EDANA actively supports students that are looking to do a career in the Nonwovens and related industries by providing different platforms to present their work and research to the industry.
In the frame of the Nonwovens Innovation Academy, EDANA provides Student grants. It covers the registration fee to the conference, two hotel nights, and agreed travel expenses. Note that grant allocations are subjected to submission and presentation of a research poster.
Eligible to apply for the Nonwovens Innovation Academy student grant:
To apply, students should send:
|Previous editions||Participants with a grant|
|2005: Palexpo - Geneva (Switzerland)||/|
|2006: ENSAIT – Roubaix (France)||12|
|2007: University of Leeds - Leeds (UK)||11|
|2008: STFI – Chemnitz (Germany)||13|
|2010: RWTH Aachen University – Aachen (Germany)||15|
|2012: SWEREA - Gothenburg (Sweden)||12|
|2013: CETI - Tourcoing (France)||12|
|2015: University of Leeds – Leeds (UK)||8|
|2017: STFI – Chemnitz (Germany)||15|
|2019 : DITF - Denkendorf (Germany)||14|
|2022: VTT - Jyväskylä (Finland)||12|
Posters should showcase research work that started in the previous academic year or is about on-going, academic research. Students and researchers can explain their research to delegates during the coffee and lunch breaks. Awards for the most outstanding poster presentation of students will be granted during the evening cocktail.
The winners will be invited to present their research at INDEX23.
Poster proposals should include one A4 summary of the research and 3-4 bullet points summarising the poster.
Format of the poster: A0
Guiding principles for the poster: Novelty - Significance - Rigour
Note: Add your contact details on the poster
The next edition of the Nonwovens Innovation Academy will take place in 2024 (location to be confirmed.