Forschungsinstitut für Textilchemie und Textilphysik

Research and Development
  • Textile Industry
Univ.-Prof. Dr. Tung Pham
Höchsterstraße 1
6850 Dornbirn
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The Research Institute for Textile Chemistry and Textile Physics was founded in 1982 as a scientific institute of the University of Innsbruck to increase the research and development activities in this important industrial field. It is situated in Vorarlberg, where a main part of the Austrian textile industry is located. The research at the Institute focuses on fundamental physico-chemical principles and mechanisms, and also on process engineering and development with industry partners.
  • The main research areas of the Institute include: Fibre research, textile dyeing processes, functional textiles, sustainable products, integration of functionality in garments, textiles in technical applications, textile and fibre reinforced composites, light weight products, near net shape manufacturing and surface as well as interface.
  • The endowed professorship "Advanced Manufacturing" currently complements and expands important fields of research at the Institute. It was started in 2016 and is occupied with materials science research, textile research and polymer science. To establish a worldclass research facility additional staff is needed. Take a chance and become part of an international team of ambitious researchers in a field with high future potential and a long history.
  • The Institute employs an international team of scientists, that work at different projects with other research institutes and companies.
  • The Institute is internationally well known for its excellence and appreciated by regional companies for its innovation impulses.
Working Areas
  • Chemicals & Food Technology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Plastics Technology
  • Production Technology
  • Research & Development
  • Textile
Career Chances
  • Project or Thesis

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