Guest Lecture Featuring Stephen Nigro, President of HP Inc.’s 3D Printing Business Unit
2:00 p.m. - Lecture and Q&A, GCCIS Auditorium
3:00 p.m. - Reception, GCCIS Atrium
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Stephen Nigro will outline the potential for 3D printing’s role in the $12 trillion dollar manufacturing market and showcase the science behind HP’s game changing Multi Jet Fusion 3D technology including voxel-level control that enable unprecedented design capabilities including color and conductivity. He will be joined by David Tucker, Market Development, 3D Printing Business, HP Inc. who will do a deep dive on design for additive manufacturing.
Mr. Nigro is the President of HP Inc.’s 3D Printing business. In this role, he is responsible for bringing disruptive innovations to market, leveraging HP’s proven technology and 2D expertise to lead the 3D print market. Stephen previously served as the Senior Vice President of HP’s Imaging and Printing business, bringing the industry’s leading imaging and printing solutions to market. He has more than 30 years of print expertise spanning business leadership, product, and technical roles – all in driving the success of HP’s print business.
Stephen’s career involves leading many of the new breakthrough initiatives in the business. As one of the early inkjet pioneers, Stephen was part of the team that developed and delivered HP’s first color inkjet printer. He was responsible for setting up the first HP inkjet manufacturing operation outside the U.S. Stephen led the team that delivered HP’s first off-axis Inkjet printer targeting the office market, and was responsible for the creation and scaling of the HP Graphics business. Most recently, his team developed and delivered HP’s PageWide strategy, taking Inkjet into new markets.
He holds a B.S. in mechanical engineering from the University of California, Santa Barbara, and an M.S. in electrical engineering from Stanford University.
Mr. Nigro will be on campus to accept the Melbert B. Cary Jr. Award, named in honor of Mr. Cary whose life-long love and support of the graphic arts inspired others. The College of Imaging Arts & Sciences School of Media Sciences presents this prestigious award to those who have driven the advancement of technology in graphic communications and related industries.