Session 1: Functional clothing (08.09.2020)

Session 2: 3D printing on textiles (09.09.2020)

Session 3: Smart clothing and sustainabilty (09.09.2020)

Session 4: Automation and quality (10.09.2020)

Session 5: 3D product development and body scanning (10.09.2020)

Session 6: Thermophysilogical and wearing comfort (11.09.2020)

This preliminary program is supplied without warranty and may be subject to change until the beginning of the conference.
All times refer to the time zone GMT+1 – Berlin, Dresden, Germany.

Each presentation slot is 15 mins,
whereas presentations with an asterisk * are expected to be shorter (approx. 6 mins).

Monday, September 7th 2020

Technology check

09.00 – 11:00 Technology check for speakers and virtual meeting
13:00 – 14:00 Technology check for all participants (optional)


Tuesday, September 8th 2020

09:00 Opening Ceremony

  1. Welcome Address by Local Organizers
    Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  2. 13th Joint International Clotech Conference – Traditions
    Ywona Frydrych
    Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland

09:30 – 12:00 Session 1: Functional clothing

CHAIRS: Ywona Frydrych and Yordan Kyosev

  1. Haptic virtualisation of surfaces: Feeling textiles on your phone (Invited presentation)
    Tung Le, Dr. Annerose Braune, Christopher Martin
    Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Institute of Automation, TU Dresden, Germany
  2. Innovative clothing system for protection against perforation
    Gilda Santos

    CITEVE – Technological Centre for the Textile and Clothing Industries of Portugal, Portugal
  3. Protective clothing for mountain rescuers with the function of active heating – testing and evaluation of heating inserts
    Grażyna Bartkowiak, Sylwia Krzemińska, Anna Dąbrowska, Agnieszka Greszta, Rafał Kotas, Bartosz Małachowski
    Central Institute for Labour Protection – National Research Institute, Poland
  4. Textile-based compression therapy: Current perspectives and challenges
    Nimesh Kankariya, Raechel M. Laing, Cheryl A. Wilson
    University of Otago, Dunedin (New Zealand)
  5. Development of a hybrid textile material for cardiovascular applications
    Maleke Zidi
    National Engineering School of Monastir (ENIM), Tunisia
  6. Development and conception of a 3D fabric for urinary incontinence
    Hadji Khaoula
    National Engineering School of Monastir (ENIM), Tunisia
  7. Study of the antimicrobial properties of functionalized leather and cotton fabric used for safety shoes insoles*
    Houda Ben Rayana Toumi
    National Engineering School of Monastir (ENIM), Tunisia
  8. Membrane materials from polyethyrurethane solutions for clothes and shoes
    Elena Bokova, Grigory Kovalenko, Maria Pawłowa, Ivan Filatov
    Kosygin State University, Russia
  9. Novel testing method for hold up stockings with optimized contact surface
    Serge Lang
    Hohenstein Institut für Textilinnovation gGmbH, Germany
  10. Application of the magnetron sputtering method to produce a basalt composite to improve its protective properties
    Pamela Miśkiewicz, Iwona Frydrych, Marcin Makówka, Agnieszka Cichocka
    Faculty of Material Technologies and Textile Design, Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland
  11. Functionalization of medical textiles*
    Natalija Sadretdinova 1, Sergey Bereznenko 1, Larisa Bilotska 1, Maria Pawłowa 2, Halina Szafrańska 2, Vitalii Bakal 3, Natalia Bereznenko 3
    1 Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine
    2 Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland
    3 State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Ukraine
  12. Improvement of the adhesive strength of adhesion bonds of textile products for the increasement of the efficiency of criminalistic support of law enforcement activities*
    Maryna Yatsenko 1, Sergey Bereznenko 1, Maria Pawłowa 2, Olena Nenia 3, Nataliia Vashchuk 3
    1 Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine
    2 Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland
    3 State Research Institute of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Ukraine, Ukraine
  13. Investigation of the potential use of chitosan-Laurus nobilis emulsions for the development of antibacterial non-absorbable medical devices
    Nesrine Bhouri
    National Engineering School of Monastir (ENIM), Tunisia

Wednesday, September 9th 2020

09:30 – 11:30 Session 2: 3D printing on textiles

CHAIRS: Andrea Ehrmann and Dustin Ahrendt

  1. Structural compressibility in 3D printed abrasion protection structures
    Sarah Lysann Zedler
    Sächsisches Textilforschungsinstitut e.V., Germany
  2. SLA printing on textile fabrics
    Timo Grothe
    Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  3. Stab Resistance of Additive Manufactured Plates with filament reinforcement
    Dereje Berihun Sitotaw 1, Dustin Ahrendt 2, Yordan Kyosev 2
    1 Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology, Bahir Dar University, Ethiopia
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  4. The influence of thermal after-treatment on the adhesion of 3D prints on textile fabrics
    Daniel Görmer, Jannik Störmer, Andrea Ehrmann
    Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  5. Parametric design and FEM Simulation of hybrid auxetic materials for functional clothing
    Henry Herrmann, Arturo Romero Karam, Yordan Kyosev
    Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  6. The usage of 3D printing as an innovative joining technology for functional orthopaedic devices
    Dustin Ahrendt, Arturo Romero Karam, Sybille Krzywinski
    Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

14:00 – 16:00 Session 3: Smart clothing and sustainabilty

CHAIR: Arturo Romero Karam

  1. TEXTILE-CIRCUIT the opportunity of integrating functionality into a textile product
    Sophia Krinner
    , Michael Kieren
    KARL MAYER R&D GmbH, Germany
  2. Textile electrospun solar cells
    Marius Dotter, Jan Lukas Storck, Christian Hellert
    Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  3. Modeling of electro-conductive properties of woven structure based on mixing model
    Magdalena Tokarska
    Intitute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland
  4. Textile bioimpedance electrodes
    Judith Tabea Meding, Khorulsuren Tuvshinbayar
    Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  5. Differentiation of regenerated cellulose fibres appearing in clothing available on the market
    Jolanta Was-Gubala
    Institute of Forensic Research in Krakow, Poland
  6. Sustainability of smart textiles
    Fabian Schoden
    Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany
  7. FairQuer – Sustainability in Textiles
    Nadine Bullerdiek (Studentin)
    Hochschule Niederrhein, Germany
  8. T-Crepe – platform for co-creation in education and industry. Games for education in smart clothing and sustainability
    Irene Haentjens
    Faculty of Engineering and Architecture, Department of Industrial Systems Engineering and Product Design (EA18) Design Nexus research group @ Industrial Design Center, Ghent University, Belgium
  9. A matrix of knitted conductive yarns for communicative clothes
    Bessem Kordoghli 1, 2 , Faten Debbabi 1, 3, Walid Chaouch 1, 2
    1 Textile Engineering laboratory (LGTex), Monastir University, Tunisia
    2 Higher Institute of Technological Studies of Ksar Hellal (ISET-KH)
    3 National School of Engineers of Monastir (ENIM)

Thursday, September 10th 2020

09:00 – 11:30 Session 4: Automation and quality

CHAIR: Yordan Kyosev

  1. The emtec TSA Tactile Sensation Analyzer – objective measurement of softness, roughness and stiffness, the three basic haptic parameters
    Alexander Grüner
    emtec Electronic, Germany
  2. Automation solutions for the sewing industry
    Timo Fischer
    Fischer Automation GmbH, Köditz, Germany
  3. Effect of Ultrasonic Welding Process Parameters on Peel Strength of Flexible Laminated Textile Structure
    Muktar Seid Hussen 1, Kathrin Pietsch 2, Yordan Kyosev 2, Stefan Rothe 2
    1 Bahir Dar University, Ethiopian Institute of Textile and Fashion Technology
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  4. Investigation of the possibilities for application of ultrasonic analysis for inline inspection of welded seams
    Asnafi Sepehr 1, Thomas Herzog 1, Kathrin Pietsch 2, Yordan Kyosev 2, Stefan Rothe 2
    1 Fraunhofer IKTS, Germany
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  5. Climate conditions for the transport of textiles in a standard container
    Marcel Beiß 1, Markus Muschkiet 1, Yordan Kyosev 2
    1 Center Textile Logistics (CTL) at the Fraunhofer IML and the Hochschule Niederrhein, Germany
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  6. Approximation of a function describing a quality criterion of the thermo-mechanical fusible interfacing process
    Snezhina Andonova 1, Silvia Baeva 2
    1 Faculty of Engineering, South-West University “Neofit Rilski”, Bulgaria
    2 Faculty of Applied Mathematics and Informatics, Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria
  7. Exploring weft grey knit fabric defects based on their presence and quality impact: A case study*
    A. K. M. Mobarok Hossain, Md. Imranul Islam
    Fashion Institute of Technology, USA
  8. Knowledge alliance of textiles and clothing improving engineers information and communication technique  and entrepreneurship skills
    Diana Germanova-Krasteva
    Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

14:00 – 17:30 Session 5: 3D product development and body scanning

CHAIR: Sybille Krzywinski

  1. New high speed 4D body scanner MOVE4D. Applications in clothing research
    Juan Carlos González, Eduardo Parrilla, David Garrido, Sandra Alemany
    Instituto de Biomecánica de Valencia (IBV), Universitat Politècnica de València, Spain
  2. Efficient Virtual Garment Fit Evaluation Infrastructure based on Synthetic Avatar Target Customer Groups for MtM Application
    Michael Ernst 1, Antje Christophersen 1, Monika Boehm 1, Ulrich Botzenhardt 2
    1 Hochschule Niederrhein, Germany
    2 Avalution GmbH, Germany
  3. 4D scanning – The dynamic view on body measurements
    Anke Klepser, Simone Morlock
    Hohenstein Institut für Textilinnovation gGmbH, Germany
  4. Investigation of usability and measurement accuracy of 3D body scanning mobile applications
    Ekaterina Strunevich, Ute Detering-Koll, Bastian Quattelbaum
    Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology, Hochschule Niederrhein, Germany
  5. Human body modelling for functional clothing
    Doudou Zhang, Sybille Krzywinski
    Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  6. Selected dynamic anthropometrics and body posture characteristics for garment fit
    Inga Dabolina
    Riga Technical University, Latvia
  7. Are you optimizing the digital tools?
    Ram Sareen
    Tukatech Inc., USA
  8. Design workflow for virtual design of clothing for pregnant women*
    Katarzyna Cieśla 1, Iwona Frydrych 1, Sybille Krzywinski 2, Yordan Kyosev 2
    1 Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  9. Impact of fabric parameters and properties on a 2D cutting and stitching line
    Magdalena Owczarek
    Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland

Friday, September 11th 2020

09:30-11:30 Session 6: Thermophysiological and wearing comfort

CHAIR: Yordan Kyosev

  1. Testing the car seat’s comfort
    Adnan Mazari
    Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
  2. Objective Assessment of the Cooling Function of Textile Products based on the Combination of WATson and Human Perception
    Edith Classen
    Hohenstein Institut für Textilinnovation gGmbH, Germany
  3. Characterization of the thermophysiological comfort of duvets in consideration of the bed cave
    Bianca-Michaela Wölfling
    Hohenstein Institut für Textilinnovation gGmbH, Germany
  4. Analysis of the comfort of wearing protective clothing on the example of foundry clothing
    Agnieszka Cichocka, Iwona Frydrych
    Institute of Architecture of Textiles, Łódź University of Technology, Poland
  5. Prediction of thermophysiological parameters of the human body for different fits of jackets
    Muhammad Awais, Sybille Krzywinski
    Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany
  6. Impact of Material Composition on Liquid Transport Properties of Functional Underwears
    Sajid Hussain 1, Viera Glombikova 1, Yordan Kyosev 2, Antonin Havelka 1
    1 Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
    2 Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology, Technische Universität Dresden, Germany

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