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Department of Textile Engineering 1957. www.aut.ac.ir. Dr. Hooshang Nosraty ( Associate Professor ) Head of Textile Engineering Department. AmirKabir University of Technology ( Tehran Polytechnic). Professor Alireza Rahai Chancellor, Amirkabir University of Technology. History.

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Dr. Hooshang Nosraty ( Associate Professor )

Head of Textile Engineering Department

history
History
  • Founded in 1957
  • More than 2638 graduates since 1961
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Department of Textile Engineering

  • The Department of Textile Engineering began its teaching and research activities in 1957 as the first of its kind in the country. It is one of the oldest departments of Amirkabir University of Technology and is active in the fields of Textile Chemistry, Fibre Science, Textile Technology, Clothing and Textile Management at BSc, MSc and PhD levels. The department is housed in an eleven-storey building covering an area of 27,000 square meters.
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Department of Textile Engineering

  • Currently has 5 Academic Groups.
    • Textile Chemistry
    • Fibre Science
    • Textile Technology
    • Clothing
    • Textile Management
    • Nano-fibrous structures
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Activities:

  • One of the teaching aims of DTE is to improve the technological skills of workers and professionals in the textile industry. Consequently, various courses are held by the department to achieve this aim. So far four long-term courses have been held for the Textile Industrial Committee of Iran and two are currently being held as well as a number of short-term courses according to the needs of the industrial centers and factories.
  • The research activities of DTE include:
  • Projects related to the dissertations and theses of studentsat all levels
  • Projects for industry
  • Independent research projects
  • Projects carried out in the man-made fibre research center
virtual education
Virtual Education:

Textile Industries Management Engineering

academic members
Academic Members

Professors: 6

Associate : 12

Assistant : 8

Lecturers : 4

Total : 30

graduate courses
Graduate Courses
  • Textile (Ph.D. Program)
      • PHYSIC AND MECHANIC OF FABRIC
      • MECHANICAL& RHEOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF FIBRES
      • NECESSARY COURSES REGARDING TO STUDENTS RESEARCH FIELD ( 6 COURSES EQUALS 18 UNITS )
      • QUALIFY EXAMINATION
      • DISSERTATION
graduate courses1
Graduate Courses
  • Textile Technology (Master Program)
      • ADVANCED FIBER PHYSICS
      • STATISTICS& RESEARCH METHODS
      • DATA ANALYSIS IN TEXTILE
      • ADVANCED FIBER PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
      • ADVANCED MATHEMATICS
      • STRUCTURAL MECHANICS OF YARN
      • STRUCTURAL THEORY OF FABRIC
      • BHYSICS OF TEXTILES
      • WEAVING DYNAMICS
      • MECHANISMS DESIGN
      • PROJECT
      • SEMINAR
graduate courses2
Graduate Courses
  • Textile Chemistry and Fiber Science (Master Program)
      • ADVANCED FIBER PHYSICS
      • STATISTICS& RESEARCH METHODS
      • ADVANCED MATHEMATICS
      • ADVANCED FIBER PRODUCTION TECHNOLOGY
      • CHEMISTRY OF SURFACE ACT. AGETS
      • ADVANCED POLYMER RHEOLOGY
      • ADVANCED SPECTROSCOPY
      • ADVANCED COLORIMETRY
      • ADVANCED MICROSCOPIC METHODS IN TEXTILE
      • ADVANCED MICROSCOPIC METHOD IN TEXTILE LABORATORY
      • SPECIAL SUBJECT IN TEXT. CHEMISTRY (I)
      • FIBER COMPOSITES
      • MECHANISM OF TEXTILE FINISHING
      • THERMAL ANALYSIS OF POLYMERIC MATERIALS AND FIBERS
      • PHYSICAL CHEMISTRY OF DYE ABSORPTION
      • PROJECT
      • SEMINAR
graduate courses3
Graduate Courses
  • Management Engineering of Textile Industries (MASTER PROGRAM)
      • ECONOMICS FOR MANAGERS
      • DECISION MAKING ANALYSIS
      • QUALITY & PRODUCTIVITY MANAGEMENT
      • TEXTILE PHYSICS
      • PROCESSES OF ADVANCED DYEING & FINISHING
      • ENVIRONMENT MANAGEMENT IN TEXTILE INDUST.
      • PROJECT
      • SEMINAR
graduate courses4
Graduate Courses
  • Nano Fibrious-Structures (MASTER PROGRAM)
      • QUANTUM PHYSIC
      • PHYSICS AND MECHANICS OF NANO-FIBERS STRUCTURES
      • ADVANCED STRUCTURES OF NANO-FIBERS
      • ADVANCED METHODS OF OPTIMIZATION AND MODELING
      • TECHNOLOGY AND PRODUCTION METHODS OF NANO-FIBROUS STRUCTURES
      • SPECIFICATION AND ANALYSIS OF NANO –FIBROUS STRUCTURES
      • ADVANCED MATHEMATICS
      • PROJECT
      • SEMINAR
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Centers of Excellence:

  • Center of Excellence on Modern Methods of Identification of Textiles
  • Center of Excellence on Functional Fibrous Structures and Environment
research centers and institutes
Research Centers and Institutes
  • Textile Industry and Man-Made Fibres
area of research
Area of Research
  • Smart fabrics
  • Chemical and biological protective clothes
  • Membrane textile
  • Color physics
  • Fiber Science
  • Electrospinning and anofibrous structures
  • Dyeing, printing, and finishing
  • Fiber-to-fabric manufacturing
  • Fiber spinning
  • Non-woven and man-made carpets
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Laboratories and Work Shops :

  • Fibre Science
  • Textile Finishing
  • Finished-Fabrics Quality Control
  • Statistical Quality Control
  • Fibre Physics
  • Thermal Analysis and IR spectroscopy
  • Optical Microscopy
  • Colorimetry
  • Electrospinning
  • Spinning Workshop
  • Weaving Workshop
  • Knitting Workshop
  • Melt Spinning Workshop
  • Clothing Technology Workshop
  • CAD Workshop
  • Non-woven Workshop
international collaborations
International Collaborations:
  • Professor Seyed Hossein Amirshahi, Invited Professor by European Commission Erasmus Mundus and Gjovik University College (Norway), 2008 and 2012
  • Dr Mohammad Karimi, Invited scientist by Helmholtz-Zentrum Geesthacht (HZG), Institute of Polymer Research (Germany), from 2003 to 2012
  • Dr Saeed Shaikhzadeh Najar, Excutive member of the Federation of Asia Professional Textile Association (FABTA)
  • Dr Seyed Hajir Bahrami, Executive member of the Federation of Asia Professional Textile Association (FABTA)