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VortragAutorSessionJahr
ICAC – A Force for Good for Cotton?Kai HughesI: Keynotes2018
How Cotton Can Avoid Becoming WoolRobert AntoshakI: Keynotes2018
Cotton Market Outlook and Risk ManagementEugen Weinberg / Michael AltI: Keynotes2018
An Interactive Mobile App for Dryland Small Scale Cotton Farmers Developed by the Cottonhand CompanyWalter SimeoniII: Digitalization on the Field, in Processing and on the Market2018
Contamination Control in SpinningIris BiermannII: Digitalization on the Field, in Processing and on the Market2018
Digital Textile MicrofactoryThomas FischerII: Digitalization on the Field, in Processing and on the Market2018
Whats New in Cotton?Bruce AtherleyIII: Innivative Textile and Technical Cotton Based Products2018
Innovative 3D Cotton Textiles Ensuring Thermo-Physiological CompfortMalgorzata MatusiakIII: Innivative Textile and Technical Cotton Based Products2018
Thermobonded Composites Made with Cotton (CO) and Polylactic Acid (PLA) Fibres for Technical ApplicationsFranziska StehleIII: Innivative Textile and Technical Cotton Based Products2018
Cotton fibre-reinforced composites for injection moulding and 3D printingMilan KelchIII: Innivative Textile and Technical Cotton Based Products2018
A reduced spinning process with the option of handling a higher non-lint contentArmin LederIV: Textile Processing2018
Processing characteristics of TENCEL® LF / cotton blends on Rieter’s 4 end spinning systemsHarald SchwipplIV: Textile Processing2018
spinitsystems® – Fibre-to-Fabric Single Jersey production. A game-changing technology made by Mayer & Cie.Michael TuschakIV: Textile Processing2018
Foam Indigo Dyeing of Cotton Yarns: New Technology for an Ancient DyeDean EthridgeIV: Textile Processing2018
Spinners Demands on Future Cotton PropertiesAxel Drieling / Karsten FröseV: Cotton Quality and Testing2018
First Experience of the Automated Stickiness Testing with Loepfe Fibermap / Mesdan ContestSandra MeierV: Cotton Quality and Testing2018
Experience Measuring Extraneous Material in Cotton Sample by Contest® and Fibermap® Uzi Mor / Daniela MessaV: Cotton Quality and Testing2018
Assessing Raw Cotton on Predicted Yarn Quality: A New Approach to Marketing CottonStuart GordonV: Cotton Quality and Testing2018
Verifying Cotton Provenance - Oritain FingerprintingSam LindVI: Tracebility from Field to the Shelf - Demands, Options and Limitations2018
The Challenge of Traceability in the Cotton IndustryPaul StenningVI: Tracebility from Field to the Shelf - Demands, Options and Limitations2018
Promoting sustainability and product safety through DNA-based tracersGediminas MikutisVI: Tracebility from Field to the Shelf - Demands, Options and Limitations2018
Sustainable Cotton Traceability Platform and Integrated Supply Chain Programme Business ModelHeinrich SchultzVI: Tracebility from Field to the Shelf - Demands, Options and Limitations2018
otton Diaries - From Crops to ClothMarzia LanfranchiVII: Sustainability in Cotton and Textile Production2018
Obsolete or Complementary: Cotton Standards and the OECD Due Dilligence GuidelinesSimon FerrignoVII: Sustainability in Cotton and Textile Production2018
The Generation and Aquatic Biodegradation of Microfibers Produced from Laundering FabricsRichard VendittiVII: Sustainability in Cotton and Textile Production2018
Coordinated Resources Linking the Genome to Cotton ImprovementDon JonesVIII: The Future of Cotton Breeding and Production2018
Breeding and Genetic Improvement of G. Herbaceum Desi Cotton in IndiaDilipkumar PatilVIII: The Future of Cotton Breeding and Production2018
The Feasibility of Blending Cotton at the Gin Instead of the Spinning MillMarinus van der SlujisIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Ginning: A Method to Measure its Specific Impact on Fiber QualityJean-Paul GourlotIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Effects of Saw Ginning, Roller Ginning, and Lint Cleaning on Fiber Length Uniformity IndexCarlos ArmijoIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Traceability of GMO-Free Cotton from the Seed to the ShirtChristin GlöcknerIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Detection and Quantification of Stickness on Cotton Samples Using Near Infrared Hyperspectral ImagesLiv SeverinoIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Developing a Color Diagram for the Egyptian CottonsGuntram KuglerIX: Research - Gaining Insights2018
Examination of a sample is likely to be a cotton plant found above an Egyptian mummyAbeer Samir ArafaPoster2018
Comparative Analysis off Biophysical Fabric Properties in Aspect of their Use in the Reference Clothing for Comfort TestingIwona Frydrych, Grazyna Bartkowiak, Agnieszka GresztaPoster2018
Development of a New Seed Cotton RegeneratorRinat A. Gulyaev, P.N. Borodin, E.B. KurbanbaevPoster2018
Advanced fiber characteristics - by improving them with carbon nanotubes (CNT)M. Hahn, A. Petr, R. Heider, J. Hesselbach, S. HampelPoster2018
Field Robots – A New World for CottonKater HakePoster2018
Reducing the Water Footprint of the Global Cotton‐Textile Industry: Efficient Use of Advanced Dyeing Chemicals, Technologies and Wastewater Treatment in PakistanOliver HeßPoster2018
Catalytically enabled low-temperature bleaching of cottonLiz ManningPoster2018
Egyptian cotton traceabilityMohamed NegmPoster2018
High quality naturally colored cotton fibersJames OlveyPoster2018
The investigation of the sources on cotton contaminants in Aegian RegionFeride Öncan SümerPoster2018
Trends in Global Cotton Supply and DemandLyman StonePoster2018
Friction Measurements on Cotton Fiber Bundles and Single FibersAlex ThomassonPoster2018
Minutes WelcomeTerry TownsendWelcome 2016
Minutes Session ITerry TownsendI: Keynotes2016
Partnership for sustainable TextilesHelmut FischerI: Keynotes2016
Responsible Crop ProductionDahlen HancockI: Keynotes2016
Sustainability is the New Premium JeansTyler ColeI: Keynotes2016
Minutes Session IITerry TownsendII: Cotton in Competition2016
Product Developments in Manmade Fibres: Is Cotton Able to Compete?Bruna AngelII: Cotton in Competition2016
Policy-Driven Causes for Cotton’s Decreasing Market Share of FibresDean EthridgeII: Cotton in Competition2016
Innovative Technical Options for New Cotton ProductsMark MessuraII: Cotton in Competition2016
Minutes Session IIITerry TownsendIII: Cotton Quality, Properties and Testing2016
Managing a Spinning Mill with Quality in MindMona Qaud and Iris BiermannIII: Cotton Quality, Properties
and Testing
2016
Innovations in USDA Cotton ClassificationDarryl EarnestIII: Cotton Quality, Properties and Testing2016
Cotton Moisture: Importance in Practice and Suitable Measurement OptionsChris Delhom and James Rodgers III: Cotton Quality, Properties
and Testing
2016
Comprehensive Cotton Testing to Obtain the Full Fiber Profile Relevant for the Preparation Process and the Yarn QualityDaniela Messa and Sandra MeierIII: Cotton Quality, Properties
and Testing
2016
Minutes Session IVTerry TownsendIV: New Directions in Cotton Breeding and Consumer Reception2016
Cotton Breeding: Developments and OpportunitiesRafiq ChaudhryIV: New Directions in Cotton
Breeding and Consumer
Reception
2016
Cotton Breeding both High Tech and NaturalKater HakeIV: New Directions in Cotton Breeding and Consumer Reception2016
Plant Breeding as an Integral Part of Sustainable AgricultureDirk ZimmermannIV: New Directions in Cotton Breeding and Consumer Reception2016
The European Consumers' Feeling on BiotechnologyRainer SchlatmannIV: New Directions in Cotton Breeding and Consumer Reception2016
Progress in Detecting and Removing Cotton Contaminants in SpinningChristoph Färber, Armin LederV: High-Tech in Textile Processing2016
Autoconer 6 - FX Technologies for Cotton ProcessingPeter GoeldenV: High-Tech in Textile Processing2016
Latest Technologies for Functional Coating of Cotton ProductsThomas StegmaierV: High-Tech in Textile Processing2016
Options and Viability of Textile RecyclingBernd GulichV: High-Tech in Textile Processing2016
Cell Solution® Lyocell Speciality fibers and their properties and functions in cotton blendsGerhard NeudorferVI: Innovative Cotton Products2016
Bioinspiration and Biomimicry: Possibilities for Cotton ByproductsGreg HoltVI: Innovative Cotton Products2016
Natural Fibres and innovative Biomaterials for Medical ApplicationMichael WöltjeVI: Innovative Cotton Products2016
Collaborative Cotton Mechanization Project in IndiaGusvinder SinghVII: Cotton Production Around the World2016
Innovations in High-Yielding Cultivation and Achieved Results in AustraliaAllan WilliamsVII: Cotton Production Around the World2016
Trends in Global Cotton Supply / Demand and TradeLyman StoneVII: Cotton Production Around the World2016
The Past and the Present of China’s ELS Cotton ProductionTian LiwenVII: Cotton Production Around the World2016
Uzbek Cotton: Competitive Advantages and Achievements in Cotton ScienceRinat GulyaevBreakout: Research results as a basis for innovation2016
A Study on Cotton Fibre Elongation MeasurementShouren YangBreakout: Research results as a basis for innovation2016
Breaking the fiber quality ceiling - Limitations of cotton fibers bundle testingEric HequetBreakout: Research results as a basis for innovation2016
Polyphosphazenes as Halogen Free Flame RetardantsThomas Mayer-GallBreakout: Research results as a basis for innovation2016
Minutes Session VIIITerry TownsendVIII: Responsible Crop Protection2016
IPM Approach in Non BT Cotton - A Way of LifeMenahem YogevVIII: Responsible Crop Protection2016
Sustainable crop production and IPM in developing countriesFrancesca ManciniVIII: Responsible Crop Protection
2016
Why So Much Use of Insecticides in Cotton ProductionSebastião BarbosaVIII: Responsible Crop Protection2016
Bayer’s View on Crop Protection in CottonMartin MärklVIII: Responsible Crop Protection
2016
BCI's Approach to Crop ProtectionDamien SanfilippoVIII: Responsible Crop Protection2016
Cotton Crop Protection by Local Means Christoph KautVIII: Responsible Crop Protection2016
From Dx to Rx - Curing Cotton Supply ChainsJo Greenwood, Applied DNA SciencesPoster2016
The new technology for humidification of seed cotton before ginning and cotton fiber before pressingRinat Gulyaev, Uzpakhtaexport JSCPoster2016
Identity Preservation has Many UsesKater Hake, Cotton IncorporatedPoster2016
Developing a DNA-Based Technology for Identifying the Presence of Egyptian Cotton Fibers in Various Textile ProductsMohamed Negm, Suzan Sanad, Cotton Research InstitutePoster2016
New applications for cotton-Poster 1Hochschule für Künste, BremenPoster2016
New applications for cotton-Poster 3Hochschule für Künste, BremenPoster2016
New applications for cotton-Poster 2Hochschule für Künste, BremenPoster2016
New applications for cotton-Poster 4Hochschule für Künste, BremenPoster2016
ICAC: Serving the World Cotton CommunityJ. D. SetteKeynotes2014
Impact of China’s Policies on World Cotton ConsumptionRay ButlerKeynotes2014
Xinjiang Cotton Production: Status and its ProblemsTian LiwenDevelopments in Cotton Production2014
Achievements and Perspectives of Cotton “omics” in UzbekistanIbrokhim AbdurakhmonovDevelopments in Cotton Production2014
Cotton Fibre Quality:
Hoch Much Comes from the Field?
Ciro RosolemDevelopments in Cotton Production2014
Soft Cotton Knitting Yarn with Air-jet TechnologyVera StepanskaNew Technologies in Textile Processing2014
Comfort and Function:Current Trends in Cotton FinishingMarkus OberthürNew Technologies in Textile Processing2014
Cotton - Fashion - Quality An Exciting World full of Seemingly Contradictions - Filed Report of a Company in the Area of Garment Finishing and Quality AssuranceBernhold Emme-ZumpeNew Technologies in Textile Processing2014
Breeding for Better Fiber Elongation:A Key to Improve Yarn Tensile PropertiesEric HequetCotton Measurement2014
Possibilities for Measuring Cotton in the Field and Outside the Laboratory: For Breeding, Production, Ginning, the WarehouseJames RodgersCotton Measurement2014
Accurate Trash Measurement and its Significance in Cotton ChainHossein GhorashiCotton Measurement2014
Simulate, Print and Go - Digital Assistance for Design, Development and Printing for Customized ProductionAlexander ArtschwagerNew Products and New Properties2014
Cotton, Mixed or Functionalised in Cosmetic, Medical, and Biotechnological Applications - Technical and Market AspectsSiegfried BankNew Products and New Properties2014
Evaluating Cotton Utilisation in Nowoven TextilesKishor LuitelNew Products and New Properties2014
New Technologies in Breeding to Meet Consumer DemandsBrent CrosslandCotton - A Wider View2014
Opportunities for Sourcing & Value Addition in Africa‘s Cotton, Textile and Apparel Value ChainRajeev AroraCotton - A Wider View2014
The UK WOOL INDUSTRY EXPERIENCEPeter AckroydCotton - A Wider View2014
Cotton and Water - An Agricultural PerspectiveEdward M. BarnesGlobal Responsibilty:
Panel Discussion on Water Consumption
2014
Irrigation Management Under Water ShortageMenahem YogevGlobal Responsibilty:
Panel Discussion on Water Consumption
2014
What connects Margarine and Denim?Beda M. StadlerCotton and Textiles2012
Future Challenges of the European Textile IndustryFrancesco MarchiCotton and Textiles2012
Constraints to Fiber ProductionTerry TownsendCotton and Textiles2012
Sustainability in KiK‘s Supply ChainMichael ArretzCotton and Textiles2012
Future View on Fibers and TextilesJiri MilitkyCotton and Textiles2012
The ICAC Cotton Researcher of the Year ProgrammeRafiq ChaudhryCotton and Textiles2012
Barriers to breeding high fiber quality cotton varietiesFred BourlandCotton and Textiles2012
The impact of High Speed Roller Ginning on Yarn QualityDevron ThibodeauxCotton Production2012
Predicting Yarn Quality: An indispensable tool for cotton breedersEric HequetCotton Production2012
Challenges and prospects of cotton production in PakistanSyed Hassan RazaCotton Production2012
The Impact of the use of chemical crop Protection on the CO2 - balance of agricultural crops (Ex. Cotton)Rüdiger SchaubCotton Production2012
ICA Bremen Certification of Laboratories: b) Technical prerequisites and according CSITC Round Trial DataAxel DrielingCotton Quality, Testing and Research2012
Within and Between Bale Variability of Instrumental Data: Measurement and Practical Incidence on Cotton Trading for Cotton Produced in AfricaJean-Paul GourlotCotton Quality, Testing and Research2012
Investigating the origin of cotton in yarn using multivariate isotope profilesWolfram Meier-AugensteinCotton Quality, Testing and Research2012
Cottonscope - a new instrument for maturity and fineness measurements: a) Instrument designGeoff NaylorCotton Quality, Testing and Research2012
Cottonscope - a new instrument for maturity and fineness measurements: b) Experimental Results and ExperiencesJames RodgersCotton Quality, Testing and Research2012
Testing polyester staple fibers for estimating their processing behavior in open-end spinningGuntram KuglerNew Cotton Products and Fibre Processing2012
ITMA News on CottonUwe HeitmannNew Cotton Products and Fibre Processing2012
Cotton Carding Technology in 2012: A Status Report on the Latest Machine DevelopmentsChristoph FärberNew Cotton Products and Fibre Processing2012
The range and advantages of four different spinning systemsTarun GulatiNew Cotton Products and Fibre Processing2012
Development of Metrics to Measure Agricultural SustaínabilityBill M. NormanFibre Competition and Synergies2012
A Life Cycle Assessment of the Cotton Textile ChainPatricia O‘LearyFibre Competition and Synergies2012
Cotton blends with TENCEL® and Lenzing Modal®Dieter EichingerFibre Competition and Synergies2012
Cotton versus synthetics - the consumer perspectiveAllen TerhaarFibre Competition and Synergies2012
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