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Special Guest: Dr. Gayatri Keskar, Head of Research at Material ConneXion
Material ConneXion's material experts will discuss what’s new in the world of materials - and how it has changed in the last few months. What are the emerging technologies that will shape the new now? What types of materials are brands looking to as consumers rethink all aspects of everyday life?
We will consider three overarching trends: ‘Sustainability vs. Safety’, ‘The New Rules for Physical Interaction’, and ‘Home Base’. We'll also offer material examples for each to demonstrate their relevance.
( ! ) This event will be recorded and made available to academic members. Student registration is not required.
Dr. Keskar has played a key role in establishing Material ConneXion as a thought leader by developing curated content and presenting eco-innovative solutions at various conferences, webinars, and one-on-one client meetings. Dr. Keskar has served as a technical advisor to both start-ups and Fortune 500 companies including: NBCUniversal, Hunter Douglas, and Estée Lauder Companies.
She earned her Ph.D. in Materials Science and Engineering from Clemson University and holds numerous patents, issued and pending, in next-generation materials for consumer products.
Material ConneXion introduces brands to the world’s most innovative, sustainable materials - bridging the gap between brands and manufacturers. Our teams’ knowledge of industries, materials, and applications help identify and discover unexpected solutions to material problems. By monitoring 75+ trends and topics that influence industries and decision makers, we help brands stay ahead of the curve and better prepare for the future. Learn more about Material ConneXion →
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