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SEMINAR: Chemical Analysis of Polymeric Materials Using Infrared Spectroscopy

Within the European project FP7-REGPOT-2008-1-229801:

"Unlocking the Croatian Textile Potentials" (T-Pot)
and organised by

Textile Science Research Center (TSRC)

Prof. C. Q. Yang

fromThe University of Georgia,
will hold a lecture entitled:


"Chemical Analysis of Polymeric Materials Using Infrared Spectroscopy"

 

Lecture will be held on November 2nd, 2011 at 10AM at the Faculty of Textile Technology, lecture hall 301 (third floor), Prilaz baruna Filipovića 28a, Zagreb.

 

Second part will be the practical workshop organized at the premises of Textile Science Research Centre at Savska 16/9. Prof. Yang will be awailable for the questions/answers dealing with spectroscopy, thermogravimetric analysis or combustion calorimetry. FT-IR, TGA, DSC and MCC devices are awailable for the measurements during the workshop.

Workshop is open for all interested scientists/engineers, both from the academic and industrial sectors. For organisational reasons, we would kindly ask you to confirm your attendance with filling the Application form for one or both parts of the workshop ant its submition at the following e-mail address: This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

Materials for download:

1. Application form

2. Invitation flyer

3. Prof. C.Q.Yang curriculum vitae

By clicking on "Read more..." you will find Lecture outline for this seminar.

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15th International Eco-Conference / 9th Eco-Conference on Environmental Protection of Urban and Suburban Settlements

Venue: Institute for Nature Protection of Vojvodina region, Novi Sad, Radnicka Street 20A, Serbia

 

The Eco-Conference® is organized in order to:

- Provide objective views (avoiding under or overestimating) on causes/agents causing environmental disbalance and levels of ecological threats to urban and suburban environment.

- Provide valuable information-communication basis for developing mid-term and long-term strategic programmes for
(a) integral environment protection,
(b) commodity quality protection,
(c) assessment of life quality and
(d) promoting and supporting the concept and practice of sustainable development.

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Varteks d.d. and Čateks d.d. sign Strategie Alliance Agreement for joint appearance on the domestic and foreign market

The president of the Management Board of Varteks, d.d., Zoran Košćec, and the president of the Management Board of Čateks, Damir Vitez, signed a Strategic Alliance Agreement between Varteks and Čateks in Varaždin today with the aim to link primary production and to establish partnership relations between the two companies for a joint appearance on the domestic and foreign market.

The strategic alliance between Varteks and Čateks represents a proactive measure aiming to protect indispensable jobs and to strengthen cooperation between the two largest textile companies in Croatia by using their own resources as fundamental cornerstones to create prerequisites for a competitive market appearance and public procurement procedures.

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Eco-sustainable textiles

23rd June 2011 a convention on eco-sustainable textiles was organised in Alzano Lombardo (Bergamo - Italy) for an in-depth study on the topic of concrete opportunities for renewal and economic development. A competition for young designers who have to create a small themed “women’s Summer collection” using environmental friendly and recycled fabrics. An open event, where fabrics and the garments produced are exhibited, and with themed entertainment.

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E-textiles get fashion upgrade with memory-storing fiber

The integration of electronics into textiles is a burgeoning field of research that may soon enable smart fabrics and wearable electronics. Bringing this technology one step closer to fruition, Jin-Woo Han and Meyya Meyyappan at the Center for Nanotechnology at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif., have developed a new flexible memory fabric woven together from interlocking strands of copper and copper-oxide wires. At each juncture, or stitch along the fabric, a nanoscale dab of platinum is placed between the fibers. This "sandwich structure" at each crossing forms a resistive memory circuit. Resistive memory has received much attention due to the simplicity of its design.

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