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INDA’s RISE Conference includes Nanofibres for the Third Millennium

The February ‘Nanofibres for the Third Millennium’ symposium includes key applications, nanofibre operations, and several nanofibre production processes.

5th September 2014

Innovation in Textiles
 |  Cary, NC

Medical/Hygiene, Sustainable

The conference will be held from 10-12 February, in Miami, FL.


INDA’s RISE Conference has been connecting technical innovation in engineered fabrics with practical applications since 2010. It is a conference growing in appeal to business/product development professionals, innovation teams, product managers, research engineers, and other technical scouts.

 “Our RISE Conference aligns with the element of our mission to provide thought-leadership in innovation and technology.  Adding the N3M symposium on nanofibres as enhancements to nonwovens brings attendees an exciting new area that simply cannot be ignored by forward looking companies,” said Dave Rousse, President of INDA.

“Having the conference in sunny Miami in February should represent an attractive venue, so we are looking for this to be our best RISE yet.”

N3M symposium

The February N3M symposium includes key applications, nanofibre operations, and several nanofibre production processes. Applications to be covered include Air/Liquid Filtration, Life Sciences (wound care and tissue scaffolding), and Energy Storage (fuel cells and battery separators).  

“We created the N3M conference as a platform for bringing leaders in fine fibre product design together in 2008.  Following the success of our sponsorship in Europe, North America, and Asia, we're excited to be working with an association of INDA's caliber,” commented Ales Gardian, Chief Technology Officer, Elmarco, S.R.O.

The RISE and N3M conference opens with a Monday night Welcome Reception at a Miami venue yet to be determined with conference presentations to begin Tuesday morning.  Sessions include Spunmelt Technology, Surface Treatments and Modifications, New Fibres and Materials, and Novel Properties, among others.

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