Fabrication of Smart Clothing: From Machine Learning Approach to Fashion Design Concepts

Nowadays, wearable devices attract a lot of attention, especially in the healthcare field. But translating all devices to wearable devices always comes with challenges. Some of the challenges are lack of knowledge about the application of different materials in smart textiles, limitation of developed smart textiles in practical application, no significant dedication in designing clothing by considering the limits, etc. So, this proposal is trying to address those gaps.

Multifunctional modified cotton composite with antiviral, antibacterial, dye adsorption and UV protection properties

Nowadays the spread of different kinds of pathogens such as bacteria and viruses like COVID-19, dyes, heavy metals, etc. into the environment cause a threat for all human beings, living microorganisms, and nature.

Non-Invasive Real-time Glucose-Monitoring Smart Textiles

You may have heard of monitoring heart rate in a smartphone using lasers for measurement. Now think of having the wristband or some other wearable gadget and your health status is monitored in your smartphone or your doctors' cloud. Glucose is one of these parameters that can be measured by this wearable device but the challenge is measuring the concentration of glucose in sweat which is almost 1000 times lower than the glucose in the blood. Our group could measure these ultra-low levels of glucose in synthetized sweat.

Multifunctional anti-viral membranes for removing pathogens

Nowadays the spread of different kinds of pathogens such as bacteria and viruses like COVID-19, dyes, heavy metals, etc. into the environment cause a threat for all human beings, living microorganisms, and nature.