ITMC 2022 will take place at the Bibliothèque et Archives nationales du Québec (BAnQ) in Montreal from September 19 to 21, 2022. The purpose of the conference is to explore new ideas, effective solutions and collaborative partnerships for business growth by catalyzing the creation of a beneficial synergy between designers, manufacturers, suppliers, students and end users of all sectors and make full use of this potential.
The conference targets guests from various branches and disciplines related to the textile industry. Its interdisciplinary approach is the key to maximizing the potential and development of textile materials and tools for various applications. More than 130 international specialists are expected.
Main topics include Composites and Textile Reinforcement, Sustainable Production and Ecotextiles, Smart and Functional Textiles, Nanotechnology and Advanced Technical Textiles, Comfort and Protective Textiles, Medical Textiles, Digital Tools and Mass Customization.
Keynote speakers include Omar Cherkaoui, ESITH: How ESITH Was Able To Support The Operators Of The Moroccan Textile Sector During The Covid-19 Crisis; Tracy Toulouse, TT: The Impact And Legacy Of Our Clothing Is To Identify Us As A Nation; Prof. Raul Fangueiro, University of Minho: Fiber-Based Materials: From Nano To Macro Scale; Pierre-Alexandre Fournier, Exoskin: The Role Of Smart Textiles In The Future Of Health; KyoungOk Kim, Shinshu University: Patternmaking For Attractive Clothing For Mass Customization; Marie O’Mahony, Consultant, Royal College of Art (RCA): Smart Materials And Systems: Has Embracing Uncertainty Become Vital To Commercialization?; Xianyi Zeng, Ensait: Intelligent Garments For Online Monitoring Of Human Health And Well-Being; Corinne Farace, Techtera: The Collaborative Approach: A Major Stake In Meeting The Challenges Of Tomorrow Moreover, Discover The Prototypes That Will Guide The Future Of Textiles.
EARLY BIRDS deadline to register is June 15th – https://www.itmc2022.com/registration Information: firstname.lastname@example.org
CTT Group (College Technology Transfer Centre at Cégep de Saint-Hyacinthe, Québec, Canada) is a non-profit organization specializing in applied research, development and analysis in the field of technical textiles, geosynthetics and advanced textile-based materials. It is also more than 50 scientists, technicians and engineers working in seven areas of research.