Invited Speakers


Prof. Gang Sun
Department of Biological and Agricultural Engineering, University of California, Davis, USA
孙刚 - 美国加州大学戴维斯分校生物与农业工程学院教授
Title: Functional Finishes of Textiles with Green Chemicals and Sustainable Approaches
Abstract: Chemical finishing of textile materials is an indispensable process in fabrication of textile products, introducing novel performance functions to and removing inherent defects of textile materials. However, the chemical wet treatments use chemicals, consume energy, and often produce wastewater and pollutants consequently, becoming the major concern in sustainable textile production. Exploration of innovative treatment processes and environmentally friendly chemicals has been a focus of research activities for many years. In this presentation, several different approaches in the chemical treatment processes of textiles will be discussed, including wrinkle free treatment of cotton fabrics, antibacterial finishing, and coloration of textiles.


Prof. Fu Liu
Ningbo Institute of Materials Technology & Engineering, Chinese Academy of Sciences
刘富 - 中国科学院宁波材料技术与工程研究所教授
Title: Design and preparation of polymeric membranes for oil/water separation
Abstract: Membrane fouling was the key obstacle that limited the practical separation of oil/water emulsions. The main reason for membrane fouling during oil/water separation was the deposition of dispersed phase (e.g., oil or water phase) on membrane surface. The key challenge for solving the fouling problem is to completely remove fouling dispersed phases during filtration, which was associated with both membrane surface chemistry and also the separation process. In this work, membrane fouling during oil/water separation was avoided by using a designed poly(vinylidene fluoride) (PVDF) microfiltration membrane with moderate surface structure (RSa value was 390 nm) and hydrophilicity (water contact angle was 59±1o). When treating oil-in-water emulsion, membrane permeability (1078±50 Lm-2h-1bar-1) can be well maintained for 2 h continuous flowing filtration with separation efficiency above 99%. After membrane filtration, the micro-emulsion penetrated through the membrane to form the coalesced oil phase. The membrane coalescence offers an efficient and continuous “non-fouling” oil/water emulsion separation due to balanced affinity, displaying its great potential in a large scale of oil/water separation.
 

Prof. Chi-wai Kan
Institute of Textiles and Clothing, Hong Kong Polytechnic University; Associate Editor of AATCC Journal of Research
简志伟 - 香港理工大学纺织与制衣系教授
Title: Development of durable antibacterial textile fabrics for application in healthcare environment – from laboratory scale to factory production
Abstract: Recently, there has been an increase in the development of functional textiles with antibacterial effect to airborne bio-particles and micro-organism in health and medical sectors. The inhibition of the growth of microbes in textile material surface can be achieved through biocidal approach and biostatic approach. In this study, we developed a healthcare textile with durable antibacterial effect.  Discussion will be provided on the way from laboratory scale to factory production.


Prof. Binjie Xin
Vice Dean of School of Textile and Fashion, Shanghai University of Engineering Science (SUES);
Shanghai Pujiang Scholar
辛斌杰 - 上海工程技术大学纺织服装学院副院长、上海浦江学者、教授
Title: 
Application of Computer Vision in the Field of Textiles
Abstract: Computer vision has been used for the quality control of textile product with the quick development of computer science and technology, it has the advantages of objective, digital and efficient, compared with the manual operation based on human eyes. A review of some typical applications of computer vision for the objective measurement and evaluation of textile products has been conducted in this paper, such as fiber identification, yarn evenness analysis, fabric appearance evaluation.  Related works provide a useful solution for the establishment of modern quality control system in the future.

Important Dates

Submission Deadline: June 15, 2020
September 25, 2020

Registration Deadline: September 30, 2020

Conference Date: October 15-17, 2020

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