Mohammad Neaz Morshed, the champion of Textile Talent Hunt-2013 has joined GEMTEX as Doctoral Research Fellow from 1st September, 2017. Textile Talent Hunt (TTH) is a competition platform in Bangladesh changing the mid-set of outgoing undergrad students to impart research and innovation in their core. The GEMTEX research laboratory belongs to Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Industries Textiles (ENSAIT), which is one of the leading Textile schools in Europe. Earlier, he has completed his Bachelor of Science in Textile Engineering from Southeast University, Bangladesh at 2014 and then admitted into Wuhan Textile University, China through University President Scholarship-2015. He has successfully completed his Master of Science in Textile Science and Engineering under the school of Textile Science and Engineering from where he has been awarded by “Best International Student Award-2016/2017”.
Neaz has been awarded by European Commission Erasmus Mundus joint Doctorate Fellowship about Sustainable Management and Design for Textiles (SMDTex). This joint doctorate program aims at training PhD students from Europe and other parts of the world by carrying out international research cooperation on sustainable development oriented textile management and textile design. The research activities of this project will enable to optimize the existing production organization of textile enterprises, the worldwide textile/clothing supply chain, the transaction and design of textile products, with respect to the criteria of environment, society and human factors. New organizational solutions will be proposed to the related textile/clothing companies. The consortium of this doctorate program is composed of five textile universities in Europe and Asia, including
- ENSAIT (Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Arts et Industries Textiles), France
- University of Boras, Sweden
- Technical University of Iasi, Romania
- Politecnico di Torino, Italy
- Soochow University, China
He has been recruited as Researcher in GEMTEX under fellowship agreement. GEMTEX research activities are organized around three research themes and in strong interaction between each other. Each theme is headed by one or more professors or research scientists and dedicated to applied research for Textiles. Partnerships with industrials have been strengthened with the creation of EUGENIE in 2008, a technology transfer unit and the creation of a unit to support and develop collaborative projects. The service dedicated to the industrial and commercial activities (SAIC) created in 2009 is a department in charge of the research transfer, it has participated to the construction of the budget of GEMTEX to support its development. The laboratory is actively involved in the activities of the scientific networks at international scale such as AUTEX or the Fiber Society. The GEMTEX laboratory is visible and recognized at the regional (Région Nord Pas de Calais), national and international levels.
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