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Evridiki Papahristou

Dr. Evridiki Papahristou is a devoted fashion engineer and an assistant professor in the scientific field of clothing 3D virtual prototyping. She began her studies at the University of Kent in European Fashion/Product development but after working as a fashion designer in a design studio in Milan she continued her studies with a Master’s degree researching new technologies in apparel. With many years of professional practise/expertise in CAD systems and more than 20 years in academia, she has trained many of today’s executives in digital fashion product development trying to bridge the gap between academia and industry. Her Ph.D uniquely blended fashion and engineering, trying to explore new ways of implementing and adopting new technologies like 3D and PLM. She loves research and her current focus is in applying AI technology tools in the product development process of apparel.

If you can’t work with 3D technology, then play with it!

In the first post for 2020, resident Expert Evridiki Papahristou draws on the parallels between the Gaming and Fashion industries with regards to utilising 3D.

Could 3D Become “Money Heist” in Fashion Technology Series?

In a very topical final exclusive for 2018, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores 3D in relation to the popular Money Heist Netflix series. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert panel in implementing and adopting 3D.

AI: the Antidote to Fashion’s Fear of Change

In her first exclusive for 2018, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores Artificial Intelligence, in direct relation to our industry. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert panel in implementing and adopting 3D. When I think of […]

3D: Lost in Vis/rtualisation

In her fourth featured article with us, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores the changing fashion market, and the confusion in the 3D virtual prototype technology field. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert panel in implementing and […]

“The old-fashioned fashion educators: the oxymoron”

In her third featured article with us, resident Expert Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores the changing fashion market, what it means to students and professors, and the importance of linking the world of education with that of industry. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in […]

Fashion & Engineering in Product Development; a Science & Sensibility Affair

In her second featured article with us, Dr Evridiki Papahristou continues her discussion on 3D working in our industry – this time, in relation to the (often opposed) designer and engineer. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits […]

In Between Fashion Battles with Technology, 3D is not the Enemy

In her first featured article with us, Dr Evridiki Papahristou explores 3D working in our industry. Evridiki is a devoted fashion engineer with a research focus in the effective integration of 3D virtual prototype in the apparel industry, and sits on our Expert panel in implementing and adopting 3D.