Textile and Clothing Technology

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Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology Faculty 07

Textile innovation for over 100 years

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is the oldest faculty at the Hochschule Niederrhein in Mönchengladbach. It is one of Europe's leading academic institutions for the next generation of textile bachelor's and master's students and can look back on more than 100 years of tradition. As a result, it has textile expertise that is second to none. Through consistent further development, the established faculty has adapted to global challenges. The international orientation is reflected in the programmes of German and English taught Bachelor's and Master's degree progarmmes, as well as the offer of a German-Chinese double degree. This comprehensive range of programmes gives graduates great flexibility and thus numerous additional opportunities at home and abroad. This is also used by the approximately 20 percent of students from abroad. On this page you will find all the important topics, facts and figures about our faculty.


Alumni Network FB07

Welcome to the Alumni Network of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology at the Hochschule Niederrhein in Mönchengladbach.

Are you a graduate or a student? Are you a professor, lecturer, employee, contract lecturer or were you once? Then we would like to get or stay in contact with you.
The Alumni Network of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is the contact platform between students, staff, contract lecturers, lecturers and professors currently working at the university and graduates of the faculty.

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology founded the Alumni Network in May 2003 during a large reunion to stay in contact with its graduates. The former dean, Prof. Dr. Klotz, initiated this event with the financial support of the faculty's support association, the Textile and Fashion Network e.V. The Hochschule Niederrhein wants to hear from its graduates about the development of their careers and is very interested in a lively exchange of experiences.

Connected by the Alumni Network, the graduates maintain their careers, support the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology with their know-how and get involved personally as well as financially in projects in research and development. There are plans to set up forums for professional exchange and a mentoring program by graduates for students, as well as a job exchange. The lively alumni network already begins with the involvement of first-year students.

Preamble Alumni



Alumni: The term Alumnus - plural Alumni comes from Latin and means "pupil" or "offspring". Graduates of a university have been called alumni for many years. The close connection far beyond the duration of the studies is affectionately expressed here.

Graduation Ceremony

Graduation ceremony 2024

Dear graduates (period 13.5.23 bis 21.06.2024)
of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology will honor its graduates again this year with a ceremony.

The graduation ceremony will be held on 05.07.2024.

You will receive an invitation via email from Ms. Marquardt in the Office of the Dean beginning in mid-May.



Alumni network

Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology
Webschulstraße 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0) 2161-186-6011
Fax: +49 (0) 2161-186-6013
Mail: alumni-fb07(at)hs-niederrhein.de

The faculty council is the highest decision-making body of the faculty and is responsible for all matters concerning studies, teaching education, examinations and research. In order to carry out its tasks, the faculty council can elect, appoint or commission committees, commissions, working groups and task forces.

Schedule of Meetings

Regular meetings will be held on the following dates in SoSe 2023:

30.03.2023 / 12:15 pm
11.05.2023 / 12:15 pm
29.06.2023 / 12:15 pm



Chair: Prof. Dr. Mathias Muth
Vice Chair: Prof. Andrea Rieschel
Dean: Prof. Dr. Lutz Vossebein
Vice-dean: Prof. Dr. Ute Ständer


  • Prof. Ellen Bendt
  • Prof. Dr. Robert Groten
  • Prof. Jutta Wiedemann
  • Prof. Dr. Thomas Weide


Academic staff:

  • Ms. Antje Christophersen


Technical and administrative staff:

  • Ms. Anette Diekmann


Student representatives:

  • Ms. Sarah Deborah Fehres
  • Mr. Emmanuel Obiri Yeboah
  • Ms. Saskia Kuhlen


The term of office of the faculty council is two years, and the students' representatives on the faculty council are elected for one year at a time. The chair of the faculty council is elected by the members for one term.


If you have any questions or input, please feel free to contact the chair of the faculty council.

If you would like to contact the student representatives directly, the email link is available.

E-Mail stud. representative:in


Prof. Dr. Mathias Muth
Textile Printing Technology Chairman of the faculty council Head of TP/Textile

Laboratories - Technika

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology is proud to provide its students and project partners with a variety of excellently equipped laboratories, as well as computer rooms. This would not be possible without the close cooperation and active support of the industry. Through long-standing cooperation and partnerships with companies, practical problems from industry are discussed and analyzed in the university's own laboratories and pilot plants. The cooperation and know-how of the companies on the one hand and the profound theoretical knowledge of the university on the other hand enable a consistently application-oriented science that develops new technologies purposefully and efficiently.

The close practical relevance through an applied and practice-oriented science as well as the opportunity to conduct creative research ensure an optimal study environment and provide excellent conditions for practical apprenticeship and research. Important specialisations are applied research and the development of Textile Technologies. In this way, the theoretical knowledge acquired can be applied in a concrete and solution-oriented manner in various projects.



Detailed information about all listed laboratories of our faculty can be found in the laboratory guide. Here you can find the equipment of the laboratories, the contacts, the opening hours and room numbers.

Virtual tour of the laboratories

Research Institute for Textile and Clothing (FTB)

Organizationally, the faculty bundles its main research activities in the institute "FTB - Research Institute for Textile and Clothing".
The individual tasks of FTB are divided into the following areas:

  • publicly funded research and development projects
  • research and development projects with industry
  • the promotion of scientific work of all members of the institute and of young scientists in cooperation with the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology of the Hochschule Niederrhein


The research activities include subdivided areas such as textile structures, sensor technology, knowledge management, simulation, product development, RFID, PPE, care, hygiene, teXellence, functionalization and smart textiles. Annual research funds are available for this purpose, such as approximately €1.4 million in 2016.

On the homepage of the "FTB - Research Institute for Textile and Clothing" you will find more information about the institute, publications of the last years, as well as the current and completed research projects. Please find the contacts for technical questions or project proposals on the pages of the core research areas.



Research Institute for Textile and Clothing (FTB)
Webschulstraße 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186 6099
Fax: +49 (0)2161 186-6013

Head of Institute: Prof. Dr.-Ing. Maike Rabe


Public Textile Testing Institute - ÖP

The Public Textile Testing Institute, which is firmly integrated in the ongoing university operations, is unique in Europe. The Hochschule Niederrhein has many years of testing experience with its range of services for industry, trade and consumers, which is highly valued in the professional world. The Public Textile Testing Institute of the Hochschule Niederrhein GmbH (ÖP) is an accredited institute of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology of the Hochschule Niederrhein and, as a neutral institution, carries out material tests for the entire textile chain from fiber production to the surface.



Public Textile Testing Institute of the Hochschule Niederrhein GmbH (ÖP)
Richard-Wagner-Str. 97
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186 6063
Fax: +49 (0)2161 186 6199

Management and scientific direction: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lutz Vossebein
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186-6126
Mail: lutz.vossebein(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Public testing laboratory

Textile and Fashion Institute Mönchengladbach - TFN/TFI

Textile education and continuing training. The Textile and Fashion Institute Mönchengladbach (TFI) is a further education institute for the regional and supra-regional textile and clothing industry and offers further education measures, seminars, workshops and discussion groups on relevant topics, tailored to the special needs of employees in these and neighboring industrial sectors.

The sponsor of the Textile and Fashion Institute Mönchengladbach is the association of friends and sponsors of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology of the Hochschule Niederrhein in Mönchengladbach, the Textile and Fashion Network e.V. (TFN). The lecturers are professors / lecturers of the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology.


weaving chain

Textile and Fashion Institute Mönchengladbach (TFI)
Webschultsr. 31
D-41061 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2161 4027-903
Fax: +49 (0)2161 4027-905
Mail: tfi(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Head of Institute: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lutz Vossebein





Textile and Fashion Network e.V.
Webschulstr. 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2161 4027-903
Fax : +49 (0)2161 186-6013
Mail: tfi(at)hs-niederrhein.de

1. chairman: Markus Schmitz
2. chairman: Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Lutz Vossebein



EthNa Competence Centre CSR

The university bundles the growing importance of ethics and sustainability in corporate management in its EthNa Competence Centre CSR (Corporate Social Responsibility). This competence centre creates offers for students, graduates and companies that want to design ethically justifiable and sustainable processes.

EthNa Competence Centre CSR


EthNa Competence Centre CSR
Reinarzstr. 49
D-47805 Krefeld
Phone: +49 (0)2151 822-6683
Mail: ethna(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Head: Prof. Dr. Monika Eigenstetter
Phone: +49 (0)2151 822-6683
Mail: monika.eigenstetter(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Management: Prof. Dr. habil. Rudolf L. Voller
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186-6010
Mail: rudolf.voller(at)hs-niederrhein.de

Management: Prof. Dr. Martin Wenke
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186-6442
Mail: Martin.Wenke(at)hs-niederrhein.de


eWeb Research Centre

The core research areas of the eWeb Research Centre are empirical social research on the analysis of online-induced purchasing behavior.


eWeb Research Centre


eWeb Research Centre
Webschulstraße 31
D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2151 822-6667
Mail: eWeb Research Centre

Head: Prof. Dr. Michael Schleusener
Phone: +49 (0)2151 822-6610
Mail: Michael Schleusener

Management: Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Gerrit Heinemann
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186-6125
Mail: Gerrit Heinemann

Management: Prof. Dr. Silvia Zaharia
Phone: +49 (0)2151 822-6667
Mail: Silvia Zaharia

Websites eWeb Research Centre

Information Technology

Information technology also plays a significant role at our faculty. In addition to supervising the computer labs, we also offer active support to our students.





You have the possibility to use the newsletter as an information service for students. If you have subscribed to the mailing list, you will receive information about current events by email. This can be, for example, the cancellation of courses or a current industry lecture. A university email address is not mandatory for this.

For more information and instructions on how to join the mailing list, please see the following PDF file. The small videos are also intended to provide assistance. If you have any questions, please send them by email to Prof. Dr. Vossebein lutz.vossebein@hs-niederrhein.de.


Usage guide mailing

Software offer


ATTENTION: at the moment this service is NOT offered!


The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology participates in the Microsoft"MS Imagine" (formerly DreamSpark) program. Hereby students of the faculty can get software from Microsoft for free. However, not all products are offered, especially not the Office package.

Prerequisite for the use is the use of a university email address! If you want to participate in the program, please send an application via email from your HN account to Prof. Dr. Hardt or Mr. Dipl.Ing. Bougé. We will then report you to Microsoft and from there you will receive the access password to the download portal.

Additional information about other software packages, especially the possibilities to use MS Office 365, can be found on the respective KIS website.

Jürgen Bougé, Dipl.-Ing.
Responsible for data processing of the faculty
Software offer HIS website



The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology, together with The Hochschule Niederrhein, has acquired a campus license to provide its students with access to the world's leading trend and news portal from the world of fashion with WGSN - the global leader in creative trend analysis.

WGSN (Worth Global Style Network) is an online subscription service that provides information, analysis and inspiration for the apparel, design and retail industries.
WGSN's predictive trend analysis, real-time information updated hourly, and an archive that includes ten years of reports and images provide information and inspiration to
industries worldwide. Our global team of 200 experts design, analyze, photograph and write about style, buying, distribution,
customer insights and the fashion business. www.wgsn.com

Clients include Adidas, BBC, Burberry, Bulgari, C&A, Coca Cola, Dolce & Gabbana, Esprit, Gap, General Motors, Ford, Harrods, H&M, L'Oreal, Leo Burnett, LG
Electronics, Marks & Spencer, Puma, Sainsbury's, Samsung, Sony Ericsson, Volkswagen,Wal Mart, Zara.

Access to WGSN - World Global Style Network - is only possible from the university's network.




KIS the IT- Support of the Hochschule Niederrhein deals with all problems and questions that may arise in dealing with the IT services and systems of the Hochschule Niederrhein. This includes the following points:

  • All enrolled students and employees receive a personal identification ("university account"), which is a prerequisite for various IT services of the Hochschule Niederrhein.
  • Every student at the Hochschule Niederrhein automatically receives a personally assigned e-mail address under the domain "stud.hn.de".
  • At The Hochschule Niederrhein, you can go online wherever you want with your laptop or smartphone. Access is possible with the data of the university account.
  • Register for examinations, view examination results, change your address - all this is easily possible online.

Further detailed information on these and many other points can be found directly at the KIS.

IT-Servicecenter Mönchengladbach
41065 Mönchengladbach
Phone: +49 (0)2161 186-2222
Fax: +49 (0)2161 186-85-2222
Monday to Friday: 8:00 am - 4:00 pm
Room: N E25 (in the foyer on the right)
Mail: it-support(at)hs-niederrhein.de

The story

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology at the Hochschule Niederrhein is the largest academic educational institution for the textile and clothing industry in Europe. With a tradition of over 100 years, this educational institution has a textile competence that is second to none. The high-profile faculty has consistently developed and adapted to global markets in recent years.

A brief chronology

Fairs and symposia

Recruting, knowledge transfer, fairs/exhibitions, competitions/excursions/projects - All these are important topics in the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology. Find out about all the fairs and events in our faculty here.

Fairs and exhibitions worldwide

Many textile and apparel companies are active worldwide. Almost everywhere, people from different countries and cultures work together. Those who want to understand global markets and promote togetherness must also have a global presence. The Hochschule Niederrhein is internationally positioned and has adapted to the needs of a globalized world. At various trade fairs and symposia around the world, the faculty is available as a competent contact directly on site.

Academic meetings

The Hochschule Niederrhein regularly participates in academic conferences in Germany and abroad. They provide an innovation platform for linking research and application, as well as products and innovations. Participants network research and practice, for the development of new impulses in numerous presentations, lectures and discussions with experts and representatives of all industries in the textile and apparel sector. The following are some of them:

Competitions - Excursions - Projects - Prizes

Every year, students from the faculty present their work to an international audience of experts in numerous clothing and design competitions. It is not uncommon for them to take the top places with renowned jury members. In excursions, which are offered to the students again and again, the young talents can get in touch with the textile and clothing industry. You can get an impression of our activities in the following articles.
You can also find up-to-date information on our social media profiles:







The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology successfully completed a re-accreditation of all its Degree programmes in Spring 2017. Following assessment and approval, all certificates have been issued by the Council.


The objective of the evaluation is:

  • Quality assurance and quality development in teaching education, studies and continuing training
  • Promotion of quality-related, internal communication within the university
  • Further development of the faculties and the university through the implementation of study reform processes
  • Presentation of the university's performance and accountability to members of the university, the state and society.

The results of the internal evaluation are incorporated into the faculty's activities to improve the quality of studies and teaching education and form the basis for the development of further measures. If you have suggestions, please feel free to submit them to the Dean of the Faculty at any time.



The aspect of sustainability flows into many events in our Bachelor's and Master's degree programmes and plays a major role in teaching education. We use sustainable material or think about the timelessness of designs. Sustainability is part of the whole. Sustainability accompanies us in everything we do, design and how we want to live in the future.

The topic of sustainability also occupies us in research. The Research Institute for Textile and Clothing (FTB) at the Hochschule Niederrhein carries out complex projects to improve sustainability in the textile processing chain.

The A.U.G.E. affiliated institute as well as the EthNa Competence Centre CSR carry out research and development tasks in the field of CSR, ethics and sustainability by means of publicly funded programs, but can also be commissioned directly by companies.


On a separate page, we have compiled an excerpt of events dealing with the topic of sustainability:

For many decades, textiles have been as much a part of the Lower Rhine as mining is of the Ruhr. The only difference here is that structural change has been successful within the textile industry. The most recent example: the textile Innovatorium with its Smart Textiles.

The Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology, where the Textile INNOVATORIUM is located, has many years of experience in the field of Smart Textiles and functional coatings. On the one hand, various Smart Textiles prototypes and the technologies behind them are presented at the fair, especially for the key technology of medical technology and protective clothing systems.

On the other hand, close cooperation exists at the university between the Faculties of Textile and Clothing Technology and Electrical Engineering and Computer Science, so that individual electronic components have also been realized on and from textiles, which will be presented during the fair. These include flexible and organic light-emitting devices on textiles as well as textile batteries, solar cells and sensors.


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Nils M. Barner, Dipl.-Des.
Adobe Certified Expert & Instructor for Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator and Acrobat university teacher / lecturer compulsory optional course Indesign
Monika Barwinski, Dipl.-Ing.
Processing Technology I; Internship CAD Garment Construction
Vice-dean Textile Technology | Simulation
Marcel Beiß, M.Sc.
Prof. Dipl.-Des. Ellen Bendt
Fashion design with specialisation in knitwear and innovative product design Head of study TP/Design
Ratri Atmoko Benedictus, M.Psych.
PhD student A.U.G.E. Institute
  • Room: U 119 (Rheydter Str. 188)
  • Webschulstr. 31

  • D-41065 Mönchengladbach
Thomas Berger
Weaving technical center
Anette Berns, Dipl.-Des.
Fashion photography, experimental fashion photography
Jürgen Bougé, Dipl.-Ing.
Responsible for data processing of the faculty
Dipl.-Ing. Stefan Brandt
FTB" Institute
Prof. Dr.-Ing. Christof Breckenfelder
Computer-aided development and simulation of textile products
Rike Brendgen, B.Sc.
Textile sensor technology in the KneTex project
Prof. Dipl.-Kfm. Claus
Honorary Professor Brand and Product Management Procurement and Sourcing
Textile Technology, especially Fabric Technology Study Direction MTTT/Technical Textile
Antje Christophersen, Dipl.-Ing.
Research Assistant Virtual Lab, CAD Garment Design, 3D Product Development
Sigrid Coesfeld
Technika for making up textile products - clothing, home textiles, technical textiles
Francesca Corradi, M.A.
Department Manager
Uwe Cremers, Dipl.-Ing.
Judith Darteh, M.A.
Research Associate A.U.G.E.. MINT in Mind Competence Centre Women & Career
Annette Diekmann
Technika for the manufacture of textile products - clothing, household and home textiles, technical textiles Member of the faculty council
Prof. Dr. Monika Eigenstetter
Industrial Psychology CSR Management Head of A.U.G.E. Institute Head of EthNa Competence Centre CSR Head of study program
Prof. Dipl.-Des. Marion Ellwanger-Mohr
Design teaching, textile design and collection development with specialisation in textile printing and weaving. Director of studies DI/Textiles
Prof. Dr.-Ing.Dipl.-Ing. Michael Ernst
Textile Product Development Deputy Chairman of the Examinations Board of the English Degree programmes Head of TP/Clothing Head of TuB/Product Development
Vanessa Ernst, B.Sc.
CAD clothing design
Saraa Feiter, Dipl.-Ing.
Media didactician and research assistant in the Faculty of Textile and Clothing Technology Team "digitaLe
Dipl.-Ing. Gabi Feltgen
Processing technology, joining method, embroidery machine, cutter
Natalie Fohrer, M.Sc.
Center Textile Logistics CTL
Prof. Dr. - Ing. Katrin Freier
Product management, apparel development
Petra Glinde
Internship Textile Materials Practical Training in Textile Materials Applied Quality Management
Alexandra Glogowsky, M.Sc.
Research Assistant Textiles Innovatorium
Chemistry, Colorimetry and Analytics, Functional & Medical Textiles
Technical Textiles Head of TUB/Textile Technologies Head of Textiles INNOVATORIUM
Dorothee Güntzel, M.Sc.
Teacher for special purposes for spec. cut design
Prof. Dr. Klaus Hardt
Internet and eBusiness
    Shirley Hast
    Department Administration
    Frank Heimlich
    Weaving and Knitting Laboratory; Tape Weaving, Braiding Laboratory Member of the Senate
    Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Gerrit Heinemann
    Business Administration, in particular Management and Retailing Specialization Trade and Retail Head of eWeb Research Centre Head of the MTTT/Trade and Retail study program
    Lennart Hellweg, M.Sc.
    Textile Technology | Simulation Project AItransdisciplinary
    Heiko Hendrix
    Weaving Technical Center; Responsible for faculty data processing; Member of the Equal Opportunity Commission.
    Dipl.-Ing. Oliver Heß, M.Sc.
    InoCottonGROW, FTB
    Britta Hilgenberg, Dipl.-Biol.
    Isabel Hofmann, M.Sc.
    Enzymatic surface treatment, hygiene and medical textiles, personal protective equipment
    Prisca Holderied, Master of Science
    Research Institute Textile and Clothing Technology (Knitwear)
    Mohammad Toufiqul Hoque, M.Sc.
    Textile technology Textile finishing in the GeFuTex project
    Wiebke Hüskes, B.Sc.
    Digital Textile Design, Digital Representation Technology
    Kim Irgang, B.Sc.
    Employee in the Garment Production Technology Laboratory
    Maike Jansen, Master of Fine Arts, M.F.A.
    dobby weaving, jacquard weaving, CAD courses
    Anna-Maria Johannknecht, B.Sc.
    Project 5GARderobe
    Doris Jörißen
    Department Administration
    Dipl.-Ing. Viola Karaghiozis-Mavromatis
    CAD Construction of Garments
    Heike Kienow, Dipl.-Ing.
    Teacher for special purposes for editing design
    Dipl.-Ing. Bernd Paul Kitzel
    Nude and model drawing Multidimensional Design Color theory Visual Thinking
    Julia Klausmann, M.Sc.
    Research Institute Textile and Clothing Technology (Mesh Technology)
    Mechthild Klein
    Internship Textile Materials Practical Training in Textile Materials Supervision Laboratory Technical Textiles Applied Quality Management
    Dr. rer. nat. Kristina Klinkhammer
    Surface modification of textiles, soil repellency, adhesion promotion, plasma technologies
    Prof. Andrea Klüsener
    Clothing construction
    Dipl.-Ing. Nadine Knapstein
    Digital fashion design
    Teacher for special tasks Design teaching and textile design Liaison lecturer
    Dr. Sabrina Kolbe
    Viola Konrad
    international affairs
    Dr. rer. nat. Michael Korger
    Surface modification of textiles, digital and 3D printing technologies
    Study progress advisor FB07
    Mirja Kreuziger, M.Sc.
    Digital Textile Design Foundation Courses Digital and 3D Printing
    Maria Kriger
    Assistant Textiles INNOVATORY
    Evelyn Lempa, Dipl.-Ing., M.Sc.
    Smart Textiles, Conductive Coatings
    Gudrun Lieutenant-Bister, Dipl.-Ing.
    Internships: Foundation course chemistry; Macromolecular and colloid chemistry; Surfactants, auxiliaries, surfaces, Applied colorimetry.
    Prof. Dr. rer. nat. Boris Mahltig
    Chair of the Examinations Board for Degree Programmes Taught in English Functionalization of textiles
    Birgit Marquardt
    Secretary to the Dean
    Sabrina Mauter, B. Sc., B. Eng.
    Aslihan Memisoglu, M.Sc.
    research associate, A.U.G.E Project EnaTex
    Katalin Mengler, M.Sc.
    Braiding technology
    Regina Metzen
    Technika for making up textile products
    Iris Meyer
    Department Administration
    • Room: G E18
    • Phone: +49 2161 186-6023
    • iris.meyer(at)hs-niederrhein.de
    • Webschulstr. 31

    • D-41065 Mönchengladbach
    • Consultation:

      Mon - Thu

      08:00 - 12:15

      13:45 - 16:00



      08:00 - 12:15

      13:45 - 14:00


      during the lecture-free time the office hours can deviate

    Dr. Jens Meyer
    Projects AirVlies, F³D-Print, Textilemission
    Dipl.-Ing. (FH) Marija Meyerhoff
    Center Textile Logistics CTL
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Markus Muschkiet
    Head of Center Textile Logistics CTL Textile Logistics
    Prof. Dr. Mathias Muth
    Textile Printing Technology Chairman of the faculty council Head of TP/Textile
    Dipl.-Ing. Thomas Mutschler
    Development Textile Technology FTB - Research Institute for Textile and Clothing PhD student (Cooperation - HSNR and ENSISA France)
    Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Susanne Müller
    Business administration, especially marketing and logistics
    Lukas Naumann
    Employees technical center weaving
    Marc Neumann, M.Sc.
    Quality inspection, microscopy, Examination-planning
    Manuela Niemeyer, Dipl.-Ing.
    Initial study phase, website, block seminars, EDP
    Daniel Pattberg
    Spinning laboratory management Mechanical Technician Textile Innovatorium
    Heike Pienkoß, Dipl.-Ing. (FH) M.Sc.
    Instructor IHK, technical teacher apprenticeship of trainers
    Alexandra Plewnia, M.Sc.
    Project Octo Yarn
    Bianca Pruß, Dipl.-Ing., M.Sc.
    Internship Textile Materials; Practical Training in Textile Materials; Applied Quality Management; Quality Control Oberseminar; Group Planning Member of the Senate
    Quality management, textile examinations
    Dipl.-Ing. Wolfgang Quednau
    Development and Manufacturing of functional and protective Garments
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. habil. Maike Rabe
    Head of research institute "FTB Textile finishing and ecology
    Karin Ratovo, Dipl.-Ing
    Research assistant
    Benita Rau, M.Sc.
    Dr. Priscilla Reiners
    Teacher for special purposes for quality management, textile testing and textile materials Organization of examinations and member of the Examinations Board of the faculty
    Marie-Christine Reuters, M. Sc.
    FTB 5Garderobe, IEFG and AnReTex projects.
    Prof. Dipl.-Ing. Andrea Rieschel
    Design theory in the field of design, industrial product development
    Dipl.-Ing. Marion Rieß-Glehn
    Special model development ladies coat Special model development cleanroom clothing Special model development outdoor clothing
    Dr. rer. nat. Esther Rohleder
    Surface modification of textiles, plasma technologies, enzymes
    Kerstin Schaum, Diploma designer
    Product realization "Go Catwalk" Conceptual planning of a fashion show
    Hildegard Schiffmann-Bürschgens, Dipl.-Ing.
    Teacher for special purposes for teaching practical skills and knowledge in product development, garment construction HAKA
    Prof. Dr. rer. pol. Uwe Schlick
    Business administration, especially accounting, controlling and law
    Jörg Schrick
    Technical center for finishing Textile Printing Pilot Plant Composites laboratory
    Prof. Dr. ir. Anne Schwarz-Pfeiffer
    Functional Textiles and Clothing Deputy Chairman of the Examinations Board of the German Degree programmes Head of focus TuB/Clothing Management
    Irina Singer, M. Sc.
    Prof. Dipl.- fashion designer Karin Stark
    Design teaching including collection design Direction of studies DI/Fashion
    Christine Steinem, Dipl.-Ing.
    Surface modification of textiles, digital and 3D printing technologies
    Lisa Streitenberger, B.Sc.
    Spinning and knitting Project CannaReWool
    Vice-dean Business Administration, especially Accounting, Controlling and Law
    Stephanie Thoma, Master tailor
    Technika for making up textile products
    Dean Textile Technology, Textile Examinations and Quality Management Head of Public Testing Laboratory
    Design theory with specialisation in textiles and fashion
    Simone Wagner, Dipl.-Ing.
    Finishing Laboratory: Textile Printing Laboratory
    Dr. Katrin Waletzke
    Project Edu4SmartTex
    Textile technology, especially technology of spinning; management science, pedagogy Focus TUB/Textile Management
    Chairman of the Examinations Board for Degree Programmes Taught in German Textile technology of spinning and physics
    Ulrike Wenzel-Daugsch, Attorney at Law
    Projects for Bachelor and Master students
    Hartmut Werner
    Laboratory worker for textile printing
    Prof. Dipl.-Des. Jutta Wiedemann
    Design theory, clothing design and collection development
    Romy Winter, Dipl.-Ing., Dipl.-Wirtschaftsing., Supervisor DGScv
    Personnel and Leadership, Career Planning - Goals-Competencies-Strategies, Product Development Leather Clothing
    Petra Worms, Diplom-Volkswirtin
    Apprenticeship of trainers
    Prof. Dr.-Ing. Kerstin Zöll
    Head of Garment Production Technology Laboratory Confection technology