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    • Functioneel textiel; een kort overzicht. Marijn Warmoeskerken
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    • EFSM is an industrial research group The industrial partners form a foundation: Foundation EFSM www.EFSM.nl EFSM is part of CTW
    • OUR INDUSTRIAL PARTNERS
    • Ernstings Textile Warehouse Coesfeld-Lette, Germany CALATRAVA
    • The Pont Neuf Wrapped CHRISTO AND JEANNE-CLAUDE Wrapped Reichstag in Berlin.
    • Sydney Olympics Venue Fabric Structure PTFE-Glasfiberlaminate Olympic stadium Münich Amazon Court in Prague
    • CURRENT TRENDS IN SOCIETY Feeling good, looking good, being healthy. Personalization, mass customization. Service. Quality time. Sustainability. Safety.
    • A smart textile can monitor changes in its environment and can act upon these changes. Changes in the environment and the actions can be of mechanical, electrical, physical, chemical of biochemical. Nature. Textiles can be made smart by modification of the fibre surfaces RESPONSE OF THE TEXTILE INDUSTRY: SMART TEXTILES
    • SMART TEXTILES IN DATA BASES 1019 hits 9.810.000 hits
    • Fibres Fibre surface engineering Product EFSM
      • Natural fibres
      • Cotton
      • Wool
      • flax
      • etc
      • Man made fibres
      • Polyester
      • Nylon
      • Aramid
      • etc.
      • Functionalized fibres for
      • Clothing
      • Protective garments
      • Geotextiles
      • Composites
      • Medical textiles
      • etc.
    • Nanotechnology Biotechnology Macromolecular chemistry Micro-elektronics & ICT Production technology Fibre surface Engineering Plasma & laser technology
    • Product Smart Textiles Electronically smart Chemically Smart
    • ELECTRONIC TEXTILE
      • Incorporation of:
      • Sensors and actuators
      • MP3, GPS, GSM, Ipod, Iphone Ipad
      • Energy harvesting systems
      • Plastic electronics
      • Markets:
      • Personal protective garments
      • Medical systems
      • Sports and Leisure
      • Niches
    • ENERGY HARVESTING
      • Solar cells
      • Scavenging energy from human motion
      • - dielectric polymers
      • - piezo elements
      • Body heat: Thermo-electric power generation
      • Thin lithium-ion batteries
    • CHEMICAL FUNCTIONALISATION
      • Triggered or slow release of chemicals
      • Drugs delivery
      • Humidity control system
      • Heat control system
      • Anti bacterial system
      • Color change system
      • Radiation protection
    • OUR RESEARCH AGENDA
      • Fibre functionalisation and re-functionalisation with:
      • Nano particles
      • Hydrogel technology
      • Cyclo dextrine technology
      • Ink jet printing technology
    • NANOPARTICLES
    • APPLICATION OF NANOPARTICLES Antimicrobial textiles UV adsorption Soil repellence Hydrophobic / hydrophilic Insect repellence
    • THE LOTUS EFFECT
    • THE SCIENTIFIC CHALLENGE
    • HYDROGELS FOR SMART FABICS
      • Matrix of polymers that can swell and shrink.
      • The triggers for swelling or shrinking are for example:
      • pH
      • Temperature
      • Light
      • Humidity
    • DRUGS DELIVERY FROM HYDROGELS
    • SLOW RELEASE SYSTEMS BASED ON CYCLODEXTRINE Dextrine Cyclodextrine
      • Slow release of molecules
      • Fragrances
      • Antimicrobial
      • Insect repellent
    • APPLICATION OF INK JET TECHNOLOGY Local treatment of fibres Ink jet technology enables the treatment of single fibres. Single sided treated textiles are feasible e.g. single side antimicrobial, hydrophobic etc.
    • ANGEL CHANG
      • New York-based fashion designer who explores interactive fashion by adding newly developed technology in her designs.
    • YOUR CHALLENGE Integration of smart textiles in architectural design.