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6th International Istanbul Conference on FUTURE TECHNICAL TEXTILES

Istanbul, TURKEY: 15 - 17 October 2014



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Welcome to the 6th International Istanbul Conference on FUTURE TECHNICAL TEXTILE (FTT 2014) to be held in Istanbul - Turkey during 15 - 17 October 2014.  



Important Dates:

Deadline for Abstract: 12 September 2014

Early Bird Registration: 1st September 2014

Student Discount Rate Registration: 1st September 2014

Conference Dates: 15 - 17 October 2014 (3 days)

Gala Dinner: 16 October 2014



Owing to the success of the 5th International Istanbul Conference which was held in 2005 in Istanbul for the textile and Apparel industry, we want to take this opportunity to discuss and share the new development in textiles and apparel industry by inviting you again to the city where East meets West, to a place steeped in culture and history. Istanbul, is proved to play host on this auspicious occasion to the 6th International Istanbul Conference on Future Technical Textile with a theme of “Recent Advances in Innovation and Enterprise in Textiles and Clothing”.  


The Conference will provide a unique opportunity to meet leading personalities with research, Management and technology experience from all over the world and to discuss with them any Ideas and proposals in your particular field. The 6th International Istanbul Conference is intended to intensify and promote cooperation.


The Conference will consist of an optional two days of short technical courses, 13 & 14 October 2014 followed by the conference on 15 - 17 October 2014, were world renowned speakers from academia and Industry will deliver Plenary lectures on break through novel products and cutting edge research into Future of Technical and Advanced Textiles.  The Conference will also present a technical discussion panel for delegates to participate.








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