International Week of Narrow Textiles9 - 13 March 2020
From March 9th until March 13th 2020, the International Week of Narrow Textiles will be held for the first time in Dresden.
The program is divided into four thematic sessions, including one-day training coures with live demonstrations, one-day presentations with world-leading machine manufacturers and researchers, and a parallel exhibition on all four days of presentations. The International Week of Narrow Textiles comprises the following four topics:
- New Materials and Sensors (March 09-10, 2020)
- Braiding Technology (March 09-10, 2020)
- Narrow Weaving / Multilayer Weaving / 3D Weaving (March 10-11, 2020)
- Assembling of Textile Products (March 11-12, 2020)
Textile Roofs 202018 - 20 May 2020
This 25th Anniversary Edition of Textile Roofs again aims to facilitate an intense dialogue on emerging topics in the field of textile architecture and gather an international expert community, who is able to drive the progress: politicians, businessmen, scientists and industrial representatives.
25 years of Textile Roofs seems to be more than a reason to celebrate together the worldwidely longest lasting series of events, that was initiated by our friend and visionary Prof. Lothar Gründig in 1995.
We will make this edition a very special one, with a lot of funny stories, memories, with meeting the outstanding minds of the TR history, with amazing new developements and a lot of special aganda items.
More info on www.textile-roofs.com
TensiNet Partner Meeting 1/2020 at Textile Roofs20 May 2020
WG specifications - eurocode - CEN/TC250 WG527 May 2020
IASS Annual Symposium and Spatial Structures Conference 2020 - Inspiring the next generation24 - 28 August 2020
SLTE VIII30 September - 2 October 2020
International Conference on Advanced Building Skins26 - 27 October 2020
The aim of the Conference on Advanced Building Skins is to achieve a multi-disciplinary, integrated planning approach with architects, engineers, scientists, manufacturers and the building industry to reduce energy consumption of buildings.