BCG20BR – BAYER COTTON CONFERENCE BREMEN 2020

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BCG20BR – BAYER COTTON CONFERENCE BREMEN 2020

Datas 23/03 a 27/03/2020

DIA 23  09:30 – 12:00  ICAC Task Force on CommercialStandardization of Cotton Testing [CSITC]  Observers Welcome  BBB 405/406  12:00 – 13:00  Universal Standard Agreement  BBB 407  14:00 – 18:00  ITMF Cotton Testing Committee  Observers Welcome  BBB 405/406    

DIA 24  09:00 – 13:00  Young Professionals Programme  Creating the Cotton World of 2040  BBB 506  09:00 – 13:00  ITMF Cotton Testing Committee (cont.)  Observers Welcome  BBB 406  10:00 – 18:00  SUSTAIN  Weser Kurier Event  Glocke  13:00 – 17:00  Conference Registration  International Cotton Conference Bremen  BBB Foyer  14:00 – 18:00  Spinning & Textile Seminar  [FIBRE, BBB, ITMF, IVGT]  BBB 406  17:30  SUSTAIN Reception  Weser Kurier Event  Glocke  19:00  President’s Diner  Evening Event – on INVITATION ONLY  to be announced    

DIA 25  08:00 – 18:00  Conference Registration  International Cotton Conference Bremen  Town Hall  09:45 – 10:30  Conference Opening  Kristina Vogt  Senator for Economics, Labour and Europe, Bremen, Germany  Jens Lukaczik  President, Bremer Baumwollbörse, Bremen, Germany  Axel Herrmann  Director, Faserinstitut Bremen e.V. (FIBRE), Bremen, Germany  Town Hall  10:30 – 12:15  Conference Keynote Session: Cotton and Textiles  Chairman: Bill Ballenden, Dragontree, Swindon, UK  Kai Hughes, Executive Director, ICAC, Washington DC, USA  Andreas Streubig, Director Global Sustainability, Hugo Boss AG, Metzingen, Germany  Rüdiger Senft, Head of Sustainability, Commerzbank, Frankfurt a.M., Germany  Town Hall  12:00 – 13:00  Committee for Standards and for the Determination of Value Differences and for Price Quotations  BBB 405  12:15 – 12:30  Presentation Young Professionals  Mark Messura  Town Hall  13:30 – 15:30  Conference Session II: A Wider View  Chairman: Thomas Schneider, HTW, Berlin, Germany  Cotton in a digital supply chain  Mark Messura, Cotton Incorporated, Cary, NC, USA  The Secret Ingredient for on time, low cost and high-quality cotton garments  Roger Gilmartin, Tri-Blend Consulting, Charlotte, NC, USA  Developments in the cotton, textile & apparel value chain in Africa  Navdeep Singh Sodhi (requested),  Gherzi Textil Organisation AG, Switzerland  Women in Cotton Initiative  Amy Jackson, ICA, Liverpool, UK  Town Hall  15:30 – 16:00  Introduction to the Posters / Coffee Break  Town Hall  16:00 – 18:00  Conference Session III: Innovative textile and technical products  Chairman: Michael Jänecke, Messe Frankfurt Exhibition GmbH, Frankfurt, Germany  Use of sustainable cotton fibres in Euro banknotes  Bernadette O’Brien, European Central Bank, Frankfurt a. M., Germany  Material farming: growing cotton with unique functions  Filipe Natalio, Weizmann Institute of Science, Rehovot, Israel  Innovative cotton fabrics for interior textiles and functional apparel  Matthias Böhme / Daniel Odermatt, Textile Solutions & Consulting / Norafin / Stotz Fabrics, Germany / Switzerland  3D design of cotton/flax clothing aiding the medical treatment of skin diseases  Iwona Frydrych, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz,Poland  Town Hall  16:00 – 18:00  Conference Session IV: Textile Processing  Chairman: Stefan Schmidt, IVGT e.V., Frankfurt a.M., Germany  Challenges and technologies for processing recycled raw materials in spinning mills  Stephan Baz, DITF, Denkendorf, Germany  Spinning with a high short fiber content  Harald Schwippl, Rieter Machine Works Ltd., Winterthur, Switzerland  TC19i with T-GO: A new chapter in carding technology  Ansgar Paschen, Trützschler Spinning GmbH, Mönchengladbach, Germany  Cotton Contamination – Experiences with Total Contamination Control  Oswald Baldischwieler, Uster Technologies AG, Uster, Switzerland  

DIA 26  08:00 – 17:00  Conference Registration  International Cotton Conference Bremen  Town Hall  08:00 – 10:00  Conference Session V: Cotton Quality and Testing  Chairman: Darryl Earnest, USDA, AMS, Cotton Program, Memphis, TN, USA  Contaminants in cotton – still a major issue for high quality products  Marinus van der Sluijs, Textile Technical Services, Geelong, VIC, Australia  Steps towards suitable stickiness test results for trading and processing  Jean-Paul Gourlot; Axel Drieling, CIRAD, Montpellier, France; Faserinstitut Bremen e.V., Bremen, Germany  Stickiness measurement in the cotton quality testing  Gabriele Salvinelli, MESDAN S.p.A.,Puegnago del Garda, Italy  The important role of the Universal Cotton Standards  James Knowlton, USDA, AMS, Cotton Program, Memphis, TN, USA  Town Hall  10:00 – 10:30  Presentation of the Young Professionals Posters / Coffee Break  Town Hall  11:00 – 13:00  Conference Panel Discussion: Panel Discussion: Circular Economy – the Future?  Chairman: Simon Ferrigno, Sustainable & Organic Farm Systems, Derby, UK  Pamela Ravasio, Shirahime, Adliswil, Switzerland  Kjersti Kviseth, 2025 Design, Jar, Norway  Rolf Heimann, hessnatur Stiftung, Butzbach, Germany  Mary Ankeny, Cotton Incorporated, Cary, NC, USA  Ernst Grimmelt, Velener Textil GmbH, Velen, Germany  Town Hall  12:00 – 14:00  CICCA (on Invitation only)  Meeting and Lunch  BBB 405/406  13:30 – 15:15  Conference Session VII: Annual Guest Country: Ethiopia  Chairman: Sileshi Lemma (requested), ETIDI , Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  Session Opening  Her Excellency Mrs Mulu Solomon Bezuneh (req.), Ambassador of the F.D.R. of Ethiopia, Berlin, Germany  Cotton production, quality and future prospects in Ethiopia  Mesele Mekuria / Asefa Aga (requested), ETIDI / ECPGEA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  Status, current developments and future plans for the development of the textile/garment industry in Ethiopia  Goshu Negash (requested), ETGAMA, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  Experience with building up new processing capacity in Ethiopia for Ethiopian companies  Eyob Bekele (requested), DESTA PLC, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia  Experience of an international company with investments in textile/garment industry in Ethiopia  Jabar (requested), DBL Group / Velocity Apparel, Ethiopia  Town Hall  15:15 – 15:45  Introduction to the Posters / Coffee Break  Town Hall  15:45 – 17:30  Conference Session VIII: Breeding, Production, Ginning  Chairman: Gaylon Morgan, Cotton Incorporated, Cary, NC, USA  Deltapine Variety Yield and Fiber Quality Improve¬ments in the US from the pre-transgenic era (1980’s) to 3rd generation traited varieties (2018-2019)  David Albers, Bayer Crop Science, St. Louis, MO, USA  Robotics in cotton harvesting  Alex Thomasson, Texas A&M University, College Station, TX, USA  Plastic Detection and Removal Systems: Research and Working Solutions for Cotton Gins  Greg Holt, USDA-ARS, Lubbock, TX, USA  Cotton in India  Akhil Kakkirala, Kaveri Exports, Hyderabad, India  Town Hall  17:30  Farewell Speach  Axel Drieling, Faserinstitut Bremen e.V., Bremen, Germany  Elke Hortmeyer, Bremer Baumwollbörse, Bremen, Gremany    Town Hall  20:00  BREMEN COTTON NIGHT  (Opening at 19:00)  Ratskeller    

DIA 27  09:00 – 11:00  Conference Session IX: Expert Insights I – technical insights    Chairman: Erich Ingelsberger, Textechno Herbert Stein GmbH & Co. KG, Mönchengladbach, Germany  Lint cleaner feed mechanisms affect fiber length uniformity  Carlos Armijo, USDA-ARS Southwestern Cotton Ginning Res. Lab., Mesilla, NM, USA  Production of carded compact cotton yarn of comparable quality to the combed conventional ring yarn  Mohamed Negm, Cotton Research Institute, Giza, Egypt  New insert reduces yarn hairiness of fine count ring spun yarns  Stuart Gordon, CSIRO Agriculture and Food, Waurn Ponds, Victoria, Australia  Developments and implementation of HVI elongation standards  Chris Delhom, USDA Agricultural Research Service, New Orleans, LA, USA  BBB 406  11:30 – 13:30  Conference Session X: Expert Insights II – conceptional insights    Chairman: Allan Williams, CRDC, Narrabri, Australia  Passion for Sustainability  Suzanne Barratt, BASF, Ecully, France  Challenges and prospects of organic cotton: Experience of bioRe as pioneering entity  Vivek Kumar Rawal, bioRe India, Kasrawad, India  Monitoring cotton fields from space with radar satellite data  Sabrina Melchionna, Melchionna – Remote Sensing, Bremen, Germany  Interaction between the human body and textiles  Malgorzata Matusiak, Lodz University of Technology, Lodz, Poland  BBB 406  11:30 – 15:00  Open Laboratory  Bremen Cotton Exchange and EcoMaT  BBB Laboratory 

Benefícios

  • A Conferência semestral de algodão de Bremen é onde especialistas mundiais de compras de tecidos se reúnem. A conferência oferece um fórum de ideias cientificamente fundamentadas e úteis sobre questões-chave relacionadas à produção de algodão, processamento têxtil e produtos inovadores baseados em algodão.    Uma semana emocionante e interessante de algodão espera por você. De segunda a sexta-feira, a conferência será cercada por inúmeros seminários, grupos de trabalho e reuniões da força-tarefa, além do evento noturno "Bremen Cotton Night". A semana do algodão fornece o terreno perfeito para networking, negócios, política e socialização.

Condições

  • Parte aérea (Origem/Bremen/Origem) *Transfer (Aeroporto/Hotel/Aeroporto)
  • Seguro Viagem *4 noites Radisson Blu Hotel Bremen (Acomodação simples – SGL)
  • nscrição Cotton Conference
  • O resgate contempla o pacote completo (AÉREO + HOSPEDAGEM + INGRESSO)


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BCG20BR – BAYER COTTON CONFERENCE BREMEN 2020