The Information Technologies for Statistical Analysis and Quality Control course includes basic issues of mathematical statistics and its application for the needs of the textile and clothing industry
The aim of the course is to acquaint
participants with the methodology of using ICT tools in designing and final printing process, to explain the basic features of the development of digital textile printing with emphasis
on modern research trends in this field explaining the different types of textile pre-treatment in digital printing.
The course includes basic aspects of textile printing technology in the context of
automation, modernization and implementation of ICT tools in the technological process of printing from the stage of design and
pattern preparation to the final product. What used to be called “silk screen” printing has been radically transformed into a high-tech industry with state-of-the-art equipment, and automated techniques.
course provides an overview of Technical textiles, and goes into detail on woven, knitted, nonwoven, and embroidered technical textiles. Technical textiles are often modelled for engineering applications, requiring a background in modelling.
The course has a practical orientation, giving the necessary knowledge about the programming of the flat knitting machines, starting from the design the knitted structure, going through the pattern making and reaching the parameters settings of the knitting process.
The course aims to introduce learners to the fundamentals of knitting process, focusing on the basic elements of the knitted structure, types of stitches and machines for their production, using lots of illustrative material, GIF and animations.