Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference 2021 takes place digitally

The Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference will be held on 9.-10.11.2021 as a digital event this year.

The deadline for submissions of oral presentations is therefore extended until May 17, 2021.

Further details will follow.

Starting 2019: Four parallel sessions – with a special focus on industrial topics

Platform and most important meeting ground for exchange between executive management, experts & young professionals from industry and science

Aachen, Dresden und Denkendorf forming the 'textile triangle' of the future– creating textile future together

Partner Country 2020: Portugal and Spain

Boasting over 650 participants at three conference locations, the Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference is among one of the most renowned textile conferences in Europe. Based on the positive feedback, the organizers in long-standing support with the advisory board have decided to extend the textile conference to four parallel expert sessions. This increase in sessions will be realized in valuable cooperation with:

Forschungs­kuratorium Textil e. V., Berlin
Gesamtverband der deutschen Textil- und Modeindustrie e. V., Berlin
VDMA, Textile Machinery Association, Frankfurt/Main

Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference 2021

Stuttgart: November 9-10, 2021

with plenary and keynote sessions and special symposia on

 

Textile mechanical engineering ideas – quo vadis?

  • Flexibilization towards lot size 1 and small series
  • Industry 4.0
  • New products through machine innovations
  • Resource and energy efficiency

Opportunities with new materials: High-performance fibers and fiber composites

  • Carbon fibers, ceramic fibers, bio-based fibers
  • Fiber modifications, secondary spinning, recycling strategies, process technologies
  • Shaped fiber compounds, polymer matrix materials
  • Insight into new advanced materials – simulation and testing systems

Competitive advantages and sustainability: Functionalization, new finishings

  • Sustainable coating and finishing chemicals
  • Coating, laminating
  • Environment-friendly processes
  • Textile printing

New challenges: Medical textiles / medical technologies

  • Sensory and actuatory medical devices
  • Personalized medicine
  • New biomaterials, drug delivery
  • Resorbable polymeric implants for the support of regenerative processes

New applications, new markets

  • Textile building, architecture
  • Mobility
  • Energy
  • Environment

Transfer Session ”From Idea to Practice“

  • Presentation of innovations (e.g. products, technologies, processes) transferred into the industry from research co-operations, especially by IGF/ZIM