She is an associate professor in the Department of Human and Consumer Sciences at Ohio University, US. Her research interests include cool product perception, luxury marketing, consumer behavior in multichannel retailing, online shopping behavior of diverse consumer segments, and work-related well-being in retail industries using various statistical procedures for qualitative and quantitative research designs and marketing model development.
Sustainable Consumption; Apparel Merchandising; Promotional Strategy; Global outsourcing in textile and apparel industries; Well-being in Retailing; Consumer Behaviors in Multi/Omni channel Shopping Environment; Online Shopping Behaviors of Diverse Consumer Segments; Wearable Technology
Using traditional textile techniques for innovative textile sensors development, Using traditional textile techniques for innovative textile sensors development, Silk and computational design thinking for prototype, Wearable technology, brainwave sensor and pulse sensor, Smart Textile Salon exhibition
He was a Research Scientist and Project Leader at the CSIRO and participated in various projects relating to modelling and analysing the mechanical behaviour of materials. He has gained wide experience in developing mechanical, material engineering and Carbon Nano-tube research proposals, which were funded internally and externally, in conjunction with the CSIRO, University of Texas at Dallas (USA), University of Sydney (Australia), University College of London (UK) and National University of Singapore.
Supported by a University of Southern Queensland scholarship, he earned his PhD degree in Mechanical Engineering in 2004.
Nonlinear dynamics of yarn, Textile and Fibre Technology & Textile composite, Carbon Nanotubes, graphene, Modelling nano-materials, CNT based artificial muscles
He earned doctoral degree at Nagaya University in Japan, and now is a Rising Star Professor of Institute for Fiber Engineering in National University Corporation Shinshu University. He is also distinguished professor of Soochow University in China, Project Leader of Nano Fusion Technology Research Group in Japan, Visiting professor in Seoul National University. He is selected a one of the greatest foreigner scientist among 100 scientists in 2016, chosen by Jiangsu Provincial People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China. His research is focused on developing and improving the property of nanofibers for industrial applications. His work is multi-disciplinary involving chemistry, polymer, biomedical, mechanics, nanotechnology et al. For his outstanding performance, he has been honored by Scifinder in 2011 for the most published in the whole word in nanofiber research field. Up to now, he published more than 200 papers in refereed academic journals and more than 150 patents.
She conducted faculty development programme on ‘’Apparel Design and Development’’. I am working on semiotic engineering which includes fiber to finished product including ecology and scenario.Visited for short term training on ‘’Introduction to apparel design’’ and manufacturing at TC2 lab USA. Presently The University of Manchester, U.K and TC2 Lab; USA are collaborated for Apparel Design Engineering Department and are working for redefining the way for avatar. In present scenario, textile is having scope both as finished product & raw material for garment industry keeping fashion involved by the product designers with Semiotic Engineering to bridge the gap between textile, garment & fashion at the university level to provide international platform for apparel product design & latest cutting edge technology exposure leading to provide multi-dimensional approach and upgradation of subject.
Apparel Design and Development, semiotic engineering which includes fiber to finished product including ecology and scenario
HU has undertaken a large number of research projects in multi-disciplinary fields such as textile mechanics, smart/shape memory polymers, biomaterials, and natural polymers from the past twenty years. In particular, she applied shape memory polymers (SMPs) into textiles and biomedical areas since 1998 and founded the world’s first shape memory textiles center in 2003. Her contribution towards SMPs and textiles has been recognized worldwide. She has academic collaborators from Mainland China, USA, Canada, Australia, France, UK, Japan and Hong Kong.
Smart polymers/shape memory polymers for Textile and Apparel, Textile structure, mechanics and fibrous composites and Digital evaluation and simulation of textiles appearance and garment/fabric drape
He has a B.S. in Chemistry from University of Patras, Greece and a
Ph.D. in Polymer Chemistry from University of Athens, Greece. He came to Department of
Textiles, Technological Education Institute of Piraeus in 1984 as Teaching Associate. He
completed doctoral studies with Professor N. Hadjichristidis and worked as Adjunct
Professor at TEI of Piraeus from 1992 to 1999. Dr. Vassiliadis joined the faculty at the
Technological Education Institute of Piraeus in 1999 as Assistant Professor of Bleaching and
Dyeing Technology (Associate Professor from 2003 to 2009). He was appointed Full Professor
in 2009. He is on the board of Center for Technology and Research (since 2002). For 8 years
(2003–2008 and 2014–2017), he was Head of the Dyeing and Finishing Division. Professor
Vassiliadis has been Head of the Department of Textile Engineering from 2010 to 2014 and
faculty-elected member of the Research Committee, 2009–2016.
Radical Polymerization, Synthesis and Characterization of Polymers, Dyeing of Synthetic Polymers, Dyeing Properties of Polyaramid Fibers, Retention of Dyestuffs by Inorganic Adsorbents and Dye–Clay Hybrid Nanocomposites
She is a university professor and head of the newly created department Fashion & Technology at the Kunstuniversität Linz. Christiane’ s main field of interest is practice-led design research for the field of fashion design. At this, she focuses on the 3D modelling and virtual simulation of fashion and the influence of digital media on the process of fashion design. Christiane Luible studied Fashion Design at the University of Applied Science in Pforzheim and the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York. She did her PhD in the field of virtual garment simulations, focusing on the accuracy of fabric properties in computations, at the Miralab, University of Geneva. She received several international Design Award such as the Lucky Strike Junior Design Award and the F.I.T. Critic Award. She collaborated on large European Clothing Research Projects such as E-Tailor, Leapfrog or Haptex and is today responsible for the several research projects dealing with fashion and technology.
virtual imitation of real processes, exploitation of new technologies for fashion design and product development, evaluation of virtual processes, Preparation of a road map leading to the transformation of the textile clothing distribution chain into an innovative, customer-oriented business network, Simulation for the control of automatic garment manufacturing, Development of accurate fabric parameter for the multimodal perception of textiles in a virtual environment.
He is an Associate Professor in the field of textile science and technology. He has served the faculty as a lecturer and researcher for 17 years. Prior to being an academic staff, he worked in the textile industry for several years at the middle management position. He is now actively involved in postgraduate supervision, conducting research and offering services to the industry and community. He has received several research grants in textile mechanics, yarn technology and natural dyes, obtained from the Ministry of Higher Education and Ministry of Science, Technology and Innovation. Currently, he is supervising several postgraduate students and has produced several MSc and PhD graduates. He also teaches undergraduate students in yarn production technology, technical textiles and supervising them in final year projects.
Mechanics of Textile Materials, Spinning and Technical Yarn Development, Clothing Comfort Studies, Extraction of Dyes from Natural Resources
Tracy Diane Cassidy is a trained knitwear designer experienced in knitwear and bespoke bridal-wear design, manufacture and retail. She obtained her PhD through the investigation of colour forecasting and is the first author of the book Colour Forecasting (Blackwell). Tracy is a Reader in Fashion & Textiles, Departmental Lead for Research & Innovation, and Centre Director of the Textiles Thinking Research Centre at the University of Huddersfield, and continues to conduct research in fashion and textile design, trends and marketing. Tracy is an established author with international presence, a reviewer for many reputable journals, and editorial board member.
Clothing Design & Technology, Fashion Communication & Marketing, Clothing Design & Technology, fashion education, Embellishing, engraving materials using laser technology to create innovative surfaces for recycled and sustainable materials
He is working as Professor and Head, Dept. Of Textile Technology, University College of Technology, Osmania University, Hyderabad, India . He has a total of 33 years of Teaching and Industrial experience in the field of Textile Technology ( Specialisation : Weaving and Weaving Preparatory). He has guided nearly 25 PhD candidates and his research filed is Fibre assemblies, Polyester Weight Reduction, Blends Hydrolysis, Mechanisation in Handloom , Research in new Sizing ingredients , Testing of Fabrics and New finishes in Textiles from Natural origin, Dye extraction from Natural sources, etc.,