DRESDEN, Germany, November 23, 2016 /PRNewswire/ --
- Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference 2016 to be held November 24 & 25 at the International Congress Center Dresden.
- Dresden Carbon Researcher nominated for Federal President's German Future Prize 2016 - winner to be announced November 30.
- High-tech Cluster HP-Fiber-Structures and Research Center Carbon Fibers Saxony (RCCF) - Unique High-Performance fibers for mass applications.
Unique high-tech textiles set trends for innovation in numerous application areas, and on November 24 and 25, about 650 materials experts from 27 countries will attend the Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference 2016 at the International Congress Center Dresden. These experts will be exchanging their newest research findings and applications. Key topics will be fiber composites, polymer materials, and the functionalization of textile structures for fiber composites, protective textiles, and the sector's current mega trends. The event will also focus on sustainability and recyclability. This year's partner countries are Austria and Switzerland; and the host city for this important European textile conference is Dresden, which is Germany's center for lightweight engineering and one of the leading German locations for new materials.
"Concerning technical textiles, Germany holds the top position in Europe and world-wide with 13 billion Euro in annual sales," Chokri Cherif, Director of the Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (ITM) at TU Dresden says. "We need to make use of this competitive advantage. The Aachen-Dresden-Denkendorf International Textile Conference, which we host with the German Centers for Technical Textiles Dresden, Aachen and Denkendorf, intensifies the exchange of technological expertise, experience, and unique ideas among companies, research institutes and universities."
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