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Thüringisches Institut TITK

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Exhibition stand
Hall 4, Stand F34
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Topic: German Pavilion - Thuringia
Co-exhibitor with
LEG

Company Data

Thüringisches Institut für Textil-
und Kunststoff-Forschung e. V.
TITK

Breitscheidstr. 97
07407 Rudolstadt
Germany
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Fax: +49 3672 379 379

Contact(s)

Mr. Dr.-Ing. Christian Döbel
Group leader "Polymer electronics"
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Fax: +49 3672 379379

Facts

Type of company
Research

Year founded
1991

No. of employees
101-250 (Status: 2017)

Company profile

As a private institute for polymer materials research the Thuringian Institute for Textile and Plastics Research (TITK) works on industrial research. About 138 employees work on the area of 12,000 m² in close cooperation with industrial partners on the development and functionalization of polymer materials as well as the optimization of technologies and processes.
As a member of numerous national and international networks TITK performs as mediator between various branches for innovative solutions and market-oriented strategies.
Research fields are among others
- Synthesis of polymers or additives,
- Characterization, shaping and functionalization of polysaccharides, in particular cellulose and proteins,
- Technical Textiles,
- Fiber composites,
- Polymer nanocomposites,
- Polymer electronics,
- Polymer photovoltaics,
- Wet coating processes and
- Photo-, electro-, thermo- and solvatochromophore materials

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Products

Textiler Flächensensor

Textiler Flächensensor zur Sicherheitssteuerung kollaborativer Roboter Textile Sensorfasern werden zu einem Flächensensor mit beliebiger Auflösung verwebt, um die genaue Position von allen Personen, die die Fläche betreten, zu bestimmen. Die Sensorfasern werden im Schmelzspinnverfahren am TITK hergestellt ...read more

Piezofasern als Sensoren& Energiewandler

Textile Piezofasern werden am TITK entwickelt und produziert, die mechanische Energie in Echtzeit in elektrische wandeln. Die Fasern werden im Schmelzspinnverfahren hergestellt und sind damit sehr flexibel in Textilien oder Verbundwerkstoffe integrierbar bzw. auf bestehende Grundkörper applizierbar. ...read more

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