17. Juni 2017

TU Dresden, Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (ITM)

The Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (ITM) at TU Dresden is one of the globally leading university research facilities, and at the same time one of the largest and most efficient institutes of the University of Excellence in Dresden. In order to successfully carry out various research projects, the ITM operates on a fully developed infrastructure with modern machine technology and equipment, which enables the rapid development of innovative technologies and products along the entire textile process chain. Research activities at the ITM are mainly focused on the fields of machinery, technology and product development (fiber composite materials, construction textiles, textile architecture, medical and bio-textiles, sensor network and functional textiles, ready-made products and preforming) and include, among others, the processing of fiber-based high-tech materials, in particular carbon, glass, aramide, steel and ceramic with a variety of different technologies, and the functionally integrated development of textile (semi-finished) products. In addition to these research activities, modeling and simulation of structures and processes along the entire textile process chain are conducted. This type of interdisciplinary activity demands in particular the development of innovative fiber and hybrid yarn constructions, 2D and 3D reinforcing semi-finished products, finishing and functionalization technologies as well as the according machinery.

 

Contact
TU Dresden, Institute of Textile Machinery and High Performance Material Technology (ITM)
01062 Dresden
P +49 351 463-39300 | F +49 351 463-39301
sophie.barth[at]tu-dresden.de | www.tu-dresden.de/ing/maschinenwesen/itm

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