Plugandwear has the pleasure of inviting you to join: WEARABLE TECHNOLOGY – A HANDS ON ANALYSIS OF ELECTRONICS IN INNOVATIVE TEXTILES AND PROTOTYPE DEVELOPMENT workshop, organized by the University of Florence and with the participation of PlugandWear, from Nov. 13 to Nov. 15 in Florence – Italy. For more information click here We look forward to seeing you at this important event! Professors’ Bio Paola Puma is Senior Researcher in Fashion Design Degree of the College of Architecture of the University of Florence. She performs activities of research at the Architecture – Design, History, Project – Department. Lorenzo Capineri is associate professor of Electronics at the Department of Electronic Engineering of the University of Florence, Italy. His current research activities are in design of ultrasonic guided waves devices and pyroelectric sensor array, signal processing for pipes and landmines detection with ground penetrating radar. Troy Robert Nachtigall, fashion designer graduated at FIT, currently teaches courses at the University IUAV of Venice, University La Sapienza of Roma and the Institute of European Design.He invents new ways to dress and present fashion for lines such Calvin Klein, Jean Paul Gaultier Jeans, Hugo Boss, Hermes and Emilio Cavallini. Riccardo Marchesi is an electronic engineer with 25 years experience in R&D of textile machinery and technical textiles. He is Managing Director of Texe srl that specializes in metal fabrics for electromagnetic shielding and interior design. His current research activities at PlugandWear.com are conductive fabrics and interactive textiles.