Conference program

Clotech September 5 – 8, 2022: Conference program

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5th of September 2022 (Monday)

18.30-21.00 Get together

6th of September 2022 (Tuesday)

10.00-10.20 Welcome, opening of conference

Iwona Frydrych

President of the Gdynia Cotton Association (GCA)

Jerzy Kotwas

Director of GCA

Katarzyna Grabowska

Dean of Faculty of Textile Technologies and Textile Design of Lodz University of Technology, Poland

10.20-10.40 Initial paper:

Jolanta Wąs-Gubała

Comparative study of single cotton fibers for forensic purposes

Institute of Forensic Research, Krakow, Poland

10.40-11.00 Coffee break

11.00-12.15 Session 1: Specialized clothing

Chair: Iwona Frydrych, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

11.00-11.15 Influence of polyester fabric with infrared emissive additives on cell metabolism

Peng Fei He, Veerakumar Arumugam, Aleksander Gora, Vitali Lipik

Nanyang Technological University, Singapore

11.15.-11.30 Testing for longevity in sports clothing

Lars Claussena(1), Alex Lloyda(1), Daniel Ruizb(2), George Havenith(1)

1. Environmental Ergonomics Research Centre, Loughborough University, Loughborough, UK
2. Adidas AG, Herzogenaurach, Germany

11.30-11.45 Consumer’s knowledge and acceptance of smart clothing

Andreja Rudolf, Zoran Stjepanovič, Monika Kuharič

University of Maribor, Slovenia

11.45-12.00 Clothing needs of adults with Down syndrome

Małgorzata Matusiak, Nina Kuryłło

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

12.00-12.15 Designing of casual wear for wheelchair users

Nataliya Sadretdinova(1), Sergii Bereznenko(1), Larysa Bilotska(1), Halina Szafrańska(2), Maria Pawlowa(2)

1.Kyiv National University of Technologies and Design, Ukraine,
2.Kazimierz Pulaski University of Technology and Humanities in Radom, Poland

12.15-13.30 Lunch

13.30-15.00 Session 2: Protective clothing

Chair: Grażyna Bartkowiak, CIOP-PIB, Poland

13.30-13.45 An Innovative Thermal Protective Clothing System for Firefighters

G. Santos(1), R. Marques (1), F. Marques(2), J. Ribeiro(2), A. Fonseca(3), J. M. Miranda(3), J. B. L. M. Campos(3) , S. F. Neves(3)

1.CITEVE - Technological Centre for the Textile and Clothing Industries of Portugal, V. N. Famalicão, Portugal,
2.CeNTI - Centre for Nanotechnology and Smart Materials, V. N. Famalicão, Portugal, 3CEFT, University of Porto, Portugal

13.45-14.00 Textile ballistic shields with embroidered structure

Maciej Gloger, Zbigniew Stempień, Justyna Pinkos

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

14.00-14.15 Protective Clothing Material for Police Forces – Molotovcoctail Protection

Rahel Krause, Justin Kühn, Thomas Gries

ITA of RWTH Aachen University, Germany

14.15-14.30 Possibilities for qualitative evaluation of the protective area of protective clothing

Dominik Muenks, Yordan Kyosev, Jasmin Pilgrim, Caroline Koenig

ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

14.30-14.45 Evaluation of the long-term performance of a thermoelectric personal cooling system in simulated utility conditions – a case study

Anna Dąbrowska(1), Monika Kobus(1), Łukasz Starzak(2), Bartosz Pękosławski(2)

1.Central Institute for Labour Protection‐National Research Institute, Poland,
2.Lodz University of Technology, Poland

14.45-15.00 Respiratory protective devices and medical face masks: requirements and test methods

Inga Dāboliņa, Eva Lapkovska

Riga Technical University, Latvia

15.00-15.30 Coffee Break

15.30-16.40 Poster Session

Chair: Dana Kremenakova, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

15.30-15.35 Electro-Conductive Weft-Knitted Structures for Heat Generation in Compression Supports

Ginta Laureckienė, Reazuddin Repon, Daiva Mikučionienė

Kaunas University of Technology, Lithuania

15.35-15.40 Development of PDMS/copper-coated graphite elastomer for strain sensors application

Yuanfeng Wang, Mohanapriya Venkataraman, Kai Yang, Qingyan Peng, Shi Hu, Jiri Militky

Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

15.40-15.45 EMI shielding effectiveness simulation of EMI protection clothing made from metal coated woven fabric

Shi Hu(1), Dan Wang(1), Yordan Kyosev(2), Dana Kremenakova(1)

1.Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic,
2.Technical University of Dresden, Germany

15.45-15.50 Application of the magnetron sputtering method to produce a composite used in a hot work environment

Pamela Miśkiewicz, Iwona Frydrych, Agnieszka Cichocka, Marcin Makówka

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

15.50-15.55 The influence the total volume of air gaps under clothing on the total thermal insulation - pilot study

Magdalena Młynarczyk, Joanna Orysiak, Jarosław Jankowski

Central Institution for Labour Protection (CIOP) – National Research Institute, Warsaw, Poland

15.55-16.00 Moisture transport in cotton woven fabrics of different weaves and linear density of weft yarn

Dominika Kamińska, Małgorzata Matusiak

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

16.00-16.05 The impact of gloves on hands and fingers temperature – case study

Jaoanna Orysiak(1), Magdalena Młynarczyk(1), Emilia Irzmańska(2), Piotr Prus(1), Elżbieta Łastowiecka-Moras(1)

1.Central Institution for Labour Protection – National Research Institute, Warsaw,
2.Central Institution for Labour Protection – National Research Institute, Lodz, Poland

16.05-16.10 Expanded Graphite/PVDF Microporous Films for Electrostatic Dissipation Applications

Qingyan Peng, Xiaodong Tan, Mohanapriya Venkataraman, Jiri Militk

Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

16.10-16.15 CAD in the development of technology of a fashion mini- collection based on selected clothing construction base

Katarzyna Świderska, Agnieszka Cichocka

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

16.15-16.20 Analysis of geometric structure of woven fabrics surface

Gabriela Kosiuk, Małgorzata Matusiak

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

16.20-16.25 The effect of combining clothing fabrics on the bending rigidity and multi-directional drape

Michał Stępień, Iwona Frydrych

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

16.25-16.30 Preparation and characterization of cellulose based foam

Xiaodong Tan(1), Qingyan Peng(1), Tereza Subrova(1), Jana Saskova(1), Jakub Wiener(1), Mohanapriya Venkataraman(1), Jiri Militky(1), Arunjunai Raj Mahendran(2), Herfried Lammer(2)

1.Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
2.Wood K Plus- Competence Center for Wood Composites and Wood Chemistry, Linz, Austria

16.30-16.35 Effect of Automatic nesting on the usage of fabric in women shirt pattern (case study Gemini and Gerber software

Siamak Nazemi

Islamic Azad University of South Tehran, Iran

16.35-16.40 Comparison of textile ECG electrodes for sensory cloths

Khorolsuren Tuvshinbayar(1), Guido Ehrmann(2), Andrea Ehrmann(1)

1.Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany,
2.Virtual Institute of Applied Research on Advanced Materials (VIARAM)

7th of September 2022 (Wednesday)

09.15-11.00 Session 3: Innovative Textiles

Chair: Malgorzata Matusiak, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

09.15-09.30 Hybrid system of line lighting for road safety clothing

Dana Křemenáková, Jiří Militký, Jana Šašková, Xiuling Zhang

Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

09.30-09.45 Visual temperature-regulating fabric

Kai Yang(1), Xiuling Zhang(1), Mohanapriya Venkataraman(1), Lenka Martinkova(2), Ondra Ctibor(2), Jakub Wiener(1), Guoqing Zhang(3), Guocheng Zhu(3), Juming Yao(4), Jiri Militky(1)

1.Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
2.Vecernik s.r.o Alsovice, Czech Republic
3.Zhejiang Sci-tech University, China
4.Ningbo University, China

09.45-10.00 Effect of twist on ultrafine side-emitting polymer optical fiber-based bundles

Xiuling Zhang, Kai Yang, Dana Kremenakova, Jiri Militky

Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

10.00-10.15 Bast fibre based cosmeto-textiles

Małgorzata Zimniewska(1), Barbara Romanowska(1), Katarzyna Schmidt-Przewoźna(1), Mariola Powlaczyk(2)

1.Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants - National Research Institute, Poznan, Poland,
2.Poznan University of Medicinal Sciences, Poland

10.15-10.30 Presenting possibilities for non-toxic textile flame retardants

Rahel Krause(1), Isa Bettermann(1), Roshan Paul(1), Thomas Gries(1), Maximilian Nöth(2), Ulrich Schwaneberg(2), Claus Hummelsheim(3)

1.Institut für Textiltechnik of RWTH Aachen University, Germany
2.Lehrstuhl für Biotechnologie of RWTH Aachen University, Germany
3.Klevers GmbH & Co. Kg, Germany

10.30-10.45 Silver-plated stretchable elastomeric electrodes for electrotheraphy applications

Azam Ali(1), Mariyam Sattar(2), Mohanapriya Venkataraman(1), Jiri Militky(1)

1.Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic,
2.Institute of Space Technology, Islamabad, Pakistan

10.45-11.00 Antibacterial activity of ZnO nanorods coated cotton fabrics

Muhammad Zaman Khan(1), Jiri Militky(1), Dana Křemenáková(1), Michal Petru(2)

1.Faculty of Textile Engineering, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic
2.Institute for Nanomaterials, Advanced Technologies and Innovation (CXI), Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

11.00-11.30 Coffee Break

11.30-12.15 Session 4: Comfort

Chair: Malgorzata Zimniewska, Institute of Natural Fibres and Medicinal Plants - National Research Institute, Poznan, Poland,

11.30-11.45 The comfort related properties of the EMI shielding clothing material with anti-wash treatment

Dan Wang(1), Shi Hu(1), Yordan Kyosev(2), Dana Kremenakova(1)

1.Technical university of Liberec, Czech Republic
2.ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

11.45-12.00 Liquid moisture transport in knitted fabrics in a relaxed and stretched state

Otgonsuren Sukhbat, Małgorzata Matusiak

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

12.00-12.15 The analysis of clothing microclimate conditions for lower body part workwear dedicated for motor impaired employees

Izabela Jasińska, Katarzyna Śledzińska, Violeta Jarzyna, Lidia Napieralska, Ewa Witczak

Lukasiewicz Research Network -Textile Research Institute, Poland

12.15-13.30 Lunch

13.30-15.00 Session 5: Scanning & modelling

Chair: Jiri Militky, Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

13.30-13.45 The automatic analysis of high speed (4D) body scanning data of clothed humans -results and challenges

Yordan Kyosev, Tino Kühn, Ann-Malin Schmidt

ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

13.45-14.00 Method of flattening of a surface of three-dimentional body for knitting and computing of knittable paths

Franz Dietrich(1), Max Eschenbach(2)

1.Karl Mayer Stoll Textilmaschinenfabric GmbH, Germany
2.BU STOLL, Germany

14.00-14.15 Yarn level simulation of warp-knitted clothing elements - first results and challenges

Haisang Liu(1,2), Yordan Kyosev(1), Gaoming Jiang(2)

1.ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany
2.Jiangnan University, China

14.15-14.30 3D printing reinforcement on gloves for wheelchair users

Slavica Bogović, Marija Magdalena Turcin

University of Zagreb, Croatia

14.30-14.45 Parametric modeling of shoe soles according to plantar pressure maps

Tatjana Spahiu(1), Yordan Kyosev(2), Henrique Almeida(3), Sarghie Bogdan(4), Panagiotis Kyratsis(5)

1.Polytechnic University of Tirana, Albania
2.ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany
3.Polytechnic Institute of Leiria, Portugal
4."Gheorghe Asachi" Technical University of Iasi, Rumania
5.University of Western Macedonia, Greece

14.45-15.00 Evaluation and optimization of textile ultrasonic welding by using transient numerical thermal analysis

Kyosev Yordan, Reich Alexander

ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

18.00-22.00 Dinner

8th of September 2022 (Thursday)

09.15-10.30 Session 6: Clothing technology (Fit)

Chair: Agnieszka Cichocka, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

09.15-09.30 3D garment fit on solid and soft digital avatars-preliminary study

Elena Alida Brake(1), Yordan Kyosev(2), Katerina Rose(1)

1.Reutlingen Research Institute, Germany,
2.ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

09.30-09.45 Evaluation of garment simulation within an analytical fit test

Christian Pirch, Flora Zangue, Anke Klepser

Hohenstein Digital Fitting Lab, Germany

09.45-10.00 Understanding the applications for 3D body processing “Fit analysis” tools as part of driving sustainability

Randy Rannow(1), Emma Scott(2), Carol McDonald(3)

1.Silverdraft Supercomputing, Boise, ID USA
2.Fashion Should Empower Research Group, Vancouver Island, BC CA
3.Gneiss Concept, Washougal WA, USA

10.00-10.15 The importance of the accurate representation of 3D models for the apparel industry

Monika Balach, Agnieszka Cichocka, Iwona Frydrych

Lodz University of Technology, Poland

10.15-10.30 Trends in technology transformation for textile industry and example for its implementation

Olga Paraska(1), Bartosz Bartkowiak(2), Tomasz Klorek(2), Tomasz Buratowski(3), Lubos Hes(4)

1.Khmelnytskyi National University, Ukraine
2.VISBROKER Sp. z o.o., Poland
3.AGH University of Science and Technology, Krakow, Poland
4.Technical University of Liberec, Czech Republic

10.30-11.00 Coffee Break

11.00-12.45 Session 7: Sustainability & Fashion

Chair: Yordan Kyosev, ITM Technical University of Dresden, Germany

11.00-11.15 Sustainable collection development towards greener future: Earthkeepers

Tayfun Güven(1), Bahar Akarsu(1), Eray Sudaşdemir(1), Elçin Emekdar(2), Umut Kıvanç Şahin(2), Senem Kursun Bahadır(2),

1.Gelişim Textile, Turkey,
2.Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

11.15-11.30 Upcycling in the design of artistic fabrics and clothing as one of the activities in sustainable fashion

Monika Bogusławska(1), Justyna Szymczyk(2)

1.University of Technology in Katowice, Poland
2.University of Economics in Katowice, Poland

11.30-11.45 Composites of oyster mushrooms and textiles for clothing application

Al Mamun, Dato Kapanadze, Lilia Sabantina

Bielefeld University of Applied Sciences, Germany

11.45-12.00 An innovative ERP Integrated software with secure and remote access role for ready-to-wear collections: Aster design depot visual studio

Volkan Şen(1), Zümrüt Tümer(1), Umut Kıvanç Şahin(2), Senem Kursun Bahadır(2), Hatice Açıkgöz Tufan

1.Aster Textile, Istambul, Turkey
2.Istanbul Technical University, Turkey

12.00-12.15 Identifying and ranking new product factors of fashion industry (case study Iranian Menswear Brand

Siamak Nazemi

Islamic Azad University Of South Tehran, Iran

12.15-12.30 Digital transformation of the apparel industry -identification of the best practice approach for successful digitization

Robert Nafz

TU Dresden, Germany

12.30-12.45 Development of a resource-saving and service oriented shopping experience

Michael Ernst, Antje Christophersen

Niederrhein University of Applied Sciences, Germany

12.45-13.00 Closing Conference:

Iwona Frydrych, Lodz University of Technology, Poland

13.00 Lunch

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