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Re-Thinking of Fashion in Research and Artist collaborating development for Urban Manufacturing

Deliverables

Mapping “e-Textile Ecosystem and Network” Report

This deliverable will describe the concept of a sustainable ecosystem of electronic and textiles technologies and networks for urban fashion manufacturing including desktop research on e-textile facilities for urban fashion manufacturing, research on state of the art technologies, mapping of other e-textile networks and providing a state of the art profiles on relevant technologies and network on WP7 platform.

Co. Research Guidelines

This deliverable will be a guideline and process for the hub managers on executing the Co. Research projects including templates for agreements, meetings, description of the processes and administrative guidelines (working contracts etc.).

Training Concept

This deliverable will be the description of guidelines for collaboration trainings for implementation in the hubs.

Guideline for eco-design process for the creation of environmental friendly artworks

Guidelines and description for eco-design processes for the creation of environmental friendly artworks as support for researchers and artists.

Final Call structure and launch of call for first round

The artist calls for the first challenge round will be announced on different websites, in press releases and social media.

Online exchange platform up and running

Finalizing the setting up the online exchange platform as running webpage. The platform will be already filled with the first inputs from WP4 (Additive Manufacturing), 5 (e-Textile) and 6 (Sustainable Finishing) and description of running projects.

First version of four E-textile artworks and two eco-designed art-works

Demonstration of e-textile artworks resulting from the work of artists from challenge 4-6 in the first round of the “e-textile hub”.

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Publications

Investigation of the Mechanical and Electrical Properties of Elastic Textile/Polymer Composites for Stretchable Electronics at Quasi-Static or Cyclic Mechanical Loads

Author(s): Dils, Werft, Walter, Zwanzig, von Krshiwoblozki, Schneider-Ramelow
Published in: Materials, Issue 12/21, 2019, Page(s) 3599, ISSN 1996-1944
DOI: 10.3390/ma12213599