Please note that the Call for Papers for E-Textiles 2019 is now closed.

E-Textiles 2019 will include speakers from both academia and industry from a variety of disciplines united by electronic textiles technologies and their applications. Topics of interest for submission include, but are not limited to:

Electronic Textiles:
  • Organic electronics on fabrics
  • Integrated electronics in textiles
  • Electronic packaging
Textile Power Supplies:
  • Textile/yarn solar cells
  • Textile energy storage devices
  • Textile energy harvesting
Textile Sensors and Actuators
  • Sensor and actuator technologies for textiles
  • Applications for textile sensors and actuators
Manufacturing and Materials:
  • Printed e-textiles
  • Woven/Knitted/Embroidered e-textiles
  • Smart Materials
Applications:
  • Healthcare
  • Sports and Military
  • Fashion and Home Furnishings

This call for papers covers both oral and student poster presentations and space for both is strictly limited.

Oral presentations: E-Textiles 2019 invites researchers and industry experts to send original abstracts relating to research and innovation for consideration by the Technical Programme Committee. Accepted papers will be added to the programme alongside the keynote and invited talks.

Student poster presentations: E-Textiles 2019 also invites students to submit posters for presentation. Those chosen will receive free entry to the conference and there will be a £100 amazon voucher prize for the best poster.

Extended abstracts (four pages) of accepted papers/posters will be published in MDPI Proceedings.

Abstract submission and Deadlines

Both oral and poster abstracts should not be longer than 500 words plus an additional page of figures and tables if required. Please also supply a short one paragraph biography and preferably submit these in PDF format. Abstracts and biographies of the selected presentations will be made available through the E-Textiles Network website.

Please send abstracts and biographies to info@e-textiles-network.com by 15th September 2019.

 

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