Texas Tech University Hosts Major Textile Conference in India
November 4, 2009
TIEHH hosts the 6th annual international conference on Advances in Textiles, Machinery,
Nonwovens and Technical Textiles
The Institute of Environmental and Human Health (TIEHH) at Texas Tech University
will host the 6th annual international conference on Advances in Textiles, Machinery,
Nonwovens and Technical Textiles, (ATNT) 2009.
The event, held in collaboration with Bannari Amman Institute of Technology in India
(BIT), will run Dec. 7-9 at the institute’s campus in Sathyamangalam, state of Tamilnadu,
South India. The conference will feature papers from natural fibers to fashion design
and nonwovens to technical textiles.
The conference is expected to attract more than 250 people from around the globe,
said Seshadri Ramkumar, the organizing secretary for the conference and an associate
professor of nonwoven materials at TIEHH. The international conference seeks to enhance
professional interaction, enable future collaboration and improve business opportunities
in fiber and textile disciplines.
To date, more than 90 abstracts from different parts of the world have been received.
Leading experts from the United States, the United Kingdom, Turkey, the Czech Republic,
China and other nations are expected to attend. Invitations have been extended to
the Indian Government’s federal minister of textiles to inaugurate the event.
International and national organizations supporting the conference include Plains
Cotton Growers, The Association of the Nonwovens Fabrics Industry (INDA), Industrial
Fabrics Association International, Nonwoven Engineers and Technologists division of
TAPPI, all from the United States; The Southern India Mills Association, Tiruppur
Exporters Association and the Society of Dyers and Colorists (EC), all from India;
and The Textile Institute from the United Kingdom.
More information from the ATNT 2009 website: http://bit-atnt09.comCONTACT: Seshadri Ramkumar, manager of the Nonwoven and Advanced Materials Laboratory,
The Institute of Environmental and Human Health at Texas Tech University,
(806) 445-1925 or email@example.com