The SmartEEs 2 project intends to create a unique digitalization experience providing experimentation, testing or support to manufacturing. To achieve this, the SmartEEs consortium is working with the purpose of providing ICs with all the skills required to utilize and experiment with technologies associated with the FWE field, by making available training materials and activities to improve and promote skills and education in FWE technologies for society and companies. As part of this objective, a series of webinars on several FWE topics has been made accessible to interested parties, with the final webinar, on June 2nd, focusing on technologies available and related to the development of e-textiles and reliability texting.
Date and time: Thu, 2 June 2022, 11:00 – 12:00 CEST
Location: Online event
FREE WEBINAR (EN)
by CeNTI, Centre of Nanotechnology and Smart Materials
Join us on 31 May and 1 June in Italy for the final networking event of the European Smart Textiles Masterclass.
This unique networking and co-creation event will bring together 100 leading industry innovators and tech developers from all over Europe. It concludes the 15-month learning journey of the European Masterclass in Smart Textiles Innovation organised by the Textile ETP. The event will feature keynote speeches from Smart Textiles Innovation Leaders, co-creation sessions around 3 concrete Smart Textiles market challenges and extensive networking, and a small-scale exhibition.
We would like to invite youto directly book the conference & accommodation package with the conference hotel: https://www.hilton.com/en/attend-my-event/final-conference-smart-textiles/ Registration are on first come, first served basis and once we reach 100 participants we will close registration to ensure smooth organisation of the event. Therefore don’t wait before securing your place.
Hereyou will find the programme and all organisational info.
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