FULL professor & research SUPERVISOR


Human Centered Design Group

  • Full Professor and Research Supervisor – Section CNU 61

Research Skills

  • Modelling, identification and simulation of textile structures
  • Modelling of the human body, clothing and the man/garment interface
  • Identifying and classifying physical restrictions of atypical morphotypes
  • Numerical tailor and the digital concept of mass customization for apparel
  • Garment simulation on virtual 3D human body
  • Analysis comfort related well-being of the wearer from 3D ease allowance

Research interests

  • Theme 1: Modeling, simulation and multi-scale perception of textile materials.
  • Theme 2: Modeling of the Human/Clothing/Environment interface.
  • Theme 3: Analysis and classification of typical and atypical human morphologies.
  • Theme 4: Development of a personalized co-creation process by integrating 3D virtual prototyping, human perception and knowledge.



  • Project Procore, development of an intelligent system to help in the creation of styles and clothes using fuzzy-neuronal techniques, Scientific collaboration with Hong Kong (Institute on Textiles and Clothing – PolyU), (2004-2006).

  • Project Arcus, development and sharing the material and human resources of the GRAISyHM with different University ofBulgaria, Romania and Serbia, privileged socio-economic sectors Transport, Textiles and Processes, (2006-2010).

  • Project C3ds, improvement of the sensory perception of textiles to promote the virtual fitting of products modeled in 3D by mastering the visual and sound effects, Project FUI, (2012-2016).

  • Project SMDTex, development of organizational solutions that optimize existing textile production, supply chain, transaction and product design, against the criteria of environment, society and human factors, Erasmus Mundus Program, (2012-2021).

  • Project Repar, creation of a synergy between research teams from different laboratories and institutions in the Nord-Pas de Calais region. Their different applications lead them to use generic approaches to signal and image segmentation and automatic classification, Regional project ARCIR, (2014 – 2017).

  • Project Digtex2, implementation of advanced technologies to dematerialize prototyping and design in the textile, fashion, retail and luxury sector, Project FUI, (2016 – 2019).

  • Project FDB_BModel, development of a business model based on the knowledge of small-scale fashion products by integrating innovative innovative services in a Big Data environment, European H2020 Program, (2017 – 2020).

  • Project Symphonies, development of digital twins for the design of products and the simulation of their impact on physiology in the field of phlebology, Project i-Demo, (2022 – 2026).


Handbook of “Approche multi-modèle de la caractérisation des structures textiles“ – Section Editor: Pascal BRUNIAUX – Hardcover ISBN-13: 978-613-1-56027-9 – Hardcover ISBN-10: 6131560277 – Hardcover EAN: 9786131560279 -Imprint: Universitaires Européennes – Published Date: 2011 – Page Count: 108




Until June 2022: 

  • 18 chapters in books
  • 82 papers published in peer-reviewed scientific journals
  • 120 papers presented in international scientific conferences
  • 4 plenary presentations in international conferences

List of publications on ResearchGate: Pascal-Bruniaux


  • Confection (2D numerical pattern making),
  • Textile digital chain (3D Design in Industrie),
  • Textile+ Confection (2D expert numerical pattern making),

  • Connected commerce (e-commerce, Website),
  • Virtual design and prototyping (management, innovation and fashion)


  • 2016    Gratitude Diploma for my activity in supporting and promoting the interests and image of “Gheorghe Asachi” Technical University of Iasi, Rector Professor Ion GIURMA
  • Since 2021 PEDR (Award for PhD students and research supervision) received annually from the French Ministry of National Education
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