Materials IG



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The Materials Interest Group was formed to stimulate and expand the collective knowledge and development of new materials related to the fiber and fiber products industries via innovative modifications of existing structures and/or creation of unique compositions of matter.

Materials Interest Group Brochure

For more information, contact Robina Hogan, Materials interest group chair.

Activites & Resources
Materials Interest Group Agenda, AATCC Fall Committee Meetings, Nov 15, 2017
Materials Interest Group Agenda, AATCC Spring Committee Meetings, May 3, 2017
Materials Interest Group Agenda, AATCC Fall Committee Meetings, Nov 4, 2015

Materials Discussion Group on LinkedIn

Nonwovens Resources

Reports
Minutes, May 3, 2017 Meeting
Minutes, November 4, 2015
Minutes, November 12, 2014 Meeting
Minutes, May 7, 2014 Meeting
Minutes, May 9, 2012 Meeting
Minutes, November 16, 2011 Meeting
Minutes, May 25, 2011 Meeting

2011 Materials Poster Competition Winners Announced

October 26 -27, 2009 Innovations Conference (Photos)

Recent Publications
Advances in Ballistic Resistant Textiles (7/6/10 AATCC News)

Members

  • Materials Researchers and Developers (academic and industrial)
  • Materials and Synthetic Chemists/Scientists
  • Fiber/Fiber Products Manufacturers
  • Fiber Colorant/Chemical Manufacturers
  • Entrepreneurs
  • Lab Personnel
  • Production Managers
  • Manufacturing Engineers
  • Quality Assurance Personnel
  • Anyone interested in delivering new and improved materials to the global consumer!
Areas of Interest

  • Nanotechnology applications in textiles
  • Innovative fibers and fabrics
  • High performance, protective, and health applications
  • Nonwovens technologies
  • Bacterial and microbial resistance
  • Antibiotic uptake and release from textile materials
  • Non-traditional medical textile implants
  • Flame retardant technologies
  • Textile coating enhancements
  • Firefighter and first-responder gear
  • Sensor networks and e-textiles