Conferences, roundtables, Keynotes


The Avantex Paris Agora will host a large program of conferences and roundtables and keynotes:

  • DITF round table: Digital textile microfactories as response to the market demand for a local production and reactive supplying chains

  • BPI France & Avantex : France-Taïwan, opportunities for an innovative textile-clothing sector

  • Avantex Fashion Pitch, where start-up will contest by pitching their project.

  • The use, effects and developments of VR / AR / MR in the fashion industry

  • The sustainable dimension of innovative materials and processes

  • Eco-printing and eco-dyeing: prospective technics?

  • Fashion brands and influencers: appearance of paths to follow

  • Intangible innovation for the performance of creative industries: the exemplary programmes of the R3ilab

  • Vertigo Autumn-Winter 2019-2020, trends conference

These conferences will be led by renowned professionals who will guide us, in light of their expertise, on the issues of the sector and the challenges of tomorrow; Among others:

  • Mike Horsten, Team Lead & Manager for the HP Large Format Graphics Production Business Development in Europe, Middle East & Africa, HP Inc.

  • Lisette Vonk (AMFI), researcher, teacher, and lab coordinator at the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences and studied Human Movement Sciences in Amsterdam. Her research focus is interdisciplinarity within VR/AR education, 3D body scanning and virtual fit/visualization of clothing

  • Franziska Müller von der Ahé, journalist, media scientist, CEO and Co-Founder of Glutamat, a communication agency with an emphasis on digital content creation and storytelling strategies for brands and publishers

  • Pirjo Kääriäinen, Finnish textile specialist currently working as a Professor of Practice at the Aalto University, Finland.  Since 2011 she has been working in the cross-section of design and material research by facilitating interdisciplinary CHEMARTS collaboration between the School of Arts, Design and Architecture and the School of Chemical Engineering

  • Christian Kaiser, employed at the DITF Denkendorf’s Center for Mangement Research. Fields of research: Digital process chains for the garment industries and cooperations in the textile chain.

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