Bandung at a Glance
Dear Colleagues and our potential participants,
I am pleased and enthusiastic to welcome your participation in the 4th Indonesian Textile Conference, which will be held both online and offline, in the city of Bandung, Indonesia. Bandung is a wonderful city of culture, the capital of West Java, which is rich with history and great architecture from the past. It is also a center of textile industry dating back to the 19th century, and the hub of creative economy with a strong background in fashion.
The Indonesian Textile Conference (ITC) is an international event that was initiated and organized by Politeknik STTT Bandung since 2017 and is fully supported by the Ministry of Industry of Republic of Indonesia. The conference this year will be held in conjunction with the 100th anniversary of textile higher education in Indonesia dating back to the foundation of Textiel Inrichting Bandoeng (TIB) in 1922, which is now known as Politeknik STTT Bandung. We are the only government-owned higher education in textile technology in Indonesia and were previously widely known also as Institute of Textile Technology in the era of 1960-1980’s. This year conference is also co-hosted by Fashion and Textile Department of Saxion University of Applied Sciences.
I hope you will enjoy the conference as well as the city of Bandung.
The Chair of the Conference
Dr. Ida Nuramdhani, S.Si.T., M.Sc.
Remarks From The Director of Politeknik STTT Bandung
Dear colleagues and partners,
Indonesian Textile Conference is a biennially event that has been organized since 2014 by Politeknik STTT Bandung (which was formerly named School of Textile Technology). This is a scientific forum that aims to gather expertise in the fields of textile technology, garment and fashion. With the active involvement and participation from researchers, lecturers, practitioners, and even students, it is hoped that harmony between education, research, industry, and government will be more established. It is of course very strategic for the development of the national textile industry as well as textile science and technology.
On behalf of Politeknik STTT Bandung, I am cordially inviting you to our 4th Indonesian Textile Conference. Textile is one of the leading sectors and priority industries for Indonesia. It is in the Masterplan for the Development of National Industry 2015-2035 and is also one of the original five priority industries in the Making Indonesia 4.0 launched in 2018. The conference, in this context, is thus not only appropriate and important, but this year is particularly special because it is also a celebration of 100 years of textile education in Indonesia. Your participation and contribution in the conference, by sharing and exchanging ideas, invigorate the spirit of the celebration and collaboration. I hope that the results of this conference can contribute ideas for the Indonesia’s economic growth and development. Finally, I wish you all an insightful and rewarding discussion during the conference.
Director of Politeknik STTT Bandung
Tina Martina, A.T., M.Si.
Theme Textiles: Clothing & Beyond
Textile has been narrowly understood as just fabric and clothing but actually, it is more than that. Textile is a form of material with unique characteristics that makes it different from any other materials. It is flexible but also has strength and toughness. Its applications filled our days and cling to us from cradle to the grave. People do not realize that textiles and their products have long been used in industry, health, military, transportation, construction, architecture, and also infrastructure supports. The theme has been and will always become the tagline of the conference to represent the extent of coverage of textile application and hence an invitation for anyone having interest and involvement.
Topic of the 3rd ITC The Future of Textile and Fashion: At the Intersection of Advanced, Sustainable, and 4.0 Technologies
At the same time, textile technology has developed to be one of the most progressive areas of research and is making its way into different forms of interdisciplinary areas with many different fields of study. With all its unique properties textile has been studied and grown to be one of the most important advanced materials for many different applications beyond clothing. Green processes and clean production, sustainability, and circularity are becoming stronger issues that shape our perspective and perception and consequently the face and future of the textile industry anywhere in the world, including Indonesia.
In keeping up with the global challenge that rises with the advancement of Industry 4.0, the Indonesian government launched a national program of Making Indonesia 4.0 which officially marked the beginning of the Industry 4.0 era in Indonesia. Due to its strategic role in the national economic development and contribution to GDP (gross domestic product) as well as growth rate, the textile sector has been selected as one of the five original priority sectors in Making Indonesia 4.0. While the focus of Industry 4.0 is smart and efficient manufacture through digital transformation and connectivity, Society 5.0 makes use of the technology to build a smart society focusing on humans. Textile with its many forms and versatility as well as agility has been one of the preferred materials that interface the interaction of human with their surroundings for protection, health, and well-being.
The topic of the 3rd ITC is therefore “The Future of Textile and Fashion: At the Intersection of Advanced, Sustainable and 4.0 Technologies”.
The Indonesian Textile Conference was established as a biennial international conference by Politeknik STTT Bandung in 2014 initially under the name of Seminar Nasional Tekstil. Later on, in order to attract wider international participation, the conference changed its name to the Indonesian Textile Conference and became the 2nd ITC. The 3rd ITC was successfully held in 2019 which should be followed by the 4th ITC in 2021, but could not realize due to the ongoing pandemic situation of COVID-19. Now, the 4th ITC will be held in 2022 taking the moment of celebration for 100 years of Indonesian textile higher education at Politeknik STTT Bandung. From the beginning, it was clear that the vision for the conference is to become a respected and trusted neutral forum that brings together the expertise and research results from textile and closely-related different fields with a particular focus on Indonesia. The forum will be the window to see the world’s textile development, especially from developed countries, by presenting guest speakers from the world’s leading textile universities research centers and also participating speakers from abroad. Similarly, on the other hand, ITC is also expected to become the main reference for Indonesia’s textile development, particularly textile science and technology. This is by far the only international conference of textile science and technology in Indonesia.
End date for ABSTRACT SUBMISSION extended to May 31, 2022
- Advanced Textiles and Materials (ADV)
- Sustainable Textile and Fashion (STF)
- Implementation of 4.0 Revolution for the Future of Textile Industry (4.0)
- Textile Processing Technology (TPT)
- Special and Other Topics (SPE)
Dr. Agus Gumiwang Kartasasmita, M.Si.
Plenary Session 1
Prof. Vladan Koncar
Maud Kuppen, B.Sc., M.Sc.
Dr. Muhammad Ichwan, A.T., M.Eng.
Dr. Eng. Hendra, S.SiT., M. Tech
Plenary Session 2
Jemmy Kartiwa Sastraatmaja
Anne Patricia Sutanto
Elis Masitoh, S.SiT, MM.
Dr. Mohamad Widodo, A.T., M.Tech.
Papers or posters presented in the 4th ITC will be published in:
- Proceeding of 4th ITC (Indonesian International Textile Conference) with ISSN.
- Selected papers will be reviewed for publication in Tekstilec (Q3 journal in the field of textiles with SJR Index 0,27 in 2020). The journal publishes articles in Web of Science (WoS), in the ESCI database, indexed in ESCI as Early Access Indexing, as well as in Scopus.
- Selected papers are also directed to publication in IOP Science (in progress of application and waiting for approval).
- Poster presenters are invited to submit a full-paper if they want to have their works to be published in the proceeding.
- Professor Georgios Priniotakis – Professor in the Lab of Innovative Textile Technologies for Multifunctional Garments and Head of Department of Industrial Design and Production Engineering, University of West Attica (UNIWA), Piraeus, Greece
- Professor Monika Eigenstetter – Professor of Phsychology and Sustainable Industrial Engineering in Niederrhein University of Applied Science, Germany
- Assoc. Professor Tatjana Rizavec– Chief Editor of The Journal Tekstilec and Associate Professor of Textile Science in Dept. of Textiles, Graphic Arts and Design, University of Ljubljana, Slovenia
- Professor Ts. Dr. Mohd. Rozi Ahmad – Deputy Dean (Academic Affairs), Faculty of Applied Science, Universiti Teknologi MARA, Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
- Professor Dr. Bilal Zahid – Professor & Co-Chair Person in Department of Textile Engineering, NED University of Engineering, Karachi, Pakistan
- Dr. Noerati – Associate Professor (Lektor Kepala) in the area of Textile Fiber and Polymer in Dept. of Textile Chemistry, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Mohamad Widodo – Associate Professor (Lektor Kepala) in the area of Textile Fiber and Polymer and Textile Finishing in Dept. of Textile Chemistry, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Wiah Wardiningsih – Associate Professor (Lektor Kepala) in the area of Textile Testing and Textile Comfort in Dept. of Textile Engineering, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Ida Nuramdhani – Associate Professor (Lektor Kepala) in the area of Technology of Dyeing, Chemistry of Dyes, Smart Textiles, and Nanotechnology, in Dept. of Textile Chemistry, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Benny Malengier – Researcher in Dept. Materials, Textiles and Chemical Engineering, Universiteit Ghent, Belgium
- Dr. Pablo Diaz Garcia – Dept. of Textile Engineering, UPV (Universitat Politecnica De Valencia), Valencia, Spain
- Dr. Kahfiati Kahdar – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the area of Textiel Crafts, Faculty of Fine Art and Design, Institut Teknologi Bandung (ITB), Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Hardianto – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the area of Technology of Printing and Smart Textiles in Dept. of Textile Chemistry, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Atiyyah Binti Haji Musa – Lecturer and Researcher in Dept. of Textile Engineering, Universiti Teknologi MARA (UiTM), Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia
- Dr. Siti Hana Binti Nasir – Lecturer in the field of Textile and Apparel Technology in Universiti Tun Hussein Onn, Johor, Malaysia
- Dr. Muhammad Ichwan – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Technology of Dyeing and Natural nanomaterials in Dept. Textile Chemistry, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Dr. Eng. Hendra – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Technology of Weaving and Advanced Materials in Dept. of Textile Engineering, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Theresia Grevinga, M.A. – Course Director Master Innovatine Textile Development, Saxion University of Applied Sciences | Fashion and Textile Department, Enschede, Netherland
- Tina Martina, A.T., M.Si. – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Garment Production and Environmental Management in Dept. of Garment Production, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Sajinu AP, S.Teks., M.T. – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Technology of Weaving in Dept. Textile Engineering, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Gunawan, S.Si.T., M.Sc. – Senior Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Technology of Knitting in Dept. Textile Engineering, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia
- Asril Senoaji Soekoco, S.Si.T., M.T. – Lecturer and Researcher in the field of Technology of Spinning in Dept. Textile Engineering, Politeknik STTT Bandung, Indonesia