IT4Fashion Scientific Conference April 21st 2017

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09.30 09.30 Registration
PLENARY

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09.30 09.50 Welcome speech
Marco Bindi (Vice president for National and International Research at University of Florence)
Rinaldo Rinaldi (IT4Fashion Scientific Director, University of Florence)
09.50 10.00 ICT in the Fashion Industry
Romeo Bandinelli
Researcher (University of Florence)
10.00 10.30 Rethinking the customer journey between digital and physical spaces
Matteo Montecchi (Senior Lecturer & Course Director MSc Strategic Fashion Management at London College of Fashion, University of the Arts)
10.30 11.00 How Mobile Apps can increase productivity of PLM users, make their work more accurate and their life easier!
Antonello Mele (Tech Sales Specialist Centric Software)
Silvano Joly (Country Sales Manager Italy Centric Software)
11.00 11.30 Coffee break
Sustainability in Fashion

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NPD and Product Lifecycle in the fashion Industry

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11.30 11.50 Social sustainability practices in the textile sector: mapping the field
Francesca Carrara, Barbara Resta, Stefano Dotti, Albachiara Boffelli
(University of Bergamo, Italy)
When product development meets Luxury: a case study analysis in fashion, food and furniture companies
Elisa d’Avolio(1), Claudia Pinna(2), Romeo Bandinelli(1), Rinaldo Rinaldi(1), Sergio Terzi(2)
((1)Industrial Department, University of Florence, Italy, (2)Politecnico di Milano, Italy)
11.50 12.10 Sustainability certifications and labels for the fashion industry: selection guidelines
Donatella Corti (University of applied sciences and arts of southern Switzerland (SUPSI), Switzerland)
News approaches (insights) to NPD on the fashion segment: the power of social networks and the system see now buy now
Helen Tatiana Takamitsu , José Alcides Gobbo Junior (São Paulo State University, Department of Production Engineering, Bauru, Brazil)
12.10 12.30 How to Evaluate Sustainability? A Matrix for Product Classification
Hakan Karaosman, Alessandro Brun
(Politecnico di Milano, Italy )
Big Data analysis techniques for supporting product lifecycle management in the fashion industries
Enrico Vezzetti, Marco Alemanni, Corinna Balbo, Andrea Luigi Guerra
(Politecnico di Torino, Italy)
12.30 13.40 Lunch
Social Media and data analysis in the Fashion Industry

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Fashion Supply Chain

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13.40 14.00 Fashion #MadeinItaly: what do you mean?
Valentina Mazzoli(1), Diletta Acuti(1), Lorenzo Magherini(2), Romeo Bandinelli(2), Raffaele Donvito(1), Rinaldo Rinaldi(2), Gaetano Aiello(1)
((1) Economic Department, University of Florence, Italy, (2) Industrial Department, University of Florence, Italy)
How to implement RFId in the Fashion Supply Chain
Alicia Gonzalez Rodriguez, Rinaldo Rinaldi
(Industrial Department, University of Florence)
14.00 14.20 The High Diversity In Clothing
Şiir Ünlü Önen (Instambul Ingi University)
Mapping the value chain within a district: an application to the textile industry
Albachiara Boffelli, Rurrego Golini
(University of Bergamo, Italy)
14.20 14.40 Fast –Fashion: Fast Enough to Satisfy Adolescent Girls’ Expectations from Their Clothing
E. O. Karaoglu(1), C. Candan(1), B. Guven(2), G. Inan(2)
((1)Faculty of Textile Technologies and Design, Istanbul Technical University, İstanbul, TURKEY, (2) LC Waikiki Corporate Academy, İstanbul, TURKEY)
Resilience in the fashion industry supply chain: state of the art literature review
Sara Antomarioni, Maurizio Bevilacqua, Filippo Emanuele Ciarapica, Giulio Marcucci
(Università Politecnica delle Marche, Ancona, Italy )
14.40 15.00 A woman’s touch in fashion forecasting: combining analytics & experts’ judgement
Roberta Sirovich(1), Giuseppe Craparotta(1), Elena Marocco(2)
(University of Turin(1), Evo Pricing(2))
eBIZ 4.0 new step to digitize the fashion supply chain
Bianca Bindi(1), Virginia Fani(1), Romeo Bandinelli(1), Arianna Brutti(2), Gessica Ciaccio(2), Piero De Sabbata(2)
((1)Industrial Department, University of Florence, Italy, (2)ENEA, Bologna, Italy)
15.00 15.20 Community Based Social Media Fashion Branding: Do Fashion Brands Heritage and Prestige Affect Consumers’ Brand Loyalty
Gemma Nesi, Riccardo Rialti, Lamberto Zollo, Cristiano Ciappei
(Economic Department, University of Florence, Italy)
Dual frequency tag performances in the fashion industry
Andrea Volpi(1), Antonio Rizzi(1), Rinaldo Rinaldi(2)
((1) University of Parma, (2) Industrial Department, University of Florence)
 15.20  15.50 Coffee Break
PLENARY

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15.50 16.20 Moving towards an omnichannel strategy: operations and IT challenges
Massimiliano M. Schiraldi (Professor of Operations Management at “Tor Vergata”, University of Rome, Italy)
16.20 17.00 Multimethod simulation modelling with AnyLogic
Roberto Grugni (Senior Simulation Expert at Fair Dynamics Consulting)
17.00 17.10 Closing Speech

Rinaldo Rinaldi (University of Florence)