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EL-TEX to cover electrostatic evaluation of textile fabrics
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May '08
The Electrostatic and Electromagnetic Fields New Materials and Technologies will be held on 26-27 November 2008 in Lódz, Poland.

The Symposium is organised by the Textile Research Institute (IW) in Lódz, the Institute of Telecommunication, Teleinformatics and Acoustics (ITT&A) of the Technical University of Wroclaw, and the Polish Committee of Electrostatics (SEP), Warsaw.

El-Tex Symposium has been organised by the Textile Research Institute since 1994. On the 1st of July 2007 the Textile Research Institute was enlarged by the inclusion of the following formerly independent institutions:
- Institute of Textile Architecture (Instytut Architektury Tekstyliów – IAT)
- Institute of Textile Materials Engineering (Instytut Inzynierii Materialów Wlókienniczych)
- TRICOTEXTIL Institute of Knitting Techniques and Technologies (Instytut Technik i Technologii Dziewiarskich Tricotextil)

The main aim of El-Tex 2008 is the survey and promotion of scientific, technological and applicational developments and the exchange of experiences between experts representing different scientific disciplines.

The program will cover a selection of issues in the scope of:
- the effects of electromagnetic fields (EMF) onto human health,
- eliminating or restricting the hazards caused by the occurrence of static electricity,n environmental aspects of EMF,
- production methods and application of textile shielding materials,
- electrostatic evaluation of textile fabrics,

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