Madison Maxey has pioneered work in bringing flexible, robust circuitry (e-textiles) to scale as Founder and Chief Innovation Officer at LOOMIA. Throughout the course of Maddy’s work at LOOMIA, she has done e-textile work and education for companies like North Face, Google, PVH, Flextronics, Adidas and Corning.

Maddy’s work has built the foundation for several pending patents and has lead to invited lectures at universities such as Columbia University, Parsons School of Design, NYU and the University of Illinois.

Maddy and her team at LOOMIA recently launched a new all-season women’s heated jacket. The H1 heated jacket — manufactured with sustainable fabrics and designed to fit different body shapes and sizes — is powered by patented technology called the LOOMIA Electronic Layer. We invite you to see LOOMIA’s H1 heated jacket in action here.

Maddy will also speak at the American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists’s (AATCC) 2019 International Conference on April 11 — where she will discuss the engineering and design of e-textiles. More details available here.

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