A project dedicated to establishing the knowledge base essential to manufacture electronic yarns on a large-scale for commercial exploitation.

3rd International Conference on the Challenges, Opportunities, Innovations and Applications in Electronic Textiles

Research from the project was recently presented as part of an exhibition booth and poster presentations at the ‘3rd International Conference on the Challenges, Opportunities, Innovations and Applications in Electronic Textiles’ in Manchester, UK. Dr Arash Shahidi presented a poster entitled ‘Development of a manufacturing process for a robust electronic yarn’ which focussed on the … Continue reading 3rd International Conference on the Challenges, Opportunities, Innovations and Applications in Electronic Textiles

Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations

The ATRG have published a new research article on the development of a vibration sensing electronic yarn. The article ‘Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations’ focusses on the characterisation of the electronic yarn for a range of vibration amplitudes and frequencies that are relevant to hand transmitted vibrations at each stage … Continue reading Vibration-Sensing Electronic Yarns for the Monitoring of Hand Transmitted Vibrations


For enquiries about the project please contact Dr. Theodore Hughes-Riley at theodore.hughesriley@ntu.ac.uk


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