GEMTEX
Textile Research Laboratory

GEMTEX, TEXTILE REASEARCH LABORATORY


FIELDS OF RESEARCH

GEMTEX is a multidisciplinary national research laboratory of University of Lille/ENSAIT Engineer School aiming at developing advanced materials, processes and computational techniques for innovations of textile industry. GEMTEX is composed of 3 research groups, namely HCD (Human-Cerntered Design), MTP (Multifunctional Textiles and Processes) and MTC (Mechanics Textile Composites). Intelligent textiles (sensors, actuators and wearable systems) and textile sustainable development (LCA, circular economy, textile recycing, green materials) constitute two transversal research themes inside the Laboratory.

 


Platforms

Digital Textile Chain Platform
Multifunctional Textiles Platform
Textiles & Mechanics Platforms
Smart & Connected Textile Platform

The missions of the project mentoring committee, goals and strategy

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Projects per year
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current PhD students
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Researchers and technicians

THESIS DEFENSE OF QUENTIN DEPOERS

THESIS DEFENSE OF RITA SLEIMAN

THESIS DEFENSE OF NATALIE PERRAULT

16/12/2022

Quentin DEPOERS will defend his doctoral thesis on Thursday 16 December 2022. His research work focused on « Contribution to the study of an innovative braid architecture »

15/12/2022
Marjorie GARZON ALTAMIRANO will defend his doctoral thesis on Friday 9 December 2022. Her research work focused on « Design of dynamic hydrogel-based materials for near-IR thermal control textiles »

14/12/2022
Zhongchen HE will defend his doctoral thesis on Tuesday 6 December 2022. His research work focused on « 3D nanofibrous macrostructures for piezoelectric energy harvesting by electrospinning/electrospray of polyvinylidene fluoride material »

THESIS DEFENSE OF Hafiz Muhammad KALEEM ULLAH

THESIS DEFENSE OF MARJORIE GARZON ALTAMIRANO

THESIS DEFENSE OF Zhongchen he

13/12/2022

Hafiz Muhammad KALEEM ULLAH will defend his doctoral thesis on Thursday 13 December 2022. His research work focused on « Development of innovative bi-component fibres for thermal comfort textiles »

09/12/2022
Marjorie GARZON ALTAMIRANO will defend his doctoral thesis on Friday 9 December 2022. Her research work focused on « Design of dynamic hydrogel-based materials for near-IR thermal control textiles »

06/12/2022
Zhongchen HE will defend his doctoral thesis on Tuesday 6 December 2022. His research work focused on « 3D nanofibrous macrostructures for piezoelectric energy harvesting by electrospinning/electrospray of polyvinylidene fluoride material »