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ATNT international textile conference to begin in India on Dec 15th
The 7th edition of Advances in Textile, Machinery, Non wovens and Technical Textiles (ATNT) international conference to kick start in India on December 15th with over 125 papers spanning the entire textile supply chain will be presented in 16 sessions.
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CHENNAI (Commodity Online): The 7th edition of Advances in Textile, Machinery, Non wovens and Technical Textiles (ATNT) international conference to kick start in India on December 15th with over 125 papers spanning the entire textile supply chain will be presented in16 sessions.
The conference is organised by Texas Tech Universuty and Kumaraguru College of Technology at the textile city Coimbatore, India from December 15th to 17th, 2011.
Textile scientists from industry and academia from 8 countries will convene in the campus of Kumaraguru College of Technology, Coimbatore, India.
According to Prof. Srinivasan, co-organizing secretary of ATNT-2011,” this conference provides a healthy mix of papers from academia and industry and will provide a deliberative platform for the participants from India and abroad to enjoy cutting-edge textile science and Indian hospitality.”
The main attraction of this international event is the technical workshop on “Opportunities in Technical Textiles” conducted by the co-organizing secretary Dr. Seshadri Ramkumar of Texas Tech University, USA.
For the first time, the conference will bring the chairpersons of leading textile associations such as The Confederation of Indian Textile Industry, The Southern India Mills Association in one platform to highlight the status of the global textile industry.
Participants from the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Kazakhstan, Japan, Taiwan, Germany and India will be attending the ATNT-2011.
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