methods. CTP for all processes.3. PMT 3283: Graphic Designing4. PMT 3284: Newspaper Technology5. PMT 3285: Packaging Design and Development6. PMT 3286: Publishing Science253

PMT 2105: FUNDAMENTALS OF ELECTRONIC MEDIA [3 0 0 3]Analog and digital radio &TV, cable TV, camera and consols, Internetradio and TV, digital media production, web based social interaction, TVtransmission standards, receiving systems, mobile phone mediaproduction and delivery, video on demand, Satellite distribution, satellitelinks, earth stations, broadcasting vehicle and mobile control room,Information technology: Computer storage, Computer networks,Internet streaming, Web Streaming, Audio and video streaming, Flashstreaming, MP3 streaming (radio), Peer to Peer distribution Digital videobroadcasting via satellite services to handhelds (DVB-SH) Technology,Geo-spatial technology, Wi-fi and Wi-Max, podcasting, i-Pod,Information superhighways, Interactive portals.References:1. Kipphan Helmut, “Hand book of print media”, Springer, Germany.20012. Cogoli J. E, “Graphic arts photography: Black and White”, GATF,USA,19933. Adams J. M. and Dolin P. A, “Printing Technology”, Fifth Edition,Delmar, Inc. Thomson Learning”, New York, USA 20024. Ray Blair and Thomas M.D, “Flexography - Principle and Practices,Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association”, USA, 1991.5. Samuel B.H, “Screen Printing - Contemporary Approach” Delmarpublisher, New York, 1997.PMT 2103: ELECTRONIC COMPOSITION [4 0 0 4]Role of Composition department in Printing Industry, Evolution ofTypography, Font, Basic four-line principle, Fundamental strokes of atype. Typographical measurement, Size of type, page widths and depths,recognition of type faces, Factors for choosing typeface, typographiccommandments. Casting off. Automatic input &, human input, opticalcharacter recognition, automatic voice recognition. Scanning, photomultiplier tubes, charge coupled device, Digital File Basics, file storageformats, file compression. Post Script (PS), encapsulated PS. ElectronicPublishing-Definition, Workflow. Optical center and geometric center.Basic elements & basic principles of design. Media design & planningGeneral rules for makeup. Page makeup for different printedcommunications. Composition Software - Automatic Page Make up, textand graphics Integration, Page display. Presentation of proofs.References:1. Brian Winston, “Media Technology and Society: A History from theTelegraph to the Internet”, Rutledge,2000.2. David E Reese and Lynne S. Gross, “Radio Production Work text:Studio and Equipment”, Focal Press, 2002.3. Graham Jones A, “Broadcast Engineering Tutorial for NonEngineers”, Focal Press, 2005.4. E.P.J. Tozer, “Broadcasting Engineering Reference Book”, FocalPress, 2004.5. Borko Furht and Syed A. Ahson, “Handbook of MobileBroadcasting”, Taylor & Francis, 2008.PMT 2111: IMAGING TECHNIQUES LAB [0 0 3 1]List of experiments:1. Imposition methods for book work and folders2. Preparation of conventional layout.3. Conventional planning and film assembly for plate making.4. Digital impositions5. Familiarization of RIP software, workflow and parameter control6. Page layout and imposition using RIP software for proofing.7. Page layout and imposition using RIP software for CTF.8. Preparation of linearized masters for small offset press9. Study of effect of exposure factors and development factors onquality of the plate.10. Conventional processing and automatic processing for presensitized (PS) plate making under standard conditions.11. Photopolymer plate making for flexographic pocess.12. Screen stretching techniques and stencil preparationReferences:1. Kaj Johansson, Peter Lundberg, Robert Ryberg, “A Guide to GraphicPrint Production”, (2e), John Wiley & sons, New Jersy, 2007.2. Speirs H, “Introduction to Prepress”, (2e), Pira International, UK,20033. Hal Hinderliter, “The GATF guide to Desktop Publishing”, (3e), GATFPress, 2000.4. David Bergsland, “Printing in a Digital World”, Delmar Publishing,Albany, 1997.PMT 2104: PRINTING MATERIAL SCIENCE - I [3 0 0 3]Manufacture of Paper -Invention of paper, technical developments, rawmaterials. Stages of pulping, Stages of paper making, Computerapplications in the machine. Coating paper, Storage and handling ofpaper. Paper Recycling - secondary fiber, stages of making recycledpaper, de-inking plant and chemistry. Printing ink ingredients Properties, types and applications. Manufacture of printing inks - Stagesof ink manufacturing - Mixing, milling and filtration. Storage and handlingof inks. Inkplant. Image carrier materials. Blankets and roller materials.Chemicals for printing, properties and applications.References:1. Tech Nova PoliRIP, “User Manual”, Technova, 2009.2. Adams J. M. and Dolin P. A, “Printing Technology”, (5e), Delmar, Inc.Thomson Learning T M, New York, USA.2002.3. Kipphan Helmut, “Handbook of Print Media”, Springer, Germany,2001.4. Peck H.L, “Stripping: The Assembly of Film Images”, GATF, USA,1994.References:1. Bureau H William, “What the Printer should know about Paper”,GATF, USA, 1989.2. Bob Thompson, “Printing Materials Science and Technology”, PIRA,UK, 1998.3. Ronald E.T, “Printing inks formulation principles, manufacture andquality control testing procedures”, PIRA International, UK,2000.4. Nelson R.E. and Terry Scarlett, “What the printer should know aboutink”, GATF, USA, 1990.5. Dejidas L.P. and Destree T. M, “Sheet fed Offset Press Operating”,Printing Industries Press, Pittsburgh, 2005.PMT 2112: ELECTRONIC COMPOSITION LAB [0 0 3 1]List of Experiments:1. Review of Electronic Composition, Microsoft Word - Table work,Tabular work, fonts and type styles, word-art, column works.2. Microsoft Power Point - Working with tools, Making goodpresentations and Seminars3. Adobe Photo Shop - Familiarizing and practice with the PhotoShoptool-bar254

4. Adobe Photo Shop - Working with Layers and Masking, Pictureediting, scanning the picture, Converting image formats, resizing theimages5. Adobe Photo Shop - Picture and text manipulation6. Adobe Photo Shop - Designing and Practicing7. CorelDraw - Familiarizing and practice with the CorelDraw tool-bar8. CorelDraw - Picture editing and Designing9. CorelDraw - Designing and Practicing10. Adobe PageMaker - Familiarizing and practice with the PageMakertool-bar11. Adobe PageMaker - Designing of visiting cards, page makeup ofpamphlets, page make up of advertisements, folders, journals, bookwork12. Adobe PageMaker - Designing and Practicing of cover pagessystems for sheet fed - types, sheet guiding devices, delivery assistdevices, IR and hot air drying, UV drying. Delivery systems for webpresses dryers and chill rolls, Folders and In-line finishing. PressControls: Web tension, web guiding, cut-off control. Make ready, pressrun, run length, and monitoring devices. Auxiliary equipments. OffsetProblems: Identification, causes and remedies of problems related toink, paper, plate and press on sheet fed and web presses. Materialhandling, maintenance and press room safety. Waterless printing:Principle, process, plates, advantages, limitations and applications.References:1. Dejidas L.P. and Destree T. M, “Sheet fed Offset Press Operating”,PIA/GATF Press, Pittsburgh, 2005.2. Kipphan Helmut, “Hand Book of Print Media”, Springer,Germany,2001.3. Daniel G Wilson and PIA/GATF Staff, “Web Offset Press Operating”,PIA/GATF Press, Pittsburgh,2005.4. GATF Staff, “Solving Sheet fed Offset Press Problems”, GATF,USA,1994.5. GATF Staff, “Solving Web Offset Press Problems”, GATF, USA,1990.References:1. Kaj Johansson, Peter Lundberg, Robert Ryberg, “A Guide to GraphicPrint Production”, (2e), John Wiley & sons, New Jersy,2007.2. Speirs H, “Introduction to Prepress”, (2e), Pira International,UK,2003.3. Hal Hinderliter, “The GATF guide to Desktop Publishing”, (3e), GATFPress,2000.4. David Bergsland, “Printing in a Digital World”, Delmar Publishing,Albany,1997.PMT 2202: PRINTING MATERIAL SCIENCE - II [4 0 0 4]Introduction to printing substrates and inks. Paper Properties andTesting - Structural, surface, mechanical, optical, and chemicalproperties. Paper testing and equipment used. Substrates for differentprinting processes - Paper types and their application, Paper Boards,their properties and testing. Plastic, metallic and other substrates. Papermetrics - Paper measurement systems, paper sizes. Ink dryingmechanisms. Ink Properties and Testing Optical, working and end useproperties. Inks for different printing processes - types and formulation.Toners formulations, properties and applications.FOURTH SEMESTERMAT 2212: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS - IV [2 1 0 3]Finite difference solution of boundary valued problems. Numericalsolutions of Laplace and Poisson, heat and wave equations. Introductionto probability, finite sample space, conditional probability andindependence, Baye's theorem, one dimensional random variable: meanand variance, Chebyschev's inequality.Two and higher dimensional random variables, covariance andcorrelation coefficient. Distributions: binomial, poisson, uniform,normal, exponential gamma and chi-square. Optimization: Linearprogramming problem, Graphical and Simplex methods, penalty costand two phase methods. Transportation problemReferences:1. Bureau H William, “What the Printer should know about Paper”,GATF, USA,1989.2. Eves Ian, “Paper, Blueprint”, London,1991.3. Finley Charles, “Printing Paper and Inks”, Delmar Publishers, NewYork,1997.4. Bob Thompson, “Printing Materials Science and Technology”,PIRA, UK,1998.5. Prakash Shetty, “Science and Technology of Printing Materials”,MJP Publishers, Chennai, 2008.References:1. P. L. Meyer, “Introduction to probability and Statistical applications”,(2e), , Amerind Publishing Co., 19752. S. S. Sastry, “Introductory methods for Numerical Analysis”, (2e),PHI, 19903. Erwin Kreyszig, “Advanced Engineering Mathematics”, (5e) 1985Wiley Eastern.4. Narayanan Ramaniah and Manicavachagom Pillay, “AdvancedEngineering Mathematics”, Vol 35. Hamdy A Taha, “Operation research”, (7e), PHI.ECE 2231: AUDIO AND VIDEO SIGNALS [4 0 0 4]Introduction to Multimedia System, Architecture and components,Multimedia distributed processing model, Synchronization,Orchestration and Quality of Service (QOS) architecture. Dataacquisition, Sampling and Quantization, Human Speech productionmodel, low bit rate speech compression, MPEG audio compression.Image acquisition and representation, image compression standards:ITU (formerly CCITT) Group III and IV standards, JPEG imagecompression standards, MPEG video compression standards, digitalaudio and broadcasting, Video coding and compression, H261, HDTVDVB-T, Fundamentals of data communication and networking, Audiolatency, Video data rate, multimedia over LAN and WAN, Multimediaconferencing, Multimedia Information Systems.PMT 2201: OFFSET PRINTING [4 0 0 4]Feeding Mechanisms: Sheet fed - Feeding principles and types, sheettransport and control. Web fed - Roll stand, dancer roller, splicers.Printing Unit: Plate, blanket, impression and transfer cylinder. Plates andblankets- types, selection, mounting and care. Cylinder Setting, Packingand Printing Pressure. Press configurations for sheet fed and webpresses. Inking system: functions, construction, roller setting,operation, maintenance. Dampening system: conventional, continuousflow and non- contact dampening system. Delivery systems: deliveryReferences:1. Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt, “Multimedia Systems”,Springer.255

2. J. D. Gibson, “Multimedia Communications: Directions andInnovations”, Springer.3. K. Sayood, “Introduction to Data Compression”, MorganKaufmann.4. A. Puri and T. Chen, “Multimedia Systems, Standards, andNetworks”, Marcel Dekker.5. Iain E.G. Richardson, “H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression”,John Wiley.6. Borivoje Furht, “Handbook of Multimedia Computing”, CRC Press.Innovations”, Springer.3. K. Sayood, “Introduction to Data Compression”, MorganKaufmann.4. A. Puri and T. Chen, “Multimedia Systems, Standards, andNetworks”, Marcel Dekker.5. Iain E.G. Richardson, H.264 and MPEG-4 Video Compression, JohnWiley.6. Borivoje Furht, “Handbook of Multimedia Computing”, CRC Press.FIFTH SEMESTERPMT 2211: PRINTING MATERIAL TESTING LAB [0 0 3 1]List of experiments:Paper Testing:1. GSM & Ash content2. Bursting strength3. Cobb sizing & Moisture content4. Folding endurance5. Tearing strength6. Tensile strength7. Porosity, Softness and smoothness8. Brightness, Opacity and gloss9. Stiffness10. pHPMT 3101: FLEXOGRAPHY, GRAVURE AND SCREENPRINTING [4 0 0 4]Flexography - principle, products and market, Packaging and publicationflexography, press components and configurations, narrow and wideweb presses Web handling and control - types of unwind and rewind,tension and tension control systems, web guides. Flexographic press Inking systems, Fountain , anilox, plate and impression roll/drum, plateMounting and proofing, flexo dryers, doctor blade. Press, print, web andplate problems. Gravure - principle, products and market, sectors ofgravure. Press components and configurations. Indirect gravure andhybrid systems. Gravure press - inking systems, printing units, doctorblade assembly, Impression cylinder and ESA. Dryers and heatsources. Press, print and web problems. Screen printing - principle,Methods of printing, essential components of screen printing, Screenprinting market and products, special areas of applications. Screenprinting press - types of presses and components, mesh, stencil andsqueegee - parameters for controlling print quality, flood bar, specialsqueegees and techniques, maintenance and storage, multicolourprinting and halftone reproduction. Types of dryers. Mesh, stencil andsqueegee, press and, print problems. Environment and Sustainability Environmental issues, Solvent recovery plant and press room safety.Ink Testing:11. Fineness of grind12. Wet ink film thickness and Ink lengthReferences:1. Ronald E.T, “Printing inks formulation principles, manufacture andquality control testing procedures”, PIRA International, UK, 1994.2. Bureau H William, “What the Printer should know about Paper”,GATF, USA,1989.3. Finley Charles, “Printing Paper and Inks”, Delmar Publishers, NewYork,1997.4. “Paper, Ink and Press Chemistry”, Sappi Europe SA 2004,The eighthtechnical brochure from Sappi, Sappi Fine Paper Europe, SappiEurope SA, 154 Chausseé de la Hulpe, B-1170 Brussels.5. “Paper Standards & Measurements”, 2007 Sappi Europe SA Atechnical brochure from Sappi, Sappi Fine Paper Europe, SappiEurope SA, 154 Chausseé de la Hulpe,B-1170 Brussels.6. ISO 12647-2:2004(E), ISO 2004, International Standard, ISO12647-2, Second edition, 2004.References:1. Blair Ray and Destree T. M, “Flexography - Principle and Practices”,(5e), Foundation of Flexographic Technical Association, USA,1999.2. Ray Blair and Thomas M.D, “Gravure Process and Technology”GAA, USA, 1991.3. Weiss H. L., “Gravure and Flexographic Printing Presses”,Converting Technology Corp, USA, 19854. Herbert L.W, “Gravure and flexographic Printing Presses”,Converting Technology Corp, USA. 19855. Samuel B.H, “Screen Printing - Contemporary Approach”, Delmarpublisher, New York,1997.6. Harry and Smith, “Modern Gravure Technology A LiteratureReview”, Pira International, UK,1994.ECE 2251: AUDIO AND VIDEO SIGNALS LAB [0 0 3 1]List of experiments:1. Introduction to MATLAB Programming2. Signal generation (periodic, non-periodic, discrete time andcontinuous time signals)3. Sampling and reconstruction of signals ( aliasing , Nyqist rate)4. Audio & Video signal generation and manipulation5. Video signal generation and manipulation6. Experiments on Multimedia systems7. Experiments on Multimedia communication.PMT 3102: DIGITAL AND SECURITY PRINTING [4 0 0 4 ]Digital Prepress- Creating and processing digital images, Screeningtechniques, File formats Raster image processor (RIP), Workflowintegration, Preflighting, Color management for digital printing. DigitalProofing - digital and analogue proofing, Halftones simulation (dotproofing), Remote proofing, ISO, SWOP/ GRACoL, Ugra/Fogracertification for proofing systems. Digital PrintingTechnology - Workingprinciple, construction,consumables electro photography, ink-jet,thermography, CTP (direct imaging DI), Inline operation configurations,Environmental implications.Digital Workflow & Applications:Commercial printing, Publication printing, Newspaper printing, VariableData Printing, Digital printing on metal, fabric & wood, Black & whitephotography printing, Mono color digital printing, Barcode printing,References:1. Ralf Steinmetz and Klara Nahrstedt, “Multimedia Systems”,Springer.2. J. D. Gibson, “Multimedia Communications: Directions and256

Watermark printing, Printed electronics. Quality Control: Image qualityattributes, Print quality verification tools and Print Permanency tests.Security printing materials and applications: Types of security inksSecurity papers -MICR and NMICR, chemical reactive, uncoated, andtoner fused papers. Security printing techniques Dry offset, offset,intaglio, flexography, gravure and hybrid printing.References:1. Martin Graham, “Nonimpact Printing”, Pira International, UnitedKingdom, 1992.2. Harald Johnson, “Understanding Digital Printing”, ThomsonPublishers, Boston, 2005.3. Phil Green, “Understanding Digital color”, GATF and PIRA, USA,1999.4. AbhaySharma, “Understanding Color Management”, ThomsonDelmar Learning, USA, 2004.5. Warner Richard D, Adams Richard M., “Introduction to securityprinting”, PIA/GATF, Pittsburgh, 2005.6. Narayanan R. ,“Computer Stationery and MICR ChequeProduction”, Association for research and development in printing,Madras,1988.PMT 3103: COLOR ANALYSIS AND REPRODUCTION [4 0 0 4]Visual system, structure and functioning of human eye, modern theoryof light and color, Basic attributes of color, additive and subtractivesynthesis and their practical interpretation. Munsell color system, devicedependent and independent color systems, Principles of colormanagement, Color management systems, Color management fordisplay devices, Input devices and output devices, ICC profiles V2 andV4, Densitometer, colorimeter and spectrophotometer, screen anglesand juxtaposition of dots, digital halftones, color correction, Press colorcontrol,factors in color printing, dot area measurement, Murray Davisequation and Yule Neilson correction, UCR and GCR, additivity andproportionality failure, Standard Charts, Electronic scanning,Neugebauer three color and four color equations, modified Neugebauerequation for scanner.References:1. Mark D. Fairchild, “Color Appearance Models”, John Wiley & SonsLtd, England,2005.2. Constance Sidles, Rick Sutherland and Barb Karg, “GraphicDesigner's Print & Color Handbook”, Rockport Publishers Inc, USA,2005.3. Gaurav Sharma, “Digital Color Imaging Handbook”, CRC Press,USA,2003.4. Lindsay W. MacDonald and M. Ronnier Luo, “Color Image Science”,John Wiley & Sons Ltd, England,2002.5. Asim Kumar Roy Choudhury, “Modern Concept of Color andAppearance”, Oxford & IBH Publishing Co Pvt Ltd, New Delhi,2000.6. Gary G. Field, “Color and Its Reproduction”, GATF Press Pittsburgh,USA,1999.PMT 3104: SOUND ENGINEERING [4 0 0 4]Fundamentals of sound, primary factors governing studio and controlroom acoustics, Ceilings, windows and doors, Noise isolation within thecontrol room, Frequency balance, Power and grounding guidelines,Ergonomics, The sound chain Microphones and Loud Speakers,Acoustics, Disc recording, distortion and noise reduction, Stereo pickuptechniques, Miking speech in radio, Miking speech for picture,Recording speech stereo recording systems, Optical recording,reproduction, amplifying systems, Processing of audio signal, Dubbing,Music mix down, Spatial manipulation of sound, Stereo multiplexing,Equalizers and Mixers, electronic music synthesizers, Theatre soundsystem, AM / FM tuners, audio system, Anatomy of Hi-Fi system.References:1. Stanlgy R Alten, “Audio in Media”, Wads Worth Publisher, Australia,2005.2. David Miles Huber and Robert E Runstein, “Modern RecordingTechniques”, Elsevier, New Delhi, 2005.3. S.P. Bali, “C

Mr Nagaraj Kamath, M.Tech Mr Ramakrishna Nayak, M.Tech, MBA Mr Vinod T Kamath, M.Tech, MBA Mr Ramnath Shenoy, M.Tech, MBA Assistant Professors Ms Soujanya S Shenoy, BE, MBA Mr Sandeep Nayak Pangal, MBA, M.Tech Ms Bhagya R S, BE, M.Tech Mr Devicharan R, BE, M.Tech Mr Nithesh Kumar

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Indirect gravure printing is a printing process in which a pad transfers the ink from an engraved printing form (cliché) to a substrate. In some literature, it is called pad printing (Hahne, 2001; Kipphan, 2001). The indirect gra-vure printing method has an acceptable accuracy and a resolution of 20 μm to print, e.g., high accuracy elec-