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June 20 – 22, 2017, Chicago, IL, USA

Graduate Student Poster Program

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Be sure to check out our 4th annual Graduate Student Poster Program to be featured on the show floor at Techtextil North America 2017. Students from across the country will be showcasing their innovative research relevant to the technical textiles and nonwovens industry. Read their abstracts below!

AlexKolbasov

Alexander Kolbasov
University of Illinois at Chicago
Investigation of Bio-Polymers and Their Associated Limintations/Applications in Technical Nonwovens

AnuradhaGupta

Anuradha Gupta and Abdel Fattah M. Seyam
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
Natural fibers reinforcements are a prevalent option for applications in composite manufacturing.

ApurbaBanerjee

Apurba Banerjee
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Cyanobacterial Polyhydroxyalkanoates: The Future is Biodegradable!

ChrisStaszel

Chris Staszel
University of Illinois at Chicago
Sintering of Compound Nonwovens by Forced Convection of Hot Air

ElizabethClaunch

Elizabeth C. Claunch, Kara J. Peters, Abdel Fattah M. Seyam
North Carolina State University, Raleigh, NC, USA
Smart Composites from 3D Orthogonal Woven Fabrics: The Relationship between Embedded Optic Fiber Signal and Composite Damage after Repeated Impact

JessicaAppelstein

Jessica Appelstein
Global Fashion Management, The School of Graduate Studies, Fashion Institute of Technology
Voice of Insiders: A Contemporary "Athleisure" Collection

QingHuang

Qing Huang
Global Fashion Management, The School of Graduate Studies, Fashion Institute of Technology
Voice of Insiders: A Contemporary “Athleisure” Collection

MarioPerez

Mario Perez
Global Fashion Management, The School of Graduate Studies, Fashion Institute of Technology
Voice of Insiders: A Contemporary “Athleisure” Collection

LaurenTolbertMcCoy

Lauren Tolbert McCoy
University of Georgia, Athens, GA
Fabrication and Characterization of Hydrogels Using Sustainable, Nano-Sized Materials

UICTeam

Souvick Chatterjee, Pallab S. Mahapatra, Ranjan Ganguly, Constantine M. Megaridis Lisha Yu, and Richard Dodge
Department of Mechanical and Industrial Engineering, University of Illinois at Chicago
Capillary-driven, spatially-directed liquid transport on and through thin porous substrates