- Brian McCarthy from Knowledge Transfer Network Ltd visited today. Exciting possibilities from an organisation... fb.me/2aAB9gL4b 2 days ago
- Read all about the Advanced Textiles Research Group's electronically-functional yarns, in an article by Theodore... fb.me/27lBrFq2D 6 days ago
- TechXLR8 at London's Excel centre this week showed the range of developments that are happening in technology... fb.me/8fbaYphwm 1 week ago
- Carnivals are being celebrated this year in the Advanced Textiles Research Group. A project is underway to make a... fb.me/5QnODU89U 2 weeks ago
- Carnivals are being celebrated this year in the Advanced Textiles Research Group. A project is underway to make a... fb.me/6jbh4AhDE 2 weeks ago
Monthly Archives: October 2015
A delegation from Stoll AG and Co. KG, Reutlingen, Germany recently visited the Advanced Textile Research Group, in order to understand how electronic yarn technology can be integrated into knitted garments.
Anura Rathnayake of the Advanced Textile research Group presenting his PhD work on electronic textiles at ISWC 2015, Osaka Japan: http://iswc.net/iswc15/ Anura took a garment containing miniature LED’s within yarns and a shirt with a hidden RFID tag.
The Advanced Textile Research Group has recently expanded and moved into a new lab. On 1st September 2015 the group hosted a visit from Professor Edward Peck, the Nottingham Trent University Vice Chancellor, and Julie Pinches, the Acting Dean of School … Continue reading
Dr. Dorothy Hardy has joined the advanced textiles research group to work on a project finding novel manufacturing methods for functional, electronic textiles, funded by the EPSRC. Dorothy specialises in multidisciplinary work combining engineering and art. She has just completed … Continue reading