by the Technical Textiles Special Interest Group and the Manchester and
Cheshire section of The Textile Institute, the Managing Innovation in
Textiles conference will look at the changes happening in the output,
structure and technology of the textiles industry, covering all aspects
of fibres, yarns, fabrics, machinery and manufacturing processing
techniques”.The conference will feature 30 international
speakers, including Julian Ellis OBE, CText FTI, Ellis Developments in
the UK, who will describe his experience in managing collaborative
research and development in surgical implants and composites, and
Bansal Swarna from the Institut for Textil und Verfahrenstechnik (ITV)
in Germany, who will discuss the market for voluminous nonwovens in
automotive applications ..Other speakers include Juergen Hanel
from Coatema in Germany, Duncan Ross, AVA CAD/CAM UK; Fazil S Khan,
Wool Yarns Ltd, New Zealand; Dr Gwari Williams Bako, Department of
Industrial Design, Ahmadu Bello University, Nigeria; and Prof Kamal
Kanti Goswami CText FTI, Indian Institute of Carpet Technology, India ..Organisers
said the conference aims to bring together textile scientists,
engineers, fibre-yarn and fabric manufacturers, and others interested
in recent innovations and their applications in all areas of technical
and industrial textiles ..The Textile Institute celebrates its
100th anniversary this year, with a series of special events planned
through the year, culminating in the institute’s Centenrary Conference
taking place in Manchester in November, immediately followed by the
Parliamentary Lunch at the Houses of Parliament in London..The Managing Innovation in Textiles conference will be held in Manchester, UK, from June.10-11 .


Source:The International News