Predavanje prof. dr. sc. Vladan Končar "Smart textiles and their applications" 26.08.2021.
u okviru projekta Internacionalizacija doktorskog studija Tekstilna znanost i tehnologija prof. dr. sc. Vladan Končar sa GEMTEX Laboratory, ENSAIT Roubaix, France, održati će predavanje pod naslovom Smart textiles and their applications. Predavanje će se održati u četvrtak, 26.8.2021., od 17:00 – 19:00 sati preko MS Teams platforme i uživo u A-301. Nastavak predavanja biti će 27.8.2021. od 9:00 - 10:00 sati preko iste poveznice.
Smart and E-textiles play a significant role as well in the European textile sector and assist the textile industry in its transformation into a competitive knowledge-driven industry. Numerous materials and systems are available together with devices for sensing and actuation, but they are not compatible with textile substrates or with the textile production processes. They could be transformed into a textile-compatible structure or even in a full textile structure.
Smart textiles can be defined as textiles that can sense and respond to changes in their environment.
They can detect different signals from the environment (temperature, light intensity, pollution…), to decide how to react, and finally to act using various textile-based, flexible, or miniaturized actuators (textile displays, micro vibrating devices, LED, OLED…). The “decision” can be taken locally in case of embedded electronic devices (textile electronics) to smart textile structures or remotely in case the smart textile is wirelessly connected to clouds containing database, servers with artificial intelligence software, etc. and may be a part of the Internet of Things (IoT) concept.
This keynote focusses on the latest research project results within the GEMTEX laboratory smart and E-textiles research team given below:
- PHOS ISTOS, FP7 EU Project in the field of light-emitting textiles structures used for a Photo Dynamic Therapy of skin cancer in its initial phase;
- @HEALTH, B2B project, concerning ECG monitoring in real-time, with the system embedded into underwear aiming at the development of the predictive medicine concept;
- CONTEXT, ANR, French collaborative scientific project, in the area of textile metamaterials for energy harvesting and data transfer, using high and low frequency (2,4 GHz and NFC frequency 13,56 MHz) textile antennas; and
- LITEVA, FUI, French industrial project dealing with the new generation of autonomous vehicle dashboards.
- Petit Bateau company project on dealing with the children Enuresis
- Standards establishment for E-textiles (report on the activities of D-75a-EU E-Textiles Wearables Standard Task Group in Europe, chairman V. Koncar)
Keywords: E-textiles, new technologies, medical area, collaboration with the industry
Short Biography: Vladan Koncar is a Distinguished Professor (Classe exceptionelle) at ENSAIT (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Industries Textiles) textile engineering institute in Roubaix, France – at University of Lille. He obtained his Ph.D. in 1991 at the University of Lille 1 in Villeneuve d’Ascq.
From November 2009 to November 2015 he was Head of Research at ENSAIT and Director of GEMTEX research laboratory. Professor Koncar was AUTEX (Association of Universities for Textiles, www.autex.org) President from June 2007 to June 2010.
Professor Koncar has also been Deputy Director of ENSAIT from 2005 to 2007 and Director of International Relations from 2007 to 2009. He still serves as an elected member of the ENSAIT Governing Board.
He has been promoted to Doctor Honoris Causa of the University of Iasi, Romania in January 2010.
Professor Koncar is the Scientific coordinator and Coordinator of LargeScale EU Integrated Projects in FP7 and Horizon 2020 and Coordinator of National (French) research projects
He served as a Chairman of 9 International Scientific Conferences and is a member of numerous Editorials Boards of Scientific Journals.
Professor Koncar is the author of more than 300 scientific articles (ISI Web of science referred, book chapters, books, conference proceedings, and patents). His research interests cover the area of flexible textile sensors and actuators, smart textile structures, and modeling and control of complex systems. He teaches in the area of Automation, Computer Networks, Virtual Reality, and Smart textiles.
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