Intelligent Textiles And Mass Customization (ITMC) Conference Postponed To September 2022, In Montréal
SAINT-HYACINTHE (QUÉBEC, Canada) — April 22, 2021 — CTT Group, a Canadian technology transfer leader specializing in research, development and analyses of technical textiles and advanced materials, is postponing the International Conference on Intelligent Textiles and Mass Customization (ITMC) to 2022, due to the pandemic. The event now will be held September 19 to 21 in Montreal (Canada).
“We had no other choice but to postpone the event to next year, due to the pandemic. Some participants had already expressed interest in participating in the conference and had submitted abstracts presenting their studies and projects. Our team is currently communicating with all the interested persons to inform them of the situation. As of next fall, we will be able to unveil the main points of the program and provide more details on the registration process. We look forward to seeing you in 2022!”, says Valerio Izquierdo, Vice President, Business Development and Partnership, CTT Group.
Among the topics that will be addressed at ITMC 2022, we should note: composite and textile reinforcement; medical textiles; personal protective equipment; smart and functional textiles; bio- sourced, bio-degradable and eco-textiles; advanced technical textiles; nanotechnology; comfort; sustainable and advanced manufacturing processes; supply chain management; logistics; mass customization; e-commerce; digital solutions and education and training methodology.
Businesses, research institutions and organizations worldwide will have the opportunity to participate in the exchanges of ideas that will punctuate the 2022 edition, to discuss innovative solutions and explore possibilities for partnership and collaboration.
“ITMC 2022 is an outstanding showcase. I am convinced it will contribute to accentuate the Québec textile industry’s outreach on the world scene. This will also be an opportunity for CEOs and organizations in the sector to present their innovative solutions and establish strategic partnerships that will allow them to accelerate their expansion,” says Dany Charest, Executive Director of TechniTextile Québec, the Technical Textile Materials Cluster.