CIRAT is a scientific meeting organized by the Textile Engineering Laboratory every two years. This conference provides an international open forum for researchers from academic and industrial fields to present their original work and exchange ideas and information.
CIRAT will bring worldwide researchers and practitioners to share and discuss the latest scientific concepts and technological developments in textile. It also intends to promote sharing ideas and emerging technologies, as well as to foster research and development collaborations amongst academia, research institutions & relevant industries.
The main objective of this international event is to promote innovation and creativity among researchers working in the Textile research and development.
Topics of CIRAT-8
- Fibers and polymers
- Smart textiles
- Medical and healthcare textiles
- Composite materials
- Textile dyeing and finishing
- Digital printing
- Protective textiles
- Sustainability in textile
- Clothing technologies and engineering
- Textiles manufacturing: spinning, weaving, knitting, non-woven
- Technical & functional textiles
- Nanotechnology in textile
- Fashion and design in textile
- Textile management
- Comfort and well being
- Valorisation and waste management
The eighth edition of CIRAT includes
- Plenary conferences
- Oral communications
Who should attend?
People from the whole spectrum of the textile, engineering and fashion industry: people involved in fibre production, polymer manufacturing, fibre supply, textile manufacturing and processing, textile and clothing machinery industry, garment manufacturing, end-users from all fields of textile application, design, retail, marketing, academia and students.
The best papers will be published in IJARTex journal (International Journal of Applied Research on Textile http://atctex.org/ijartex/). Moreover prize from ATCTex will be given to the best oral communication (paper & presentation) and the best poster presentation
To submit your paper, please make the registration and activate your account through email.
Download the Call for Papers Brochure.
The papers should be prepared according to the instructions downloaded from the file Paper_Format (Max 4 pages, 2 MB).
The posters have no predefined format, but dimensions may not exceed 1016mm x 762mm / 40″ x 30″.