3RD INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE ON
NANOTECHNOLOGY AND SMART TEXTILES
FOR INDUSTRY, HEALTHCARE AND FASHION
As the textiles industry matures, the development of new and smart textiles with novel functionality, and also new environmentally clean processing technologies will be critical. Such functionality can be brought about by nanotechnology and also by adding other smart innovations. There is enormous opportunity here and industry and fashion alike should be searching for ideas and opportunities to capture.
The Institute of Nanotechnology’s ‘3rd International conference on Nanotechnology and Smart Textiles for Industry, Healthcare and Fashion’ provides a venue and breeding ground for industry development personnel and university and other research personnel to get together to both present new ideas, learn what the industry wants and to make linkages.
The IoN’s forthcoming textiles conference should be seen by the industry as the key international venue where new ideas and developments are presented and industry challenges are tabled. It should indeed be regarded as the venue for bringing together new science and technologies into the industry arena.
- To raise awareness of the potential for advanced technologies and the opportunities they present for the future success of the textile industry
- To showcase novel textile technologies
- To consider the implications of advances in technology on maintaining the competitiveness of the industrial, healthcare and fashion textile industries
- To bring together a multi-disciplinary delegation, to encourage discussion and advance collaborative opportunities
This Conference offers you:
- The opportunity to learn about new developments affecting the textile industry
- Presentations from research and industry experts, to expand your knowledge of the latest developments in textile technologies
- The opportunity to meet, advise and influence representatives of a range of textile organizations, from across the value chain.
Who should attend?
This unique conference is aimed at manufacturers of clothing and fabrics, designers and retailers. However it will also be highly relevant for new product developers, R & D initiatives, business development departments and academic researchers.
For further information contact Gemma McCulloch, firstname.lastname@example.org