On the 8 - 10th July 2019, NTU is running a 3 day designing with e-textiles course. The Tutor for the course will be Sarah Walker, a PhD researcher and university lecturer at Nottingham Trent University. Sarah is an expert in textile design, e-textile design, and innovation management and has also run many smart textile workshops.
The course is primarily aimed at anyone who’s following a design-related degree at undergraduate or postgraduate level. It’s also open to lecturers, teachers and technicians who are new to the subject and who want to create products that bring together electronics and textiles.
NTU Designing With E-textiles Course 8 - 10th July 2019:
- Level(s) of study: Short course
- Study mode(s): Full-time
- Location: City Campus
- Starting: 8 July 2019
- Course duration: Three days
This course will introduce you to the phenomenon of smart e-textiles and also how to develop a concept that could be applied to fashion, interiors, architecture or textiles. By the end of this course, you’ll be able to identify the potential of e-textiles, understand how to make e-textile circuits and to also know what materials and equipment are required. You’ll have a concept in development along with a presentation that you can share with others.
On This Course You Will:
- Experiment with a full kit of e-textile materials
- Explore the design process in a multidisciplinary and collaborative way
- Develop your skills in creating a design concept
- See the NTU textiles department and the Advanced Textiles Research Lab
For more information and also signup links, please visit the course page on the NTU website.
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