Proceeding Indonesian Textile Conference

Dear colleagues,

Welcome to our official website of the 3rd Proceeding Indonesian Textile Conference (ITC) 2019. It is our great honor and responsibility to host the ITC 2019.

ITC 2019 will be held on Saturday, July 27th, 2019 in Bandung, Indonesia.  It is organized by Politeknik STTT Bandung, which is also known formerly as School of Textile Technology in the 1981-2014. Established in 1922 by the Dutch administration, Textielinrichting Bandoengen Batik Proefstation as it was known was founded to support the flourishing textile industry in the colony and since then has evolved to become a respected textile higher education in Indonesia. Within the span of almost one hundred years old of our existence, we have changed our name several times, including Institute of Textile Technology (ITT) in 1966-1981,  and Politeknik STTT Bandung is the most current as of 2014.

Indonesian Textile Conference is by far the only scientific event in the field of textiles in Indonesia aimed to bring together leading researchers, experts, students and people from the industry to share their knowledge and exchange scientific ideas. In a global economy and fast changing world, the future of Indonesian textile industry will increasingly depend on the industry’s ability to relentlessly innovate in its products, to use the most advanced, flexible and resource-efficient processes and to focus its organizational structure as well as business operations according to the ever changing and growing needs of its customers. In all that, research and innovation are vital and play an ever increasing role. Indonesian Textile Conference was initiated and is dedicated to promote and bring progress to research and innovation in the field of textile and textile-related subjects in Indonesia.

Textile is a rich multidisciplinary area of study and in fact has attracted a great deal of attention and numerous contributions from non-textile scientists.  It is not just about clothing. It is all about material and all aspects that are inherent in the process of its production and applications. It covers a whole lot of area which includes but not limited to: advanced material and textile fibers, natural fibers and natural dyes, utilization of natural sources for textiles in general and/or functional textiles, environmental protection and ecological considerations in textile industry, life cycle analysis, clean/green production, best practices in energy efficient processes, bio-based polymer, bio-engineering, nanotechnology, textile-based composites, industrial management and engineering, traditional textiles and batik, textile preservation and conservation, and design (see Topic and Scope). Smart, functional and interactive textile is another area of interest which is quite recent and resulted from the convergence of latest developments in material science, physics and chemistry, microelectronics and informatics. Stimuli responsive materials, self-healing polymers, textile energy devices, textile sensor and antenna are only a few examples of development in this area. Recently added to this is a new emerging “fashionable technology”. It is a new concept that brings fashion to the next level by integrating technology and fashion. It looks at the future fashion as intersection of design, fashion, science, and technology beyond wearable technology. 4th industrial revolution (industry 4.0) is the name of the current trend of automation, data exchange in manufacturing including internet of things, cloud computing, cyber-physical systems, and cognitive computing.

Still another important and interesting issue in textile is sustainability, especially due to the stigma associated with the industry as the big polluter and being not environmentally-friendly. Sustainable textiles and clothing involves the choice of materials, technologies and processing methods that ensure environmental and social friendliness and safety to human health throughout the entire life-cycle phases. Thus, there is an ample room for almost everyone to contribute in this conference.
On behalf of the Organizing Committee, we cordially invite you to attend the 3rd Indonesian Textile Conference 2019. Bandung is the capital city of West Java and also the center of textile industry in Indonesia since the colonial era in early 1920’s, which is exactly the reason why our school was founded in the city. It is a large city set amid volcanoes and tea plantations with beautiful sceneries in the surrounding area and long history as well as richness of cultural attractions. A vibrant city very well known for colonial and art deco architecture, Bandung is lively and has a university-town feel and – thanks to its 768 m elevation above the sea level – relatively cool tropical weather. It is also a shopping destination and has long been know as the fashion center, hence the name of Parijs van Java. We hope we can make your stay not only productive but also enjoyable and memorable.

We kindly ask you to inform your colleagues and spread the information about the conference among your contacts.

We look forward to seeing you in Bandung in July!

Chair of the Organising Committee




    Full Paper Submission DeadlineJune 22, 2019
    Notification of acceptance deadlineJune 29, 2019
    Payment deadline7 days after notification of acceptance
    Camera ready deadlineJuly 13, 2019


    CategoryAcademics, researchers, industryStudents : undergraduates, postgraduates
    Indonesian Oral Presentation (Rp.)1.000.177500.177
    Indonesian Poster Presentation (Rp.)500.177250.177
    Indonesian Non-Presenter Participants / Indonesian co-authors (Rp.)200.177100.177
    International Oral Presentation (USD)10050
    International Poster Presentation (USD)7536.5
    International Non-Presenter Participants / International co-authors (USD)2010
    1. Students must provide proof of status (copy of valid student ID card or a letter from their institution or program director).
    2. Presenting authors can submit 1 paperAdditional papers of presenting authors will be subject to a fee of USD 50 each for international participants or Rp 100.000 for Indonesian.
    3. Co-authors who attend the conference pay the same amount of registration fee as non-presenter participants.
    4. You can register for the conference any time now, but only after paying the conference fee that you can attend and participate in the presentation and get your paper published in the proceeding.

    You can register for the conference according to the category in the above table by either one of the following

    • Go to online registration by following this link: itc.stttekstil.ac.id or click submission button
    • Fill in the form and then submit when you finish

    Bank Syariah Mandiri
    No Rekening: 712 591 0108
    Atas nama: Koperasi Sinergi Usaha Sejahtera

    Crowne Plaza Hotel Bandung
    Jl. Lembong No. 19 Bandung 40111,
    West Java – Indonesia





08.00 – 08.30


08.30 – 09.00


  • Welcoming speech 1 : Director of Politeknik STTT Bandung – Tina Martina A.T., M.Si.

  • Welcoming speech 2 : Head of Badan Pengembangan Sumber Daya Manusia Industri – Eko S.A. Cahyanto, SH, LL.M.

09.00 – 09.30


09.30 – 12.00


  • Keynote Speaker 1 : Prof. Yohei Yamamoto (University of Tsukuba)

  • Keynote Speaker 2 : Wiah Wardiningsih, S.ST, M.Tech., Ph.D. (Politeknik STTT Bandung)

  • Keynote Speaker 3 : Prof. Monica Eigenstetter (Hochschule Niederrhein)

12.00 – 13.00



13.00 – 13.30

Eddy Ho (Warp Knitting Expert, Hong Kong)
“Advanced Application of Warp Knitted Fabric And The Latest Technology of Warp Knitting”

13.30 – 14.00

Hugo Hu (Textile Dyeing Expert, Taiwan)

Textile Dyeing”

14.00 – 14.15

Irvan Fauzi Rochman 1, Ika Natalia Mauliza 2

Biodesizing Cotton Fabric using Amylase Enzyme Produced from Raw Cotton Fabric Waste Fermented by Aspergillus niger”

14.15 – 14.30


14.30 – 14.45

Lestari Wardani1, Noerati 2

Effect of Enzymatic Treatment on the Mechanical Properties of Pineapple Leaf Fibre”

14.45 – 15.00

Fauzi Ajisetia1 and Asril Senoaji Soekoco, S.S.T, M.T.2

Knit Fabric Making From Acrylic Yarn and Mono Filament of Recycled Polycarbonate”

15.00 – 15.15

Sopyan Souri1, Karlina Somantri2

The Application Of Traffic Light System on CV X”

15.15 – 15.30

Tina Martina1, Saifurohman2, Apridayani3

An Efforts to Increase The Assembling Process Outputs of Superstar Model Shoes by Reducing Cycle Time Based on Quantification of Fuzzy Failure Mode and Effect Analysis (Fuzzy FMEA)


13.00 – 13.30

Merdi Sihombing (Sustainable Fashion Designer, Indonesia)

Sustainable fashion”

13.30 – 14.00

Ateeq Ur-Rehman (National Textile University, Pakistan)

Fabric Hand Vs Sensory Comfort; A Comparative Study of Knitted Clothes

14.00 – 14.15

Aprilia Ridhawati1, Taufiq Hidayat RS2, Nurindah3

Overview of Indonesian National Cotton Varieties (Kanesia) in Supporting National Textile Industry

14.15 – 14.30


14.30 – 14.45

Gunawan1, Dimas Kusumaatmadja2, Hana Maisyah3, Andika Miftah4

Technical Study and Design of Baduy Woven Fabrics for Traditional Woven Fabric Development Efforts

14.45 – 15.00

Taufiq Hidayat RS1, Nurindah2, Dwi Adi Sunarto3

Potential of Brown Cotton Fiber Development for Sustainable Textile Materials

15.00 – 15.15

Maindo Lucy, Professor Salihu Maiwada

The Laka Traditional Symbols: Their suitability and Usage as Unifying Motifs for Textile Design Printing and Production

15.15 – 15.30

Dody Mustafa 1 and Noerati Kemal 2

A Study of Mechanical Properties and Morphology Domba Wonosobo (Dombos) Fibre”


13.00 – 13.30

Vo Thi Lan Huong (Hanoi Industrial Textile Garment University, Vietnam)
Morphological and PhysicoMechanical Properties of Cotton Fabric Finished by Regenerated Bombyx Mori Silk Fibroin

13.30 – 14.00

Yusril Yusuf (Universitas Gajah Mada, Indonesia)
Optically Responsive Textile Application Based on Uniaxially Ordered Polymer-Liquid Crystal Microfibers

14.00 – 14.15

Nuvalu Asidiq1 and Achmad Ibrahim Makki2

Study of Absorption Coefficient Analysis of Tricot Warp Knitting Fabrics as Acoustic Textile Materials

14.15 – 14.30


14.30 – 14.45

Febrianti Nurul Hidayah, S.T., B.Sc., M.Sc

The Effect of Tetraethoxysilane as Filler on UHMWPE (Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene)/HDPE Composites

14.45 – 15.00

Andri Hardiansyah1, Yuyun lrmawati2, Fredina Destyorini3, Henry Widodo4, Nanik Indayaningsih5, Deni Shidqi Khaerudini6, Rike Yudianti7

Preliminary Study of Preparation and characterizations of carbon-based materials-embedded on nanocomposites fiber for smart textile applications

15.00 – 15.15

Agung Setia Budi 1, Asril Senoaji Soekoco S.ST, M.T.2

The Making of Geotextiles from Raw Waste of Wool Merino and Plastic Using The Thermal Bonding Method”

15.15 – 15.30

Febrianti Nurul Hidayah, S.T., B.Sc., M.Sc

Interlaminar Shear Behaviour of UHMWPE (Ultrahigh Molecular Weight Polyethylene) Based Composites with Different Matrixes


13.00 – 13.30

Pipit Hayati (Testex, Indonesia)
Sustainable Textile to Protect our Future”

13.30 – 13.45

Mala Murianingrum1, Untung Setyo-Budi2, Marjani3, Nurindah4

The Potency of Indonesian Ramie to Support Textile Industry

13.45 – 14.00

Valentinus Galih Vidia Putra1, Siti Rohmah 2, Didin Wahidin 3, Roni Sahroni4, Irwan5 , Dimas Kusumaatmadja6, M. Vicki Taufik7 , Pudjiati8 , Sarah Saribanon8, Endah Purnomosari 9, Andrian Wijayono 10, Diana R.A11, Siti Wirdah12

Influenced of Yarn Structure for Predicting Quality of Yarn Based on Euclidean Coordinate (Theoretically and Experimentally)

14.00 – 14.15

Gunawan1, I.Prasetyo2, B.Yuliarto3, Abdurrahman4

Modelling of Woven Fabric as Micro Perforated Panel

14.15 – 14.30


14.30 – 14.45

Elly Koesneliawaty 1, Abdurrohman2, Andrian Wijayono3

Modeling of Stress Relaxation and Creep Behaviour of Polyester Yarn Used Fitting Data Method by Using the Maxwell Model Modification Sequence

14.45 – 15.00

Andrian Wijayono1, Taufik Munandar2, Ryan Rudy3 and Valentinus Galih Vidia Putra4

Woven Fabric Density Measurement Using Image Processing Techniques

15.00 – 15.15

Tuasikal M. Amin1 , Dalyono Mughni2

Theoretical Analysis and Investigation of the Length of Thread Straps on Plain Knit Fabrics

15.15 – 15.30

Dalyono Mughni1, Tuasikal M. Amin2

Mathematical Modeling of Penetration into the Yarn in the Lusi Agreement Process